The Standard Deviants School Teaching Systems

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The Standard Deviants School Teaching Systems


Felix, Kathie, Multimedia & Internet@Schools


THE PRODUCT: Standard Deviants School Teaching Systems

THE COMPANY: Goldhil Educational 5284 Adolfo Road Camarillo, CA 93012

Phone: 800/613-0368

Fax: 805/373-1603

Internet: www.Standard Deviants.tom/ www.GoldhilEducational.com/

The Standard Deviants School Teaching Systems provide multimedia programs and classroom materials in 10 subject areas: Algebra, American Government, Biology, Chemistry, English Grammar, Physics, Basic Math, Nutrition, Shakespeare, and Spanish.

Each teaching system offers video materials in DVD or VHS format and teacher materials on CD-ROM. Included are classroom notes and games, quizzes with answer keys, graphic handouts and representation of curriculum, correlations to standards, and MARC records.

The American Government package for grades 5 and up features 10 modules: Introduction to Government, The U.S. Constitution, Federalism, Civil Rights, Civil Liberties, The Three Branches of American Government, The Congress, The Executive Branch, The Bureaucracy, and The Judicial System.

The first segment, Introduction to Government, contains a 23-minute video module and a companion CD-ROM with supplementary materials in a PDF format. These include lesson plans, viewing guides, teacher reference guides, student activities, worksheets, and tests.

Among the topics covered are the origins of the American government, types of government, characteristics of the American government, events that occurred before the Constitution was written, the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation, and the Constitutional Convention. …

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