History at Home: Talking About the Past
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One of the great things about history is that you’re not just stuck learning it at school. You can explore it pretty much anywhere: on holiday, out and about, or (you guessed it) at home. But how? Well, here’s one simple way: you can talk to people around you. Older relatives, neighbours and friends – they can tell you lots about the past. What was the world like when they were young? What did people do for a living? What did your neighbourhood look like years ago? They can probably tell you. But you’ll need to ask the right questions, and know what to listen out for. Not sure what to do? This book will help out…
- Helps kids discover history in their home and local area
- Shows how people they know can be a key historical source
- Teaches how to interview others and record useful findings
- A simple and hugely accessible way to bring history to life
June 7th, 2018
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