Lesson Ideas

A space for teachers to share and discuss interesting, innovative and creative lesson ideas related to the teaching of history.

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Reading Propaganda


Reading Propaganda

‘Only the mob and the elite can be attracted by the momentum of totalitarianism itself. The masses have to be won by propaganda.’


  • History: Whose Story?

    History: Whose Story?

    Things are not always as they appear! Mainstream society often uses hegemonic ideals to promote a mass-produced homogenised culture. This...

  • Gandhi and Non-Violence

    Gandhi and Non-Violence

    Teaching History through a study of sources

  • Understanding Displacement : I

    Understanding Displacement : I

    Historiana.edu, an excellent web resource for history and social science teachers, came up with a pertinent learning activity: using case...

  • Conference to Classroom: Chapter 2

    Conference to Classroom: Chapter 2

    Working on what they took away from the conference proceedings, the teachers of Modern High School created grade/class-specific lesson ideas

  • Poetry and Citizenship

    Poetry and Citizenship

    Explore the NRC through a poetry movement by the ‘char-chapori’ muslim community in Assam.





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