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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FROM MISSC*URI CURRICULUM MATERIALS 

laboratory. 

MISSOURI UNIV., COLUMBIA 

PUB CATE 1 FEB 67 

ECRS price MF-$D.09 HC-$0.20 5F . 



DESCRIPTORS- JJ-BIBLIOGRAPHIESt ❖VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONi 
❖INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, COLUMBIA 



THIS LIST OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR COOPERATIVE 
ECUCATION CLASSES INCLUDES (1) GENERAL RELATED STUDY GUIDES 
AND STUDY GUIDES FCR SPECIFIC OCCUR AT ICNS IN COOPERATIVE 
CLASSES, (2) STUDENT MANUALS AND INSTRUCTOR’S GUIDES FOR 
PREPARATORY CLASSES, AND (3) COMPREHENSIVE COURSE OF STUDY 
FOR INSTRUCTORS’ USE ONLY. PUBLICATION DATES ARE SHCWN, AND 
PRICES FOR STUDENT MANUALS AND CORRESPONDING TEACHER’S KEY OR 
GUIDES ARE LISTED. (EM) 



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INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FROM MISSOURI 
CURRICULUM MATERIALS LABORATORY 






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Available through 
Department of Industrial Education 
University of Missouri 
Columbia, Missouri 
February 1, 1967 



UJ SECTION I . INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR COOPERATIVE CLASSES 



Description : The GENERAL RELATED STUDY GUIDE (student's manual) in- 

cludes instructional materials common to and essential in the occupa- 
tional adjustment of all young workers, organized into assignments for 
individual ana group study. It is intended that each student in the 
class should have a copy of this manual. The COORDINATOR'S MANUAL for 
the General Related Study Guide includes a list of references needed, 
suggested extra assignments for advanced students, lists of visual 
aids for use in teaching the various units, and an objective test, 
with key, covering each assignment outlined in the student's manual. 

Each STUDY GUIDE FOR SPECIFIC OCCUPATIONS (student's manuals) includes 
an analysis showing what the worker must know and be able to do, and 
the personality traits essential for success in the occupation, with 
assignment sheets containing learning activities, references, and ob- 
jective type questions for individual study. The teacher's keys for 
these specific occupational materials include answers to questions in 
the student's manual and page numbers where answers are found in the 
references assigned. They are intended to enable the coordinator to 
check accurately and quickly the student's work in the classroom. 

if 

Note; Order all materials by full title shown (Specify if key is 
desired) SEE HOW TO ORDER — LAST PAGE 






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2. 


Title 


Publication 

Date 


Price of 
Student ' s 
Manual* 


Price of 
Teacher's 
Key* 


GENERAL RELATED STUDY GUIDE Aug. 60 

GENERAL RELATED STUDY 

GUIDE— COORDINATOR'S MANUAL Aug. 60 

Study Guides for Specific Occupations:’ 


$1.50 


j 

$1.50 


3. 


Auto Body Repair 


Mar. 65 


1.50 


.50 




Auto JMebhahics Indi3S:iduai Study 


July 66 


1.50 


.50 


5 . 


C abinetiB aking 


Jan. 65 


1.50 


.50 


6, 


Carpentry 


Sept. 62 


1.75 


.50 


7. 


; Chef 


Jan. 64 


1.50 


.50 


8. 


Cleafiing- artd Pressing 


Sept. 58 


1.50 


.50 


9. 


Dental^ Assistant 


Apr. 61 


1.50 


.50 


10. 


Dental Laboratory Technology 


Nov. 60 


1.50 


.50 


**11. 


Electrical Appliance 










Servicina Individual Study 


Aug. 66 


1.50 


.50 


* 


Includes regular postage in continental U. S, 










See Section 
Preparatory 



II for Study Guides designed for Group Instruction in 
Classes, 



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Publication 

Date 

Title 


Price of 
Student ' s 
Manual* 


Price of 
Teacher ' s 
Key* 


12. 


Electrical Construction 










(Interior Wiring) 


Jan . 67 


$1.50 


.50 


13. 


Floristry 


Feb. 67 


1.50 


.50 


14. 


Food Service 


Jan. 63 


1.50 


.50 


15. 


Food Service Supervisor 










(Institutional) 


Aug. 63 


1.50 


.50 


16. 


Frozen Food Locker Plant 










Operation 


1949 


1.25 


(key out 










print) 


17. 


Furniture Retailing 


June 51 


(temporarily out 








of print) 




18. 


General Mechanics (Small gas 










engines, lawnmowers, bicycles. 










keys) 


Aug. 63 


1.50 


.50 


19. 


Grocery Store, Retail 


(temporarily out of 


print) 


20. 


Hardv/are Retailing 


-Oct. 65 


1.75 


.50 


21. 


Hotel Management 


1949 


1.25 


(key out 










print) 


22. 


Jewelry Making and Repair 


DeCo 56 


1.50 


.50 


23. 


Machine Shop 


Nov. 62 


1.50 


.50 


24.** 


Management Individual Study 


(Available 








March 67) 




25. 


Meat Cutting 


Apr. 63 


1.50 


.50 


26. 


Medical Assistant 


July 64 


1.50 


.50 


27. 


Medical Record Technology 


Aug. 64 


1.50 


.50 


28. 


Merchandising Individual Study 


Nov. 65 


1.50 


.50 


29. 


Nursing Assistant 


Jan. 67 


1.50 


.50 


30. 


Offset Lithography 


Apr. 64 


1.50 


.50 


31. 


Painting and Decorating 


May 66 


1.50 


.50 


32. 


Printing 


May 63 


1.50 


.50 


33. 


Projectionist, Motion Picture 


Sept. 60 1,50 


.50 


34. 


Radio and TV Servicing 


Feb. 67 


1.75 


.50 


35. 


Salesmanship Individual Study 


Feb. 66 


1.50 


.50 


36. 


Sheet Metal 


Jan. 67 


1.50 


.50 


37. 


Shoe Retailing 


1952 


1.25 . 


.50 


38. 


Tile Setting 


Sept. 57 1.50 


.50 


39. 


Upholstery 


Oct. 64 


1.50 


.50 


40. 


Variety Store Merchandising 


(temporarily out of print) 



SECTION II . INSTRUCTIONAL JVIATERIALS FOR PREPARATORY CLASSES 

(Student Manuals and Instructor's Guides) 

Description ; The following materials are designed for group instruc ' 
tior in day and evening classes in vocational-technical education. 
The Student's Manuals are designed to be issued to the individual 
student as a study guide for technical and related information. The 
Instructor's Guides are designed with a source of reference for the 
discussion questions, suggested instructional aids and other helpful 
instructional devices (some include unit tests). 

V7here Group Instruction is designated it is intended that such study 
guides should be used with a large group or class in guiding class 



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discussion. There is a corresponding study guide in Section I which 
is correlated with the Group Instruction study guide that may be used 
for. providing an objective type examination covering the identical 
content of each respective assignment. 

Note: Order by full title as shown . (Specify if Instructor's guide 

is desired) 

Publication Price of Price of 
Date Student's Instruc- 



Manual* tor's 

Title Guide*’ 

***41. Auto Mechanics Group Instruction 1966 $1.50 $1.50 

42. Building Trades 1963 1.50 .50 

***43. Electrical Appliance Servicing 

Group Instruction 1966 1.50 .50 

*** 44 , Management Group Instruction (Available 

March 67) 

45. Merchandising Group Instruction 1966 1.50 .50 

***46. Salesmanship Group Instruction 1966 1.50 .50 



SECTION III . COMPREHENSIVE COURSES OF STUDY 

(For Instructors' Use Only) 

Description : Unless otherwise stated, the following courses of study 

are designed as teachers' guides and include a detailed analysis of 
instructional units texts and references keyed to assignment sheets, 
suggested evaluation procedures and sample tests, suggested facility, 
equipment lists, instructional aids and devices, films and supplemen- 
tary references. These are intended to be used in preparatory and 
in-service classes in industrial education. 





Title 


Publication Date 


Price 


47. 


Applied Electricity 


1964 




$2.00 


48. 


Design Drafting (for title 


III 








G.B. technical classes) 


1966 




2.00 


49. 


Electronics Technology (for 




1967) 




title III G.B. technical 


classes) 


(Available Fall 


• 

o 

LO 


Materials Testing (course out- 








line only — for title III 


G.B.) 1963 


(limited copies 


free) 


51. 


V7ater and Sewage Treatment 


1963 




2.00 



How to Order : 

Orders should be sent to the DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION , 
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI. COLUMBIA, MISSOURI . Send an official order 
stating full title (specify if key or Instructor's guide is desired), 
and the instructional materials will be forwarded. A statement for 
such material is sent to you at the time the material is shipped, for 
which prompt remittance is expected. Such remittance should be 
returned directly to the University Cashier's Office, 123 Jesse Hall , 
Columbia, Missouri. 

***^See Section I for study guides designed for individual instruc- 
tion^for objective tests corresponding to the "Group Instruction 
Material. " 

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