Courses of Study and Methods in Safety Education: Junior High Schools
by Idabelle Stevenson — 1926
The materials and the methods for teaching safety in the junior high school are in general similar to those described so fully in the preceding chapter dealing with the elementary grades, save that naturally the content may be of a more advanced type and that greater emphasis may be placed on the development of civic consciousness and responsibility.
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