Nuffield Home Economics: teachers' guide - people and homes

People and Homes was one of the four topics that featured as a separate area of study in the Nuffield Home Economics course for students aged 14–16. Students were encouraged to recognise the inter-relationships between people and their home environments. The topic drew together themes which had been studied in the three other topics in this series: Food science, Nutrition, and Fibres and fabrics, and also built on the People and homes section of the Basic Course.

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Subject(s)Design and technology, Food Preparation and Nutrition
Author(s)Richard C Brierley
Shelf referenceA 640.71 NUF
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