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ERIC Number: ED011214
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1961
Pages: 56
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Reference Count: 0
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SUCCESSFUL TEACHER PRACTICES IN THE TEACHING OF INDIAN YOUNGSTERS.
BERNARDONI, LOUIS C.; AND OTHERS
THE ARIZONA COORDINATING COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH IN INDIAN EDUCATION REQUESTED THAT TEACHERS SUMMARIZE PARTICULAR TECHNIQUES, AIDS, AND UNITS EFFECTIVE WITH INDIAN CHILDREN. THIS DOCUMENT IS A COMPILATION OF THOSE SUMMARIES. TECHNIQUES PRESENTED INCLUDE DEVELOPING PRIMARY GRADE CREATIVE WRITING, CREATING READING ATMOSPHERE AND MOTIVATION, TEACHING VOWEL SOUNDS THROUGH MUSIC, STORY TELLING AND DRAMATIZATION, LEARNING TO SPEAK ENGLISH, LEARNING POETRY, USING THE LIBRARY IN SUPPLEMENTAL READING, AND PHONICS. OTHER TECHNIQUES OFFERED INCLUDE THOSE FOR DEVELOPING MOTIVATION FOR WORD PROBLEMS, BUILDING SIGHT RECOGNITION OF NUMBERS AND COLORS, DEVELOPING SCIENCE VOCABULARY, TEACHING NONENGLISH-SPEAKING CHILDREN, CORRELATING ART IN THE CURRICULUM, DEVELOPING IN ARTS AND CRAFTS, AND TEACHING GEOGRAPHY. HELPFUL IDEAS ARE PRESENTED FOR FIRST-GRADE NAVAHOS, INCLUDING AIDS FOR ENRICHMENT, AIDS FOR ARITHMETIC, SAND PAINTING, FIELD TRIPS, AND A NUMBER OF GENERAL TEACHER AIDS. SPECIAL UNITS ON SANITATION, BABY ANIMALS, LANGUAGE THROUGH GEOGRAPHY, CATTLE, AND TOTAL SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT TO THE FIRST GRADES, PLUS A BEGINNER'S DAY PROGRAM AND AN INTER- INTRA-MURAL PROGRAM ARE ALSO INCLUDED. (RB)
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Authoring Institution: Arizona State Dept. of Public Instruction, Phoenix.
Identifiers: Arizona (Phoenix); White Mountain Apache (Tribe)