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100 ideas for teaching history

Author: Julia Murphy, (Teacher)
Publisher: London ; New York : Continuum, ©2005.
Series: Continuum one hundreds.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Preschool : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The 100 Tips series offers 100 invaluable and practical ideas for teachers of all levels.

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Material Type: Preschool
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Julia Murphy, (Teacher)
ISBN: 082648493X 9780826484932 1441136533 9781441136534
OCLC Number: 60838124
Description: xi, 132 pages ; 20 cm.
Contents: Section 1: Making history relevant --
Why study history? --
Further reasons to study history --
Displaying pupils' work --
More ideas for wall displays --
This day in history --
Newspaper cuttings --
The historical figures challenge --
The classroom museum. Section 2: Lesson starter activities --
General tips --
Sequence the past --
Key vocabulary bingo --
Key dates bingo --
Speech bubbles --
Puzzle it out --
Prepare to discuss --
Picture perfect --
The good, the bad and the ugly --
Jeopardy --
Repetition and reinforcement activities --
Starting a new topic. Section 3: Understanding chronology --
Introducing timelines --
Creative timelines --
Terminology --
Family trees made easy --
Explaining cause and consequence --
Incorporating changes. Section 4: Written activities --
General tips --
Diary entries --
Letters --
Postcards --
choosing pictures and writing text --
Making a history book for younger children --
Making a textbook page --
Designing a website page on paper --
Food for thought: recipes and menus --
Building for sale --
writing an estate agent's advert --
Newspaper front page --
Introducing essay writing --
Obituaries and epitaphs --
Reports --
Extension work. Section 5: Drama activities --
General tips --
Warming up --
Role-play --
Hot-seating --
Making plays --
The chat show challenge --
Avoiding a headache with group drama work --
Preparing a radio news broadcast --
Speeches and debate --
Freeze frame --
Keeping the audience focused. Section 6: Using information and communication technology --
General tips --
CD-Roms --
Getting the most from a video or DVD --
Using desktop publishing and word processing --
Introducing new skills --
Spreadsheets and the census --
Finding websites for lessons --
Evaluating websites for classroom use --
Using websites in lessons --
Museums online --
The uses of PowerPoint --
Teacher resources online. Section 7: Using primary sources --
Artefacts --
Other primary sources --
Dressing up --
Demonstrating how gaps in narratives are filled --
Using contemporaneous literature and music --
Explaining bias using analogy --
Explaining bias using historical examples --
Explaining propaganda --
Explaining satire. Section 8: Being creative --
General tips --
Themed day --
Card tricks 1: sequencing activities --
Card tricks 2: rearranging reasons --
making key vocabulary accessible --
Making 'documents' look old --
Making models --
Making a calendar --
Art and history links --
More art and history links. Section 9: History games --
Dustbin game: explaining excavation --
Dustbin game: interpretation --
Making board games --
Making quizzes work. Section 10: Out and about --
Incorporating local history --
Bringing local history into the school --
Making the most of a visit --
Visitors to the school. Section 11: Plenary activities and homework --
General tips --
Quiz variations --
Written homework --
Research for homework. Section 12: The value of money throughout the ages --
General tips about money --
Coinage for primary school topics --
Coinage for secondary school topics --
Pre and post decimalization. Section 13: At your fingertips --
Who's who in the British monarchy --
Quick guide to national curriculum levels.
Series Title: Continuum one hundreds.
Other Titles: One hundred ideas for teaching history
Hundred ideas for teaching history
Responsibility: Julia Murphy.

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