GCSE Modern World History Elearning Edition CDROM 3: Co-operation and Conflict 1919-1945 by Ben Walsh

GCSE Modern World History Elearning Edition CDROM 3: Co-operation and Conflict 1919-1945

Written by Ben Walsh
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Part of the History in Focus e-Learning Editions Series


GCSE Modern World History Elearning Edition CDROM 3: Co-operation and Conflict 1919-1945 by Ben Walsh

Walsh for Whiteboards! A fully interactive digital edition of the best selling textbook for GCSE Modern World History. These CDs allow you to construct your own dynamic lessons using the resources in this unrivalled textbook. The entire book is covered by four CDROMs. This is CD ROM 3 - which covers section 3 of the textbook. Interactive features include: - Every element of the Student's Book (including core text, diagrams, photographs and text sources) in easy-to-use, click-and-enlarge format, ideal for whole-class teaching or individual and group study - PowerPoint presentations supporting key topics and activities - Animated charts, diagrams and maps to show processes and developments in a dynamic way - All text sources as pop-up text files and actor-interpreted audio files - Photos and artwork that can be launched in PowerPoint allowing customised annotation and analysis - Additional video footage relevant to major topics - All worksheets from the associated Teacher's Resource Book along with new worksheets hyper-linked to respective tasks, all of which are editable on screen - ideal for teachers to model work in whole class teaching or for students to use for homework or independent study - New customisable Help Zones for selected worksheets, to enable effective differentiation - Teacher's Notes hyper-linked to each spread promoting best practice and helping teachers to plan effective lessons, including suggestions for lesson starters using the interactive whiteboard - A teachers introduction and an electronic 'how to use' tutorial giving step-by-step guidance, to illustrate the powerful teaching and learning potential of this resource - Extension activities, and web-based enquiry enabled throughout

About the Author

Ben Walsh is a leading figure in Britain in training teachers in the use of ICT and History. He was the History and ICT Project Officer for BECTA. He has been the key developer of the highly praised Learning Curve online exhibitions for the National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office). He has blazed a trail in the use of digital video archives in the teaching of GCSE history. In this resource he brings together his vast experience as ICT developer with his proven track record as GCSE teacher and best selling author to produce a definitive digital eLearning resource that will help teachers to use ICT to transform their GCSE history teaching.

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Publication date

28th January 2005



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