Teaching History 148: Chattering Classes

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 17th September 2012

Chattering Classes

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 HA update

08 Richard Kerridge and Sacha Cinnamond - Talking with the ‘enemy': firing enthusiasm for history through international conversation and collaboration (Read article)

16 Triumphs Show 1: Collaborating to commemorate Olaudah Equiano - Dan Lyndon and Donald Cumming (Read article)

18 Keeley Richards - Avoiding a din at dinner or, teaching students to argue for themselves: Year 13 plan a historians' dinner party (Read article)

28 Helen Snelson, Ruth Lingard and Kate Brennan - ‘The best way for students to remember history is to experience it!' Transforming historical understanding through scripted drama (Read article)

37 Triumphs Show 2: Using pupil dialogue to encourage engagement with sources - Tim Jenner and Paul Nightingale (Read article)

40 Jane Card - Talking pictures: exploiting the potential of visual sources to generate productive pupil talk (Read article)

48 Polychronicon: The Wars of the Roses - John Watts (Read article)

52 Kathryn Greenfield - ‘I feel it is imperative to state that...' developing pupil explanation through web debates (Read article)

60 Move Me On: using Bloom’s taxonomy (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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