Primary History 55

Journal

HA, last updated: 9th August 2010

Doing Local History

Editorial

05 In my view: 'Be bloody, bold and resolute'. Two possible interpretations of 'Local History' - Colin Richards

06 In my view: Doing local history - John Fines

08 In my view: Local history for children: Through the eyes of a B. Ed. Student - Tom Connelly

09 In my view: How can citizenship education contribute to effective local history? - Chris Waller

10 Think Bubble: Making up your own mind - Peter Vass

11 The history teacher's craft : ‘Doing Local History' DOING LOCAL HISTORY ' THROUGH THE EYES OF W.G. HOSKINS: MAXEY , A FENLAND VILLAGE

- W.G. Hoskins

15 LOCAL HISTORY FIELD WORK - TOP TEN POINTERS for success

- Nuffield Primary History Project

16 A local history toolkit

- Alf Wilkinson

18 BRANCHING OUT: LOCAL RAILWAY HISTORY - USING VISUAL SOURCES

- Jane Card

21 PLANNING FOR LOCAL HISTORY IN THE NEW CURR ICULUM: a teach er's perspective

- Barbara Sands

23 ‘DOING LOCAL HISTORY ' AND THE 2012 OLYMPICS

- Melanie Jones

25 A view from the classroom: Teachers TV, The Staffordshire Hoard And ‘Doing History'

- Cathie McIlroy

Introducing Teachers To Local History: The Fusehill Local History Project - Sue Temple

28 URBAN SPACES NEAR YOU - Jacqui Dean

29 Case study 1: SALTAIRE: PLANNING FOR AN EFFECTIVE LEARN ING EXPERIENCE ON A LIVING SITE - Bev Forrest

32 Case study 2: ORAL HISTORY: A SOURCE OF EVIDENCE FOR CHILDREN IN THE PRIMARY CLASSROOM - Mick Anderson

34 Case study 3: Using a local historical figure as a stimulus for history in the English National Curriculum: SAMUEL PLIMSOLL and BRISTOL - Ben Screech

36 Case study 4: 'Doing Local History' Through Maps And Drama - John Fines

40 Case study 5: ICT AND LOCAL HISTORY: THE BOLHAM QUEEN ELIZABETH II GO LDEN JUBILEE PRO JECT [BJP] 1952-2002

- Laura Austin

44 Resources, AND INTERNET LINKS

- Jacqui Dean

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