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ERIC Number: ED069621
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Mar
Pages: 104
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Reference Count: 0
Planning for Change.
Hatch (C. Richard) Associates, New York, NY.
GRADE OR AGES: Grades 4 and 5. SUBJECT MATTER: Urban politics and neighborhood planning. ORGANIZATION AND PHYSICAL APPEARANCE. This workbook is designed to enable the New York public school student to gather and structure information on the history, condition, and function of their neighborhoods. Following an introduction the material describes reasons for migration into the city, characteristics and expression of the neighborhood, and practical and Utopian alternatives. The fifth grade sequence develops the history of the area and its people, the ways it is being changed, the political interests at work and the planning objectives for the neighborhood. Worksheets and student reading materials are included. The workbook is lithographed with a metal binder and soft cover. OBJECTIVES AND ACTIVITIES: Objectives and activities are presented in the accompanying teachers' manual (SP 007 391). INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS: Descriptive reference materials, scripts for major slide presentations, games, films, bibliographies, and tapes are listed under Materials in the teachers' manual. STUDENT ASSESSMENT: No provision is made for evaluation. (Related document is SP 007 391.) (MJM)
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Sponsor: Center for Urban Education, New York, NY.
Authoring Institution: Hatch (C. Richard) Associates, New York, NY.