Each course provides five hours of NESA Registered PD.
This professional development day for primary teachers explores practical ways to teach skills and concepts through role-play.
Participants will be taken through current research into the value of using role-play to teach History. They will model and actively participate in successful role-play strategies for the classroom such as ‘teacher in role’, ‘hot seat’, ‘freeze frames’ and ‘role on the wall’.
Time will be dedicated to reflection and open discussion on ways to integrate role-play strategies into their lessons.
Participants will receive a range of handouts, reading material and references to support them in implementing role-play strategies in the classroom.
The course includes:
Engaging students through role-play
- The value of using role-play to teach History
- Forms of role-play
- Case studies using role-play
Source-based role-play in teaching History
- SLM education programs featuring role-play
- Sources, props and reproductions
- Scott Hill (Curator, Elizabeth Farm): Building role-play from historical sources
Experiencing source-based role-play strategies
- Three key strategies
- Reflection and discussion
- Effectiveness of role-play for engagement and learning
- Classroom adaptations and application
- Resources to support the use of role-play in implementing the K-10 History syllabus
History K-10 Syllabus
Historical concepts and skills:
- Empathetic understanding
- Analysis and use of sources
- Explanation and Communication
Find out more information at: http://sydneylivingmuseums.com.au/education/programs/teaching-primary-history-through-role-play
Early Bird $150
Early Bird $150
Pre-service and casual teachers $135
Completing each course in the Sydney Living Museums Teaching History in the primary classroom program will contribute 5 hours of NESA Registered PD, addressing 2.1.2, 3.4.2 and 6.2.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.