This fully revised text will be essential for teachers seeking subject-specific guidance on meeting their pupils’ individual needs. In line with recent curriculum changes and the new SEN Code of Practice this book provides practical strategies and resources that have proved to be effective in History teaching. It will support teachers in making history accessible, challenging and exciting for all and draws on a wealth of experience, providing classroom activities which can be combined with different teaching approaches. The authors outline important key principles that should underpin teaching and learning in history so that all pupils can enjoy the subject and make outstanding progress.
About the Author
Richard Harris is Associate Professor in history education and Director of Teaching and Learning at the Institute of Education, University of Reading.
Ian Luff is Associate Tutor on the PGCE history course, University of East Anglia.
Table of Contents
Chapter One Legislation update
Chapter Two Teaching and Learning in History
Chapter Three Inclusive Classrooms
Chapter Four Role Play and Practical Demonstration
Chapter Five Monitoring
Chapter Six Managing Support