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ERIC Number: ED043540
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 46
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Reference Count: 0
Teaching About Afirca.
Collins, H. Thomas; And Others
This is a resource and teacher guide to African studies intended for elementary and secondary levels. "Teaching About Africa," the first section, consists of Teachers Aids and Resource Material Memos which provide supplementary and evaluative information on the items listed. The Teacher Aids are: 1) Studying Africa, Questions to be Considered; 2) African Studies Association-Committee on Teaching About Africa (Register of Specialists); 3) Films on Africa (Sources); and, 4) Teaching About African Climate. The Resource Material Memos include: 1) History Books and African Studies; 2) The Periodical Tarikh: Possible Uses in American Schools; 3) A Summary Note on the Possible Uses of African Literature in American Schools; 4) African Periodicals and Magazines for Use in American Secondary Schools; 5) African Newspapers; 6) Teaching About Africa in American Schools: African Reference Books; 7) African Literature for Use in American Elementary Schools K-6; 8) Teacher Reference Materials for African Slave Trades; 9) Southern Africa. A second section, "African Society and Culture," comprises the results of a workshop on methods and materials for teachers, and includes such subject areas as history, art and geography. Sources, prices, and suggested use are provided for films, records, periodicals, wall charts, etc. (JLB)
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Authoring Institution: African-American Inst., New York, NY.