ERIC Number: ED243726
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1982-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Wanchese Harbor--Community Development. Project CAPE Teaching Module SOC.
Gray, R. Wayne; Martin, William T.
North Carolina and Dare County, with assistance from the federal government, are developing a seafood industrial park at Wanchese, a small residential community. The purposes of this park are to develop a major commercial seafood handling, processing, and distribution port in North Carolina; and to provide a home port with support facilities for a commercial fishing fleet. Whenever a large industry moves into a small community, a disruptive process occurs, with both adverse and beneficial tradeoffs. Issues and topics related to the development of the park form the focus of the nine interdisciplinary lessons in this unit. Each lesson includes key concepts, competency goals, objectives, materials needed, background information, teacher preparation, questions for students, and activities for use in language arts, social studies, art, and science classes. Topic areas explored in the lessons include: (1) location and general description of the park; (2) planning transportation; (3) environmental impacts; (4) air and water pollution; (5) retail and wholesale marketing; (6) seafood industry; (7) marine careers; (8) planning for recreational demands; and (9) community planning and the environment. Text for a filmstrip presentation and packet of materials to be duplicated for student use are included. (JN)
Descriptors: Community Development, Conservation (Environment), Food, Grade 7, Industry, Interdisciplinary Approach, Junior High Schools, Learning Activities, Marine Education, Pollution, Recreation, Resource Units, Transportation, Water Resources
Project CAPE/Dare County Board of Education, P.O. Box 640, Manteo, NC 27954 ($3.00).
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Dare County Board of Education, Manteo, NC.
Identifiers: Endangered Species; Environmental Impact Reports; North Carolina
Note: For related documents, see ED 211 358, ED 211 365, ED 211 389, ED 216 906, and SE 044 496-501. Supplementary materials have been added to the end of the document. Filmstrip mentioned in document is not included; see availability field for obtaining.