Making literacy easy in History

What’s important in literacy in History?
Students need to be able to

  • analyse and interpret sources and evidence from different times, places and cultures
  • explore, analyse, question, discuss and communicate historical information, concepts and ideas
  • explore historical concepts including cause and effect, change and continuity, significance, empathy and contestability
  • take an informed position on historical issues based on sources and evidence
  • use a wide range of informative, persuasive and imaginative texts in multiple modes, including stories, narratives, recounts, reports, lists, explanations, arguments, illustrations, timelines, maps, tables, graphs, photographs, images and objects.
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