:: Volume 6, Issue 21 (Cultural History Studies 2014) ::
CHS 2014, 6(21): 47-69 Back to browse issues page
The reflection of Sira of Muhammad, the Prophet, (God's Blessing and Peace be upon him) in the content of High School Textbooks, Experimental Sciences and Math/Physics Specialties, 2012-2013 School Year
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Paying attention to Sira of the holy prophet is considered as one of highest goals of ministry of Education in the education of children and adolescents in Iran. In the official education system, textbooks are considered as proper context for introducing and educating religious thoughts. This research is trying to survey the of reflection of data about Sira of prophet in High School Textbooks, Experimental Sciences and Math/Physics Specialties, 2012-2013 School Year by using quantitative methods and frequency assessment. In this research, the frequency of data, the kind of narrative and references are studied. The result of the research show that in the Experimental Sciences Specialties between the sum of 6151 pages and in the Math/Physics Specialties between the sum of 6508 pages, only 212 pages in each specialties are related to the reflection of Sira of the prophet. Most of the content related to the Sira of the prophet in the textbooks is without citing the source (44.29), also in the kinds of narration of Sira, hadith took the greater percentage (47.03) and the fictional narrative in spite of its high educational capacity has been used less (17.8).
Keywords: Keywords: Sira of the Holy Prophet, Textbooks, High School Period, Experimental Sciences Specialties, Math/Physics Specialties.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2015/02/7 | Accepted: 2015/02/7 | Published: 2015/02/7


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