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Cole, Paul – Social Education, 1982
Discusses two approaches for teaching labor studies at the elementary secondary levels: elective courses and the infusion of labor topics into existing curricula. Sources of classroom materials are listed. (AM)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Elective Courses, Elementary Secondary Education, Fused Curriculum
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Garcia, Jesus; Garcia, Ricardo – Social Education, 1980
Presents a brief overview of ethnic material available to elementary school social studies classroom teachers, suggests criteria for selection of materials, presents examples of ethnic materials on different complexity levels, and gives some general pointers to teachers on what to avoid when selecting ethnic materials. (DB)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Needs, Elementary Education, Ethnic Studies
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Allen, Michael G. – Social Education, 1988
Offers a series of recommendations for middle grades social studies reflecting a conscious commitment to three educational goals: (1) personal development; (2) communication and learning skills; and (3) on history, government, and geography; use of a variety of teaching methods; and recognition of the uniqueness of middle school students. (GEA)
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Educational Improvement, Junior High Schools, Middle Schools
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Carroll, Rives Fowlkes – Social Education, 1988
Discusses a program at the John Eaton Elementary School in Washington, D.C. in which the students are taught about the People's Republic of China. Describes implementation of this interdisciplinary curriculum and concludes that the program helped promote better understanding of Chinese culture. (GEA)
Descriptors: Cross Cultural Training, Cultural Differences, Cultural Education, Cultural Interrelationships