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ERIC Number: ED143803
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: N/A
Pages: 383
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Home Economics--A Look--A Job--A Future. A Course of Study at a Pre-Vocational Level for 7th and/or 8th Grade.
Oklahoma City Public School System, OK. Dept. of Home Economics.
Prevocational materials for use at the seventh and/or eighth grade levels are presented in this curriculum guide. Materials cover six areas, each consisting of several instructional units planned for more than one lesson or class period. Each unit includes behavioral objectives, suggested activities for teacher and students, information sheets, assignment sheets, activity sheets, suggestions, visual aids, tests, and test answers. Behavioral objectives are stated in two forms: Terminal objectives stating the subject matter to be covered in a unit of instruction, and specific objectives stating the student performance necessary to reach the terminal objective. The six areas and titles of their respective instructional units follow: (1) Hospitality: An Attitude; How, When, Where, and Why; A Job; A Future; (2) Foods: A Look at the Food Industry; Food Production; Retail Food Sales; Food in Institutions; Food Service; (3) Clothing: Careers; Fashion Merchandising; Dry Cleaning, Laundering, and Alteration; Dressmaking and Tailoring; Production; (4) Housing and Interior Design: Careers in Housing Construction and Sales; Decorating; Furnishings; Commercial Housing and Interior Design; (5) Health: Dietary Services; Careers in Technology; Health Service Professions; Other Health Service Careers; and (6) Child Care: Child Care and Baby-Sitting Careers; Workers in Child Care; The Children in Child Care Centers; Facilities in Child Care Centers. (TA)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Oklahoma City Public School System, OK. Dept. of Home Economics.
Note: Not available in hard copy due to marginal reproducibility of original