Cunning Plan 163.2: Developing an A-level course in medieval history

Teaching History feature

By Michael Fordham, published 4th August 2016

Medieval history has always been a Cinderella era for post-16 students. Some schools offer A-levels in classical civilisation, but most A-level history courses focus on the early-modern and modern periods. A few schools teach an A-level medieval module, with the Crusades being a popular choice. I was therefore excited at the opportunity to plan an entire A-level history course focused on medieval history, one which might sit alongside my school’s more typical A-level history which focuses on modern history...

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