A lesson plan on childhood cancer (grades 1-6)

September 1993
Teaching Exceptional Children;Fall93, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p29
Academic Journal
Presents a lesson plan on childhood cancer for grades 1 to 6 for classrooms with a cancer patient. Introduction of cancer to the class; Common and frequent class response; Difference of childhood cancer and adult cancer; Different kinds of childhood cancer; Cause of cancer; Need for emphasis on the non-contagious nature of cancer; Treatment of cancer; Analogies.


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