Authors: Dr. Peter Seixas, Tom Morton
Bringing historical thinking into the history and social studies classroom!
How does history become meaningful to students? When they see it as a mystery to be solved, an interpretation to be challenged and a way to see themselves in the larger fabric of human experience.
Bring powerful understanding of six historical thinking concepts into your classroom through teaching strategies and model activities.
Each chapter begins by featuring a case in which a prominent Canadian author has engaged one of the six concepts while writing a work of popular history or historical fiction.
The accompanying online site gives you access to:
- Modifiable Blackline Masters
- All graphics, photographs and illustrations from the text
- Additional teaching support
Table of Contents:
1. Historical Significance
3. Continuity and Change
4. Cause and Consequence
5. Historical Perspectives
6. Ethical Dimension