ERIC Number: ED052100
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Reference Count: 0
Intercultural Education Series. The Americas and Self-Identification.
Jones, Earl, Ed.; Dean, Frances, Ed.
This is the final monograph in the Programa de Educacion Interamericana resource series on Latin America: SO 001 424 through SO 001 428. Two main sections are contained here: 1) philosophical and methodological approaches to the problems of teaching the social studies, and 2) ammunition in knowing the Americas so they can be taught better. The chapters are: 1) Self-Identification and World View; 2) The Self and Others; 3) Effecting Attitude Changes through Educational Technology: Fact or Fancy; 4) Using Literature in the Teaching of Social Studies; 5) Sample Strategies for Creative Instruction in Social Studies; 6) The French Contribution to the Texas Heritage; 7) Latin America: One and/or Many, a Philosophical Exploration; 8) Non-Estate Small-Scale Farming in the Caribbean and Guyana; 9) French Influence in the Literary and Artistic World of the Western Hemisphere; 10) A Portrait of Mexico; 11) Spain: Its People, Language, and Culture; 12) Songs, Instruments, and Dances of the Americas. Bibliographies of suggested readings accompany each chapter. (Author/VLW)
Descriptors: Area Studies, Cross Cultural Studies, Cultural Awareness, Elementary Education, Humanities, Instructional Design, Intercultural Programs, International Education, Latin American Culture, Resource Materials, Secondary Education, Self Concept, Social Studies, Spanish Americans, Spanish Culture, Teaching Methods
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Bryan Independent School District, TX.; Texas A and M Univ., College Station.
Identifiers: Latin America; Texas