Teaching History 171: Knowledge

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 25th June 2018

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02 Editorial (Read article for free)

03 HA Secondary News

04 HA Update

08 Conducting the orchestra to allow our students to hear the Symphony: getting richness of knowledge without resorting to fact overload – Alex Ford and Richard Kennett (Read article)

17 Triumphs show: preparatory reading for A-level essays – Matthew Springett (Read article)

20 ‘Through the looking glass’: exploring how pupils’ substantive knowledge informs the language and analysis of change and continuity - Danielle Donaldson (Read article)

31 New, novice or nervous? - How to plan and teach medieval history (Read article)

32 Trampolines and springboards: exploring the fragility of ‘source and own knowledge’ with year 10 – Jonathan Sellin (Read article)

42 Seeing beyond the frame: practical strategies for connecting visual clues and contextual knowledge – Barbara Ormond (Read article)

54 Polychronicon: Policing in Nazi Germany – Claire M. Hubbard-Hall (Read article)

56 The particular and the general: defining security in year 8’s use of substantive concepts – Alexander Bridges (Read article)

68 Move Me On: should trainee teachers use existing lesson plans? (Read article)

72 Mummy, Mummy...

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