Teaching History 32


By HA, published 3rd February 1982

The Role of History in Multi-Cultural Education

Editorial, page 2

The Role of History in Multi-Cultural Education - David Edgington, page 3

The Perception of Indian History Teachers about the Ideal Pupil - Vijay K. Raina, page 6

Can History Survive? - Trevor Fisher, page 8

Report: Teaching A Level History: A Conference Report - Sandra Armstrong, page 10

The History Curriculum for Slow Learners - Michael Wilson, page 11

Special Report: History at Tulse Hill School, London - Nigel File, page  14

Archaeology in the Cause of Mixed Ability History - Andy Reid, page 15

History and the Multi-Cultural Curriculum: A Case Study - Ian Grosvenor, page 18

Place, Time and Society 8-13. The Project's View of the Meaning of History Today - Frederick Thompson, page 20

How well do Readability Tests Detect Difficulties in History Texts? - Tom Arkell, page 23

History Abandoned? The Need for a Continuing Debate - Roger Moore, page 26

Plus CA Change - Notes on the History Working Party's 16+ June Report, page 29

Report: 'Sell your Subject'. A P.R. Exercise in History - Peter Fisher, page 31

Testing the Use of Written Records in Primary Schools, John West, page 32

Correspondence, page 36

Notes and News, page 37

The Contributors, page 38

Notes for Contributors, page 38

Review Article: Longman Case Studies in History - The Tudor and Stuart Periods, by John Fines, page 39

Book Reviews and Short Notices, page 40

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