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Instructor's Resource to accompany Aging
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Instructor's Resource to accompany Aging
An Introduction to Gerontology

Instructor Manual


134 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
The Instructor's Manual for Aging offers a variety of teaching materials for those adopting the textbook. It includes tests and inventories to assess students' knowledge and attitudes about ageing that can be given at both the beginning and the end of the course. It also makes suggestions on methods for teaching the course, lists books of readings and other reference sources, and gives a brief review of an extensive list of films available for each chapter. True-false, multiple choice and essay tests are provided for each chapter.
 
PART ONE: ASSESSMENT OF KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDES ABOUT AGING
 
PART TWO: SUGGESTIONS FOR TEACHING THE COURSE
 
PART THREE: BOOKS OF READINGS AND OTHER REFERENCE SOURCES
 
PART FOUR: FILMS ON AGING AND LATER LIFE
 
PART FIVE: CHAPTER OUTLINES AND TERMINOLOGY
 
PART SIX: TRUE-FALSE, MULTIPLE CHOICE, AND ESSAY TEST ITEMS
 
The Study of Aging
 
Physical Structure and Functioning
 
Illness and Health Care
 
Cognitive Abilities
 
Personality and Problems of Adjustment
 
Treating Adjustment Problems and Mental Disorders
 
Sex and Marital Relations
 
Social Status and Roles
 
Employment and Retirement
 
Economics of Aging
 
Living Environments and Activities
 
Crime and the Law
 
Death and Bereavement

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