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ERIC Number: ED051010
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 154
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A Curriculum Guide in Elementary Social Studies: Man in the Family. Grade One.
Howard County Board of Education, Clarksville, MD.
This social studies curriculum guide, part of a K-12 sequential program designed around the concept of Man, is for teachers of grade one. Man in the Family is the theme at this level of instruction and the course centers on family living and the family as a basic social unit, in comparison with, and contrast to the way families in other regions of the world live. Specific objectives for grade one are outlined in the guide and three main units of study are presented: 1) The Role Individuals Assume Within the Family; 2) Interdependence of Family Members; and, 3) Cooperation of Family Members. Cultures of Mexico and Africa are those selected for comparative study, as well as optional study of American Indian culture. Each of the three major units is introduced by an explanation of concepts to be developed, a list of objectives, and an outline of curriculum content. Teaching strategies for each concept are suggested, such as discussion questions, student activities, interdisciplinary projects, and games. References to instructional materials are given for specific basic textbooks, supplementary textbooks, related teaching guides, library books, films, filmstrips. Additional teaching techniques are presented in the section "Variants in Strategies and Content." Evaluation questions and activities accompany each concept to be taught. Related documents are: SO 001 186 through SO 001 189. (Author/JSB)
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Authoring Institution: Howard County Board of Education, Clarksville, MD.
Identifiers: Africa; Mexico