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ERIC Number: ED012117
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
Pages: 1
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TRAINABLE CHILDREN, CURRICULUM AND PROCEDURES.
MOLLOY, JULIA S.
THIS PROGRAM INCORPORATES THE TRAINING NEEDS OF THE SEVERELY RETARDED CHILD IN A LOGICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL SEQUENCE TO PROVIDE THE CHILD WITH THE OPPORTUNITY TO GROW PHYSICALLY, EMOTIONALLY, INTELLECTUALLY, AND SPIRITUALLY IN ORDER THAT ADEQUATE SELF-CARE, SOCIAL ADJUSTMENT, GOOD PLANNING OF LEISURE TIME, AND SATISFYING USEFULNESS MAY BE REALIZED FOR LIVING COMFORTABLY AT HOME OR IN AN INSTITUTION. THE CHARACTERISTICS, IDENTIFICATION, AND PLACEMENT OF TRAINABLE CHILDREN AS WELL AS THE PHILOSOPHY, PURPOSE, AND OPERATION OF THE SPECIAL CLASS FOR TRAINABLES ARE DISCUSSED. BACKGROUND INFORMATION, TEACHING TECHNIQUES, SEQUENCE OF ACTIVITIES, AND MATERIALS ARE PRESENTED FOR TEACHING ARTS AND CRAFTS, HANDWRITING AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT, MUSIC, NUMBERS, PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND PLAY, AND READING. PROGRAMS FOR PRESCHOOL, KINDERGARTEN, PRIMARY, JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE, AND SENIOR INTERMEDIATE STUDENTS OUTLINE OBJECTIVES, MANAGEMENT, AND MATERIALS FOR PHYSICAL, SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, AND INTELLECTUAL GROWTH. A PROGRAM FOR YOUNG ADULTS IS OUTLINED. LESSON PLANS WITH SAMPLE FORMS ARE PRESENTED. A DETAILED CHART FOR RECORDING PROGRESS LISTS PHYSICAL, EMOTIONAL, SOCIAL, INTELLECTUAL, AND SPIRITUAL LEVELS OF DEVELOPMENT. SAMPLES OF 10 REPORT FORMS ARE INCLUDED. ANNOTATIONS ARE INCLUDED ALONG WITH A 23-ITEM BIBLIOGRAPHY. THIS DOCUMENT WAS PUBLISHED BY THE JOHN DAY CO., 62 WEST 45TH STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10036, 122 PAGES, $3.50. (JZ)
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Identifiers: Illinois (Skokie); Orchard School for Retarded Children IL