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Discovering pathways to social studies. : Social institutions What's new a standards-based social studies curriculum.

Author: Marlene Targ Brill
Publisher: [Indianapolis, IN] : Cram, [©2003]
Edition/Format:   Kit : VHS tape   Visual material   Book : English
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The emphasis of early elementary social studies is on people living in communities. How will communities continue to change? Students learn how communities develop to meet the wants of their inhabitants, how communities are simlar and different, how and why they are interdependent, how they interact with the physical environment, and how and why they change.
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Material Type: Kit, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marlene Targ Brill
ISBN: 0761317562 9780761317562
OCLC Number: 191804111
Notes: Teacher's handbook includes teacher's guide, lesson plans, activity sheets and follow-up activity sheets.
Target Audience: Grades 2-3.
Description: 1 teacher's handbook (loose-leaf), 1 videocassette, 1 book ; in binder 30 x 28 x 7 cm.
Contents: Margaret Knight, girl inventor / Marlene Targ Brill --
Cardboard map of Mexico --
What's new, videocassete --
Discovering pathways to social studies (ix, 49p.).
Other Titles: Social institutions.
What's new.
Discovering the pathways to social studies.
What's new

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The emphasis of early elementary social studies is on people living in communities. How will communities continue to change? Students learn how communities develop to meet the wants of their inhabitants, how communities are simlar and different, how and why they are interdependent, how they interact with the physical environment, and how and why they change.

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