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History Examinations from the 1960s to the present dayHistory Examinations from the 1960s to the present day
This analysis of the role of examinations in history teaching starts with what we have now and seeks to explain how we got there, as well as why there were a number of ‘dead-ends’ along the way
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History medium term planHistory medium term plan
Pupils should be taught to recognise that the past is represented and interpreted in different ways, and to give reasons for this
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Britain in The 20th Century: The Attempt to Construct a Socialist Common Wealth, 1945 1951Britain in The 20th Century: The Attempt to Construct a Socialist Common Wealth, 1945 1951
I discussed, in particular, the Welfare State, which was instituted by the Attlee Government, completing reforms of earlier governments: the Liberals, before the First World War, and then the wartime Coalition
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Government policy towards education and history teaching 1945 – early 1960s Government policy towards education after the 1944 Education ActGovernment policy towards education and history teaching 1945 – early 1960s Government policy towards education after the 1944 Education Act
There was also an enormous expansion of trained teachers through the emergency scheme which ran from 1944-51
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