ERIC Number: ED158906
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Inglemoor High School Curriculum Guide for Outdoor Recreation & Outdoor Education.
Descriptions of 12-week courses in hunting and fishing and in outdoor activities for male and female students at Inglemoor High School in Bothell, Washington, are presented in this curriculum guide for outdoor education and recreation. Offering both classroom and field experience, each of the two courses meets 55 minutes daily; recommended class size is 28. The guide is organized by course units, with each unit listing its specific goals, objectives, activities, materials, and time needed for the unit. Main objectives of the hunting and fishing course are to develop skills and educate students in safety procedures, conservation practices, and ecological relationships. Unit headings include: relationship of hunting to ecology, conservation, and man; hunter, boating, firearm, and fishing safety; marksmanship; hunting methods, equipment; hunting and fishing regulations; preparation, care, and use of game meats, fish; governmental agencies, sportsmen clubs; archery; methods, types of game fishing; making rods, lures, fly tying; map and compass; survival education/emergency preparedness. The outdoor activities course has units on outdoor experience and man, backpacking, map and compass, survival education/emergency preparedness, sailing, recreational shooting, and archery. The guide also provides a resource directory and bibliography. (RS)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Northshore School District 417, Bothell, WA.
Identifiers: Fishers; Hunting; Survival Skills