Teaching History 182: A Sense of Period

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 19th April 2021

In this edition of Teaching History

02 Editorial: A Sense of Period (Read article for free)

HA Secondary News

04 HA Update

08 Exploring the ‘remembered’: using oral history to enhance a local history partnership – Emily Toettcher and Eliza West (Read article)

16 Triumphs Show: A public lecture series: a peek behind the scenes of academic history – Anna Lovelock (Read article)

20 Does it matter who Vesalius’s favourite lecturer was? Using individuals’ stories to help GCSE students to explain change and causation – Matthew Fearns-Davies (Read article)

31 What Have Historians Been Arguing About... medieval science and medicine? – Seb Falk (Read article)

36 Deepening Year 9’s knowledge for better causation arguments: using greater detail to push students to reason with given causal categories – Alexia Michalaki (Read article)

50 What’s The Wisdom On... Consequence (Read article)

56 ‘One big cake’: in what ways does substantive knowledge of the ‘mid-Tudor crisis’ emerge in the writing of Year 7 students? – Jack Mills (Read article)

64 The mechanics of history: helping A-level students to uncover the processes of claim construction that underpin different interpretations – Holly Hiscox (Read article)

76 Move Me On (Read article)

80 Mummy Mummy…

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Teaching History includes a number of regular features for history teachers including What's the Wisdom on...?, What have historians been arguing about...?, Cunning Plan and Move Me On. You can access past editions of these here 

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