Meeting of Minds Islamic Encounters c.570 to 1750 Pupil's Book by Christine Counsell, Jamie Byrom, Michael Riley
  

Meeting of Minds Islamic Encounters c.570 to 1750 Pupil's Book

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

RRP £17.75

Synopsis

Meeting of Minds Islamic Encounters c.570 to 1750 Pupil's Book by Christine Counsell, Jamie Byrom, Michael Riley

Tried and tested over ten years, Think Through History is the best enquiry-based course for pupils at KS3. In Meetings of Minds, a combination of familiar and new topics gives teachers both a solid foundation to start from and the opportunity to explore new and exciting topics. Tried and tested enquiry-based approach guarantees teachers the same benefits they get from the rest of the Think Through History series: powerful engaging narrative and development of real historical skills. Reviewed by specialists in Islamic history to give teachers confidence they are teaching balanced yet rigorous history.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Christine Counsell, Jamie Byrom, Michael Riley
More books by Christine Counsell, Jamie Byrom, Michael Riley

Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

29th June 2007

ISBN

9780582535916


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