The aim of this study is examining social studies curriculum differences and similarities between 2005 and 2017. The study was designed as qualitative research and document analysis was used as a data collection tool, also 2005 curriculum and the 2017 curriculum were examined. The relevant documents were analyzed by descriptive methods. Each section of the curriculum is primarily evaluated within itself, and then the differences and similarities between the curriculums were examined. In the light of the findings, in the 2005 curriculum, concepts such as interdisciplinary, extracurricular activities, warnings, in-class association, concept teaching and interdisciplinary relations are included while none of these concepts are included in 2017 curriculum. 15 goals, 6 learning areas, 13 skills and 16 values are common in both curriculums. No information is provided about an element included or excluded from the 2017 curriculum. In general terms, the 2017 curriculum seems to be a simple version of the 2005 curriculum. There is no bibliography in the 2017 social studies curriculum. Needs analysis and program development processes were not given in both curricula.
Social studies, values, curriculum, skills
|Author :||Deniz TONGA|
|Number of pages:||83-100|