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ERIC Number: ED020105
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1965
Pages: 1
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SCIENCE FOR GEORGIA SCHOOLS, VOLUME II, INTERMEDIATE MANUAL.
NIX, JACK P.
SUGGESTIONS FOR THE TEACHING OF SCIENCE IN GRADES 4-6 ARE INCLUDED IN THIS GUIDE FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS. INTRODUCTORY SECTIONS ARE DEVOTED TO (1) BASIC CONCEPTS AND UNDERSTANDINGS, (2) AN EXPLANATION OF THE STEPS INVOLVED IN PROBLEM-SOLVING, (3) A FORMAT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING UNITS, (4) THE APPLICATION OF PROBLEM-SOLVING TECHNIQUES TO SCIENCE TEACHING, AND (5) A SCOPE AND SEQUENCE CHART FOR SCIENCE CURRICULUM IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS. MAJOR UNITS OF STUDY INCLUDE--(1) WATER, (2) NUTRITION, (3) HEAT, (4) ROCKS, SOILS, AND MINERALS, AND (5) MACHINES. EACH UNIT IS COMPRISED OF--(1) SUGGESTIONS FOR INITIATING PROBLEMS, (2) ACTIVITIES FOR GATHERING INFORMATION, (3) GUIDES TO BE USED IN THE FORMULATION OF CONCLUSIONS, AND (4) LISTS OF IMPORTANT CONCEPTS, UNDERSTANDINGS, AND VOCABULARY WORDS. AN EXTENSIVE SERIES OF SUPPLEMENTARY ACTIVITIES AND A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TEACHER REFERENCE MATERIALS ARE INCLUDED. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE GEORGIA STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, OFFICE OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30334. (AG)
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Authoring Institution: Georgia State Dept. of Education, Atlanta.
Identifiers: GEORGIA