Chesler, Mark and Fox, Robert,
Role-Playing Methods in the Classroom
. Chicago: Science Research Associates, 1966.
A collection of methods and sample situations to facilitate role-playing in the classroom.
Elementary School Curriculum
. New York: Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1972.
Begins with a study of how children learn and deals with alternative teaching methods available today.
The Role-Play Technique
. La Jolla, Calif.: University Associates, 1975.
A handbook for management and leadership practice.
McPhail, Ungoed-Thomas, Chapman.
Learning To Care
. Niles, Illinois: Argus Communications, 1975.
A teachers’ guide for using the Learning To Care Series. Gives many methods and examples of teaching value clarification and sensitivity training.
Key to Human Potential
. Wash., D.C.: National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1972.
Report of conference sponsored by National Association for Education of Young Children takes a different view of traditional classroom experiences.
Playing for Social Values
Making in the Social Studies
. Englewood Cliffs,New Jersey: 1967.
Discusses the process of role-playing and introduces the many situations, classified by growth areas, to facilitate role-playing in the classroom.
Roles and Relationships
. New York: Bantam Books, 1976.
A practical guide for teaching about masculinity and femininity.
Sources of Identity
. New York: Harcourt, Brace Jovanovich, 1977.
Excellent textbook making a study of society from the focus of the individual.
Classroom Ideas For Encouraging Thinking and Feeling
. Buffalo, N.Y.: DOK Publications, 1970.
List of 387 ideas designed and field tested by teachers across the country in encouraging children to think and feel.