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Cook, Paul – 1974
This booklet, one of a series developed by the Frederick County Board of Education, Frederick, Maryland, provides an instruction module for an individualized or flexible approach to secondary science teaching. Subjects and activities in this series of booklets are designed to supplement a basic curriculum or to form a total curriculum, and relate…
Descriptors: Biology, Genetics, Individualized Instruction, Instructional Materials
Cook, Paul – 1974
This booklet, one of a series developed by the Frederick County Board of Education, Frederick, Maryland, provides an instruction module for an individualized or flexible approach to secondary science teaching. Subjects and activities in this series of booklets are designed to supplement a basic curriculum or to form a total curriculum, and relate…
Descriptors: Biology, Genetics, Individualized Instruction, Instructional Materials
Cook, Paul – 1973
This booklet, one of a series developed by the Frederick County Board of Education, Frederick, Maryland, provides an instruction module for an individualized or flexible approach to 7th, 8th, and 9th grade science teaching. Subjects and activities in this series of booklets are designed to supplement a basic curriculum or to form a total…
Descriptors: Biology, Cardiovascular System, Health Education, Individualized Instruction
Cook, Paul – 1973
This booklet, one of a series developed by the Frederick County Board of Education, Frederick, Maryland, provides an instruction module for an individualized or flexible approach to 7th, 8th, and 9th grade science teaching. Subjects and activities in this series of booklets are designed to supplement a basic curriculum or to form a total…
Descriptors: Biology, Individualized Instruction, Instructional Materials, Junior High School Students