ERIC Number: ED083105
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968
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Racial Conflict in the United States: What Should Be Done? Grade Twelve. [Resource Unit V.] Project Social Studies.
Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Project Social Studies Curriculum Center.
This is the fifth of seven resource units for a twelfth grade course on value conflicts and policy decisions. The topic for this unit is racial conflict in the United States. The introduction explains how this unit coincides with other units of the K-12 series which have treated intergroup relations. The objectives are listed as to generalizations, skills, and values. The double-page format relates objectives to pertinent content, teaching procedures, and instructional materials. This unit deals with the value conflicts involved in current racial conflict in the United States. Theories about causes of prejudice and discrimination are examined as an aid in helping pupils decide what courses of action should be followed. The civil rights movement is analyzed in detail. A teacher's guide for this course is SO 006 331; other units are SO 006 332, and SO 006 334-338. (Author/KSM)
Descriptors: American History, Civil Rights, Course Content, Curriculum Guides, Educational Objectives, Grade 12, Human Relations, Instructional Materials, Intergroup Education, Intergroup Relations, Racial Attitudes, Racial Discrimination, Racial Relations, Resource Units, Social Studies, Teaching Methods, Units of Study, Values
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Minnesota Univ., Minneapolis. Project Social Studies Curriculum Center.