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History ....

Discussion in 'History' started by pendryl, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. Hello

    I am running an Oral History project with a group of 16-19 year olds. They are looking at WW2 and aim to create a performance event around their learning.

    There is a growing interest to create resources that could be used in the classroom e.g. podcasts / films or their own ideas for practical activities in the hope of making the particular period of history remain relevant to future generations.

    They each had mixed experiences about the way they learnt history at school, which they hope to combine to create a "multi sensory" history resource by the end of our project.

    We'd like to ensure, if and where possible we can include history teachers points of view in their research, so if anyone is willing to answer a very short set of questions about teaching history, we'd really welcome your thoughts - please email louise@bouncetheatre.com.

    Equally, if you like to see what they come up with at the end in terms of resources, please feel free to let us know!

    Many thanks!
     
  2. Hello

    I am running an Oral History project with a group of 16-19 year olds. They are looking at WW2 and aim to create a performance event around their learning.

    There is a growing interest to create resources that could be used in the classroom e.g. podcasts / films or their own ideas for practical activities in the hope of making the particular period of history remain relevant to future generations.

    They each had mixed experiences about the way they learnt history at school, which they hope to combine to create a "multi sensory" history resource by the end of our project.

    We'd like to ensure, if and where possible we can include history teachers points of view in their research, so if anyone is willing to answer a very short set of questions about teaching history, we'd really welcome your thoughts - please email louise@bouncetheatre.com.

    Equally, if you like to see what they come up with at the end in terms of resources, please feel free to let us know!

    Many thanks!
     

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