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METHODS FOR INCREASING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING HISTORY

Norkulov Dusmurat Tashpula-tovich; Norkulov Sukhrob Dusmura-tovich; Iskandarov Sherzod Abdi-ganievich; Alimova Sabokhat Gazievna; Gulyamova Aziza Nigmatovna; Ruziev Bobosher Usarovich; Utaev Gayrat Gaybullaevich

Many people think they know what history. They might then assume that they know what historical knowledge. History, they might say is about people in the past. Historical knowledge is simply knowing about people in the past. But it is not that easy. Some of the levels of historical knowledge include: what actually happened in the past; what historians claim they know about the past what teachers of history know about the past; what students know about the past (gained both outside and inside the classroom).

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