Primary History 56

Journal

HA, last updated: 7th December 2010

History & Literacy...

04 Editorial: History is Literacy: Pupils 'Doing History' with printed and written sources

05 in my view: Reading the Past: Written and printed sources - John Fines

08 in my view : Difficult and challenging reading: Genre, text and multi-modal sources - text breaker - Jon Nichol

10 Printed pictures with text: Using cartoons as historical evidence - Jane Card

12 Doing history in the early years and foundation stage: Developing early historical understanding through the promotion of talk and thinking skills using a picturebook - Christine Screech

14 Local history: young children using written, printed and multimodal sources - Jo Barkham

16 Why did you write it like a story rather than just saying the information? - Penelope Harnett

18 Using classic fiction to support the study of childhood in Victorian times - Ann Cowling

20 THINK BUBBLE: Provisional knowledge - Peter Vass

21 ‘DOING HISTORY' with written and printed sources: Overview and summary

22 Planning primary history: 2010/11 ACADEMIC YEAR - Tim Lomas

23 Written and printed sources

24 UPDATE

25 Using a range of sources of information, including written sources, to create historical resources: working with trainee teachers - Sarah Whitehouse

28 Case study 1: LEARNING TO ENGAGE WITH DOCUMENTS THROUGH ROLE PLAY - Hilary Cooper

31 Case study 2: READING SOURCES USING TEXTBREAKER: THEORY INTO PRACTICE. THE END OF ROMAN BRITAIN: A PICTURE AND A DIFFICULT AND CHALLENGING TEXT - Jon Nichol

34 Case study 3: READING SOURCES AND BRINGING THE PAST TO LIFE: COMICS, THE MR MEN AND PLUTARCH'S ARCHIMEDES - Cathie McIlroy

36 Case study 4: BRINGING AN INFORMATION TEXT TO LIFE: PETS IN THE BLITZ - Ruth Cuhls

38 Case study 5: DIG IT: LITERACY, ICT, ARCHAEOLOGY AND HISTORY - Marion Green

40 A view from the classroom - Cathie Mcllroy

41 Case study 6: THE PASSING OF HARRY PATCH: AN INTEGRATED LITERACY AND HISTORY UNIT OF WORK - Jane Carter

44 Resources, reading and Internet Links - Jacqui Dean

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