1.5 Section 1 Bibliography

Applebee, A. (1978) The Child's Concept of Story; Ages 2-17, Chicago, Chicago University Press.

Bage, G. (2000) Thinking History 4-14. Teaching, learning, curricula and communities.  London, Routledge/Falmer.

Bage, G. (1999)  Narrative Matters.  London, Falmer Press

Bracey, P. Enjoying a good story. Primary History,  spring 2003 pp 6- 8.

Candappa, M. (2000) Building a New Life: the Role of the School in Supporting Refugess Children. Paper presented at Children 5-16 Final Conference, 20-21 Ocotebr 2000.

Claire, H. (2006) How should we remember Rosa Parks?  Primary History, summer pp18-20.

 Claire. H. (2005a) Learning and Teaching about citizenship through history in the early years. Leading Primary History,  pp pp24-43 London, Historical Association.

Claire, H. (2005b) Persona dolls in citizenship education

Claire, H. (2004a) (ed) Teaching Citizenship in Primary Schools,  Learning Matters,Exeter.

Claire, H. (2004b) You did the best you can! Social and moral development through history in Osler, A (ed) Teachers, Human Rights, and Diversity.  Stoke on Trent, Trentham  

Claire, H. (2002) Why didn't you fight, Ruby? Developing Citizenship in KS1, through the history curriculum. Education 3-13. June 2002. pp24- 32.

Claire, H. (2001) Not Aliens: Primary Children and the PSHE/Citizenship Curriculum. Stoke on Trent, Trentham

Claire, H ( 1996) Reclaiming Our Pasts: Equality and Diversity in the Primary History Curriculum. Stoke on Trent; Trentham

Clough, N. and Holden, C (2002) Education for Citizenship; ideas into action - a practical guide for teachers of pupils aged 7-14.  Routledge/Falmer.

Connolly, P., Smith, A., and Kelly, B. (2002) Too young to notice? The cultural and political awareness of 3-6 year olds in Northern Ireland.  Belfast, Community Relations Council.

Connolly, P. Fitzpatrick, S. Gallagher, T. and Harris, P (2006) ‘Addressing diversity and inclusion in the early years in conflict-affected societies: a case stud of the media Initiative for Children - Northern Ireland',  International Journal of Early Years Education, , vol 14, no 3. pp263-278.

Cooper, H. ( 2005) Learning and Teaching about the past in the foundation stage and key stage 1.  Leading Primary History. Pp14-23. London, Historical Association.

Cooper, H. ( 2002) 2nd edition. History in the early years. London, Routledge/Falmer.

Costello, P. (2000) Thinking skills in early childhood education.  London, David Fulton.

Deckert-Peaceman, H  Should there be Holocaust Education for K-4 Students. A reply to Dr. Samuel Totten. Centre for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

DfES Early Years Foundation Stage

DfEE and QCA (2000) Curriculum Guidance for the Foundation Stage.  London, QCA.

DfEE and QCA ( 1999) The National Curriculum. Handbook for primary teachers in England. Key Stages 1 and 2.  London, QCA.

DfEE and QCA (1998) A Scheme of Work for Key Stages 1 and 2. History.  London, QCA.

DfES(2004) Every Child Matters: Next steps for children.  Nottingham. DfES.  DfES (2003a)  Excellence and Enjoyment. A Strategy for Primary Schools.  London, HMSO.

DfES & QCA ( 2003b) Speaking, Listening, Learning: working with children in Key Stages 1 and 2.  London, DfES,

Egan, K. (1991) Primary Understanding; Education in Early childhood. London, Routledge.

Every Child Matters(2004) Every Child Matters: Next steps for children.  Nottingham. DfES.

Farmer. A. and Heeley, A. ( 2004)  Moving between fantasy and reality: sustained, shared thinking about the past. in Cooper, H. (ed)  Exploring Time and Place through Play.  London, David Fulton.

Fisher, R. ( 1996) Stories for Thinking. York, Nash Pollock.

Fisher, R. (1999) First Stories for Thinking. York, Nash Pollock

Harnett, P. ( 2000) History in the Primary School: Re-Shaping our Pasts. The Influence of Primary School Teachers' Knowledge and Understanding of History on Curriculum Planning and Implementation. International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research.  Vol 1, no 1. pp 13-31.

Hazareesingh, S with Kenway, P and Simms, K. (1994) Speaking About the Past. Oral History for 5-7 year olds. A Resource for Teachers.  Stoke on Trent, Trentham.

Kimber, D., Clough, N. Forrest, M. Harnett, P., Menter, I., Newman, E., (1995) Humanities in Primary Education. London, David Fulton.

Kirkland, S. and Wykes, M. (2003) Grace O'Malley , alias Granuaile, pirate and politician, c 1530-1603.  Primary History,  spring pp 34-36.

Lunn, P and Bishop, A. (2004) Teaching History through the use of story. Working with early years' practitioners. Primary History. Pp 30-32.

Levstik, B and Barton, K (1997) Doing history; investigation with children in elementary and middle schools. Ch 10. Oh good! We get to argue; putting conflict in context. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates

McDonagh, J and McDonagh, S. ( 1999) ‘Learning to Talk, Talking to Learn' in Marsh, J. and Hallet, E. (1999) Desirable Literacies. Approaches to Language and Literacy in the Early Years. London, Paul Chapman.

Parmer, A. (2006) As a Primary School teacher have you taught about the holocaust?'  Primary History.  Summer pp 20-22.  

D. Phillips ( 2005) Why should we continue to learn about the second world war?  Primary History.  Spring pp9-10.

QCA (2007)   Primary History Teacher Assessment Activities,  London, QCA

Rougvie, D. (2006) A Scheme of Work for Citizenship and History in KS2. Heroes and Heroines. 

Scott, W. ( 2005) When we were very young: emerging historical awareness in the earliest years.  Primary History. No 39. pp 14-17.

Sepinwall, H. (1999) Incorporating  Holocaust Education into K -4 Curriculum and Teaching in the US. Social Studies and the Young Learner. Jan/Feb 1999. Vol 11 (3) pp5-8.

Shari Levine Rose (2000) Fourth Graders Theorize Prejudice in American History.  International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research. Vol. 1, no 1. pp65-79.

Sherwood, M. and Spafford, M. (1998) Whose freedom were Africans, Caribbeans and Indians defending in WW2?  Teachers' Pack for secondary schools, Savannah Press in association with the Black and Asian Studies Association.

Thomson, K. (2006) Citizenship Education taught through RE, Geography and History. 

Totten, S.  (1999) Should there be Holocaust Education for K-4 Students? The answer is No. Social Studies and the Young Learner. Sept/Ocotber 1999. 12 (1) 36-39.

Toye, N and Prendiville, F. (2000) Drama and Traditional Story in the Early Years. London;Routledge.

Wood, L., and Holden, C. (1995) Teaching Early Years History. Teaching and Learning through the National curriculum. Cambridge, Chris Kington Publishing.

Vass, P. (2004) Thinking Skills and Learning of Primary History: Thinking Historically through Stories.  International Journal of History Learning, Teaching and Research.  Volv 4, no 2.

Woodhouse, J. ( 2005)  Learning and Teaching about the past in the foundation stage.  Leading Primary History,  pp6-13. London, Historical Association.

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