Presenting the Past (2) - Britain 1500-1750 by Tony McAleavy, Andrew Wrenn, Keith Worrall
  

Synopsis

Presenting the Past (2) - Britain 1500-1750 by Tony McAleavy, Andrew Wrenn, Keith Worrall

The second pupil book in a groundbreaking Key Stage 3 series designed to grab pupils' attention with its fresh approach to traditional conten Presenting the Past 2 includes: * Elizabeth I and her problems * Who were the Tudors? * What should Elizabeth do first? * A Spanish view of the Armada Charles I and Oliver Cromwell * The Execution of Charles I: film versus historian * Was Oliver Cromwell a war criminal? How close to success did the Jacobites come? *Who fought at the Battle of Culloden? *Who needs the Stuarts? Images of an age * What can we learn from portraits 1500-1750? * Can we use modern films as historical evidence?

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...bursting with exciting tasks, thinking skills and historical games...A blast of fresh air for history teachers everywhere. The Teacher

About the Author

Andrew Wrenn, History Adviser, Cambridgeshire; co-author of Minds and Machines (Longman Think Through History); Keith Worrall, Humanities Adviser, Doncaster; co-author of History Investigations

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Tony McAleavy, Andrew Wrenn, Keith Worrall
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

20th January 2002

ISBN

9780007114610


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