Teaching History in East Africa
by Michael Twaddle - 1965
The author reflects on his own experiences with teaching History in Uganda and Tanganyika. This essay deals with the questions raised by the necessity to train young Africans to take a Cambridge Higher School Certificate Examination. Can local history and oral tradition substitute for the study of the British Constitution and the Tudor kings? What should?
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