A Guide for Developing Interdisciplinary Thematic Units

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Merrill, 2000 - Interdisciplinary approach in education - 277 pages
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This book thoroughly demonstrates the step-by-step process involved in developing an interdisciplinary thematic unit and supports those steps with numerous examples and activities. One of the few books available to successfully integrate content, technology, diversity, and classroom management. Strengthens the discussion on national standards, constructivism, the online classroom, and increased use of technology. Offers excellent examples on writing objectives in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. Includes a section of correlated readings at the end of every chapter. Suitable for teachers and administrators, parents involved in home schooling, Elementary and Secondary School Libraries, Scout groups, and other groups for children.

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Contents

Thematic Unit
1
ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN AN INTEGRATED
7
Ttiating an Interdisciplinary Thematic
33
THE NATIONAL CURRICULUM STANDARDS
36
DEVELOPING SCOPE AND SEQUENCE FOR CONTENT
44
SHARING MATERIALS BEFORE AND DURING UNIT
50
EXERCISES
63
eveloping Objectives and Learning
65
ASSESSING YOUR ITU BY FIELD TESTING
138
CHAPTER NOTES
145
ELEMENTS OF A LESSON PLAN
152
SUMMARY
233
FOR FURTHER READING
248
PLANNING MASTER 2 1 IS THIS THEME ONE THAT HAS
255
PLANNING MASTER 3 2 CLASSIFYING PSYCHOMOTOR
261
PLANNING MASTER 3 3 CLASSIFYING AFFECTIVE Childrens Book Index
263

essment of Student Learning III
111
COOPERATIVE GROUP LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT
118
PREPARING ASSESSMENT ITEMS
126
PLANNING MASTER 4 1 LEARNING ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST 265 Name ndex
273
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