Primary History 43: Time and Time Again


By Various, published 18th June 2006

Diaries, Artefacts, Rosa Parks...

05 Editorial

06 Primary Noticeboard

09 In My View: working with historical picture books — Carole French

10 Time past: working with historical picture books — Fiona Collins (Read article)

14 ’Discovery visits’: what's new at English Heritage for schools? — Kate Whitworth

17 Think Bubble

18 How should we remember Rosa Parks? — Hilary Claire (Read article)

21 'Wolfgang's Story': an innovative year 6 history lesson, coming to you soon on the small screen via Teachers' TV — Ingrid Falck

23 Young Archaeologist Of The Year Award: Don't just dig things up! Values and virtues of archaeology in primary education — Nicky Milsted

26 Putting the story back into history — Alf Wilkinson (Read article)

28 20 years on: the 1986 Domesday Project — Sally Pearce

30 Using diaries to stimulate children's understanding of the past — Penelope Harnett (Read article)

32 History Coordinators’ Dilemmas — Tim Lomas

34 Reviews

35 Starting with an artefact... how an historical artefact may be used as a stimulus for cross curricular work — Jane Hack

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