This handbook demonstrates how computers can effectively contribute to the teaching of history. It also offers general advice on generic software, key processes in ICT, the role of the co-ordinator, and making the most of the Internet.
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Activities referenced to DfESQCA and other curriculum subjects
Key Stage 2P47 Activities
1c NLS allows pupils answer questions appropriate vocabulary artefacts ask and answer Ask pupils Assessment focus Pupils CD-ROM encyclopedias clip art colour computer with Internet copy and paste create database desktop publishing Developing ideas digital camera Discuss draw Egyptian Exchanging and sharing Finding things Fire of London Florence Nightingale framework program Granada Learning Greek pots highlight images Indus Valley Civilisation Introduction p.26 Johnny Appleseed Kidspiration Knossos Learning objectives Pupils Learning resources lesson Logotron maps multimedia authoring software multimedia program Museum painting program Painting software PC CD-ROM portrait posters PowerPoint Microsoft print save printer range of sources record Remembrance Day resources A computer Roman Scan scanner screen seaside holidays sharing information 3a Snaith Snaith Primary story StoryMaker Suggested activities Pupils Sutton Hoo talk teachers things happen 2a things out 1a toys Tudor exploration Tudor period understand Victorian house Vikings websites Vocabulary word bank word processor writing frame