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History and Literacy (History in Practice)

Wendy Whitewood

History and Literacy (History in Practice)

by Wendy Whitewood

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Published by Hodder Murray .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teaching of a specific subject,
  • For National Curriculum Key Stage 3,
  • Study & Teaching,
  • History,
  • History: World

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10677705M
    ISBN 100340856114
    ISBN 109780340856116
    OCLC/WorldCa50101517

    Literacy in History In History, students develop literacy when they use historical sources, apply historical thinking concepts, develop texts and communicate their understanding. Using the literacy progression to support students in History The most relevant sub-elements of the literacy progression for History are Listening. Our collection of historical fiction books for kids includes timeless classics like Number the Stars, Secret Soldier, Fever and more!

      In her new book, The Woman Reader, Belinda Jack traces the stories of these women, which are marked by persistent efforts to prevent them from gaining literacy or reading what they wish. She also recounts the counter-efforts of those who have battled for girls’ access to books and education. Coding Literacy presents a social-material analysis of writing and coding/programming as constitutive of everyday life and its inequities. A timely and engaging work, Vee's book is a conversation starter for colleagues across computer and engineering sciences, education, and humanities disciplines.

    These worksheets, free to print, are designed for a comprehensive high school United States History course. There are worksheets total, in chronological order, divided into fifteen sections. Each handout contains a reading followed by a series of questions based on the reading. These are immensely popular with teachers, since they provide informational texts without any need for a textbook. Media and Information Literacy: An Integrated Approach for the 21st Century provides a novel rationale for the integration of media and information literacy and gives direction to contemporary media and information literacy education. The book takes a synthetic approach to these two areas, presenting critical histories of both.


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