Teaching History 192: Breadth

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 6th October 2023

In this edition of Teaching History

03 Editorial (Read article)

04 HA Secondary News

06 1093 and all that: broadening Year 7’s British history horizons with Welsh medieval sources – Holly Hiscox (Read article)

18 Why I teach pupils things I don’t need them to remember forever: the role of takeaways in shaping a history curriculum – Jonathan Grande (Read article)

31 Triumphs Show: How typical? Year 9 balance micro- and macronarratives of the Holocaust – Ed Durbin and Maia Stevenson (Read article)

34 Midwives of the revolution: how representing women can convey a more complex narrative of the Russian Revolution to Year 9 – Barbara Trapani (Read article)

44 What Have Historians Been Arguing About... the history of Australia – Anna Clark (Read article)

48 ‘This place has great capabilities for improvement’: why history teachers should not be afraid to venture into the long eighteenth century – Rhian Fender and Steven Ragdale (Read article)

59 Imagining cities: exploring historical sites as contested spaces by engaging with conversations between past and present – Geraint Brown and Matthew Stanford (Read article)

65 Cunning Plan: A suggested itinerary for visiting Berlin – Geraint Brown and Matthew Stanford (Read article)

68 Broadening horizons: using cross curricular conversations to support historical understanding – Vicky Bettney and Nicole Ridley (Read article)

84 Move Me On: trainee uses examples of diverse experiences in the past to generate student interest, but with no analytical focus (Read article)

88 Mummy, Mummy...

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

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