Medieval Realms for Common Entrance and Key Stage 3 by Tim Lomas, Colin Shephard, Rosemary Rees, Martin Collier
  

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Medieval Realms for Common Entrance and Key Stage 3 by Tim Lomas, Colin Shephard, Rosemary Rees, Martin Collier

Motivate and thoroughly prepare your pupils for Common Entrance history exams with these ISEB-endorsed textbooks. Medieval Realms for Common Entrance and Key Stage 3 covers the popular topic Medieval Britain - especially focusing on: - Good and bad monarchs from William I to Richard III - Religious life - including life in monasteries and convents and the Crusades - Social life - village life, town life and medieval medicine. Key features of our approach: - A bold, meaty and authoritative narrative providing clear explanation of the content - Carefully constructed tasks developing pupils understanding of the content and building their extended writing skills - particularly preparing them for the challenge of the Common Entrance essay - Source Investigations on each of the current and planned nominated topics in the syllabus - Advice on how to prepare for the Common Entrance examination. Additional features: - 'What?' and 'Who?' boxes throughout the text develop historical vocabulary and biographical knowledge. - 'Did you know?' boxes focus on fascinating, amusing, or illuminating details of history - trivia with a purpose.

About the Author

Colin Shephard was formerly the Director of the Schools History Project. He is Chief Examiner for OCR GCSE Modern World History, and is leading the development of the new and innovative History GCSE Specification being piloted from 2006-2008. much in demand as trainer for GCSE and IGCSE. He was the Series Editor of the Discovering the Past series for both Key Stage 3 and GCSE.

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Paperback
192 pages

Author

Tim Lomas, Colin Shephard, Rosemary Rees, Martin Collier
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

29th December 2006

ISBN

9780340899847


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