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About John Fairclough

John Fairclough is a published author. Published credits of John Fairclough include A Teacher's Guide to History Through Role Play (Education on Site), Framlingham and Orford Castles (Handbooks for Teachers), and Living History: Reconstructing the Past with Children (Education on Site).
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Published Works by John Fairclough
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1. A Teacher's Guide to History Through Role Play (Education on Site) (Pape...
    Author: John Fairclough, Patrick Redsell
    Publisher: English Heritage
? 03/1994
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2. Framlingham and Orford Castles: A Handbook for Teachers (Handbooks for t...
    Author: John Fairclough
    Publisher: English Heritage
? 01/01/1990
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3. Living History: Reconstructing the Past with Children (Education on Site...
    Author: John Fairclough, Patrick Redsell
    Publisher: English Heritage
? 12/1985
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