ERIC Number: ED054987
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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United States History. Part 2. Grade 10.
Oklahoma City Public School System, OK.
In this second semester teaching guide for a United States history course for grades 9 and 10, the problems and issues relating to the diplomatic history and social changes in the United States before 1900 are covered. Because it is helpful to know the sources of history and the historical methods of discovering history, this teaching guide is designed to promote critical thinking, inquiry, and problem solving skills. In addition to the overall course objectives described in the guide for the first semester, SO 001 271, there are three additional problem solving objectives: 1) to explain the problem identified in each lesson; 2) to suggest possible and reasonable solutions; and, 3) to predict consequences of the proposed solution. Specific questions or topics are included for class discussion, guest speakers, student reporting, role of playing, demonstrations, creative dramatics, and display making. The content of the 31 lessons, learning activities, texts, and other resources are outlined in detail. The third semester guide is SO 001 273. (SBE)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Oklahoma City Public School System, OK.
Identifiers: Historical Methods