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Sophia Austral

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Abstract

VILLALON-GALVEZ, Gabriel; CAVIERES-FERNANDEZ, Eduardo  and  VASQUEZ-LEYTON, Gabriela. Connecting the teaching of the National Independence with socially relevant issues for the formation of citizens. Sophia Austral [online]. 2020, n.26, pp.33-50. ISSN 0719-5605.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-56052020000200033.

The goal of this study is to analyze, from the perspective of a History teacher from the city of Arica, the connection that she establishes between History teaching, the teaching contents on the National Independence and relevant issues for the citizenship education of her students. Based on our findings, we discuss the relevance of particular ways of teaching History for establishing connections with the students, and how this helps to connect historical contents that are more distant in time with socially relevant issues that contribute to their citizenship formation.

Keywords : History Teachers, History Teaching, Teaching of the National Independence; Socially Relevant Issues, Citizenship Education.

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