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The drama lesson was far more successful in enabling children to focus on their learning and understanding of history. Children described how this experience helped them to make links in their learning, both between areas of study within the unit on Saxons, across different units of history and with their present-day experiences. However, the task type most successful at promoting deep approaches to historical ideas was historical enquiry using original artefacts, with three-quarters of children focusing on understanding ideas relating to the lives of Saxons and the nature and use of historical evidence.

1? How might we move away from the predictable and routine responses that such an arrangement provokes from children, and how might we engage the learning of more than one child at a time? Indeed, the kind of thinking we want children to employ, justifying their positions; considering alternative perspectives; constructing and exploring new meanings and understandings; and engaging with big ideas; simply is not going to happen in a climate of overbearing control by the teacher. Without losing the value of sensitive questioning, we must reject the ‘chief questioner’ role for the teacher, and adopt one which is more helpful in promoting productive talk.

They have a degree of self belief, a knowledge that most problems are solvable if looked at in the right way and show considerable determination 6. Learning identities are not entirely fixed, and schools can have an enormous influence on the identities children adopt as learners: (a) the practices of traditional classrooms encourage ‘received knowers’; (b) problem-oriented, collaborative and discursive classrooms encourage ‘discursive knowers’. 7. We should develop curricula which encourage children to think about and see the world as, for example, poets, painters, geographers, scientists, mathematicians, and historians, to explore, represent and understand their worlds and consider how others have done the same.

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