Primary History 54

Journal

HA, last updated: 8th August 2010

‘Doing History' with artefacts and objects

Editorial

05 in my view:Artefacts in history education - Yosanne Vella

06 in my view:‘Doing history' with objects - John Fines

08 in my view: Do we really need that wash board? - Penelope Harnett

09 THINK BUBBLE:Arte facts - Get my Meaning? - Peter Vass

10 A HISTORY OF THE WORLD 100 OBJECTS THAT TELL A STORY - The British Museum and the BBC

12 THROW AWAY THE OLD WORKSHEETS! - Jane Shuter

14 EXTENDING PRIMARY CHILDREN'S THINKING THROUG H THE USE OF ARTEFACTS - Yosanne Vella

18 A VIEW FROM THE KS1 CLASSROOM : INVESTIGATING AN ARTEFACT- Cathie McIlroy

19 Curriculum Update and Guidance: Primary History

23 HISTORY , ARTEFACTS AND STORY TELLING IN THE 2011 PRIMARY CURRICULUM - Grant Bage

25 ARTEFACTS AND ART FACTS:IMAGES AND SIR FRANCIS DRAKE - Jane Card

27 Case study 1: ARTEFACT HANDLING AT BRUNEL'S SS GR EAT BRITAIN... TOUCH, LOOK, LISTEN, SMELL - BUT PLEASE DON'T TASTE! - Helen Horler

31 Case study 2: ‘DOING HISTORY ' WITH OBJECTS: A MUSEUM 'S ROLE - Eleanor Markland

34 Case study 3: SUTTON HOO: CLASSROOM ARC HAEOLOGY IN THE DIGITAL AGE - Nuffield Primary History Project

38 Case study 4: TEACHING WORLD WAR I AND PROF ESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT - Hugh Moore and Sarah Ashcroft

40 Resources, READINGS AND INTERNET LINKS - Jacqui Dean

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