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Chapter 4: Planning for Progression and Opportunities for the Development of Key Skills

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Planning for Progression and Opportunities for the Development of Key Skills
Planning for progression and opportunities for the development of key skills
Chapter Objectives

By the end of this chapter you will have:

  • acquired an understanding of short-, medium- and long-term planning in history;
  • considered ways of planning for progression in children's learning in history;
  • explored how key concepts and skills can be developed within a well-planned sequence of history lessons.
Professional Standards for QTS

This chapter will support you as you work towards evidencing attainment against the following Standards:

Q22: Plan for progression across the age and ability range, designing effective learning sequences within lessons and across series of lessons …

Levels of Planning

Three levels of planning take place in schools: long-, medium- and short-term planning. Long-term planning covers the work of the ...

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