Teaching History 174: Structure

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 12th April 2019

In this edition of Teaching History

02 Editorial (Read article)

03 HA Secondary news

04 HA update

08 Austin’s narrative: an exploratory case study, with Year 8, into what kinds of feedback help students produce better historical narratives of the interwar years – Alex Rodker (Read article)

16 Cunning Plan: Teaching Year 8 to create and refine a narrative of the interwar years (Read article)

18 What if there is another way? Year 7 use diagrammatic representations of counterfactuals to develop their causal reasoning – Tom Bennett (Read article)

25 New, Novice or Nervous? Building students' historical talk (Read article)

26 Rethinking rollercoasters: exploring the importance of local visits in developing wider narratives of change and continuity – Andrew Carey and Jez Rowson (Read article)

34 Stepping into the abyss: allowing A-level students to choose their own coursework focus – Eleanor Thomas (Read article)

42 Making reading routine: helping Key Stage 3 pupils to become regular readers of historical scholarship – Tim Jenner (Read article)

50 Polychronicon: Votes for Women – Tara Morton (Read article)

53 ‘To think that these things did actually happen…’: structuring a history curriculum for powerful revelations – Will Bailey-Watson (Read article)

62 Absence and myopia in A-level coursework: the intellectual revolution against historical neglect begins in the classroom – Steven Driver (Read article)

72 Move Me On: not doing all the thinking for the students (Read article)

76 Mummy, Mummy...

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Teaching History includes a number of regular features for history teachers including New, Novice or Nervous?, Polychronicon, Cunning Plan and Move Me On. You can access past editions of these here

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