Teaching History 138: Enriching History

The HA's journal for secondary history teachers

By HA, published 29th July 2010

Enriching History

02 Editorial

03 HA Secondary News

04 Alf Wilkinson: Making cross-curricular links in history: some ways forward (Read article)

08 James Woodcock: Disciplining cross-curricularity? Cottenham Village College history department's inter-disciplinary projects: an evaluation (Read article)

13 Michael Monaghan: Having ‘Great Expectations' of Year 9 Inter-disciplinary work between English and history to improve pupils' historical thinking (Read article)

20 Triumphs Show: A kinaesthetic interpretation of Dover Castle - Gail Swainston (Read article)

22 Jamie Byrom: ‘How do ideas travel?' East meets west - and history meets science (Read article)

32 Andrew Wrenn: History's secret weapon: the enquiry of a disciplined mind (Read article)

42 Steve Illingworth: From ‘splendid isolation' to productive alliances: developing meaningful cross-curricular approaches (Read article)

48 Lesley Munro: What about history? Lessons from seven years with project-based learning (Read article)

54 Polychronicon: From a Great Man to a Great Man: writing the history of the civil rights movement - Dr Stephen Tuck (Read article)

56 Move Me On: Trainee is uncertain about his Year 7 teaching in a competency based curriculum (Read article)

60 Mummy, mummy

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