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ERIC Number: ED086522
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 16
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Human Ecology, Science (Experimental): 5365.60.
Climer, Robert R.
This course involves the scientific study of the close relationship between evolving human behavior and changing environmental conditions. No state-adopted text is recommended for the course, but the use of several paperbacks, as well as Scientific American Reprint Series, is highly recommended. Supplementary texts are suggested. Eight performance objectives are listed. The course outline includes five major concepts: (1) Human Behavior in Response to the Environmemt; (2) Comparison of Behaviors in Lower Animals and Man; (3) Cultural Developments and Their Effects on the Behavior of Man; (4) Behavioral Conflicts of Man in Modern Society; and (5) Projecting Future Society and the Future Behavior of Man. Demonstrations by resource people are suggested. Student-performed activities suggested include reports, projects, films, and film strips. An extensive list of discussion questions is presented, as is a master sheet coordinating the entire curriculum. (Author/EB)
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Authoring Institution: Dade County Public Schools, Miami, FL.