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ICT across the curriculum: History

teacher pointing at a Viking longboat

This section provides guidance on how ICT can be used effectively to support interactive whole class teaching during the History lessons.

ICT can give access to a wide range of resources, images and information allowing children to access historical sources for evaluation during whole class teaching.

It is important to note however that ICT should be used when it enhances the lesson or facilitates better learning and teaching

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Promethean iconUnit 6A A Roman case study
Powerpoint iconUnit 6A A Roman case study
Promethean iconUnit 6B An Anglo-Saxon case study
Powerpoint iconUnit 6B An Anglo-Saxon case study
Promethean iconUnit 6C A Viking case study
Powerpoint iconUnit 6C A Viking case study
Promethean iconUnit 8 What were the differences between rich and
poor peoples' lives in Tudor
times?

Powerpoint iconUnit 8 What were the differences between rich and
poor peoples' lives in Tudor
times?

Promethean iconUnit 9 What was it like for children during the
Second World War?

Powerpoint iconUnit 9 What was it like for children during the
Second World War?

Promethean iconUnit 10 What can we find out about ancient Egypt
from what has survived?

Powerpoint iconUnit 10 What can we find out about ancient Egypt
from what has survived?

Promethean iconUnit 11 What was it like for children living in Victorian
Britain?

Powerpoint iconUnit 11 What was it like for children living in Victorian
Britain?

Promethean iconUnit 12 How did life change in Hereford in the past?
Promethean iconUnit 14 Who were the Ancient Greeks?
Powerpoint iconUnit 14 Who were the Ancient Greeks?
Promethean iconUnit 15 How do we use Greek ideas today?
Powerpoint iconUnit 15 How do we use Greek ideas today?

These resources were produced by Herefordshire LEA


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