Teaching Secondary School Social Studies

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Index
Academic freedom, 125, 459
threat to, 128
Achievement tests, 424 ff.
Administration, United States government, 271
Advanced placement, 190
Africa, 381
Age of Reason, 377
Anthropology, 13, 18, 123, 348, 375
Arithmetic, 321
geography problems in, 323
Asia, 381, 401
Assignments, 453
specific character of, 232
Aswan Dam, 381
Atlases, 198, 238, 360
Audio-visual aids, 191 ff.
bibliography of, 205
charts and graphs, 373
dioramas and models, 198
Eastman Kodak Company services, 194
Life-Time services, 195
maps, charts, globes, 195 ff.
sound, 200 ff.
storage of, 159
Authority, 83, 418
Authority, of the teacher, 141
sources of, 254
Automation, 374
Axial tilt of the earth, 322
angle of incidence because of, 323
Banking, 376
Beard, Charles A., 7 n. 2, 93, 95, 256 n. 5, 313
Behavior, evaluation of, 420
Berkeley, Bishop George, 213
Berkson, I. B., The Ideal and the Community, 90, 124
Bestor, Arthur, The Restoration of Learning, 90
Bibliographical note cards, 103-104
Bibliography, audio-visual, 205
critical thinking, 203
economics, 388 ff.
geography, 356 ff.
history, 237 ff.
American, 236 ff.
on gathering information, 112-113
political science, 295 ff.
professional materials, 457, 466 ff.
teacher preparation, 137-138
teaching method, 178-179

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