|PART I IDENTIFYING THE SOCIAL STUDIES||1|
|Chapter 1 Definitions and Goals of Social Studies||3|
|1 Studies of Human Relationships||3|
|3 History as the Central Theme||19|
|4 Geography as the Coordinating Study||23|
|5 Suggested Further Reading||28|
|Chapter 2 Growth of Social Studies in American Schools||30|
|1 Curricular History of Social Studies in the United States||30|
|2 Present Modal Offerings||39|
|3 Possible Future Trends||50|
|4 Suggested Further Reading||53|
|5 Suggested Activities for Further Study||54|
|PART II THE LEARNING PROCESS||57|
|Chapter 3 Social Learning and the Individual||59|
|1 Objectives of Social Studies||59|
|2 Attitudes and Behavior||71|
|3 Suggested Further Reading||77|
|Chapter 4 The Ideal and the Community||78|
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Book title: Teaching Secondary School Social Studies.
Contributors: James F. High - Author.
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1962.
Page number: ix.
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