The Subject Matter of Safety Education
by Mary Noel Arrowsmith — 1926
The term "subject matter" is used in the sense of "content"—that is, the information regarding accidents and their prevention which the teacher must have as a background for her safety instruction. She must know the causes and frequency of commou accidents, the means of preventing them, and the types of accidents with which children in the various age groups are most likely to meet.
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