Primary History 41: The power of a good story

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

Published: 18th September 2005

History and Literacy...

05 Editorial

06 Primary Noticeboard

08 Creating stories for teaching primary history — Rosie Turner-Bisset (Read article)

10 In My View: using children's literature to look at bias and stereotyping — Russell Jones (Read article)

13 Stories about people: narrative, imagined biography and citizenship in the Key Stage 2 curriculum — Peter Vass

17 Think Bubble

18 Questions you have always wanted to ask about.... using historical fiction in the classroom — Dave Martin

20 Investigating children's awareness of changing values and attitudes through stories written in the past — Pat Hoodless (Read article)

22 History Coordinators' Dilemmas — Jo Barkham

24 From the frying pan into the fire? Escaping the London Blitz: Exploring the use of historical fiction to support historical learning — Darius Jackson, Alison Humphries and Paul Bracey

28 Reading into writing: history, imagination and creativity – a Nuffield Primary History Project approach — Jon Nichol

33 Reviews

34 Polly put the kettle on: using a nursery rhyme to develop children's knowledge and understanding of the past — Penelope Harnett (Read article)

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