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ERIC Number: ED119945
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 135
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Environmental Education Activities Manual, Book 2: Lower Elementary Activities.
Stapp, William B., Ed.; Cox, Dorothy A., Ed.
This activities book for lower elementary grades is the second book of a series of six books designed to provide developmental K-12 experiences designed to support the basic environmental philosophy of spaceship earth. The aims of the four activity sections of this book are to aid in developing students to make them more sensitive to their environment, able to recognize problems, reach a sophistication in using problem solving skills, and inclined to participate in action activities. The Concept Development Activities Section was developed to assist teachers in assisting students to further their understanding of major concepts basic to the development of an environmentally literate citizenry. These concepts are: ecosystem, population, economics and technology, environmental decisions, and environmental ethics. The Skill Developing Activities Section identifies eight skills as being essential to the environment problem solving process. For each of the eight skills, skill developing activities have been designed. The Values Clarification Activities Section contains sample strategies that teachers have found helpful in assisting students to clarify their values regarding environmental issues. The Environmental Encounters Activities Section contains a series of school-community environmental problem solving activities. (BT)
Dorothy A. Cox, 30808 Lamar, Farmington Hills, Michigan 48024 (not for sale separately; sold only as a complete set containing Books 1-6, $10.00, plus postage)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Note: For related Books 1-6 in this series, see SE 019 503-508; Best Copy Available