Dalley, F. Cherry (1984) Resource-based learning: a selected list of print and nonprint instructional materials to support and enrich the grades 7 and 8 geography programs in Newfoundland schools. Masters thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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The primary purpose of this study was to select appropriate print and nonprint instructional materials to support and enrich units presented in the grades 7 and 8 geography programs currently in use in Newfoundland schools. - The compilation of a selected, recommended list of instructional materials necessitates an understanding of the need for judicious selection, and an awareness of selection principles. The writer was guided by these factors when determining which materials were suitable for inclusion in the annotated, recommended list. -- The recommended materials in this list which were examined by the writer were obtained either from local sources, such as district centers, the provincial Department of Education, the National Film Board, and the Curriculum Materials Center at Memorial University of Newfoundland, or were obtained for previewing from various publishers. All materials included have been recommended by reputable reviewing periodicals, or other selection sources, or on the basis of the writer's personal study and assessment. For each selected item, complete bibliographic Information, an annotation, and an indication of the appropriate age or grade levels are provided. -- This list makes no attempt to be exhaustive. It is an initial selection tool for educators and/or students in search of useful materials to supplement the grades 7 and 8 geography programs in this province. This annotated list will need to be updated regularly to include newer materials which are constantly being produced.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Additional Information:||Bibliography: leaves 50-58.|
|Department(s):||Education, Faculty of|
|Library of Congress Subject Heading:||Geography--Study and teaching (Secondary); Teaching--Aids and devices|
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