History in Progress: Pupil Book 3 (1901-Present) by Martin Collier, Rosemary Rees, Steve Day, Stuart Clayton
  

History in Progress: Pupil Book 3 (1901-Present)

Written by Martin Collier, Rosemary Rees, Steve Day, Stuart Clayton
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Part of the History in Progress Series

Synopsis

History in Progress: Pupil Book 3 (1901-Present) by Martin Collier, Rosemary Rees, Steve Day, Stuart Clayton

Exciting and engaging material supports key themes from the new Programme of Study. Differentiated, colour-coded tasks offer well-structured progression to motivate every pupil. A clear focus on chronology and a greater balance of British, European and World History increases the relevance of the subject to the current generation of pupils. All four required periods are covered - the medieval, early modern, industrial and 20th century - to ensure your pupils receive a complete grounding in history.

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Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Martin Collier, Rosemary Rees, Steve Day, Stuart Clayton
More books by Martin Collier, Rosemary Rees, Steve Day, Stuart Clayton

Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

16th June 2009

ISBN

9780435319014


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