Active Home Economics Course Notes Third Level by Edna Hepburn, Jean McAllister, Leckie & Leckie


Active Home Economics Course Notes Third Level by Edna Hepburn, Jean McAllister, Leckie & Leckie

Covering the Third Level Outcomes and Experiences for Home Economics from both the Technologies Faculty and the Health and Wellbeing Faculty, Active Home Economics is a toolkit of rich tasks, interdisciplinary project ideas and assessment approaches to support the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence. Designed to support the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence, Active Home Economics covers all the relevant Outcomes and Experiences for HE from the Technologies and Health and Wellbeing Faculties.It focuses on building skills - subject specific, literacy and numeracy and higher order thinking skills-as well as knowledge and understanding.Each double page spread contains rich tasks, cross curricular links, an extension exercise and applications to real life.At the end of each unit, there is an assessment checklist, a Think, Pair, Share form and a interdisciplinary project idea.With its emphasis on fostering creativity in HE class, Active Home Economics will inspire and motivate pupils.

About the Author

Edna Hepburn and Jean McAllister are the authors of several successful Leckie and Leckie titles. Both are Principlal Teachers of Health Improvement.

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144 pages


Edna Hepburn, Jean McAllister, Leckie & Leckie
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Publication date

6th December 2010



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