Place, Time and Society 8-13 - An Introduction, by The Schools Council of England and Wales, 1975

Place, Time and Society 8-13 - An Introduction, by The Schools Council of England and Wales, 1975

written by Schools Council Publications, in Raymond William Firth Papers, of London School of Economics and Political Science. Library. Archives and Special Collections Team (Tikopia and Solomon Islands Other, Tikopia Material for Schools Council Programme on Money) (London, England) (Bristol, England: HarperCollins, 1975, originally published 1975), 34 page(s)

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Abstract / Summary
**The image(s) of the document may be omitted here because of copyright considerations** A 34-page, printed booklet with a multi-color cover comprises an introduction to the British Schools Council's Place Time and Society course for 8- to 13-year-olds, which considers a new approach to teaching history, geography and the social sciences in English schools. Anthropologist Raymond Firth contributed materials and advice and worked with the Council's research officer to prepare materials aimed to help children understand ideas about exchange and money. In return the Council donated educational equipment to schools on Tikopia Island, where Firth did his most prominent work.
Field of Interest
Anthropology
Corporate Author
Schools Council Publications
Content Type
Government/institutional document
Warning: Contains explicit content
No
Format
Text
Original Publication Date
1975
Page Count
34
Publication Year
1975
Publisher
HarperCollins
Place Published / Released
Bristol, England
Subject
Anthropology, Social Sciences, Cultural anthropology, School curriculums, Educational philosophies, Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural, Schools Council, Wales, England, British
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Antropologia Cultural, Antropología Cultural

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