Medicine and Health Through Time Teachers Book by Ian Coulson, Ian Dawson, Schools History Project
  

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Medicine and Health Through Time Teachers Book by Ian Coulson, Ian Dawson, Schools History Project

Stretch and challenge your students with SHP's longest-lived and best-selling series for GCSE History. This is an SHP Official Text which means it has been created by the Schools History Project for use with the GCSE specifications. This is part of SHP's comprehensive and authoritative range of books for the GCSE History. Click here to find out more about the Schools History Project and their award winning publications. Medicine and Health Through Time This title is an authoritative SHP development study for use with all GCSE specifications from all examinations boards. It thoroughly covers the content requirements of the OCR, Edexcel and AQA SHP specifications using an enquiry based approach. It is written by experts who understand both how to design good teaching material but also understand the exact assessment requirements of each specification. Key Features - An enquiry led approach - Abundant intriguing source material - Clear explanation of all the key content It is supported by a Teacher's Resource Book with worksheets and teaching notes for all the main activities in the Student's Book, and two Dynamic Learning online digital resources: 1 People and Periods 2 Review and Revise Other books available for the Medicine Development Study: - Essential Medicine (a simplified textbook) 978 07195 85371 - OCR Medicine and Health through time (covers the OCR specification) 978 0340 985069 - Edexcel Medicine and Health through time (covers Units 1 and 3 of the Edexcel specification) 978 0340 986707 - AQA Medicine and Health through time (covers the AQA specification) 978 0340 986714 Also available for the Crime Development Study - OCR Crime and Punishment through time 9780340991350 - Edexcel Crime and Punishment through time (covers Units 1 and 3 of the Edexcel specification) 9780340991343

About the Author

Ian Dawson is Publications Director of the Schools History Project and creator of the website thinkinghistory.co.uk which is pioneering work on active learning in History. He has been adviser to QCA on a wide range of issues in History teaching including the teaching of chronology. Ian Coulson is History Inspector in Kent and a nationally recognised expert on historical archives and has been closely involved in the development of the National Archives Learning Curve.

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Ian Coulson, Ian Dawson, Schools History Project
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Publisher

Hodder Murray an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

30th January 1997

ISBN

9780719552663


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