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Methods of Instruction in Social Studies Education
     

Methods of Instruction in Social Studies Education

by James L. Barth
 

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The field of social studies, like all other fields, is evolving and changing. Changes in the schools, in students, and in consequence teaching, require a constant revision of the method books that prepare teachers. This third edition is quite different from its predecessors and hopefully reflects what social studies teachers at all levels of instruction will need

Overview

The field of social studies, like all other fields, is evolving and changing. Changes in the schools, in students, and in consequence teaching, require a constant revision of the method books that prepare teachers. This third edition is quite different from its predecessors and hopefully reflects what social studies teachers at all levels of instruction will need to know during the decade of the 90s. Contents: Social Studies According to Teachers and Students; The Meaning of Social Studies; The Social Studies Interdisciplinary Integration Approach to Curriculum Development; What Research Suggests About Effective Teaching and Learning in Social Studies; Social Studies Methods, Techniques and Strategies; Questioning Technology and Instructional Resources; Reading Comprehension; Discipline; Social Studies for Special Students; Social Studies for the Disadvantaged; Identifying and Writing Behavioral Objectives; Identifying and Writing Teacher-made test Questions; Organizing to Unit and Daily Lesson Planning; and Practice Teaching: Micropeer-Teaching, Field Experience, and Student Teaching.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780819178664
Publisher:
UPA
Publication date:
01/28/1990
Series:
Social Studies Curriculum, Activities, and Materials Series
Edition description:
Third Edition
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

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Meet the Author

James L. Barth is Professor of Education and Chairman of the Department of Secondary Education at Purdue University.

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