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History 7 11

Author : Jon Nichol
ISBN : 0415132819
Genre : Education
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Learning history is remembered by many teachers as a passive process involving 'learning dates'. In this book, the emphasis is on 'doing history' - making sense of the past through the process of investigation as a true historian would. The authors argue that children should be involved in historical investigations, thus developing the skills and processes that underpin historical understanding. Using an Action Research approach to improving practice, the authors' own case-study of 'The Vikings' and teachers' accounts are used to illustrate different teaching approaches. These fully involve the children as historians in an imaginative and creative way. Each chapter is supported by exercises and activities which demonstrate how to translate theory into practice together with a specific focus on the problems of planning and resourcing to produce practical teaching strategies.

History 7 11

Author : Jacqui Dean
ISBN : 9780203138137
Genre : Education
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Learning history is remembered by many teachers as a passive process involving 'learning dates'. In this book, the emphasis is on 'doing history' - making sense of the past through the process of investigation as a true historian would. The authors argue that children should be involved in historical investigations, thus developing the skills and processes that underpin historical understanding. Using an Action Research approach to improving practice, the authors' own case-study of 'The Vikings' and teachers' accounts are used to illustrate different teaching approaches. These fully involve the children as historians in an imaginative and creative way. Each chapter is supported by exercises and activities which demonstrate how to translate theory into practice together with a specific focus on the problems of planning and resourcing to produce practical teaching strategies.

Drama 7 11

Author : Neil Kitson
ISBN : 9781134767441
Genre : Education
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First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Art 7 11

Author : Linda Green
ISBN : 9781134795932
Genre : Education
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Aimed at non-specialist primary teachers, this book offers support for the two attainment targets of the national cuuriculum in art: investigating and making, and knowledge and understanding. It uses examples and materials to explore various areas of children's development in art making and understanding, and also aims to equip teachers with strategies for developing their own understanding and appreciation of the subject. Units included cover such areas as: * children's motivation to make art * developing co-operative work with artists in schools * learning about art from other cultures * learning about art from different historical periods * 2D and 3D art * assessing children's art

Music 7 11

Author : Sarah Hennessy
ISBN : 9780415105583
Genre : Education
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Music is an area of the curriculum about which teachers often feel apprehensive. This book attempts to dispel the myth that to teach music effectively a teacher has to be an accomplished musician. It provides the opportunity to develop the subject knowledge and understanding which will lead to greater confidence in teaching enjoyable and appropriate music lessons. It does this by encouraging practical engagement with the subject through making and listening to music, reflecting on experiences and sharing views. The activities and teaching approaches relate to both Key Stages One and Two.

English 7 11

Author : David Wray
ISBN : 0203138368
Genre : Education
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This book focuses on approaches to the teaching of primary English at Key Stage 2 in the context of the National Curriculum. Through a series of guided activities, teachers are encouraged to reflect upon particular teaching strategies and activities such as: an analysis of language and literacy, the processes of language and literacy, the use of topic work, a critical look at classroom environments, and examination of the texts which children read and write, and a discussion of the role of the teacher.

Caligula

Author : Sam Wilkinson
ISBN : 9781134246922
Genre : History
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Sam Wilkinson provides an accessible introduction to the reign of Caligula, one of the most controversial of all the Roman Emperors. Caligula's policies have often been interpreted to be those of a depraved tyrant. This study provides a reassessment of this controversial reign by scrutinising the ancient literary sources that are so hostile to Caligula, and by examining the reasoning behind the policies he enforced. Key topics discussed include: * Caligula's early life and accession to power * Caligula's relationship with the Senate * how far Caligula's domestic and foreign policies can be judged to be a success * why Caligula was assassinated in AD 41, only four years after his accession to power. With a guide to primary and secondary sources, a chronology and a detailed glossary, Caligula is an invaluable study of the reign of this fascinating Emperor.

Speaking And Listening Through Drama 7 11

Author : Francis Prendiville
ISBN : 9781446236932
Genre : Education
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'This book is special. It proposes a style of drama that liberates teachers and children from traditional dialogues...The dramas, each linked to a literacy text or wider theme, are amazing...I would recommend buying this. It challenges, but rewards with a new level of classroom dialogue' - Literacy Time 'This new book for teachers is timely and full of good ideas. It demonstrates the value of drama as a means of achieving education that stimulates creative and critical thinking while also engaging the emotions' - Teaching Thinking & Creativity Showing teachers how to use drama to promote speaking and listening for pupils, including those who find learning difficult, this book describes, analyses and teaches how to use role play effectively and looks at how to generate a productive dialogue between teachers and pupils that is both powerful and enabling. The authors present innovative methods for teaching across the curriculum which are genuinely inclusive and can help to motivate reluctant learners. The 'how to' section of the book describes a range of strategies and approaches: o how to begin with 'teacher in role' o how to begin planning drama o how to generate quality speaking and listening o how to use drama for inclusion and citizenship o how to generate empathy in drama o how to link history and drama o how to begin using assessment of speaking and listening (and other English skills) through drama The second section includes full lesson plans that have been tried and tested with pupils, complete with detailed guidance on how to structure the work and how to play the teacher roles. Each is linked to literacy, the wider curriculum, PSHE and citizenship. The book is a valuable resource for primary teachers in training and in practice.

International Summit On The Teaching Profession Preparing Teachers And Developing School Leaders For The 21st Century Lessons From Around The World

Author : Schleicher Andreas
ISBN : 9789264174559
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This book uses PISA data to show that a substantial proportion of students in OECD countries now attend schools that have high degrees of autonomy in different areas of decision making.

Athenian Democracy

Author : John Thorley
ISBN : 9781134793358
Genre : History
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This pamphlet outlines the development and operation of Athenian democracy to the end of the fifth century BC. Separate sections examine the prelude to democracy, the emergence of a democratic system, and the way this system worked in practice. A final section focuses on the questions: how should we judge the success of Athenian democracy? who benefitted? was it an efficient system of government? in what sense was Athenian democracy the forerunner of modern democracies?

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