Assess understanding in the history classroom

| October 4, 2017

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Whether quickly testing fact retention, or challenging your students’ to write a balanced argument, checking that your class understand what they have been taught is a vital part of teaching. To support you in identifying the progress your pupils are making, we’ve selected some time-saving topic-specific assessments, resource packs and preparation activities.Ask your students to confirm in writing that they understood the events of 1066 with this well-structured lesson, which contains three clear tasks to prepare them for an assessment. Alternatively, test your budding Medievalists with this comprehensive Black Death assessment.

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