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 International Journal

of Historical Learning, Teaching and Research


ISSN 1472 - 9466 Volume 2 Number 2

June 2002


Contents


Contributor

John Fines (1938 - 1999)

Articles

Letting the Past Speak .doc .pdf

An Obituary by Jon Nichol

Introduction

1 History in Schools
 
1. What is History for in Schools?
2. The Respect that is Owed to the Past
3. Making Sense out of the Content of the History Curriculum
4. History and the Challenge of Multicultural Education
5. Is There No Respect of Pace, Person nor Time in You?
6. Strength in Depth
7. The Place of History in the Third Version of the National Curriculum - a discussion document
8. Principles and Practice
9.

2

Speaking and Listening: All Aboard a Coach and Three

Using Sources
 

1. Reading Historical Documents with Children
2.

3

Teaching with Documents: A Personal View

Imagination - Stories and Drama
 

1. Imagination in History Teaching
2. The Narrative Approach
3. The Revival of Narrative in History and the History Classroom
4. Stories for Choice: Winners, Cheaters and Surprise Winners
5.

4

Looking at History: Learning History through Drama

Teaching in Museums and Sites of Historical Interest
 

1. Starters: Using Objects from Museums
2.

5

Working with Pictures, Artefacts, Architecture and Landscape

Pedagogy
 

1. What is a Good Lesson?
2. Sequence in a Lesson

3.

Training Student Teachers: Your Turn to Dish Out the Stars