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ERIC Number: ED028266
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 254
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Guides in Construction and Manufacturing for Elementary School Industrial Arts. K-2; 3-4; 5-6.
Ohio State Univ., Columbus.
This series of three guides was developed by 25 participants in the institute. One hundred and eight industrial arts lesson plans for grades K-6 are included in these guides for construction and for manufacturing intended to reflect the contemporary industrial and technological society in which young children live. Some typical construction lessons are: (1) Man and Technology, (2) Selecting a Site, (3) Listing Materials, (4) Clearing the Site and Getting Ready to Build, (5) Erecting Steel Frames, (6) Mediation, Arbitration, and Striking, and (7) Maintaining Property. Some typical manufacturing lessons are (1) Manufacturing and the Economic System, (2) Identifying Consumer Demand, (3) Designing Power Elements, (4) Operating Quality Control Systems, (5) Establishing Accident Prevention Programs, (6) Hot and Cold Working Processes, and (7) Servicing Manufactured Products. Each lesson includes objectives, activities, teaching procedure, relationships to other subjects, materials required, and a bibliography. (EM)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus.
Identifiers: National Defense Education Act Title XI Institute
Note: Materials developed at NDEA Inst. for Advanced Study in Elementary Industrial Arts (Columbus, Summer 1968)