Teaching History 144: History for All

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 14th September 2011

History for All

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 Paula Worth - Which women were executed for witchcraft? And which pupils cared? Low-attaining Year 8 use fiction to tackle three demons: extended reading, diversity and causation (Read article)

16 Yosanne Vella - The gradual transformation of historical situations: understanding ‘change and continuity' through colours and timelines (Read article)

24 Lucy Whittington - Triumphs Show: Active learning to engage ‘challenging students' (Read article)

26 Joanne Philpott and Daniel Guiney - Exploring diversity at GCSE: making a World War I battlefields visit meaningful to all students (Read article)

34 Polychronicon: 1930s Britain - Roger Spalding (Read article)

36 Dr Jane Facey - "A is for Assessment"... Strategies for A-Level marking to motivate and enable students of all abilities to progress (Read article)

44 Kate Hammond - Pupil-led historical enquiry: what might this actually be? (Read article)

51 Robin Conway - Owning their learning: using ‘Assessment for Learning' to help students assume responsibility for planning, (some) teaching and evaluation (Read article)

58 Cunning Plan: Promoting independent student enquiry - Ben Twitchin (Read article)

60 Move Me On: Defines GCSE teaching in terms of a diet of practice exam questions (Read article)

64 Mummy, mummy...

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