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There is an absolutely wonderful textbook "social studies" edited by Klimenko and Romanina. In my opinion, this book is very famous, its teachers actively recommend it, and not in vain. Give an outline and teach, since everything is written as clearly as possible. Get to know the constitution better - it will definitely come in handy; read articles on economics - will help with an essay; refresh your knowledge of history in your head. And, of course, decide on the options - the more the better. Stuff your hand! The main thing in this business is to press the ass to the chair and you will succeed.
What do you need to effectively teach social studies?
8 rules from znautvse.com.
1) Great attention should be paid to the purpose of our subject. Social science is a practical discipline, therefore any theoretical position must also be empirical, i.e. life, proven experience. Try to look for examples from history and life for any judgment, this is very valuable!
2) In social science, all concepts are actually in connection with each other: there are main and secondary ones. Always try to correlate, compare, think over connections. It is necessary to begin to comprehend and study the subject from the most important.
3) We have a rule: "Study social facts as things." This means that you need to get used to thinking causes and effects in the language of our subject, for example, explaining a high level of electoral activity by changes in the political culture of society.
4) Do not try to explain the term using it. You cannot say "society is a social phenomenon ..." when you define it.
5) Quality literature plays a very important role. Almost all manuals, by and large, are not very suitable for independent training. Unfortunately, we still have a real trouble with this. But there is still something.
6) The student of social studies should try to constantly critically reflect on what is happening in society. Ultimately, his task is to learn to explain the surrounding life in terms of the subject.
7) You need to understand that almost all the terms that are in the subject are also found in ordinary language (society, law, etc.). However, their meanings in everyday life and in science are completely different. Therefore, many tend to underestimate social science, believing that they "know" what a "social role" or "nation" is. There are also special terms that are not found in everyday life, for example, "conformal behavior", but there are still not so many of them.
8) You need to periodically train in conditions as close as possible to real ones: take a trial exam, receive an objective assessment of their knowledge from subject matter experts in order to see weaknesses, the progress of knowledge in dynamics.