Teaching Primary Humanities

Teaching Primary Humanities

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As primary subjects are increasingly being taught on an interdisciplinary level, Russell Grigg and Sioned Hughes have created an innovative new text, Teaching Primary Humanities. This new text explores current debate, encourages reflection and provides clear guidance on planning, teaching and assessing the humanities from the Early Years to Key Stage 2. Through a blend of theory and real-life examples, Grigg and Hughes demonstrate the contribution that history, geography and religious education can make to enhancing childrena€™s thinking, literacy, numeracy and ICT skills. Whether you are a trainee or a practitioner, this book will develop your knowledge of how young childrena€™s understanding of place, time and community can be fostered through a play-based curriculum. It will also benefit teachers of older children looking to encourage more independent learning in their schools. About the authors: Dr Russell Grigg is Head of the South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education. He is a trained primary inspector for England and Wales. He has written widely in the field of history and primary education including Wales in the Victorian Age and Becoming an Outstanding Primary Teacher. Dr Sioned Hughes is Senior Lecturer in Initial Teacher Training at the South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education. She has published many educational materials, especially in primary geography. Her work on Patagonia was recognised by the Welsh Books Council as the a€˜Bestselling Childrena€™s Booka€™ in 2011.Stories. Stories are essential to humanities teaching. They stimulate thought and satisfy the full range of human emotions. ... covered through the likes of Michael Foremana#39;s War Boy (Pavilion, 2006), Michael Morpurgoa#39;s Friend or Foe (Egmont, anbsp;...

Title:Teaching Primary Humanities
Author:Russell Grigg, Sioned Hughes
Publisher:Routledge - 2014-05-22


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