primary history (3)

22 April was Earth Day, to mark this, the Historical Association is providing open access to recent editions of Primary History and Teaching History between 15-29 April. ‘Primary History 96’: Climate and environment edition – some of the articles to download for use as and when needed are:

  • The potential of primary history [to respond to the current ecological and climate crisis]
  • How much has the weather mattered in British history? A possible development study
  • A Significant Local Event: Carlisle floods
  • Earth heroes: Etta Lemon, ‘The Mother of Birds’
  • Linking history and science: how climate affected settlement
  • Exploring sustainability in the Early Years
  • Using indigenous and traditional stories to teach for climate and ecological action

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