I’ve added two lessons to the page set aside for stand-alone lessons. These are usually lessons I’ve made for job interviews, or to bridge a gap between topics. The sort of thing you might teach at the end or beginning of a half term.
As we’re working more and more on KS4 stuff to cater for the short notice and short-term changes announced by QCDA and the exam board recently I have started a KS4 page. Nothing amazing to see, but it might useful for some.
It goes with a thread on schoolhistory.co.uk in which some people have been very generous.
Shameless showing off. Really pleased that my article Helping Year 7 put some flesh on Roman bones – The Historical Association, was published in last month’s Teaching History.
You need to be a HA member to download the whole thing, but if you don’t tell anyone, you can read it here.
You can now find a series of lessons that I’ve been teaching about British propaganda during the Second World War on this site. These might be adaptable in the future to help tick off many of those on the list of the great and the good that we might be asked to cover under the new Hirschean National Curriculum!!
Jenny Hutton has very kindly donated a brilliant lesson on the Battle of Britain. Jenny was one of the (great) PGCE interns I worked with in 2009-10. Please take a look, and have a go!