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  • Primary History 57: What History Should We Teach, 5-14?

      The primary education journal of the Historical Association
    Contents, Editorial, In My View, Article 04 Editorial 05 In my view: Campaign! Make an Impact and History - Alison Bodley (Read article) 06 In my view: Principles for a history curriculum - Jon Nichol (Read article) 07 Doing History: story telling How can we imagine the past? - Grant Bage (Read...
    Primary History 57: What History Should We Teach, 5-14?
  • History and language

      Primary History article
    Literacy was at the heart of the Nuffield Primary History Project. The paper below summarises the eight linguistic areas which were a major focus. Here there is considerable congruence with the proposed 2014 NC for English and Literacy with its language across the curriculum focus...
    History and language
  • Powerful Pedagogy

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. The introduction of National Curriculum History in England as a statutory subject in 1989/90 faced primary teachers with a major challenge of how to teach a de facto new subject. The Nuffield Foundation funded a curriculum...
    Powerful Pedagogy
  • Principles for a history curriculum

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. In the mid 1990s the Nuffield Foundation funded the development of a primary history curriculum for Yaroslavl in Russia. It was a contemporary curriculum, choosing issues and concepts of central concern to contemporary society and studying their...
    Principles for a history curriculum
  • 'Doing Local History' through maps and drama

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. Editorial note: John Fines produced two case studies of Local History for the Nuffield Primary History Project. One on them is published here for the first time.
    'Doing Local History' through maps and drama
  • Curriculum planning: How to write a new scheme of work for history

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article was originally written in early 2014 for schools needing to prepare schemes of work for the new National Curriculum coming into effect that September.   The implementation from September 2014 of the new national curriculum programme of study for history gives you a time-scale for reviewing, refreshing and resourcing your new scheme...
    Curriculum planning: How to write a new scheme of work for history
  • Planning with literacy

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. History is a subject which of necessity makes extensive use of language in all its forms and so the links with literacy are many. Cooper (2000), Bage (1999), Hoodless (1998) and Nichol, in the Nuffield History...
    Planning with literacy
  • Reading into writing

      Primary History article
    Introduction: Interactive Whole Class - Teaching, Textbreaker & EXIT Demonstration and modelling relies upon pupils being able to read the text that is being modelled, including the most demanding document. Accordingly the Nuffield  Primary History Project developed a whole class interactive teaching strategy to support pupil reading of difficult and...
    Reading into writing
  • The Leeds Community History Project

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. The Nuffield Foundation-funded Leeds Community History Project brought together schools and older community members in the creation of community archives. It focused on articulating, valuing and recording the older generation's memories and knowledge. Its overarching...
    The Leeds Community History Project
  • Case Study: Pictorial Recording

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content and links may be outdated. The innovative use of visual images as communication mode and stimulus to writing is provided by Jan, a teacher on one of the Nuffield courses. Children, and adults, have trouble in making effective...
    Case Study: Pictorial Recording
  • Primary History 20

      Journal
    4 PRIMARY UPDATE - TIM LOMAS 7 A VIKING NETWORK PROJECT - KIRKGATE, LEEDS - BARRIE MARKHAM RHODES 8 HAS THE PAST A FUTURE AT KEY STAGE 2? KEITH DICKSON 10 PYTHAGORAS AND NUMBER - COLIN MILLER 11 BRINGING LITERACY AND HISTORY CLOSER TOGETHER - DAVID WRAY AND MAUREEN LEWIS...
    Primary History 20
  • Reading Sources Using Textbreaker

      Primary History article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. Pages 8-9 detail how functional literacy's concept of genre resulted in the creation of Textbreaker to empower pupils to ‘read' all historical sources, but especially those previously thought too hard for them to tackle. Below is...
    Reading Sources Using Textbreaker
  • The history teacher's craft: Doing local History through the eyes of W. G. Hoskins

      Article
    Please note: this article pre-dates the 2014 National Curriculum and some content may be outdated. Editorial comment: When teaching local history we all have an idea of what it is: both as a body of knowledge - information, dates, facts and substantive concepts - and as what that knowledge is based...
    The history teacher's craft: Doing local History through the eyes of W. G. Hoskins
  • Teaching History 87

      Journal
    4 Editorial 5 News 6 Reading the Bickersteth Diaries John Bickersteth 8 History at Home Rob David 14 Nuffield Primary Project (Part I) John Fines 21 Our History or Your History? (Part 2) Gillian Wilson 24 Key Stage 2 Multi Cultural Issues (Part I) Marika Sherwood 27 Primary School Liaison:...
    Teaching History 87
  • Primary History 54: 'Doing History' with artefacts and objects

      The primary education journal of the Historical Association
    09 Think Bubble: Arte facts - Get my Meaning? - Peter Vass (Read article) 10 A History of the World: 100 Objects That Tell A Story - The British Museum and the BBC (Read article) 12 Throw Away the Old Worksheets! - Jane Shuter (Read article) 14 Extending Primary Children's...
    Primary History 54: 'Doing History' with artefacts and objects
  • The International Journal Volume 2 Number 2

      Journal
    International Journal of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research Volume 2, Number 2 July 2002 Letting the Past Speak Contributor John Fines (1938-1999) An obituary by Jon Nichol 3 Introduction 5 1 History In Schools 1. What is History for in Schools? 6 2. The Respect that is Owed to the...
    The International Journal Volume 2 Number 2
  • Primary History 52: Education and the Environment

      The primary education journal of the Historical Association
    03 Editorial 04 In my view: Education and the built environment – Dominic Balmforth 06 In my view: Primary history and Engaging Places – Rochelle Whitty 08 In my view: Engaging Pupils: An A Level student describes her experience of collaborative working with Key Stage 2 – Bernice Waghorn 09...
    Primary History 52: Education and the Environment
  • Writing: demonstration and modelling

      Primary History article
    Pupils' historical writing can take thousands of different forms, for example, an advert, comic, magazine article, love letter, short story, exam essay, poster or account of a castle visit. For pupils to compose in any genre they must understand and assimilate the genre's skeletal framework, its mode, tenor, field - pp....
    Writing: demonstration and modelling
  • Poetic writing

      Primary History article
    Poetry is a major area for pupils creative and imaginative historical writing. Pupils writing historical poetry can draw upon a wide range of poetic modes, for example haikus, sonnets, blank verse. Poetry is an excellent vehicle for public presentation, with pupils reading their composition to their class members. To use...
    Poetic writing
  • Drama and role play

      Primary History article
    Drama and Role Play are powerful teaching approaches for language development. The themed edition of Primary History 48, Spring 2008 History, Drama and the Classroom provides a comprehensive introduction and detailed guidance to language development through roleplay and drama. PH 48 contains numerous case-studies illuminating a full range of approaches. Case-Study...
    Drama and role play
  • Mini Scaffolds: Charts, Concept webs, Diagrams, Mini-Frames

      Primary History article
    The language of History develops subject content knowledge and associated vocabulary & phraseology, p. 30. Pupils can record, extend and develop their historical language through using a range of mini-scaffolds or frameworks that they flesh out with teacher guidance and support. A class can build upon basic historical vocabulary through questioning,...
    Mini Scaffolds: Charts, Concept webs, Diagrams, Mini-Frames
  • History and language

      Primary History article
    Pupil writing is present at every point in studying history - from initial questioning to the writing and presentation of a finished piece of work. Children continually explore, acquire and build upon both existing and new historical vocabulary and phrases, p. 30. Writing depends totally upon pupils' linguistic knowledge and...
    History and language
  • Historical fiction and story: the informed imagination

      Primary History article
    Historical stories and fiction give full rein to children's imaginations and creativity. As such, they are a standard, major element in pupils' historical authoring.Writing history stories is stimulating, enjoyable and challenging. When using their historical imaginations children as authors have to be disciplined. They must work within the strict parameters...
    Historical fiction and story: the informed imagination
  • Children writing history: The writing spectrum

      Primary History article
    "Henry the 4th ascended the throne of England much to his own satisfaction in the year 1399, after having prevailed on his cousin & predecessor Richard the 2nd to resign it to him, & to retire for the rest of his Life to Pomfret Castle, where he happened to be...
    Children writing history: The writing spectrum
  • Multi-modality and writing history

      Primary History article
    We all now live in the digital age. The smart phone, kindle, i-pad and computer mean children are immersed and interact in a digital world of moving, still and spoken images. They are also able to communicate digitally socially: for example, Twitter and Facebook. Social media facilitate social as well...
    Multi-modality and writing history