Title: Material Analysis and Processing Systems: A 9th and/or 10th Grade Industrial Education Curriculum Designed To Fulfill the Kansas State Department of Vocational Education's Level 2 Course Requirements.
S.E.T. Project, Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Kansas 66762 ($5.00)
Guides - General
The teacher developed curriculum guide provides the industrial education teacher with the objectives, equipment lists, material, supplies, references, and activities necessary to teach students of the 9th and/or 10th grade the concepts of interrelationships between material analysis and processing systems. Career information and sociological implications are included in activity form. The course is defined as the study of organic and inorganic materials and how they are changed to satisfy man's material needs. The guide opens with orientation suggestions, safety instruction, and introductory activities. Lesson plans covering the analysis and processing of plastic, metal, wood, and earth materials fill more than 100 pages of the guide, from which the instructor may select those he wishes to use to complete a 74-day course. Each plan offers a learning activity, material and processes covered, necessary reference materials, and relevant information. Among the appendixes are a pre-post test and an attitude inventory, with answer keys, an equipment list, and a bibliography. The guide is one of the outcomes of the Secondary Exploration of Technology (SET) Project. (AJ)
For other curriculum guides in this series see CE 002 424-425
Elementary Secondary Education Act Title III; Material Analysis; Secondary Exploration of Technology; SET
2 - Available on microfiche
Kansas State Coll. of Pittsburg. School of Technology.
Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC.; Kansas State Dept. of Education, Topeka.