Modern Minds the Twentieth-Century World Pupil's Book by Jamie Byrom, Christine Counsell, Michael Riley, Derek Peaple
  

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Modern Minds the Twentieth-Century World Pupil's Book by Jamie Byrom, Christine Counsell, Michael Riley, Derek Peaple

* 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, Derek Peaple
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

23rd November 1999

ISBN

9780582295179


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