Teaching History 161: Support & Independence

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 15th December 2015

Getting the balance right

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 HA Update

08 ‘Come on guys, what are we really trying to say here?’ Using Google Docs to develop Year 9 pupils’ essay-writing skills - Lucy Moonen (Read article)

16 Post hoc ergo propter hoc? Using causation diagrams to empower sixth-form students in their historical thinking about cause and effect - Alex Alcoe (Read article)

26 Cunning plan: Magna Carta's legacy - Raven Tolson (Read article)

30 Taking the plunge: developing independent learning with Year 7 - Jaya Carrier (Read article)

37 The knowledge illusion: who is doing what thinking? - Catherine McCrory (Read article)

48 Polychronicon: John Lilburne - Michael Braddick (Read article)

50 New, Novice or Nervous? Teaching substantive concepts (Read article)

51 Adventures in assessment - Kate Hawkey, Sally Thorne, Philip Akinstall, Matthew Bryant, David Rawlings, Richard Kennett and Adele Fletcher (Read article)

64 Move Me On: noticing and responding to what the lesson just taught reveals about students' knowledge and understanding (Read article)

68 Mummy, mummy...

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Teaching History includes a number of regular features for history teachers including New, Novice or Nervous?, Polychronicon, Cunning Plan and Move Me On. You can access past editions of these here

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