Social Science; Practically !
“Man, the molecule of society, is the subject of social science”. — Henry Charles Carey
Social sciences help explain the world in which we live. Much like science teaches children to observe the physical, chemical and natural aspects of life, social science encourages children to open their minds to the many places humans live on this planet. Not only does the social science curriculum teach physical geography, but as children learn about different places, they also become aware of the many cultural differences of the world’s populations through the study of sociology and anthropology. As they learn more about cultural differences, children begin to find that there are a large number of cultural similarities as well. Social sciences helps students figure out their role in society as well as their place in history, children learn they are part of a larger societal organization that must have structure in order to operate for the good of all the people in the group. This basic sense of citizenship starts in the primary grades as children work to monitor classroom rules. Economic themes find their way into the social studies curriculum in a variety of ways. From the basic concept of want versus need taught in primary grades to advanced concepts such as global economic policy discussed in a senior school, economics is an integral part of social studies education.
Children who developed strong interest in social sciences, go on to build their careers in this field and become social scientist. We need people who will critically and analytically keep an eye on the technological advancement which have bewildering rang of ethical, legal and social issues. With knowledge and understanding of social science, and with all that it offers, we feel empowered to act for ourselves and influence decisions made on our behalf. There is a wide range of social scientists who work in economical, political, physiological, environmental, etc. domains. Social scientist provide the government with strong analysis’s and also bring to their notice social changes that need to be brought about. Social science experts also help to deal with health issues. Their study and research provides an insight to the people as to how their lifestyles and eating habits are deteriorating and how certain section of society is suffering and the their reasons, and lot more.
In the schools we have social science from class 6 to 10. If a child develops an interest, in social science, at a very young age, then he/she would always remain consciously aware off the environment. The concept of social science lab sessions in the schools is a very good way of making children come in touch with the subject practically. This widens there thinking ground and leads to development of critical, analytical, problem solving and decision making qualities. When children engage themselves in such activities it boosts their confidence too.
A good lab manual is like right food for right nutrition. It will guide the children throughout and also encourage them for independent self study. “Lab Manual for Social Science”, is book for the classes 9 and 10. It is prepared according to the latest syllabus prescribes by the CBSE. The materials presented in this book are strictly based on the latest syllabus and guidelines prescribed by the CCE. The content is designed to facilitate division of topics term wise. An assignment after completion of each term will help the students in learning, reading and recapitulation effectively.
This book has been written in such a way that it will help the children tremendously.
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