Multicultural Britain by J. A. Cloake, M.R. Tudor


Multicultural Britain by J. A. Cloake, M.R. Tudor

Designed specifically to meet the requirements of new British History coursework options in GCSE Modern World History and Schools History specifications. This book presents a lively and engaging picture of multicultural Britain in the twentieth century. A wide range of questions and activities encourage students to think about the positive aspects as well as the difficulties of living in a multicultural community and to appreciate the rich diversity of the British people. The text is particularly suitable for AQA History specifications and is a useful resource for the teaching of Citizenship as part of a wider History curriculum.

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80 pages


J. A. Cloake, M.R. Tudor
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Publication date

18th October 2001



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