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Terrell, Charles R.; Perfetti, Patricia Bytnar – 1989
This guide aids in finding water quality solutions to problems from sediment, animal wastes, nutrients, pesticides, and salts. The guide allows users to learn the fundamental concepts of water quality assessment by extracting basic tenets from geology, hydrology, biology, ecology, and wastewater treatment. An introduction and eight chapters are…
Descriptors: Agricultural Education, Ecology, Instructional Materials, Lesson Plans
Vetter, Betty M. – 1984
This publication provides charts (with backup tables) and text for a basic presentation on current and projected career and employment opportunities in the various fields of science and engineering. The charts are organized under four headings: (1) supply of scientists and engineers; (2) utilization of scientists and engineers; (3) future supply…
Descriptors: Degrees (Academic), Employment, Employment Opportunities, Engineering
Barnhard, Diana; And Others – 1976
These materials were developed to meet an expressed need for bilingual materials for a secondary school Life Science Course. Eight units were prepared. These include the following topics: (1) Introduction to the Scientific Method; (2) The Microscope; (3) The Cell; (4) Single-celled Protists, Plants, and Animals; (5) Multicellular Living Things;…
Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Bilingual Instructional Materials, Biological Sciences, Botany
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deGrassi, Jennifer – School Arts, 1979
Instructions are provided for making dolls, or soft people sculptures, by stuffing nylons with cotton and shaping the result with stitching and decoration. This article is one of seven in this issue on fiber arts. (SJL)
Descriptors: Art Education, Art Materials, Guidelines, Handicrafts
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Mason, Michael B. – Clearing House, 1979
Guidelines are given to the jobseeker on preparation for and proper conduct during a job interview. Suggestions are made for helping students to get ready for the interview experience. (SJL)
Descriptors: Check Lists, Employment Interviews, Guidelines, Job Search Methods
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Tomlinson, Susan – Social Studies, 1987
Stresses importance of making the social studies curriculum challenging for gifted students. Recommends differentiating between content and process, and discusses a variety of approaches and techniques relevant to a variety of classroom situations. Emphasis is placed on developing higher-level thinking skills in the gifted classroom. (BR)
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Curriculum Enrichment, Gifted, Problem Solving
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Sipher, Roger – Teaching History: A Journal of Methods, 1986
Reviews the major ideas of humanistic psychology that have relevance for education. Provides practical suggestions for implementing these ideas in the high school history classroom. (JDH)
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Classroom Techniques, Educational Psychology, History Instruction
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Benjamin-Murray, Betsy – School Arts, 1980
Instructions are provided for transfering photographic images onto fabric using Kwik-Print solution. This article is one of several in this issue on graphic arts projects. (SJL)
Descriptors: Art Activities, Graphic Arts, Guidelines, Photography
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Eilenberger, Robert F. – School Arts, 1980
Instructions, with illustrations, are provided for three exercises in clay sculpture: press mold, figure sculpture, and composite sculpture. (SJL)
Descriptors: Art Activities, Guidelines, Learning Activities, Sculpture
Brown, Donal – Scholastic Editor, 1980
Suggests ways student reviewers of rock music groups can write better reviews. Among the suggestions made are that reviewers occasionally discuss the audience or what makes a particular group unique, support general comment with detail, and avoid ecstatic adjectives. (TJ)
Descriptors: Music, Popular Culture, Press Opinion, School Newspapers