Primary History 64: History 3-11: past, present and future

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

Published: 7th August 2013

History 3-11: past, present and future

History & Identity

05 Teaching history as a national grand narrative - Hilary Cooper and Jon Nichol (Read article)

06 The place of history in the curriculum: a discussion document (1997) - John Fines

08 History and identity - Sir Keith Ajegbo (Read article)

09 Urban spaces near you - Jacqui Dean (Read article)

10 A history of the world 100 objects that tell a story - The British Museum and the BBC (Read article)

12 Political literacy: citizenship through the English national curriculum's the Romans in Britain study unit - Hilary Claire (Read article)

14 Teaching famous people at key stage one: say no to Flo! - Michelle Dexter (Read article)

History and the Curriculum

16 Children's thinking and history - Hilary Cooper (Read article)

18 Principles for creating a 21st century history curriculum - Jon Nichol

20 Planning for historical, geographical and social understanding: A conceptual framework - Hilary Cooper 

22 Chronology - an Olympic timeline - Pat Hoodless (Read article)

24 Constructivist chronology and Horrible Histories - Hilary Cooper (Read article)

History and Literacy: Reading, Writing, Looking, Speaking & Listening

25 History and language - NPHP (Read article)

27 History is literacy: ‘doing history' with written and printed sources - Jon Nichol (Read article)

28 Local history and literacy using written (and other) sources - Jo Barkham (Read article)

30 Story telling: how can we imagine the past? - Grant Bage (Read article)

31 Writing history - Jackie Eales (Read article)

32 Children writing history - John Fines

History and the Creative Arts

34 Creativity and history - Hilary Cooper (Read article)

36 History, drama and education for life - Dorothy Heathcote (Read article)

37 Getting started with drama' - Hugh Turner (Read article)

38 Music in the history curriculum - Rosie Turner-Bisset (Read article)

39 World War II evacuation project. A living history experience - Kate Morgan-Clare (Read article)

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