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Whose History? Engaging History Students through Historical Fiction

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Whose History? Engaging History Students through Historical Fiction
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Publisher: University of Adelaide Press
ISBN-13: 9781922064516
Number of pages: 283

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'Whose History?' aims to illustrate how historical novels and their related genres may be used as an engaging teacher/learning strategy for student teachers in pre-service teacher education courses. The book examines the traditions in Australian historical fiction.

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