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Excerpt from My Worth to the World: Studies in Citizenship
The notebook-workbook. Cost has become a guiding factor in the selection of classroom texts and materials. To meet this condition and to supply within the confines of the text itself all the necessary directions, we have set up at the chapter ends a section devoted to teaching techniques. We call this the notebook-workbook because, by following directions, the individual student can create in a notebook (large or small, loose-leaf or bound) the equivalent of the formal workbook. If the teacher prefers to set up the vari ous exercises, found in the chapter - end teaching material, as assignments selected at random, without any idea of a~ notebook-workbook unit, this, of course, is equally possible.
The Vocabulary. The first item in the teaching tech nique is the civics vocabulary. It is one thing for a student to be able to spell and define new words and quite another for him to be able to use them properly. We have sug gested that each word be properly incorporated within a sentence written in the notebook-workbook. We advise.
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