Here ends the lesson: shaping lesson conclusions

Teaching History journal article

Paula Worth, last updated: 20th December 2018

Shaping lesson conclusions as an iterative process in improving historical enquiries

Reflecting on her efforts to improve her trainee’s lesson conclusions, Paula Worth decided to brush up her own. A journey of self-evaluation led her to revisit the Cambridge Conclusions Project. Through its lens, she judged her own lesson conclusions wanting. Worth examines the way in which the final episode of a history lesson needs to do a great deal more than ensure thorough recap or recall. She explains how planning strong lesson conclusions can be both cause and consequence of better enquiry questions and better planned enquiries. 

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