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For exemplification material in Social Subjects, follow any of the 5-14 Online links you see next to the relevant target - once you are on the page click on the "commentary" for more information. This information comes from the 5-14 Teacher Support CD - Gathering & Interpreting Evidence: Social Subjects. The exemplification material may also be found at the LTS managed 5-14 Online.

ICT in Social Subjects - Fife Council Education Service Nuffield Primary History
Edinburgh Grid for Learning - Social Subjects Pack

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People in the past
People, events & societies of significance in the past

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PPA-A1.1 People, events & societies of  significance in the past
Give examples of people and events in the past that are of significance to them in relation to their families, or in relation to their community. Developing an understanding of distinctive features of life in the past and why certain societies, people and events are regarded as significant. At this stage pupils will talk about people who have had an effect on their family, e.g. grandparents, friends; events in the past that have affected their family, e.g. weddings, birthdays, Click here to go to the start of this Strandmoving house, local celebrations/festivals.
PPA-A1.2 People, events & societies of significance in the past

Give examples of stories they have heard that give them information about the past, and describe what they have learned.

Developing an understanding of individual and social needs and the relationship to economic factors.

They might retell stories about the past, e.g. what happened in the village/town during the war, what Grandma did when she was a child, what their local area used to look like, a story about the Romans. From this, pupils should be able to describe some particular points that they have learned about the past, e.g. that clothes were different, that children's Click here to go to the start of this Strandgames have changed.

People in the past
Change and continuity, cause and effect
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