The Victorians and 20th Century Britain by Christine Cooper, Alison Ewin
  

Synopsis

The Victorians and 20th Century Britain by Christine Cooper, Alison Ewin

Collins Virtual History: The Victorians and Twentieth Century Britain brings history to life with a range of simulations and activities. Pupils are engaged as they learn so much more than facts and dates, such as the medical practises and cures they had in Tudor times! Includes an extensive image bank of depictions and photographs. / Encourages children to think like historians, developing investigative and analytical skills as well as historical knowledge / Supports the national curriculum requirements for each topic area and is matched to the QCA Scheme of Work for History at Key Stage 2 / Is designed to be used by non-specialist teachers so everyone can be confident delivering the history lesson

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Christine Cooper and Alison Ewin

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains CD-ROM and Pamphlet
24 pages

Author

Christine Cooper, Alison Ewin
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Publisher


www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

20th April 2006

ISBN

9780007221578


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