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ERIC Number: ED131224
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975
Pages: 276
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Health Career Education Program. Instructional Television.
Laredo Independent School District, TX.
This curriculum guide for teachers and its accompanying bilingual (English-Spanish) videotaped series for students are part of a program for improving health education for the Laredo (Texas) district elementary school children, grades K-5. Recommended for children for whom English is a second language, the guide and videotaped series infuse career elements within each of eight basic areas of health, and are intended as a weekly television series. Each basic area listed as a unit contains from one to three lessons. Videotape cassettes accompany each lesson. Units and respective unit lesson titles (12) are (Unit I) Community Health--"Peppy Pets' Frolic Time"; (Unit II) Environmental Health and Safety--"Play It Safe at Home and in the Neighborhood", "Every Litter Bit Hurts; Every Little Bit Helps", and "Safe Way"; (Unit III) Prevention of Communicable Diseases--"At Home, at School, at Play"; (Unit IV) Chronic and Degenerative Diseases--"Aunti Cavity vs. the Tooth Decay Diablos"; (Unit V) Consumer Health--"Facing the Unexpected" and "Get Well-Stay Well"; (Unit VI) Growth and Development--"Growing"; (Unit VII) Family Living--"A Family Is for Sharing"; and (Unit VIII) Nutrition--"The Basic Four" and "Get on the Super Snack Train." Each lesson includes behavioral objectives, summary, viewer preparation, bilingual vocabulary, suggested activities, and evaluation. The seven appendixes include a teacher health education guide, career education activities, pre/post series tests information, and a unit lesson evaluation form. (SH)
Instructional Media Services/Instructional Television, Laredo Independent School District, 1715 Houston Street, Laredo, Texas 78040 (Guide $2.50, Video cassette $5.00 per title plus postage)
Publication Type: Guides - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: N/A
Sponsor: Health Resources Administration (DHEW/PHS), Bethesda, MD. Div. of Regional Medical Programs.
Authoring Institution: Laredo Independent School District, TX.