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Title The social subjects within the curriculum : children's social learning in the national curriculum / edited by John Ahier and Alistair Ross
Published London ; Washington, D.C. : Falmer Press, 1995


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 W'PONDS  372.83044 Ahi/Ssw  AVAILABLE
Description vii, 205 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Introduction / John Ahier and Alistair Ross -- Pt. 1. The Contemporary Context for the Social Subjects. Ch. 1. Education for Citizenship and the Problem of Identity in Post-modern Political Culture / Rob Gilbert. Ch. 2. Narrations of 'Self' and 'World' through the Economic and Industrial Understanding Curriculum / Jeff Vass -- Pt. 2. The Construction of Social Curricula. Ch. 3. The Rise and Fall of the Social Subjects in the Curriculum / Alistair Ross. Ch. 4. The Whole Curriculum, the National Curriculum and Social Studies / Alistair Ross -- Pt. 3. Reactions to the Cross-curricular Themes. Ch. 5. Cross-curricular Integration and the Construction of the Self in the Primary Curriculum / Anna Craft. Ch. 6. Citizenship in the Primary Curriculum / Keith Crawford. Ch. 7. Hidden Controversies in Two Cross-curricular Themes / John Ahier. Ch. 8. Indoctrination or Empowerment? The Case of Economic and Industrial Understanding / Anna Craft
Ch. 9. Health, Sex and Drugs Education: Rhetoric and Reality / David Stears, Stephen Clift and Shane Blackman
Analysis Great Britain
Primary schools Curriculum Social studies
Great Britain
Primary schools Curriculum Social studies
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-200) and index
Subject Curriculum change -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Education, Elementary -- Curricula -- Great Britain.
Education, Primary -- Curricula -- Great Britain.
Interdisciplinary approach in education -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Elementary) -- Great Britain.
Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Great Britain.
Author Ahier, John.
Ross, Alistair, 1946-
LC no. 94036897
ISBN 0750703814 (CL : acid-free paper)
0750703822 (PB : acid-free paper)