El diseño curricular de ciencias sociales en la educación secundaria obligatoria y el bachilleratolos problemas como fundamento de una propuesta para la faceta ocio

  1. Fernando Mañero García
Dirixida por:
  1. Luis Alberto Gómez Segade Director

Universidade de defensa: Universidad de Oviedo

Ano de defensa: 1997

  1. Horacio Capel Sáez Presidente/a
  2. Rafael Valls Montés Secretario/a
  3. César A. Cascante Fernández Vogal
  4. José Fernando Vera Rebollo Vogal
  5. Manuel Figuerola Palomo Vogal

Tipo: Tese

Teseo: 65802 DIALNET


The main objective of the present research is the creation of a partial curriculum for the knowledge of the facet leisure/ consumption within a framework towards the study of problems. It represents one of the several possible developments of the bill of minimal contents issued by the Ministry. It is divided in two volumes: theoretical foundation and practical proposition. The first volume starts with the analysis of the curricular change and of the teaching of social sciences which have occurred since the 1970 law of general education to the educational reform of the nineties. Them we study the curricular materials made by several groups of people who approach the teaching of the social sciences in relation to current, relevant problems. Finally we present the foundation, the previous work, the relevance and the teaching design of the facet leisure/consumption. The second volume is made up of three teaching units with their respective teacher¿s books and student¿s workbooks. The first one is aimed at the second cycle of compulsory secondary education ( the field of geography, history and social sciences) and the other two are intended for the ¿ bachillerato ¿(the subjects of geography, economics and history)The first one, from travelers to tourists is structural and studies the various social, cultural and technical factors which have brought about the phenomenon of mass tourism. The second one growth fanaticism, regional economic disparities and the tourist pattern in Spain is thematic and deals with the main changes in the economic structure, as well as with the processes of the ordering of the land in Spain since 1960 as a previous step to the study of the development of tourism. The third one, Spain is thirsty agriculture, tourism and water has an exemplifying character and approaches the main problems which face hydraulic planning in Spain taking as a point of reference the social debate that took place in the aftermath of the last period of drought and the presentation of the national hydraulic plan. We also analyse at a regional scale some aspects of the insertion of tourism in the territory and especially the competition for the use of the water.