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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.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  372.83044 SOCI {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description vii, 205 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-200) and index.
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.
Other author Ahier, John.
Ross, Alistair, 1946-
Subject Education, Primary -- Curricula -- Great Britain.
Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Primary) -- Great Britain.
Interdisciplinary approach in education -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
Curriculum change -- Social aspects -- Great Britain.
ISBN 0750703814 (CL : acid-free paper)
0750703822 (PB : acid-free paper)