Primary History 57: What History Should We Teach, 5-14?

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

By HA, published 21st March 2011

Story, Pedagogy, Planning & Development...

Contents, Editorial, In My View, Article

04 Editorial

05 In my view: Campaign! Make an Impact and History - Alison Bodley (Read article)

06 In my view: Principles for a history curriculum - Jon Nichol (Read article)

07 Doing History: story telling How can we imagine the past? - Grant Bage (Read article)

08 Children's Thinking: Developmental Psychology And History Education - Hilary Cooper (Read article)


History, Narratives, Identity And Society

10 From Kings And Queens To Sources And Evidence: Primary History In The 20th Century - Jenny Keating and Nicola Sheldon (View article)

12 British National Curricula For History 1989-2011, Principles and Practices - Robert Guyver (Read article)

13 Dimensions Of Britishness: Cultural Diversity and Ethnicity - Alison Gove-Humphries, Paul Bracey and Darius Jackson (Read article)

14 Britain, Europe And The World? - Alf Wilkinson and Andrew Wrenn (Read article)

15 Long Ago Or Far Away: The Global Perspective - Ilona Aronovsky (Read article)

16 Whose History Is It Anyway?: Class, Culture, Ethnicity, Gender And Religion - Kay Traille (Read article)

17 History, citizenship and national identity: The Katyn Massacre - Mike Mitchell

18 The History Around Us: Local History - Sue Temple (Read article)

19 Popular History: Using The Media - Jane Shuter (Read article


Effective History Teaching: Powerful Pedagogies

20 Powerful Pedagogy: Teaching Principles For ‘Doing History' With Children - Nuffield Primary History Project (Read article)

21 ‘Doing History': Pupils as Apprentice Historians [1] - History Detectives - Jacqui Dean and Jon Nichol (Read article)

23 ‘Doing History': Pupils As Apprentice Historians [2] - Peter Vass (Read article)

25 ‘Doing History': Pupils As Apprentice Historians [3] - The Importance Of Teaching With Visual Sources - Jane Card (Read article)

26 ‘Doing History': Pupils As Apprentice  Historians [4] - Primary History (Read article)

27 How To Teach Chronology - Andy Reynolds and Alan Hodkinson (Read article)


Planning: The Curriculum and The Classroom

29 History In The Curriculum: Overview - Jacqui Dean and the Nuffield Primary History Project

30 Integration and Cross-Curricularity: History, Humanities And Social Studies - Primary History No. 45, 50 and 53 (Read article)

31 History In The Early Years - Anita Loughrey (Read article)

32 Planning Links With Literacy - Pat Hoodless (Read article)

33 Progression And Coherence In History: How To Plan Across The Key Stages - Jerome Freeman (Read article)

35 Differentiation: Gifted and Talented Education - Primary History No. 47 (Read article)

36 Monitoring, Recording, Assesment And Reporting - Tim Lomas (Read article)

37 History And The Curriculum: Whole School Planning - Rick Weights

38 Planning For History: The Coordinator's Perspective - Cathie Mcllroy (Read article)

40 Lesson Planning Recipe : The Creative Curriculum - The Class room Teacher's Perspective - Barbara Sands (Read article)


National Curriculum History: Teachers & Professional Development

41 What history should we teach? The Teachers' perspective: The Historical Association's Primary Survey - Melanie Jones (Read article)

42 The New History Curriculum: The Trainees' View - Bev Forrest

43 Evidence-Based History Teaching: Teacher As Researcher - Jacqui Dean

44 The Importance Of Teaching: Initial And Continuing Professional Development In History Education - Penelope Harnett (Read article)

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