Lessons in Local History and Geography
by Society's Committee on New Materials of Instruction - 1920
The local environment of the school, both physical and social, is sure to yield abundant material if teachers will only follow the examples given in the last two sections, where it was shown that whole books can be compiled. That there is not enough for a book need not discourage anyone. Single lessons added to the material in ordinary textbooks will always helpto enliven instruction. In this section some examples will be given of such single lessons dealing with local environment.
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