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ERIC Number: ED077158
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Apr-1
Pages: 15
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Performance Objectives for Educable Mentally Handicapped (K-12).
Cooperative Educational Services, Phoenix, AZ.
Performance objectives related to occupational, social, communication, and daily living skills are specified for educable mentally handicapped students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. Each skill area is broken down into four to seven component parts, such as job readiness, home and family, social studies, and health habits. In turn, each component part contains four to eight activities such as the following: the acquisition of good work habits, the identification and location of employment facilities, and the solution of problems pertinent to employment; a knowledge of relationships, one's own and others' roles, and the living scheme in the family; implementation of social studies concepts in decision making in human affairs, development of commitment to values in a free society, and knowledge of city and state geography; and the ability to wash regularly without assistance, to choose appropriate foods, to exercise regularly, and to cope with emotional feelings. (MC)
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Authoring Institution: Cooperative Educational Services, Phoenix, AZ.