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Title: Developing a series of video clips to support the teaching of the First World War
Author(s): Taylor, Kieran
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Issue Date: 2020
Date Deposited: 9-May-2022
Citation: Taylor K (2020) Developing a series of video clips to support the teaching of the First World War. SATH History Teaching Review Yearbook, 27, pp. 34-42.
Abstract: This article discusses the development of a series of forthcoming educational videos. These have been designed to support the teaching of the First World War in Scottish schools. The videos have been developed to support pupils at National and Higher phases. They have been funded by the Economic and Social History Society of Scotland (ESHSS) as part of their Education Outreach Fund as a response to the COVID 19 pandemic. They make use of locations and objects related to the history of the First World War in Scotland and use primary sources such as images and videos deposited in digital archives. In discussing the creation of video resources the article examines the wider pedagogy around the use and effect of the video clip in history teaching. It also provides a professional reflection on some of the practicalities and challenges associated with the production of video resources by teachers as well as the current debates around the teaching of the First World War.
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