ERIC Number: ED021985
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
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Teaching-Learning Units in Food and Nutrition.
Knorr, Amy Jean
Units for teacher use in foods and nutrition classes were developed by elementary and secondary teachers, teacher educators, and state supervisors, tested by classroom teachers, refined, and edited. The units, each printed on different colored paper, are (1) Food and Nutrition-Beginning Levels, (2) Science and Food-Intermediate Level, (3) Food for Families-Advanced Level. Each unit contains (1) a general approach and suggested time distribution, (2) an index consisting of a topical outline, and list of materials such as references, filmstrips, and transparencies. (3) the unit proper, and (4) an appendix. The unit proper contains objectives classified according to Bloom's taxonomy, conceptual statements, and illustrative series of learning and evaluative experiences correlated in four parallel columns. The amount of time to be spent on the different segments and the grade level of the content of each unit will vary according to the cultural backgrounds, the learning abilities, the learning needs of students, and the total scope and sequence of home economics within the local school. Also included are (1) a bibliography of books, periodicals, bulletins and pamphlets, charts, films, filmstrips, and slides, and (2) the rationale for the teaching-learning models. (FP)
Descriptors: Behavioral Objectives, Conceptual Schemes, Cultural Differences, Curriculum Guides, Elementary Schools, Food, Health Needs, High Schools, Home Economics, Learning Experience, Nutrition, Reference Materials, Scientific Principles, Social Influences, Student Evaluation, Teaching Guides
Arizona Association, Future Homemakers of America, 412 State Bldg., Phoenix, Ariz. 85007 ($4.24).
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Authoring Institution: Arizona Association of Future Homemakers of America, Phoenix.; Arizona State Dept. of Vocational Education, Phoenix.