GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning 1 - International Relations 1900-2005 by Ben Walsh, Esther Arnott, Neil Thompson
  

GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning 1 - International Relations 1900-2005

Written by Ben Walsh, Esther Arnott, Neil Thompson
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Part of the History in Focus e-Learning Editions Series

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Synopsis

GCSE Modern World History Dynamic Learning 1 - International Relations 1900-2005 by Ben Walsh, Esther Arnott, Neil Thompson

This series provides eLearning activities to support all the GCSE Modern World History specifications. They are closely allied to the OCR, AQA and Edexcel Modern World History textbooks by Ben Walsh but can be used alongside any coursebook to enrich and vary the learning experience.

About the Author

Ben Walsh is an experienced Modern World History teacher and trainer, a best selling textbook author and a BETT award winner for his work using digital technology to teach history.

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CD-Audio

Author

Ben Walsh, Esther Arnott, Neil Thompson
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th December 2009

ISBN

9780340990490


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