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"Homemaking courses, in harmony with all of the other courses in which the students participate in high school, should contribute to the maximum extent possible in the development of their personalities. Typically such courses are taught in ways which involve pupils at a minimum in determining the purposes which the course should serve and the appropriate activities for pupils to engage in to achieve these purposes. This study is an effort to test the hypothesis that more effective learning, with respect to the objectives stated above, will occur if pupils are involved more directly in the determination of the purposes to be achieved by a course, and the activities appropriate for achieving those purposes. Stated more specifically, the purpose of this study is to test the hypothesis that pupils learn more effectively when taught through processes involving pupil-teacher planning than when taught through processes which place all responsibility for planning on the teacher"--Introduction.
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