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Curriculum Focus The Invaders Ks2

Author: Christine Moorcroft
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1909333964
Size: 46.34 MB
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This Popular series that will inspire teachers, especially the the non-specialists, to teach history with confidence. The books contains everything you need: comprehensive background information, detailed lesson plans and further reources for extension.

Curriculum Focus The Tudors History Ks2

Author: Mike Temple
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
ISBN: 1909332119
Size: 70.51 MB
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Part of a popular series that will inspire the teachers, especially the non-specialists, to teach history and geography with confidence. * comprehensive background information * extensive photocopiable resources such as pictures, charts and diagrams * detailed lesson plans * differentiated activities at three ability levels * ideas for support and extension * suggestions for incorporating ICT. The Tudors chapters include: * The Tudor family * Henry VIII * The six wives of Henry VIII * Why did Henry marry six times? * Rich people in Tudor times * Poor people in Tudor times * Compare and contrast Tudor life with life today * Exploration in the Tudor period * Drake's voyage around the world * English settlements in America

Inter And Intracultural Differences In European History Textbooks

Author: Carol Morgan
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9783039102389
Size: 59.10 MB
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This book focusses on inter- and intracultural differences in academic writing and ways of understanding. The example of primary and lower secondary history textbooks has been chosen as a rich source of cultural viewpoints, and in particular the topic of 'The Romans' as part of a common European heritage. Textbooks (and their related curricula) are examined in terms of their writing styles, the kinds of skills demanded in pupil tasks and overall objectives. Researchers working in different European countries: Austria, England, France, Germany (2 different Lander), Ireland and Italy present case-studies of 'The Romans' from their own country. It is thus possible to track cultural differences closely, and the intercultural expertise of the team also adds an informing dimension here. The writing team came together for a conference in February 2002 at the University of Bath to present and discuss their research. The book can thus be said to build on an interactive understanding of inter- and intracultural difference."

Using I T In Primary School History

Author: Lez Smart
Publisher: Continuum International Publishing Group
Size: 42.50 MB
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This is an eminently practical book, which has been written to help all primary school teachers bring IT into the teaching of history in their classrooms. History and information technology might appear at first to be incongruous, but, as Lez Smart shows, both teachers and their pupils can use IT to enhance and increase enjoyment of the learning process and at the same time satisfy the requirements of the National Curriculum. After an introductory overview chapter, the central three chapters demonstrate and develop the uses of IT in primary history teaching through popular topics or historical periods. The final chapter covers logistical considerations such as classroom management, differentiation, access, equal opportunities, progression and continuity. The implications and resonances for IT and history within the overall curriculum framework are also explored.

The Geopolitics Of South Asia

Author: Graham Chapman
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Limited
ISBN: 9780754613510
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Chapman explores the evolving organisation of territory in the Indian sub-continent, providing not only a valuable overview of its historical political geography but also an appreciation of the forces underpinning that changing map.