Young people living with dire situations tell their heart-warming stories in their own words. This is combined with facts, timelines, statistics and reports by governments and aid agencies. This story tells the life of Ira. Curriculum Links: PHSE & Citizenship KS2/KS3 Geography KS3.
Explores the teaching of history in American high schools during the past half-century. Drawing on his early career experience as a high school history educator and his more recent work as a historian of US education policy and practice, Larry Cuban examines how determined reformers have and have not changed the teaching of history.
Chris Runeckles' Making Every History Lesson Count: Six principles to support great history teaching offers lasting solutions to age-old problems and empowers history teachers with the confidence to bring their subject to life.
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.
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 guide offers the clear revision approach of Recap, Apply, and Review and step-by-step exam practice strategies for all AQA question types, giving you the confidence that students will succeed in their exams.
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To learn about the "Age of Revolutions" in Europe and the Americas is to engage with the emergence of the modern world. This book provides up-to-date content and perspectives, classroom-tested techniques, innovative ideas, and an exciting variety of pathways to introduce students to this complex era of history.
Contains the guidance and resources, which new and student history teachers need to reflect on and develop their teaching practice. This book is designed to be used independently or as an integrated extension of the popular textbook, "Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School", which provides detailed examples of theory in practice.
Presents studies that address students' ideas about time, evidence, significance, and agency, as well as classroom contexts of history education and broader social influences on students' and teacher's thinking. This book address three issues: theory, method, and context.
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.
Explores the use and potential of ICT in the secondary history curriculum, and offers theory and practical advice to help secondary history teachers use ICT effectively. This book is suitable for the secondary history teachers, trainee teachers, and upper primary school teachers.
This study guide is written for student teachers and newly-qualified and returning teachers. It covers the teaching of all aspects of history in the primary school, including the use of artefacts, visits, visual and written sources, drama, photographs and websites.
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.
A study of a Tudor farmhouse. There are photographs showing children exploring a genuine Tudor farmhouse, where they handle artefacts and reproductions of historical objects such as clothing and cooking utensils. The text should be suitable for National Curriculum History at Key Stage 2.
Adopted by The Open University, this reader traces the development of school history up to and including the National Curriculum and takes a thorough look at the issues involved in teaching history today.
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.
A guide to developing and using online resources in history teaching. It offers advice that helps the history teacher develop online assignments, and provides an introduction to the myriad resources and tools available for use in the online classroom.
* 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.
An examination of how high-quality history teaching and learning can be achieved in universities worldwide. The text draws on a wide range of international research as well as the reflections and experiences of university historians, linking theory and practice.
This title covers all the elements of Primary History that teachers need to know. KS1 topics are based around themes such as Holidays, Homes, and the Great Fire of London. KS2 topics include: Ancient Egypt, Ancient Greece, Aztecs, Roman Britain, The Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, The Tudors, The Victorians, Britain since 1930, and Local History projects.
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.
A new title in Young Reading, Series Three. Aimed at children whose reading ability and confidence allows them to tackle longer and more complex stories. A fascinating look at The Second World War and its causes and effects across the world.
A wonderful opportunity to travel back in time and peer inside the fascinating daily life of the Ancient Romans. Lots of flaps on every page reveal rich details of interiors and the inner workings of a Roman town.