Teaching History 134: Local Voices

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 15th July 2009

Local Voices

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 Relevant, rigorous and revisited: using local history to make meaning of historical significance – Geraint Brown and James Woodcock (Read article)

12 Cunning Plan: Local history at KS3  Dan Moorhouse (Read article)

15 Nutshell

16 Riots, railways and a Hampshire hill fort: exploiting local history for rigorous evidential enquiry – Richard McFahn, Sarah Herrity and Neil Bates (Read article)

24 Polychronicon: The Great War and cultural history – Peter Donaldson (Read article)

27 ‘30% is not bad considering …’ Factors influencing pupil take-up of history post Key Stage 3: an exploratory enquiry – Richard Harris and Terry Haydn (Read article)

37 ‘How our area used to be back then’: an oral history project in an east London school – Michelle Johansen and Martin Spafford (Read article)

47 Distant voices, familiar echoes: exploiting the resources to which we all have access – from Essex, England to Masindi, Uganda! – Denise Thompson (Read article)

56 Move Me On: Getting enough A-level experience (Read article)

60 Mummy, mummy...

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