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Comparison of the Effectiveness of Modern and Traditional Methods of Teaching the Social Studies in the Eighth Grade

By John Dewitt Matzinger


The problem of this study was to determine, if possible, whether any significant difference in achievement existed when eighth-grade social studies were taught by two distinct methods, namely, the traditional and the progressive

Topics: eighth grade, social studies, teaching methods, educational achievement, Social sciences -- Study and teaching (Middle school)
Publisher: North Texas State Teachers College
Year: 1949
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Provided by: UNT Digital Library
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