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Article

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Educational Foundations and Curriculum

Publication Date

2-1-1935

Abstract

Opinion seems to be well divided as to the shortcomings of World History. Some believe that it is a mistake to attempt to cover so much history in the time allotted. Others contend that poor teaching is the greatest obstacle. Obviously, both views have some merit. However, there is another reason that is not generally given that may come nearer reaching the source of the trouble. It may be that the starting point in World History is too far removed from the student's interest.

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This article was originally published in Washington Education Journal.

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Washington Education Journal

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