ERIC Number: ED245962
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Jul
Reference Count: 0
Sociology. Grades 11 & 12. Revised.
Hamilton Township Schools, NJ.
This curriculum guide presents both general information on K-12 social studies curriculum development and information specific to designing an 11th and 12th grade sociology curriculum. A foreword and preface describe Hamilton Township's (New Jersey) K-12 social studies program sequence, curriculum and instruction design criteria, and support services and resources. The first part of the guide includes information on equal educational opportunity policies; general outcomes and process goals; guidelines for selecting areas of study, scope and sequence, and learner/teacher materials; level outcomes and module content; the philosophy behind an interdisciplinary life skills social studies curriculum; a board of education philosophy of education; specific K-12 program goals; interrelated themes and goals; standard grading policy; high school measures code; secondary grading and reporting policies; and a social studies K-12 skills array. The second part of the guide focuses on an 11th and 12th grade sociology curriculum, giving a course description, information on scope and sequence, and information on objectives, strategies, resources, and evaluation in chart format. Unit topics include: an analysis of sociology methods, the meaning and nature of culture, marriage and the family, crime and deviance, education, and religion. The document concludes with a brief bibliography, glossary, and appendices on K-12 program design, social studies careers, and career education. (LH)
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Hamilton Township Schools, NJ.
Identifiers: New Jersey