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Can any one help please?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by Alextrain, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Alextrain

    Alextrain New commenter

    Hi, does anyone have a copy of the Channel 4/Yorkshire TV programme series Britons at War: primary history:7-11 olds that I could borrow please??? In particular I'm interested in the first episode 'The road to war'. I thought I found a copy on Amazon but it is something different. I'm happy to pay postage and will return after Easter. Many thanks in advance.
     
  2. Lara mfl 05

    Lara mfl 05 Star commenter

    I've already written a reply to this. Must be elsewhere on another forum- though both appear to say Primary?
    Incase you haven't read it here it is again
    Can't help directly, however on this site
    http://www.broadcastforschools.co.uk/site/How_We_Used_to_Live
    it appears the 'first' episode is not entitled 'The Road to War'. Or in fact any of the episodes, so perhaps the title is slightly different to hat you remember?

    No longer updated but there may still be resources here http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primar...rowing_up_in_wartime/teachers_resources.shtml.

    As 'technically' anything post 1066 is no longer covered in Primary, unless done as a local study you may find this article interesting.
    It says
    It is possible to retain a study of World War II in Key Stage II provided that the unit of study either links to the locality, or shows how this was a turning point and draws links to knowledge that children have already developed. In this section you will find podcasts, articles and resources to help you plan to teach World War II as a local study or turning point in history.
    site is here https://www.history.org.uk/primary/categories/britain-since-1930

    which may, or may not, be of use.
     
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  3. Stiltskin

    Stiltskin Star commenter

    @Lara mfl 05 is right. The name was How we Used to Live.
    First episode is on YouTube: youtube.com/watch?v=xcEl0SIIj7g
     
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