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Whitney, Helen, Comp. – 1975
Based on the environment and directed at elementary and intermediate level students, 5 field trips are a significant part of the 12 social studies activities in the sixth booklet by the Upper Mississippi River ECO-Center outlining environmental and outdoor education activities. Most of the activities include objectives, activity description,…
Descriptors: Activities, Community Study, Curriculum Enrichment, Curriculum Guides
Illinois State Office of Education, Springfield. – 1977
This booklet on economics is one of a series in environmental education for grades K-12. The activities in this booklet are concerned with the relationship of the standard of living to the level of technology and economic system developed by a society. The role of economics in determining environmental quality is also assessed. Three basic…
Descriptors: Decision Making Skills, Economics, Elementary Secondary Education, Environmental Education
Utica City School District, NY. – 1976
This humanistic curriculum project concerning good and evil is part of a model program of inservice training and curriculum redesign for grades K-12 known as Project SEARCH. Objectives of the unit are to provide students an understanding that good and evil are a reflection of man's values, a comprehension of modern scientific theories on the…
Descriptors: Course Objectives, Curriculum Design, Curriculum Development, Educational Media
Brevard County School Board, Cocoa, FL. – 1976
This environmental education program consists of two levels: primary and intermediate. The learning materials are activity based and incorporate process and subject area skills with knowledge and concern for the environment. The program is also interdisciplinary including activities and skills from art, language arts, mathematics, music, science,…
Descriptors: Art, Elementary Education, Environment, Environmental Education
Falanruw, Margie Cushing – 1976
This unit is a part of a series of materials produced in a project to develop locally applicable class, lab, and field materials in ecology and social studies for Guam junior and senior high schools. While the materials were designed for Guam, many of the activities can be adapted to other localities. This unit covers ecological factors involving…
Descriptors: Biological Sciences, Ecological Factors, Ecology, Instruction
Backman, Judi; Lorain, Sue – 1976
This is one of a series of units for environmental education developed by the Highline Public Schools. The unit is designed to be used with intermediate grade elementary school pupils. The intent of the 10 lessons is to provide activities that create a positive inner environment for each child so that effectiveness in the immediate and global…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Elementary Education, Environment, Environmental Education
Counts, Rubynelle – 1976
Developed at The Mountain School (Lookout Mountain, Georgia), a project funded under Title III of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 1974-75, this curriculum guide for an interdisciplinary minicourse in weaving provides for integration of environmental and career education goals with those in academic areas. Introductory material…
Descriptors: Activity Units, Art Activities, Career Education, Curriculum Guides
Counts, Rubynelle – 1976
This curriculum guide for an interdisciplinary pottery unit includes concepts and objectives, student activities, and suggested resources. Introductory material indicates it was designed as a 2-day minicourse for the Mountain School seventh grade at Charles Counts' Pottery Workshop in Georgia but that material is adaptable to a regular school…
Descriptors: Activity Units, Art Activities, Career Education, Ceramics
Fricks, Richard – 1976
Based on two quilting minicourses conducted by the author with students from grades 7 through 10, this curriculum guide provides interdisciplinary objectives, student activities, and teaching procedures for a unit in which the rudiments of quilting are taught and practiced. Contents include (1) a list of objectives and concepts under headings of…
Descriptors: Activity Units, Art Activities, Curriculum Guides, Handicrafts
Greenup, Shirley – 1976
Based on a minicourse taught by the author for students in grades 7 through 10 at the Mountain School (Lookout Mountain, Georgia), this curriculum guide provides for the integration of several curriculum areas into the teaching of leathercraft. Contents include (1) concepts and objectives for the course listed under the headings of language arts,…
Descriptors: Activity Units, Art Activities, Curriculum Guides, Handicrafts
Foti, Tom – 1975
This bicentennial volume offers a blend of Arkansas history, ecology, and literature. Its purpose is to show the relationship between Arkansas' people and their land. It contains a discussion of the Natural Divisions concept, the geological development of the state, and descriptions by early pioneers. The volume is not intended to be a complete…
Descriptors: Ecology, Geography, Higher Education, History
Whitney, Helen, Comp. – 1975
Forestry is the main focus of this fifth booklet in the series "101 Environmental Education Activities" by the Upper Mississippi River ECO-Center. Designed for students in the intermediate grades and junior high school, the booklet contains 9 science and social studies activities and 5 interdisciplinary activities. Most activity…
Descriptors: Curriculum Enrichment, Curriculum Guides, Educational Objectives, Elementary Secondary Education
Foyle, Harvey – 1975
The American History-Government program at Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro, Kansas consists of a learning package curriculum. Students must take six of eight nine-week learning packages--American, foreign policy, conflict, change, modern politics, decision making, Constitution, and civil rights. The rationale for this package organization is that…
Descriptors: Concept Teaching, Course Organization, Curriculum Development, Individualized Instruction
Little Rock School District, AR. – 1974
Part of a sequential series of curriculum units in environmental education for grades 4 through 12, this sixth grade curriculum guide focuses on man's effect upon the environment. Extensive classroom activities and field trips introduce the student to population, technology, pollution, natural resources, responsibility, career opportunities, and…
Descriptors: Curriculum Guides, Ecology, Elementary Education, Environmental Education
Little Rock School District, AR. – 1975
Part of a sequential series of curriculum units in environmental education for grades 4 through 12, this curriculum guide for grade 9 focuses on identifying problems, formulating hypotheses, considering alternatives, and making decisions in environmental education. The activities include the showing of films, making environmental decisions,…
Descriptors: Civics, Curriculum Guides, Decision Making, Ecology
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