Britain 1066-1500 Teachers Resources by Tony McAleavy, Keith Worrall


Britain 1066-1500 Teachers Resources by Tony McAleavy, Keith Worrall

The first book of teacher's resources in a groundbreaking Key Stage 3 series designed to grab pupils' attention with its fresh approach to traditional content. In addition to the series of photocopiable worksheets, this teacher's guide includes recommendations for further extension activities. These suggestions will support less-able pupils and stretch the more-able.

About the Author

Tony McAleavy, Humanities Adviser, Gloucestershire; member of the QCA team who wrote the KS3 History Scheme of Work; author of Conflict in Ireland; Andrew Wrenn, History Adviser, Cambridgeshire; co-author of Minds and Machines (Longman Think Through History); KeithWorrall, Humanities Adviser, Doncaster; co-author of History Investigations

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Spiral bound
64 pages


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Publication date

20th June 2001



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