Technology, War & Identities: A World Study After 1900 Oxbox CD-ROM by Aaron Wilkes, Katrina Shearman
  

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Technology, War & Identities: A World Study After 1900 Oxbox CD-ROM by Aaron Wilkes, Katrina Shearman

KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes hooks students' interest in history using a unique and entertaining enquiry-led approach. The Technology, War and Identities: A World Study after 1900 OxBox CD-ROM is a time-saving tool packed with interactive classroom activities to engage your whole class. Topics covered include Democracy and dictatorship, World War I and II, the Cold War, Modern Britain, Protest and Terror. Designed to support and enhance the best-selling KS3 History student books by Aaron Wilkes, the OxBox CD-ROM is an easy-to-use bank of resources. See and hear history coming alive on-screen using the unique audio sources. Share ideas and encourage discussion using the eBook with annotation tools. Encourage whole-class participation with a wealth of interactive whiteboard activities. Support your lower ability students and stretch the more able using differentiated activity sheets. Save time with lesson ideas and planning support for every double-page in the book. You can even customize and add your own resources.

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CD-ROM
2 pages

Author

Aaron Wilkes, Katrina Shearman
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

25th October 2012

ISBN

9780199136322


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