Immigrants and Exiles Scotland 1830s-1930s by Sydney Wood, Duncan Toms
  

Synopsis

Immigrants and Exiles Scotland 1830s-1930s by Sydney Wood, Duncan Toms

The Intermediate History series is aimed at Intermediate 1 and 2 students. The emphasis in each book is on the source-based approach required, with a range of activities including recall, evaluation, deriving data from sources and extended response questions. Text and activities are differentiated to give full support to Intermediate 1 students. This title looks at immigrants and exiles in Scotland from 1830 to 1940.

Reviews

Each chapter is clearly laid out with text and source materials as well as giving excellent advice on examination technique and how to produce extended responses at Intermediate 1 and Intermediate 2 levels. Go on, find the money and you will purchase a worthwhile text at GBP8.99! SATH Resources Review Issue no 28

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Sydney Wood, Duncan Toms
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Publisher

Publication date

1st June 2001

ISBN

9780340774557


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