ERIC Number: ED073930
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jan
Reference Count: 0
Environmental Curriculum Materials, Level III (5,6).
Delaware State Dept. of Public Instruction, Dover. Div. of Elementary Education.
More than 50 outdoor activities and 60 follow-up activities for children in grades five and six are collected in this teacher's guide. They focus on the interdependence of life; the relationship of man, animals, and plants to each other and to the environment. Most are designed as field trips, utilizing a discovery and questioning approach to learning. Based on pilot activities conducted at the Southeastern Pennsylvania Outdoor Education Center, they were subsequently revised and adapted by the New Castle-Gunning Bedford Environmental Laboratory, an ESEA Title III project. A master key divides the major activities into categories: (1) seasonal activities, (2) flora, (3) fauna, (4) habitat studies, (5) weather, geology, soils, hydrography, and (6) awareness, man and nature. For each activity also checked are appropriate grade level(s), season(s) in which to conduct it, and coordinated follow-up activity(ies). A similar key is provided for follow-up activities indicating the major activity which it is associated with in place of the coordinated follow-up activity. Each lesson outlines objectives, procedures and/or activities on the trip, and pertinent questions. Diagrams and charts supplement some of the information. (BL)
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Authoring Institution: Delaware State Dept. of Public Instruction, Dover. Div. of Elementary Education.