5 ways to make history lessons engaging to students

09/17/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Taking a risk with classroom activities can help students connect with the history lessons taught, writes Joanna Duncan, a history teacher in London. In this blog post, Duncan offers five ways to beef up history lessons, including using historical artifacts, having students re-enact historical events and letting them take turns teaching the class about a topic they have researched for themselves.

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