Social Science Matters Grade 4 Learner's Book by Sue Heese, Lee Smith
  

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Social Science Matters Grade 4 Learner's Book by Sue Heese, Lee Smith

Social Science Matters is a resource in which learners and teachers participate in group discussions and other activities where the emphasis is on developing independent thinking and a responsible attitude. The activities are designed to encourage learners to enrich their learning experience by using their own knowledge and ideas. Features of the Learner's Book * It comprises four modules with built-in assessment tasks: 'People together'; 'Living together'; 'People at work' and 'Organising together'. * Human and Social Sciences and Economics and Management Science are integrated. * The book uses a fun approach to address serious issues. * Photographs and illustrations give the book visual impact. Features of the Teacher's Guide * An introduction to Outcomes-based Education is provided, including sections on organizing the classroom and assessment. * Programme Organisers, Phase Organisers, Specific Outcomes and Assessment Criteria are given for each activity. * Suggested unit guidelines and assessment guides are provided.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Sue Heese, Lee Smith
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

3rd August 2000

ISBN

9780521788533


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