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Step 6 Pedagogic knowledge: teaching strategies and learning activities— planning and resourcing The final element in transforming academic history into classroom history is to adopt a teaching approach that enables the transfer to the pupils of the academic history. Your knowledge and understanding of the history you are teaching, and the procedural knowledge upon which it is based, provides a framework upon which your teaching approach is built (Carré and Ovens, 1994:5). Within the framework there may be many such teaching approaches but they all have in common the fact that they reflect the academic knowledge that you teach.

While we can explain the behaviour of Genghis History 7–11 20 Khan, Richard III, Ivan the Terrible, Hitler, Stalin and Pol Pot within their social context and the mentalities of those involved, this is no reason to duck judging their behaviour against our own values and beliefs. Ivan was a cruel and capricious killer, Hitler and Pol Pot responsible for genocide. 5 MORALS, VALUES AND BELIEFS 1. Take your last history topic. 2. In it, identify the behaviour of an individual or groups that you would condemn using present-day values.

5. The academic explanation of the burial. The context of the investigation The archaeologists decided to excavate a mound that stood in a farmyard: History 7–11 40 To the north and east the ground is flat. From the site there is a wide view over the sea, the distant mountains to the south and the plain to the north. In this district the light, sandy soils, alternating with more clayey soils, form rich agricultural land. In the farmyard a quite substantial mound (known as Cronk Keeilleig) had survived centuries of agricultural activity, protected by the belief that anyone digging in an old burial mound—and it was always regarded as such—would suffer a terrible punishment… (Bersu and Wilson, 1966) At this point in the article there was no evidence that this was a Viking burial mound, although the mound was similar to other Viking mounds on the island.

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