Teaching History 173: Opening Doors

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

Last updated: 21st February 2019

In this edition of Teaching History

02 Editorial (Read article)

03 HA Secondary News

04 HA Update

08 Identity in history: why it matters and must be addressed! – Sophia Nzeribe Nascimento (Read article)

20 Triumphs Show: teaching Black Tudors as a window into Tudor England – Chris Lewis (Read article)

23 Cunning Plan... to use Black Tudors as a window into Tudor England – Chris Lewis (Read article)

24 Hidden in plain sight: bringing the past of people with disabilities into the history classroom – Helen Snelson and Ruth Lingard (Read article)

30 Polychronicon: From American Indians to Native Americans – Brett J. Duffek (Read article)

32 ‘I need to know…’: creating the conditions that make students want knowledge – Chloe Bateman (Read article)

41 Acquainted or intimate? Towards identifying when and how background knowledge is used in subsequent learning – Heather Fearn (Read article)

56 New, novice or nervous? How can I include more BME history in the curriculum? (Read article)

58 Here ends the lesson: shaping lesson conclusions as an iterative process in improving historical enquiries – Paula Worth (Read article)

68 Move me on: teaching the GCSE thematic study (Read article)

72 Mummy, mummy...

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