March 2014
Teaching History;Spring2014, Issue 66, following p22
The article outlines expectations for historical knowledge for students in Key Stage 1, or 5-7 years of age, under England's 2014 National Curriculum. According to the author, students should develop an awareness of the past, be able to locate their studies within a chronological framework, learn historical terms, and understand some ways in which the past is explored and represented. Examples of ways to teach changes within memory, significant individuals, and local history are presented.


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