Words like "heritage" and "regeneration" are often mere pious abstractions. In Citizenship: Using the Evidence of the Historic Environment, they take on substance. The attractive and well-illustrated 72-page booklet offers guidance to primary and secondary teachers who want their classes to think about the past, present and future of where they live. There is sensible advice on how to gather and share information and opinions, and case studies show how ideas can be put into practice.
Citizenship: Using the Evidence of the Historic Environment (ISBN 85074 857 8) costs pound;9.99 from English Heritage Postal Sales, co Gillards, Trident Works, Temple Cloud, Bristol, BS39 5AZ.
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