Specifically designed for busy teachers who have responsibility for co- ordinating a subject area within their primary school. Each volume in the series conforms to a concise style, while providing a wealth of tips, case studies and photocopiable material that teachers can use immediately.
Designed for teachers with little subject knowledge or experience in history, this book provides trainees with the confidence they need to teach primary history. It provides step-by-step guidance on how to create, plan, develop, organize and assess teaching activities in primary history.
Supporting great history teaching: developing confident, articulate and successful historians. Our new resources* include 16 Student Books - one for every option in the Edexcel GCSE (9-1) History specification - for first teaching from September 2016.
This book examines how Nazism took shape in the classroom and offers a compelling new analysis of Nazi educational policy. The author convincingly argues that in order to understand National Socialism, we need to understand its policies on youth.
In the 21st century, especially for those of an English-speaking Christian background, religion is not very central to life. But English society is the way it is largely because of the changes brought about under the Tudors and this title explores how the modern world has evolved.
Kate Pankhurst, descendent of Emmeline Pankhurst, has created this wildly wonderful and accessible book about women who really changed the world. Discover fascinating facts about some of the most amazing women who changed the world we live in. Fly through the sky with the incredible explorer Amelia Earhart, and read all about the Wonderful Adventures of Mary Seacole with this fantastic full colour book. Bursting full of beautiful illustrations and astounding facts, Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World is the perfect introduction to just a few of the most incredible women who helped shaped the world we live in. List of women featured: Jane Austen, Gertrude Ederle, Coco Chanel, Frida Kahlo, Marie Curie, Mary Anning, Mary Seacole, Amelia Earhart, Agent Fifi, Sacagawa, Emmeline Pankhurst, Rosa Parks, Anne Frank
In 1914, the murder of Archduke Franz Ferdinand sparked off the most destructive conflict the world had ever seen. This is the story of the First World War, and the people who lived and died fighting in it. This title is part of the Usborne Reading Programme developed with reading experts from the University of Roehampton.
Board games have been played since prehistoric times, passing from person to person and country to country all over the world. This colourful and unique book explains the origins of five of the most long-lasting games, with five fold out game boards and rules so that you can play the games yourself.
Lets you step back in time to North America when the Sioux, Blackfoot and other tribes roamed the Great Plains. This title features 15 practical projects that draw you into the Native American lifestyle, showing how to build a real-life tipi, create a pictograph story, or join in a Sioux war dance with your very own ankle bells and dance wand.
Since ancient times, the pundits have lamented young people's lack of historical knowledge and warned that ignorance of the past surely condemns humanity to repeating its mistakes. This book demolishes the conventional notion that there is one true history and one best way to teach it.
Now in its third edition, History 5-11 aims to make teaching about the past exciting and stimulating for both teachers and children. History 5-11 contains case studies, lesson planning guidance and methods to develop pupils' historical understanding, and offers creative and innovative ways to teach the subject of history.
* Provides assessment of current scope and nature of history in Higher Education* Addresses topical subject from wide, international perspectives* Offers practical advice as well as theoretical discussion of issues* Includes articles on race, gender, distance learning and multi--media use. .
This accessible and innovative guide to helping young children explore their past through their environment, family history and story supports both new and experienced early years practitioners in developing young children's sense of identity.
With lesson plans, advice on planning educational trips, homework suggestions and tips for assessment and marking; this guide provides teachers with practical advice on various aspects of teaching history in secondary schools. It is split into separate sections for teaching ages 11-14 and pupils aged 14-16.