The History Curriculum in the Philippine Secondary Schools

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Strathmann, M. Kuniberta O.S.B.
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1947
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History is a moat fascinating subject, "the school of experience and judgment and one of the greatest teachers of truth.However, in too many cases it is made distasteful to the student. As Mother Stuart says:|"History has become names and dates, genealogies and summaries, hard pebbles instead of bread. It is unfair to children thus to prejudice them against a subject which thrills with human interest and touches human life at every turn, it is unfair to history to present it thus."|What are the reasons for such a state of affairs? They are many and they are different in different countries. In the Philippines the main reasons are besides poor teaching methods, a lack of concentration of the material and the amount of subject matter to be covered.
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Creighton University
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