Minds and Machines Britain 1750 to 1900 Pupil's Book by Jamie Byrom, Christine Counsell, Michael Riley, Mike Gorman
  

Minds and Machines Britain 1750 to 1900 Pupil's Book

Written by Jamie Byrom, Christine Counsell, Michael Riley, Mike Gorman
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Part of the Think Through History Series

RRP £17.75

Synopsis

Minds and Machines Britain 1750 to 1900 Pupil's Book by Jamie Byrom, Christine Counsell, Michael Riley, Mike Gorman

* Invokes curiosity and wonder to engage all pupils through arresting source material, thought-provoking enquiry and clear, vibrant pates. * Supports development of thinking skills through progressive steps in each enquiry, which gradually build understanding and support individuals' thinking. * Supports development of thinking skills thorough progressive steps in each enquiry, which gradually build understanding and support individuals' thinking. * Explicit and meaningful support for assessment for learning; including systematic attention to learning objectives and sharing these with pupils. * Encourages and challenges pupils of al abilities through differentiated steps based on key questions of historical significance. 'Extra access' and 'extra challenge' support ideas are provided in the Teacher's Books. * Effectively aids the teaching of literacy across the curriculum through a rich range of texts.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Jamie Byrom, Christine Counsell, Michael Riley, Mike Gorman
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

15th March 1999

ISBN

9780582295001


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