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A Guide To Methods And Observation In History

Auhtor: Calvin Olin Davis

Language: english
Published: 1914

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Excerpts from the Book 'A Guide To Methods And Observation In History':

... of a general character. This fact explains the inclusion of such material as is found in the first few pages of the present booklet. In the hope, ...
... definition of history. II. Aspects of History. 1. Military. 2. Political and Constitutional. 3. Ecclesiastical. 4. Economic, Industrial, and ...
... works, biographies, and compendiums of history be used in the high school. 4. Is it practicable to have special reports from such sources made daily. 5. ...
... of existing social institutions, customs, beliefs: the idea of the 20th century. [1] The fundamental purpose of historical writing has ever been the ...
... Harvard established the first essorship in history (in the general sense of the term) in 1839, Jared Sparks being the first incumbent. (d) ...
... to attain their ends, i.e., it gives insight into character and hence makes social adjustment easier. (b) It develops tolerance for the opinions, convictions, ...
... many allusions in literature and current expressions. (b) It vitalizes geography. (c) It gives a perspective for viewing all other branches ...
... Are such interpretative means employed with sufficient frequency, completeness, variety, and clearness. 16. Does the teacher inspire patriotism. ...
... the trend of the future and to plan one's career accordingly. 32. From your observations do the teachers stress the events, or the motives, the ideals, ...
... sparingly, if at all. 4. Does the teacher observed stress dates sufficiently. Does she over-stress them. 5. Under what circumstances should a date ...
... Is it largely true that the personal or biographic appeals most to the child the speculative, to the boy the vitally and concretely ...
... making it an elective study. 10. Is the work in Advanced Civics presented in a separate course, or is it correlated and interwoven with the work in ...
... students. 5. Does she show distinctive qualities of leadership. 6. Has she evidently had a good general training in literature, sociology, philosophy, ...
... Is the assignment made so clearly and definitely that all pupils thoroughly understand what it is. What evidences have you that such is the case. 13. ...
... pupils coperate as a team-each seeking to contribute his portion freely and all aiming to attain a definite goal. 13. Does the recitation take on the ...
... seem to enjoy clean, harmless jokes and amusing incidents with her pupils. 36. Is everybody into the game all the time. 37. Is the aim of ...
... development, and purpose of such practices. 11. Are there mock elections, court trials, debates. XX. Some Principles of History Dogmatically Stated. 1. ...
... History. Ed. 29:140. Below, G. Die neue historische Methode. In Historische Zeitschrift, N. T. V. 45, pp. 193-273. Cheyney, E. P. What is History. ...
... Schools. Ed. Rev. 19:257. McMahon, E. History in our Public Schools. Ed. 23:109. Robinson, J. H. Relation of History to the Newer Sciences of Man. ...
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