Corporate lesson sequences

Finding the time to research, plan and produce thoughtful, appropriately demanding and well crafted sequences of lessons is a challenge. At the Historical Association we are supporting our corporate members through the creation of brand new fully-resourced lesson sequences linked to lessons or sequences that have been featured in our journal Teaching History. Each term we will be adding a new fully resourced sequence of lessons that corporate members can trust to have been researched and produced to the highest standards from a trusted body. Sequences will link to specific Key Stage 3-5 topics, but provide fresh insights. The first lesson of each sequence is open to all members – find out how you can upgrade to corporate membership to gain access to the full sequences here.

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  • Lesson sequence: Eighteenth-century politics

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    The first lesson of this sequence is available free to all secondary members here.  This series of lessons has been designed to enable students to learn about power and political change in Britain in the period 1688–1783. Through the unfolding narrative, students learn about key concepts, including monarchy, government and Parliament, identify causal...

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  • Lesson sequence: The Normans

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    The first lesson of this sequence is available free to all secondary members here.  This series of lessons investigates the impact of the Norman Conquest. It does this by getting students to question Simon Schama’s interpretation that the Normans brought a ‘truck-load of trouble’ to England. The sequence is five lessons long,...

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  • Lesson sequence: Life in a Medieval Village

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    The first lesson of this sequence is available free to all secondary members here.  This series of lessons has been designed to make gaining knowledge of medieval rural life engaging for students and to teach them how good historical fiction is constructed. Students learn how to write a story about life in...

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  • Lesson sequence: Twentieth-century Europe

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    The first lesson of this sequence is available free to all secondary members here.  This series of lessons has been designed to support the teaching of recent 20th century history at Key Stage 3. This sequence of lessons will enable students to learn some of the historical context to the European Union...

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