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Teaching National 3/4 History

Discussion in 'Scotland - curriculum' started by Henders1977, Sep 23, 2018.

  1. Henders1977

    Henders1977 New commenter

    Hello there.

    I am looking for any tips/advice/guidance re teaching National 4 and 3 History. I have been a History teacher for nearly 20 years in the North of England. I secured a teaching post at a special school in West Lothian in November 2017 and I am teaching a History group this year. I have looked at all the information available on the SQA website, but I would appreciate advice from colleagues re resources, curriculum planning and getting pupils' work ready for verification. There isn't another historian at my school and I want to make sure I am teaching my pupils the correct topics - any advice would be much appreciated. I have bought textbooks, but they are a bit too challenging for the kids I teach. Most of the group will probably do national 3 at first. Especially as I have mainly worried about getting kids through their GCSEs and A Levels in the past. My fault for marrying a Scottish girl!

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