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ERIC Number: ED063162
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 58
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Mounds View Environmental Education Project, Report #1.
Budde, Duane
Prepared for the 1971 National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) Annual Meeting, this collection of ideas, activities, and unit plans from the Mounds View Environmental Education Project would be useful for junior and senior high school teachers and curriculum planners. Content includes: (1) a senior high course outline and daily lesson plans for "Environmental Problems and the Future of Man," dealing with population explosion, food supply, natural resources, water and air pollution, and pesticides; (2) units for junior high environmental studies--soil conservation, animal poetry, pollution solution/communication, you as an environmentalist, and air pollution; (3) environmental activities particularly successful in the classroom; (4) a description of high school science courses relevant to the natural environment; (5) a junior high model for curriculum implementation; (6) suggestions on how the environmental education curriculum can be integrated with the social studies curriculum in the junior high school; (7) ideas for an interdisciplinary approach to the environmental education curriculum in grades 10-12; (8) various evaluation forms for faculty reaction, district assessment, and feedback; and (9) suggested proposals for environmental study sites. An interdisciplinary approach, primarily stressing science, social studies, and language arts is evident throughout the work. (BL)
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Note: Prepared for the National Science Teachers Association Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1971