Printed Ideologies History Textbooks in Modern Era

  • Manvee Sharma
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  • Manvee Sharma

    Student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, India

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This research paper basically deals with learning and teaching of history in schools as a subject of curriculum. It highlights the scope of history as a subject and the sheer need of teaching it to students. There have been various criticisms regarding teaching history as deals with the past that has no use in the present. Indeed, it talks about past events but it relates them with contemporary ones. It teaches us to learn from the mistakes that our ancestors have already committed so that they we can avoid the worst consequences of those events, if any. This research paper also presents a vision as to what is expected from history teachers, how the school curriculum of history textbooks should be designed so that it is sounds more interesting to students and what all qualifications history teachers should have and goals that history should strive for.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 2365 - 2381


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