15 iPad lessons for KS2 History in the New Curriculum by Lee Parkinson

15 iPad lessons for KS2 History in the New Curriculum

By Lee Parkinson

  • Release Date: 2014-09-14
  • Genre: Education
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If you have access to iPads in the classroom and need inspiration through practical and useful lesson ideas, this eBook is for you. 

This guide is aimed at teachers looking for cross curricular links and ways of using mobile technology to really enhance learning. Each lesson looks at how technology can encourage children to use a wide range of skills to help develop their understanding on the topic. You will notice that each lesson links, wherever possible, to other curriculum areas other than just History. 
The examples of work from each lesson is based on the topic of The Tudors. The eBook has a broader scope than just the Tudor topic. It’s topic specific because it helps to demonstrate the usefulness of these resources when you do tie them to a particular topic, but many of the ideas have crossover to other periods/eras/epochs/ages. Even if you no longer study the Tudors, this eBook will provide you with lesson ideas you can easily adapt to other topics, and each lesson explains how it can be adapted to other History topics.

The eBook is full of inspiring and stimulating ideas, cover a range of different curriculum areas such as:

Each lesson contains links to the New Primary Curriculum with an explanation for carrying out the activity. This eBook demonstrates how the iPad can be utilised in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning. Although all the lessons are based around ‘The Tudors,’ teachers can easily adapt each lesson to any topic or focus in the class. 

All of the lessons have been tried and tested in a primary classroom and examples of work children have produced are shared on many of the pages. 

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