Publisher: Trieste Publishing
Product Dimensions: 6.14 x 9.21 inches
About the Book
Books on the Study and Teaching of History analyze the profession that discovers, researches and compiles documentary and other evidence relating to past events in order to understand historical processes. Teachers of history use a range of techniques to impart the knowledge of historical research to students of the subject.
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Books that contain Graduate School Guides provide prosective students with information about graduate programs, staff and post-graduate courses at universities. Titles include: Catalogue of the Graduate School of Theology, Graduate Courses. A Handbook for Graduate Students. For the Year 1896-7, The Graduate Handbook, No. 7, 1899, and Graduate Courses: A Handbook for Graduate Students with a List of Advanced Courses Announced by Nineteen Colleges or Universities of the United States for the Year, 1894-95.
And in this Book
Books that are Study Guides are used by students to improve their ability to assimilate knowledge in educational courses that they undertake, and may impart technical skills as well as time management and test strategies. Titles include: Algebra Made Easy, College Requirements in English Entrance Examinations, Famous Problems of Elementary Geometry, Special Method in Arithmetic, and How to Teach American History: A Handbook for Teachers and Students.
Trieste Publishing’s aim is to provide readers with the highest quality reproductions of fiction and non-fiction literature that has stood the test of time. Our titles are produced from scans of the original books and as a result may sometimes have imperfections. To ensure a high-quality product we have:
- thoroughly reviewed every page of all the books in the catalog
- repaired some of the text in some cases, and
- rejected titles that are not of the highest quality.
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