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Ethnic Groups in Our World Today. Grade 2.
Feeley, Dorothy M.
The overall objectives and teaching techniques for the supplementary primary grade social studies units are described in SO 001 457. The specific objectives of this unit for grade two are: 1) to discover differences and similarities found in people through understanding of their basic needs, desires, and problems; 2) to become aware of the differences and similarities found in the community; 3) to understand the cause and need of change within a community; 4) to recognize the fact that many people from minority groups have contributed much toward education, music, science, and modern day politics; 5) to become aware of and understand the customs, life styles (food, clothing, shelter), and background of the Blacks, American Chinese, American Indians, Puerto Ricans, Eskimos; and, 6) to recognize the advantages of the various types of communication available today. Student evaluation tips, and a nine-page list of books for both students and teachers, and films, filmstrips, and recordings is included. SO 001 459 is the unit for grade three. (Author/SBE)
Descriptors: American Indian Culture, Bibliographies, Black Studies, Chinese Americans, Citizenship, Community Study, Cultural Awareness, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Elementary Education, Eskimos, Ethnic Studies, Grade 2, Human Relations, Intergroup Education, Multimedia Instruction, Puerto Rican Culture, Social Studies, Units of Study
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Authoring Institution: Stoneham Public Schools, MA.
Identifiers - Location: Massachusetts