Stages 4 & 5
History

FREE ON-DEMAND
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
WORKSHOPS

Stage 4 and 5 History Professional Development Workshop
View sample pages for Insight History for NSW 2E Stages 4 & 5


Make History relevant and prepare your Stage 5 and 4 students for HSC success


Join New South Wales’ most experienced author team across two online sessions as they discuss strategies to help your students place the events of 2020 within a historical context and acquire the skills they need to succeed in HSC History.

Presented by Bernie Howitt and Emily Shanahan.

Session 1: Using the events of 2020 to make History relevant for students

Presented by:
Bernie Howitt

Date: 11/8/20

Video duration: 55 minutes


The events of 2020 give students the opportunity to reflect on their experiences in a historical context.

Presented by Oxford Insight History for NSW and Key Features of Modern History author Bernie Howitt, this session gives teachers an insight into how they can make History meaningful to their students and use the historical skills and concepts to examine recent events.

Session 2: Embedding historical skills and concepts through Stages 4 and 5

Presented by:
Bernie Howitt and Emily Shanahan

Date: 17/8/20

Video duration: 68 minutes


Presented by Oxford Insight History for NSW authors Bernie Howitt and Emily Shanahan, this session demonstrates how embedding the historical skills and concepts through Stages 4 and 5 will prepare students for success in Stage 6 Ancient and Modern History.

Coming soon for 2021


Oxford Insight History for NSW 2E is an engaging, academically rigorous series created by New South Wales’ most trusted author team that has been fully revised to prepare students for the demands of the recently updated Stage 6 Ancient and Modern History Syllabuses.

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