Primary History 33

The primary education journal of the Historical Association

Published: 1st December 2002

Culture, society and politics in the 1930s

3 Editorial

4 Primary Noticeboard

5 In My View: Revolting subjects? – Dr Grant Bage

7 Breadth and Balance within the primary history curriculum? – John Clements

8 History co-ordinators’ dilemmas – Karin Doull

10 QCA Update – Jerome Freeman

11 Multicultural teaching in Portugal: a perspective – Manuela Carvalho

13 Culture, Society and Politics in the 1930s: an excellent focus for history studies in the primary school – Melanie Tebbutt

18 After the sirens sounded: Event Framing and Counterfactuals at Key Stage 2 – Peter Vass, Rachael Galloway and Noelle Ullathorne

20 Questions you have always wanted to ask about… Historical interpretations - Gavin Baldwin

22 Teaching The Indus Valley Civilisation in the 2lst Century – Ilona Aronovsky (Read article)

24 Identifying the potential of history in teaching Citizenship at KS1 and 2 – Anthony Panter and Ian Cawood (Read article)

26 Book for the Literacy Hour – Jo Barkham

28 Reviews – Carol Smith, Jacqueline Ferguson

30 Active approaches to learning through pictures; activity books and their use at Tate Britain – Rebecca Bilous

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