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Reynolds, Dave – Economics, 1988
Presents a classroom exercise which illustrates consumer equilibrium, the equimarginal principle, indifference curves, and income and substitution effects. States that students gain a better consumer equilibrium by linking together these elements of economic analysis. (GEA)
Descriptors: Consumer Economics, Economics, Economics Education, Foreign Countries
Hannan, Mary, Ed.; Kicenko, Jan, Ed. – 2002
This do-it-yourself booklet is designed to help those who want to facilitate a Learning Circle but who cannot attend a training workshop. The booklet explains what a learning circle is; the principles of a learning circle; the difference among learning circles, discussion groups, and structured classes; why the learning circle methodology should…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Adult Education, Adult Learning, Cooperative Learning
Coatney, Louis R. – 1993
This military history board game can be used as an extracurricular, extra credit, or classroom incentive project. The game serves to quantify an historical event so that it enriches the study of history for both verbally and mathematically inclined students. Although most suitable for eighth grade and above, the game may be played by some younger…
Descriptors: Curriculum Enrichment, Decision Making, Educational Games, European History
Luce, Ann Campbell – 1987
This resource, containing a teacher's manual, reproducible student workbook, and a color teaching poster, is designed to accompany a 21-minute videotape program, but may be adapted for independent use. Part 1 of the program, "Greek Architecture," looks at elements of architectural construction as applied to Greek structures, and…
Descriptors: Ancient History, Architectural Education, Architecture, Art Education
Terry, Robert M. – 1986
A review of French dining habits and table manners outlines: elements of the place setting, courtesies used at the table, serving conventions, restaurant tipping, the size and content of the different meals of the day, subtle differences in common foods, restaurant types, menu types, general wine and cheese choices, waiter-client communication,…
Descriptors: Basic Vocabulary, Cultural Awareness, Cultural Context, Cultural Education
Oldfield, Jenni; Pullam, Rosemary – 2001
This resource book features texts and activities for students in Australian correctional environments to develop skills necessary to complete the Certificates of General Education for Adults (CGEA). Resources and activities are geared for students at level 3 of the CGEA in reading and writing. A table provides examples of how texts and activities…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Literacy, Conflict Resolution, Correctional Education
Instituto Nacional para la Educacion de los Adultos, Mexico City (Mexico). – 1987
These workbooks are part of a Mexican series of instructional materials designed for Spanish speaking adults who are in the process becoming literate or have recently become literate in their native language. They provide readings and exercises for developing literacy skills. Pictures and fill-in-the blank exercises appear frequently. Volume 1…
Descriptors: Adult Basic Education, Adult Literacy, Communication (Thought Transfer), Foreign Countries
Da Que Hablar, 1995
This Spanish-Embassy-produced document consists of the three issues of a Spanish language and culture newsletter for use in Spanish-language classrooms. Each issue contains reprinted articles on current events, both in Spain and around the world; articles on Spanish culture, geography, and famous people; and games to play for learning the Spanish…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Content Area Reading, Cultural Awareness, Current Events
Lied, Nils – 1986
Intended for students aged 11 to 13 years, this is the true story of an Antarctic exploration as told by one of the participants. In 1956, he and two companions, along with a team of huskies started from the Australian base at Mawson, Antarctica and journeyed across the sea ice to locate the Douglas Islands and fix them on the map. The story tells…
Descriptors: Area Studies, Cartography, Childrens Literature, Environment
Close Up Foundation, Arlington, VA. – 1990
Designed to help students understand the challenges and opportunities facing relations between the United States and the former Soviet Union, this book is organized into four chapters. Chapter 1 explores the differing world views of the two superpowers and the major elements that make up those world views--including geography, economics, and…
Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries, Foreign Policy
Candline, Mary – 1992
This language arts curriculum developed for Native American students in Manitoba (Canada) consists of a teachers' guide, a student guide, and a research unit. The curriculum includes reading selections and learning activities appropriate for the different reading levels of both upper elementary and secondary students. The purpose of the unit is…
Descriptors: American Indian Education, Biographies, Canada Natives, Canadian Studies
Da Que Hablar, 1997
This document consists of three issues of a newsletter published during 1996 and 1997. Issues contain current events articles in Spanish and classroom language learning activities based on those articles. The articles are brief; topics include: the Beatles; the route of Don Quixote; pets; the climate, architecture, history and food of Castile and…
Descriptors: Class Activities, Culture Contact, Current Events, Foreign Countries
Fox, Sarah Cleveland – 2003
This document includes a student text and a teacher resource book. The student booklet provides an overview of the history of the Indian subcontinent, focuses on key events leading up to partition, and explores the origins of the conflict in Kashmir. It notes that to understand the conflict in Kashmir, people must examine the period of British…
Descriptors: Colonialism, Foreign Countries, Geographic Regions, Higher Education
Coatney, Louis R. – 1987
This board game encourages junior and senior high school student analysis of the German campaign against the USSR and gauges student decision-making skills. The World War II Russo-German Front is simulated in a standard board game format. A key element of the game is its analysis and results form. Using this form compels students to analyze and…
Descriptors: Decision Making Skills, Educational Games, European History, Experiential Learning
Rafferty, Ellen; Collins, James T.; Barnard, Erlin Susanti; Hiple, David – 1999
The selection of reading texts for second language learners of Indonesian for this volume were based on the desire to provide level-appropriate material, to reflect the diversity of contemporary Indonesian society, and to pique the interest of university students. Included materials are from government publications, Jakarta newspapers, provincial…
Descriptors: Charts, Foreign Countries, Illustrations, Indonesian
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