Teaching History 136: Shaping the Past

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 4th December 2009

Shaping the Past

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 When were Jews in medieval England most in danger? Exploring change and continuity with Year 7 – Ben Jarman (Read article)

13 Shaping macro-analysis from micro-history: developing a reflexive narrative of change in school history – Hywel Jones (Read article)

22 Triumphs show: How one history department changed pupils' and parents' perceptions of homework – Christine Bridge (Read article)

24 Potential and pitfalls in teaching ‘big pictures’ of the past – Jonathan Howson (Read article)

34 Building memory and meaning: supporting Year 8 in shaping their own big narratives – Sarah Gadd (Read article)

42 Polychronicon: The Beatles – Marcus Collins (Read article)

44 Nutshell: MTL (Read article)

45 Telling tales: developing students’ own thematic and synoptic understandings at Key Stage 3 – Ed Brooker (Read article)

53 Teaching history’s big pictures: including continuity as well as change – Penelope J. Corfield (Read article)

60 Move Me On: Trainee struggling to teach elite politics / international relations (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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