Heinemann History Scheme Into the 20th Century
Written by Judith Kidd, Rosemary Rees, Ruth Tudor
Part of the Heinemann History Scheme Series
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Heinemann History Scheme Into the 20th Century by Judith Kidd, Rosemary Rees, Ruth TudorThe Heinemann History Scheme offers an opportunity to refresh the approach to teaching at Key Stage 3. It uses sources and activities to explain complex issues and helps students think through historical concepts for themselves. The Scheme is an exact match to the QCA scheme of work. It provides students with the opportunity to study new, relevant topics, such as Hot War/Cold War and Twentieth Century Medicine. It uses questions to make students stop and think about what they have learnt, and provides opportunities for extended writing, thus ensuring a thorough grounding for the more demanding work required at GCSE and A-Level.
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Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited
8th June 2001
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