The Updated OAT History Curriculum Please read the overview tables for each year alongside the important principles for each enquiry table YEAR 7 Autumn1 Autumn2 Spring1 Spring2 Summer1 Summer2 Key Enquiry Question: What changed from the Stone Age to the Vikings? (Bridging History) What makes a good historian? What was migrating along the SilkContinue reading “OAT History Curriculum”
A trainee asked but ‘what do you actually do with pupils in typical KS3 lessons? So this is my list of typical and common activities I would use, that might be of use in generating ideas. Entrance/Start of lesson -Retrieval – differing level q challenge grid, interleaving quizzes (last lesson, last week, last month) keywordContinue reading “Typical History Lesson Activities”
Jenner’s report has its own summary of key points as you read it through, but below is a mixture of key take-aways and my favourite quotes to focus thinking on from the Ofsted research review for History History Ofsted Research Report – Key Quotes Curriculum High quality curriculum requires content emphasis within lessons to be ‘made live’.Continue reading “Ofsted History Report Take-aways”
Ideal places to start for Early Career Teachers Pedagogy (TS2 How pupils learn, TS4 Classroom practice, TS5 Adaptive teacher) T&L – Google Drive Summary of Kate Jones, Retrieval Practice T&L – Google Drive, Summary of Rosenshine’s Principles of Instruction Principles of Instruction: Research-Based Strategies That All Teachers Should Know, by Barak Rosenshine; American Educator Vol. 36,Continue reading “Digital Reading Lists for Teachers”
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