Social Studies for the Twenty-First Century: Methods and Materials for Teaching in Middle and Secondary Schools

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Acceleration, issues in, 54
Adler, Mortimer, 10
Adolescents, as audience, 47-51
Advance organizers, 338,366
AERA. see American Educational Research Association
Affective dimension, 6f,8,17-18
definition of, 5
evaluation of, 184-186
Affective goals, 4
for economics, 286-287
and strategy use, 95
and unit planning, 142, 145-147
for U. S. government, 259-261
for U. S. history, 229-231
for world studies, 203-204
Affective questions, 83-87
classification of, 83-84
Affective roles, 44-47
with media, 336-338
AFT. see American Federation of Teachers
Ahlbrand, W., 318
Akutagawa, Ryonosuke, 116
Alder, Douglas D., 203
Alexander, Patricia A., 98
Alexander, Thomas, 10
Allardyce, Gilbert, 206
Allen, John, 354
American Anthropological Association, 409
American Association for State and Local History, 409
American Bar Association, Special Committee on Youth Education for Citizenship, 409-410
American College Testing, 193
American Educational Research Association (AERA), 390
American Federation of Labor/Congress of Industrial Organizations, 410
American Federation of Teachers (AFT), 387-388, 410
American Forum for Global Education, 410
American Geographical Society, 410
American Guidance Service, Inc., 193
American Heritage, 410
American Historical Association, 410
American Political Science Association, 410-411
American Psychological Association, 411
American Social History Project, 411
American Sociological Association, 411
American studies. see U. S. history
Ames, C., 124
Amnesty International, 411
Analysis questions, 80-81
Anderson, C., 5
Anderson, L., 306
Anderson, W., 324
Angell, Ann, 16
Anthropology, concepts/interests in, 27
Anti-Defamation League, 411
Apple, Michael, 12
Appleton, Nicholas, 299
Application questions, 80
Archer, J. C., 124, 352
Armento, Beverly, 320
Art, 350-351, 355-359
as artifact, 358-359
as esthetic, 359
and social studies instruction, 391
Asher, Herbert B., 272
Assessment. see also Evaluation informal, 168-169
Assimilationism, 299

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