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ERIC Number: ED299772
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1986
Reference Count: 0
Social Studies. Exceptional Child Education Curriculum K-12: Volume II. History Process and Skills, Geography, Economics, Citizenship, Political Science, Humanities, Anthropology, Sociology, Psychology, World History.
Hite, Dean; And Others
Volume II of the Jefferson County (Kentucky) Public Schools exceptional child education curriculum for K-12 social studies covers history process and skills, geography, economics, citizenship, political science, humanities, anthropology, sociology, psychology, and world history. The curriculum guide is organized by content areas, and within each content area, behavioral objectives are listed in sequential order. For each objective, included are task analyses, learning activities, and resource materials. Materials are coded for the appropriate grade level--elementary, middle school, or high school--and teacher materials are also listed. A scope and sequence chart is provided to indicate grade levels in which specific content areas are addressed in the general education program and to assist special education teachers in determining which objectives to cover at specific grade levels. The exceptional child education curriculum provides content and objectives parallel to the general education program, and teachers are encouraged to present instruction to parallel what the exceptional students' general education peers are learning. (JDD)
Descriptors: Anthropology, Behavioral Objectives, Citizenship, Disabilities, Economics Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Geography Instruction, History, Humanities Instruction, Political Science, Psychology, Resource Materials, Sequential Learning, Social Studies, Sociology, Task Analysis, Teaching Methods, World History
Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Jefferson County Public Schools, Louisville, KY.
Note: For Volume 1 see EC 211 050.