Teaching History 143: Constructing Claims

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 21st June 2011

Constructing Claims

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 Gary Howells - Why was Pitt not a mince pie? Enjoying argument without end: creating confident historical readers at A Level (Read article)

15 Jane Card - Seeing the point: using visual sources to understand the arguments for women's suffrage (Read article)

20 Cunning Plan: Constructing historical claims about the British Empire - Laura Fyson (Read article)

22 Mary Partridge - A ‘surprising shock' in the cathedral: getting Year 7 to vocalise responses to the murder of Thomas Becket (Read article)

32 Arthur Chapman - Time's arrows? Using a dartboard scaffold to understand historical action (Read article)

39 Peter Lee and Denis Shemilt - The concept that dares not speak its name: Should empathy come out of the closet? (Read article)

50 Polychronicon: The Balfour Declaration - James Renton (Read article)

52 Elisabeth Pickles - Assessment of students' uses of evidence: shifting the focus from processes to historical reasoning (Read article)

60 Move Me On: Trainee tries to tackle everything at once (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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