How do I make a history project?


  1. Decide what you want to know.
  2. Find out what has been done already.
  3. Envision the overall research project.
  4. Consider possible end products.
  5. Make a list of necessary equipment, people, and materials.
  6. Estimate how long your project will take.
  7. Make a sequence of tasks and list when you will need to complete them.

What is taught in ks3 history?

In Key Stage 3 history, your child will study local, British and world history. This will include learning about significant events, people and changes from the recent and more distant past.

What is the first step in a history research project?

Historical research involves the following steps: Identify an idea, topic or research question. Conduct a background literature review. Refine the research idea and questions.

What do year 10 learn in History?

Students will develop and extend their knowledge and understanding of key events, periods and societies in British and wider world History, learning about the diversity of the human experience. They will also learn to consider the Historical significance of people, events and developments.

What years are KS3?

Key stages

Child’s age Year Key stage
10 to 11 Year 6 KS2
11 to 12 Year 7 KS3
12 to 13 Year 8 KS3
13 to 14 Year 9 KS3

Is there a history lesson plan for KS3?

A great way to consider the qualities of leadership within a KS3 history lesson. Click here to get this free lesson plan.

What to do for history homework in Year 7?

The projects could be set alongside the study of ancient Rome (year 7), the Tudors (year 8) and World War II (Year 9). Feel free to customise and adapt, especially the Year 9 homework proj (which mentions how my local area – Hebburn/Jarrow – was changed by WWII!), I just hope they might be helpful/useful as a starting off point.

How old do you have to be to use KS3 history?

These can be used by teachers, homeschoolers and self-learners. They are suitable for students aged between 11-14 and include revision material and assessments (with answers). If you or your school are teaching KS3 History, this bundle is the most complete set of teaching materials available to help you deliver the best lessons for your students.

Are there any hands on history projects for teens?

I’ve put together a wide variety of hands-on projects that are teen approved, for five different time periods, that you can easily add to your lesson plans. Trust me, you’ll want to click through and check them out.