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ERIC Number: ED064068
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 64
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Models for Teaching Science in Elementary Education.
Pless, Herbert
The publication contains descriptive outlines or graphic designs representing how different aspects of science could be taught. All representative "models" follow the same format: general purpose, behavioral objectives, background information, materials, the lesson plan, evaluation, suggested activities, references and resources. The six "models" are: A Self-Motivating Evaluative Technique in Science for the Primary Grades; An Introductory Unit on Living Things for the Primary Grades; A Discovery Approach in Teaching Aerodynamics to the Intermediate Grades; The Game as a Technique for Introducing Science Systems to the Intermediate Grades; An Open-ended Approach for Teaching the Meaning of Science to the Intermediate Grades; and An Integrated Science Lesson for the Intermediate Grades. (CP)
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Authoring Institution: Philadelphia Suburban School Study Council, PA.
Identifiers - Location: Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)