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ERIC Number: ED099474
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 147
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Industrial Arts--Metals Technology: A Curriculum Guide for Intermediate and Secondary Level Programs.
Missouri Council for Industrial Arts Education.; Missouri State Dept. of Education, Jefferson City.
The curriculum outline is designed to aid the instructor in developing a more complete course of study, for intermediate and secondary school students, to give the student an understanding of some of the tools, materials, processes, products, occupational opportunities, requirements, and working conditions associated with the metal and metal working industry. The guide is introduced by a discussion of objectives fundamental to a sound program of industrial arts education, followed by an outline and objectives for the content area of the course. The content is presented with reference to four levels of instruction. The guide is divided into nine parts, each containing an outline, course content divided into units of instruction, suggested instructional levels, student and teaching activities, and lists of resource materials. The nine parts are: activities common to metalwork, art metalwork, bench metalwork, metalwork forging practices, metalwork foundry practices, heat treatment of metals, machining metals, and sheet metal practices. There are three appendixes. Appendix 1 lists free and inexpensive learning materials, magazines and newspapers, professional publications, and audiovisual sources. Appendix 2 provides a publishers' address list. Appendix 3 gives a metal equipment list, tool list, and textbook and reference book bibliography. (NH)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Authoring Institution: Missouri Council for Industrial Arts Education.; Missouri State Dept. of Education, Jefferson City.
Identifiers - Location: Missouri