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New movements in the study and teaching of history. Edited by Martin Ballard.


Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1970] .
ISBN 0253340209

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Subjects Geschichtsstudium.
Geschichtsunterricht.
Histoire -- EĢtude et enseignement.
History -- Study and teaching.
Description vi, 234 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Change and the curriculum, by M. Ballard.--World history in the schools, by W. McNeill.--Prejudice and the teaching of history, by C.L. Hannam.--Black history, by D.W. Hoover.--Widening our historical horizon, by A. Toynbee.--Twentieth-century history, by D.C. Watt.--Economic history--direct and oblique, by P. Mathias.--Population family and household, by E.A. Wrigley.--Local history, by R. Douch.--American history, by M. Cunliffe.--History and the social sciences, by D. Heater.--History and biology, by C.D. Darlington.--Piaget and thinking in history, by R.N. Hallam.--The project method, by S. Ferguson.--The uses and abuses of examinations, by W. Lamont.--Original sources in the classroom, by P. Bamford.--A practical approach, by C.C. Bayne-Jardine.--What sort of history should we teach? By G.R. Elton.
Genre Aufsatzsammlung.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)220882
(OCoLC)ocm00220882
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WorldCat Identities Ballard, Martin.
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