SHP History Year 7 Pupil's Book The Roman Empire and England 1066-1500 by Maggie Wilson, Ian Dawson
  

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SHP History Year 7 Pupil's Book The Roman Empire and England 1066-1500 by Maggie Wilson, Ian Dawson

Build your students' understanding and skills step by step with Schools History Project's carefully planned approach to Key Stage 3. Part of the dynamic and coherent book-per-year course, this textbook combines expertise in course planning with features that reflect the possibilities and requirements of the National Curriculum. It has everything you would expect from the Schools History Project, including intriguing content, in-depth historical investigation, meaningful tasks and a wealth of source material. This first book in the series - a course for Year 7 - both introduces the themes of empire, movement and settlement, conflict, power, ordinary life and ideas and beliefs and provides in-depth enquiries on key aspects of medieval England. - Help students develop their skills and improve their own performance with 'How to...' activities and the 'Doing History' feature. - Suit all abilities and interests with stimulating and worthwhile activities which cater to a wide range of learning styles. - Build the big pictures across Key Stage 3 with overviews and big stories which link the course together and develop students' conceptual frameworks. This Student's Book is supported by a Teacher's Resource Book and a Dynamic Learning resource which offers dozens of activities, presentations, ICT-based lesson sequences and hundreds of audio clips.

About the Author

Ian Dawson is Publications Director of the Schools History Project and creator of www.thinkinghistory.co.uk. Maggie Wilson is lead teacher for Teaching and Learning at Wyke Manor School, Bradford.

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Format

Paperback
228 pages

Author

Maggie Wilson, Ian Dawson
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th April 2008

ISBN

9780340907337


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