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Encyclopaedia of Teaching Social Studies (3 Vols-Set)

M A Khan

ISBN 10: 8171697925 / ISBN 13: 9788171697922
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Contents: Vol. I. Teaching of Social Studies: Preface. 1. Teaching writing through history. 2. Student reports and the social studies. 3. The use of outline maps. 4. Using maps and diagrams more effectively. 5. Developing problem-solving skills. 6. The mechanics of discussion. 7. The debate: valid teaching method? 8. Teaching research techniques in the social studies. 9. Ask the right questions! 10. Using poetry to vitalise history. 11. Music and the teaching of American history. 12. Games as a teaching technique. 13. Case study methods in social studies. 14. Teaching of controversial issues. 15. Social studies laboratory. 16. The textbook: tool or taskmaster? 17. Using projective pictures. 18. Using microfilms to teach American history. 19. Problems and practices in social studies evaluation. 20. The evaluation of citizenship. 21. Neglected resource: the essay question. 22. Improving classroom testing. 23. Emerging issues and strategies for change. 24. History and social sciences: reflections and recommendations. 25. Let's abolish history courses. 26. Bruner on new social studies: a critique. 27. Social studies curriculum reform. 28. Time for a national effort to develop the social studies curriculum. Index.Vol. II. Teaching Social Studies in Elementary Schools: Preface. 1. Social studies in the elementary school curriculum. 2. Three views of the problem of instruction. 3. On reconstructing the social studies. 4. Why teach the social studies: some aims and goals. 5. Reading skills in the social studies. 6. Recent developments in social studies instruction. 7. The development of social studies units. 8. Individualising instruction in social studies. 9. Teaching children the use of globes and maps. 10. Helping children interpret graphs, charts and cartoons. 11. Reading social studies materials. 12. Geographical elements in the social studies programme. 13. Historical elements in the social studies. 14. Teaching of current affairs. Index.Vol. III. Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools: 1. Sociology in the secondary school curriculum. 2. Psychology and the social studies. 3. Uses of social science. 4. What is social study? 5. The social studies versus the social sciences. 6. World history in the curriculum. 7. Selection, organisation and placement of subject-matter in history. 8. Political science in the social studies. 9. Geography in the curriculum. 10. Economics: conceptions and misconceptions. 11. Anthropology and the social studies. 12. Selection and use of instructional materials. 13. Planning the social studies programme. 14. Citizenship goals for a new age. 15. The role of the social studies. 16. Philosophy and the social studies. 17. The interdisciplinary approach to teaching social studies. 18. The social science disciplines and the social studies. 19. Categories of social science instruction. 20. The classroom guest. 21. Using novels in history class. 22. Using speeches to enrich history instruction. 23. Guidelines for selecting, planning, conducting and evaluating field trips. Index."Teaching social studies at all levels, elementary secondary or senior secondary, needs to develop social consciousness and social awareness among students."This is to be done both at the theoretical level as well as at the practical level."The development of a school museum is an interesting project, which will give practical knowledge to the students about the problems of social development."Previously history, geography and civics were taught as different subjects, but gradually it was realized that the social environment of children involves the study of history, geography and civics and the involvement of students in this evolving process will prove to be of immense value."The environmentalists now a days are trying to involve students in the study and maintenance of ecological balance."Now a days the role of teaching social studies has assumed new dimensions. The falling standards of ecology and the pollution level increasing. N° de ref. de la librería 49526

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