I= CURRICULUM PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE WESTERN UNIT OF PAKISTAN WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO MATHEMATICS
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Title of Thesis
CURRICULUM PRINCIPLES APPLIED TO HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE WESTERN UNIT OF PAKISTAN WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO MATHEMATICS

Author(s)
Fazal Muhammad Khan
Institute/University/Department Details
University Of The Punjab
Session
1960
Subject
Education
Number of Pages
565
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
curriculum principles, high schools , educational implications, mathematics, university, board of education, board of secondary education, curriculum planning, students, educationist, teacher, text books

Abstract
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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1 - 11
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  1.1 The Necessity Of A Change In Curriculum 1
  1.2 The Present Problem 3
  1.3 Method And Procedure Of Research 8
  1.4 Scope Of The Thesis 10
3 2 Background 12 €“ 51
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  2.1 Establishment Of Pakistan (Educational Perspective ) 12
  2.2 The Western Unit Of Pakistan 19
  2.3 Administrative Set Up Of Education In The Province Of West Pakistan 24
  2.4 Universities And Boards Of Education Refereed To In The Thesis 25
  2.5 The Growth Of High Schools In The Western Unit 38
  2.6 Special Importance Of The Board Of Secondary Education, Lahore 43
  2.7 Terms Used 45
4 3 Development Of Curriculum For High Schools 52 €“ 112
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  3.1 Retrospective View 52
  3.2 Trend After The Establishment Of Pakistan 92
5 4 Principles Of Curriculum Planning 113 €“ 171
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  4.1 Nature Of Curriculum 113
  4.2 Social Changes And Curriculum Planning 119
  4.3 Learning As Mental Discipline 127
  4.4 The Pupil As A Factor In Curriculum Planning 137
  4.5 Special Abilities 151
  4.6 Basic Philosophies Of Education 160
6 5 Curriculum Of The Comprehensive High School . 172 €“ 198
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  5.1 Meaning Of The Term 172
  5.2 The Comprehensive High School Typical American Institution 174
  5.3 Philosophy Of The Comprehensive High School 174
  5.4 Development Of The Comprehensive High School 175
  5.5 The Distinctive Features Of The Comprehensive High School 180
  5.6 Educational Implications For Pakistan 185
7 6 The Place Of Mathematics In The Curriculum Of High Schools 199 €“ 227
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  6.1 Condition Before The Establishment Of Pakistan 199
  6.2 Conditions After The Establishment Of Pakistan 200
  6.3 Branches Of Mathematics Taught 202
  6.4 Factors Leading To The Place Of Mathematics In The List Of Elective Subjects 207
  6.5 Arguments Of The Board Of Secondary Education Lahore For Making Mathematics Elective 209
  6.6 The Decision Of The Board Of Secondary Education, Lahore , Regarding Mathematics Modified 210
  6.7 Development Of The Syllabus In Mathematics 212
  6.8 The Syllable In Mathematics In Vogue At Present 221
  6.9 Conclusions 226
8 7 The Attitude Of Students Towards Mathematics 228 €“ 255
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  7.1 Details Of The Investigations 228
  7.2 Relative Popularity Of Different 231
  7.3 Impressions Of Students Who Liked Mathematics 234
  7.4 Causes Of Aversion Towards Mathematics 241
  7.5 Some Interesting Remarks 255
9 8 View Of Educationists Towards The Status Of Mathematics 256 €“ 324
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  8.1 Views Stated 256
  8.2 Arguments In Favour Of Making Mathematics Elective 261
  8.3 Arguments In Favour Of Making Mathematics Compulsory 282
  8.4 Arguments In Favfour Of Bifurcating Mathematics 315
10 9 Attitude Of The Teachers Of Mathematics Towards The Syllabus In Mathematics 325 €“ 338
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11 10 Solution Of The Controversy Regarding The Syllabus In Mathematics 339 €“ 367
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  10.1 How To Settle The Controversy 339
  10.2 Minimum Of Mathematics Required By Every Citizen 340
  10.3 Nature Of The Subject Matter 347
  10.4 Times Required For Covering The Compulsory Course 353
  10.5 Final Solution 354
  10.6 Bifurcation The Most Logical Course 356
  10.7 The Actual Syllabus For Classes Ix And X 357
12 11 The Syllabus In Mathematics For Girl €“ Students 368 €“ 396
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  11.1 The Present Condition 368
  11.2 Attitude Of Girls Towards Mathematics
 
  11.3 Relative Popularity Of Different Subjects Among Girls 372
  11.4 A Comparative Study Of Relative Boys And Girls 374
  11.5 Views Of Women Educationalists Towards The Status Of Mathematics For Girls 375
  11.6 Attitude Of Women Teachers Of Mathematics Towards The Syllabus In Arithmetic And Household Accounts 380
  11.7 Basic Principles Governing The Curriculum For Girls 387
  11.8 Suggested Compulsory Course In Mathematics For Girls 388
  11.9 Duration Of The Compulsory Course 392
  11.10 Conclusions 393
  11.11 Institution Of A Separate Course In Mathematics For Girls 395
13 12 The Teacher And The Text Book €“ The Teaching Technique 397 - 435
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  12.1 The Teacher 397
  12.2 Use Of Unit Method Of Teaching 416
  12.3 Text Books 419
  12.4 Examinations In Mathematics 430
14 13 Summary, Conclusions And Recommendations 436 €“ 445
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15 14 Bibliography and Appendix
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  14.1 Bibliography i
  14.2 Appendix 1 (Districts and Divisions of west Pakistan ) xxi
  14.3 Appendix II (Opinions of educationists ) xxii
  14.4 Appendix III (Syllabi in mathematics ) xxiv
  14.5 Appendix IV (Topics pertaining to questions in algebra ) xiiv
  14.6 Appendix V (Questionnaires ) xIviii
  14.7 Appendix VI (calculation of relative popularity) xIii
  14.8 Appendix VII (Comparative study of syllabi ) Ivi
  14.9 Appendix VIII (Forms of proofs ) Ixi
  14.10 Appendix IX (A complete testing program ) Ixiii
  14.11 Appendix X (Age of matriculates ) Ixxiii
  14.12 Appendix XI (Analysis of question papers in com ) Ixxiv