Free at Last Race Relations in the USA, 1918-1968 by John Kerr
  

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Free at Last Race Relations in the USA, 1918-1968 by John Kerr

This text has been written to accompany the popular option in the Intermediate History course. As the text is written for the Intermediate course, the approach is a source-based one, with progressive text and activities clearly differentiated in difficulty. Each chapter opens with a list of the main points to be covered, and contains numerous What Do You Think? sections, together with a range of primary and secondary source material. The end-of-chapter questions are pitched at both Intermediate 1 level (covering recall, evaluation and deriving data from source) as well as Intermediate 2 extended-response questions. The text also provides a breakdown of how the exam is structured as well as ideas on how to tackle extended-response type questions.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

John Kerr
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Publisher

Hodder Gibson an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

1st May 2000

ISBN

9780340780091


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