Many of you are kind enough to tell us when the lessons you have taught using our material and approaches, which you have adapted to your own circumstances, have gone down a storm. Here are just some of your favourites so you can see that others enjoyed them as much as you have. I have kept the list deliberately short. Others will follow later.
Why do we remember so much about Florence and so little about Mary Seacole?https://www.keystagehistory.co.uk/keystage-1/why-have-we-remembered-so-much-about-florence-nightingale-and-so-little-about-mary-seacole/
Why were the Wright brothers the first to launch man-powered flight?
Why did Scott not get to the South Pole first?
Opening up of Tutankhamun’s tomb
Would you want to be an idiot in Ancient Athens?
So why did the Emperor Claudius leave sunny Italy to invade this cold distant island? https://www.keystagehistory.co.uk/keystage-2/ks2-roman-britain-why-did-claudius-invade/
Anglo-Saxon:mystery of the empty grave
Execution of Charles I Advising the film director https://www.keystagehistory.co.uk/keystage-3/the-execution-of-charles-i-a-study-in-source-analysis-and-evaluation/
Dread of the Lash. Pupils test textbook oversimplifications using fascinating plantation records.
Why did 15 year old boys sign up so eagerly in1914? https://www.keystagehistory.co.uk/keystage-3/why-did-15-year-old-boys-want-to-join-up-in-1914/
Battalion 101: So why did they shoot? https://www.keystagehistory.co.uk/free-samples/battalion-101-why-did-they-shoot-a-history-mystery/
Causes of World War One. How would you apportion blame? https://www.keystagehistory.co.uk/keystage-3/outstanding-lessons-keystage-3/20th-century-world/ks3-4-causes-world-war-one-blame-game/
If Churchill’s popularity rating rarely dropped below 80% during the Second World War, why then was there a landslide victory for Labour in 1945?