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ERIC Number: ED063286
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 123
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Eighth Grade Social Studies. An Experimental Program in Geography and Anthropology.
Hanson, James; And Others
GRADES OR AGES: Grade 8. SUBJECT MATTER: Geography and Anthropology. ORGANIZATION AND PHYSICAL APPEARANCE: The introductory material includes descriptions of geography and anthropology as disciplines, the basic course objectives, techniques for evaluating objectives and a student self-evaluation form. The guide covers six units: 1) "What Kind of Questions Do Geographers Ask?" 2) "The Growth of Cities"; 3) "In What Ways Does Man's Physical Environment Affect His Settlement Patterns?" 4) "Introduction to Anthropology"; 5) "The Geography of Culture Change"; and 6) "Thematic Unit--Hunger." The guide is lithographed and spiral bound with a soft cover. OBJECTIVES AND ACTIVITIES: General objectives are included in the introductory material, and detailed objectives and activities are included for each unit. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Reading references are given in each unit, together with worksheets, maps, transparency masters, and bibliographies. The appendix includes additional maps, worksheets, discussion material, and a resource bibliography. STUDENT ASSESSMENT: Suggestions for student assessment are given in the section on evaluating objectives. (MBM)
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Authoring Institution: Bloomington Public Schools, MN.