Presentation on theme: "How do I progress in History? What does the National Curriculum mean for me?"— Presentation transcript:
How do I progress in History? What does the National Curriculum mean for me?
Unlocking the National Curriculum The top two statements in every level show you how to move up to the next National Curriculum level The Middle two statements in every level show that you are achieving a good National Curriculum level The first two statements in every level show that you have just moved into a National Curriculum Level
National Curriculum Level 3 Find useful stuff from Sources Answer questions about the past Describe how there are different versions of what happened Remember facts and explain causes for an event Work well on my own Use the right names and dates for my history lessons PROGRESSPROGRESS Working at Level 3 I can……….
National Curriculum Level 4 Find things that are the same and that are different in History Find answers from different sources to work out your answers Find reasons why something happened and the results Describe what life was like in the past Produce an accurate timeline Use details in my work PROGRESSPROGRESS Working at Level 4 I can……….
National Curriculum Level 5 See how causes and changes can be linked. Recognise when evidence is biased and unreliable Collect relevant information from written and visual sources choose information to describe the past in detail Make better use of historical words and terms Remember important key facts PROGRESSPROGRESS Working at Level 5 I can……….
National Curriculum Level 6 Analyse why history is sometimes shown in different ways Reach my own conclusions about the past I can use information I have collected to argue a point of view Understand peoples’ ideas and attitudes in the past Suggest which causes are most important Suggest which changes are the most important PROGRESSPROGRESS Working at Level 6 I can……….
National Curriculum Level 7 Investigate and reach conclusions working on my own Evaluate and use sources critically Analyse reasons for, and results of, events and changes Explain how and why different versions of the past have been produced Understand that there are different types of historical writing Link the history of Britain to the wider world PROGRESSPROGRESS Working at Level 7 I can……….
National curriculum Level 8 Explain complex historical ideas and form independent judgements Explain reasons and results in a wider historical context Evaluate historical sources critically Analyse and explain different historical interpretations Produce well structured, different types of historical writing Select, organise and deploy relevant information PROGRESSPROGRESS Working at Level 8 I can……….
Exceptional Performance Explain and analyse relationships between a wide range of events, people, ideas and changes and between the features of different societies and cultures Analyse links between events and developments between different countries and periods Reach sustained and balanced conclusions independently Use information critically to produce detailed historical enquiries that support an argument Have an extensive and detailed understanding of British history and its relationship to the wider world If I work at an exceptional level I will…….