GCSE Modern World History for Edexcel: A Divided Union? The USA 1945-70 by Steve Waugh, John Wright
  

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GCSE Modern World History for Edexcel: A Divided Union? The USA 1945-70 by Steve Waugh, John Wright

Give students in-depth, topic-focused content plus structured exam guidance for GCSE Edexcel History with this textbook written by experts and endorsed by Edexcel. This series for Edexcel GCSE Modern World History has been written to encourage students to achieve the highest possible grades. It does this by combining detailed narrative and a rich variety of sources with a highly structured approach to gradually developing students' skills in answering exam-style questions as they work through the course. Enable students to gain a good knowledge and understanding of the content by outlining and examining the key issues of the GCSE history topic in turn. Develop students' enthusiasm for learning the topic through a variety of activities designed to engage and motivate them. Help students feel secure in how they will be assessed by providing dedicated support in how to answer different exam-style questions, including exam-model answers, exam tips and commentary.

About the Author

Steve Waugh taught history at all levels for over thirty-five years at an inner city comprehensive school and a small private school. He has written history textbooks for several leading publishers. John Wright is an experienced author of GCSE textbooks.

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Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Steve Waugh, John Wright
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

26th February 2010

ISBN

9780340984376


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