Teaching History 175: Listening to Diverse Voices

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Published: 24th June 2019

In this edition of Teaching History

02 Editorial (Read article)

03 HA Secondary news

04 HA update

08 Did the Bretons break? Planning increasingly complex ‘causal models’ at Key Stage 3 – Matthew Stanford (Read article)

16 From ‘Great Women’ to an inclusive curriculum: how should women’s history be included at Key Stage 3? – Susanna Boyd (Read article)

24 What’s The Wisdom On... Causation NEW FEATURE (Read article

28 a b c D e? Teaching Year 9 to take on the challenge of structure in narrative – Rachel Foster and Kath Goudie (Read article)

40 1069 and all that: the dialogic dimensions of knowing and understanding the Norman legacy in Chester – Michael Bird and Tom Wilson (Read article)

51 Going way beyond the exam in order to do better in the exam: using an anthology of substantial sources at GCSE – Liam Mcdonnell (Read article)

64 Cunning Plan... for using the England's Immigrants database – Diana Laffin (Read article)

66 Polychronicon: Paris 1919 – a century on – David Reynolds (Read article)

68 Confronting conflicts: history teachers’ reactions to spontaneous controversial remarks – Bjorn Wansink, Jaap Patist, Itzél Zuiker, Geerte Savenije and Paul Janssenswillen (Read article)

76 Move Me On: paying enough attention to why particular topics and approaches have been included within schemes of work (Read article)

80 Mummy, Mummy...

Regular features

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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