General resources for teaching A level


I have included a section on resources as it is likely that keeping up-to-date with all the recent websites/articles is a tough job, especially if you are teaching in a 11-19 school and only a small proportion of your timetable is devoted to A level teaching. Although I have divided resources into three sections, it is likely to be the last that will bring you most immediate benefits, not least in saving you time

General resources for teaching A level

Constructing History 11-19 , Sage 2008(Paperback)

by Arthur Chapman (Author, Editor), Hilary Cooper (Editor)


Teaching History: Developing as a Reflective Secondary Teacher (Paperback) Ian Phillips (Author)

Better Lessons in A Level History (History In Practice)

by Diana Laffin (Author), Christine Counsell (Series Editor), Hodder Education

For students

The Institute of Historical Research have produced a new website called Making History which should come in very handy, especially for UCAS personal statement writers and A-Level students looking for historical interpretations. It has a database of significant historians, and examines the significant themes that have affected history over the last hundred years, such as Cultural History, Marxist History, Social History, etc and the leading historians associated with

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