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ERIC Number: ED081144
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 14
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Reference Count: 0
Teaching Objectives for the Emotionally Handicapped (Teachers of Children with Behavior Disorders).
King, Susan; Frignac, Doris
Presented for special education teachers are performance objectives to be used in individualizing instruction programs for emotionally disturbed students who will return to the regular classroom. Listed for the student's emotional, behavioral, and social adjustment are objectives for establishing positive interaction with family members, peers, teachers, and other adults; and for attaining social maturity, and social initiative. Given for the student's development of appropriate communicative, environmental, and academic skills in the school setting are objectives in the following areas: language and reading, science, social studies, mathematics, health, safety, and community resources. Included for the student's return to his school environment are objectives for the student's part-time participation with peers in special subjects (band or field trips), academic subject areas, and on the school bus shuttle; and for the full-time phasing of the student into his regular neighborhood school. (MC)
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Sponsor: Arizona State Dept. of Education, Phoenix.
Authoring Institution: Creighton School District 14, Phoenix, AZ.