Industry, Reform & Empire: Britain 1750-1900 Oxbox CD-ROM by Aaron Wilkes, Katrina Shearman
  

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Industry, Reform & Empire: Britain 1750-1900 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 Industry, Reform and Empire: Britain 1750-1900 OxBox CD-ROM is a time-saving tool packed with interactive classroom activities to engage your whole class. Topics covered include Britain before the Industrial Revolution, The Age of Invention and The Victorians. 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

6th September 2012

ISBN

9780199136339


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