By Martin Hunt
This sensible workbook comprises the entire recommendation, tips and assets new and scholar background lecturers have to think of and enhance their instructing perform, supporting them to devise classes around the topic in various educating situations.
Helpful gains include:
- case studies
- examples of students’ work
- examples of latest strong practice
- a variety of tried-and-tested instructing suggestions
- photocopiable assets and coaching materials
- activities in each one bankruptcy to aid scholar historical past lecturers study their studying and performance
- web hyperlinks for additional interpreting on evidence-based practice.
Designed for use independently or as an built-in extension of the preferred textbook, Learning to educate historical past within the Secondary School which supplies distinctive examples of conception in perform, this publication is choked with examples of ways to investigate perform to make sure maximized studying within the classroom.
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26 Chapter 4 Learning strategies and approaches SIMON GOODWIN INTRODUCTION The aim of this chapter is to help you design learning activities for your ﬁrst lessons. It should encourage you to experiment with different methods and assess their suitability for different individuals, classes and topics. Exemplar material involving the First World War has been used, which could be modified for those topics you are asked to teach. Towards the end of the chapter there are some more advanced activities that you might like to try later, all of which complement the discussion covered in Chapter 4 of Learning to Teach History in the Secondary School, 2nd edn, Routledge, 2001.
More often there is some ﬂexibility given within a prescribed topic. You may be able to conﬂate or intersperse several topics as is the case in our exemplar material. Here the prescription is the story of Henry II and Becket to be used to develop the pupils’ understanding of historical interpretations. In order to appreciate fully the subtleties and intricacies of the relationship between Henry II and Thomas Becket, the pupils are offered a look at the contrasting lifestyles of monks and knights in the twelfth century.
Mind maps, graphs. ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ 3 Written work: answering questions in simple sentences using information in the textbook or a duplicated sheet. ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ 4 Written work: writing an imaginative piece in which they write from the point of view of a participant in an event.
A Practical Guide to Teaching History in the Secondary School by Martin Hunt