Cunning Plan 165: Helping lower-attaining students

Teaching History feature

By Sophie Sullivan, published 3rd January 2017

Grasping historical interpretations and argument

My GCSE students were about to embark on their controlled assessment, which asked them to weigh up conflicting views on the British military’s contribution to the D-Day landings. Students were asked to engage  with a range of historians’ views and textbooks as well as some contemporary source material to assess the validity of the popular view that the D-Day landings were a ‘triumph’ for the British military...

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