THE RESOURCE HAS INFLUENCED ME TO TEACH THE FIRST WORLD WAR DIFFERENTLY.History Teacher, Ditton Park Academy, Slough
I THINK I WILL LOOK MORE AT THE HUMAN SIDE OF WAR RATHER THAN JUST FACTS AND FIGURES.
Share primary and secondary sources with your students and help them to make personal connections with the First World War.
Explore the human side of war, and how friendship boosted moral in battle and behind the front line.
Examine the ways in which the First World War affected the lives of different groups of people, and how injuries sustained by soldiers on the front line led to advances in medical practice.
Develop an understanding of the methods of historical enquiry and find out why contrasting arguments and interpretations of the past have been formed.
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