This programme takes a look...
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Dan Lyndon, a secondary history teacher from Henry Compton School in west London, specialises in teaching British black history.
In this programme, we explore some of the preconceptions surrounding the subject and offer advice on how it can be incorporated into the curriculum.
During a lesson entitled, Queen Elizabeth and the Blackmoores, Lyndon demonstrates how, contrary to popular belief, black history does not have to be taught as a stand-alone subject.
The programme highlights a range of active learning techniques which can be used to help incorporate black history. It also offers suggestions on where else in the curriculum the subject can be applied.
Part of the series: Primary NQTs
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