Lost in Time Pupils' Book by Ian Dawson


Lost in Time Pupils' Book by Ian Dawson

This is History! is the Schools History Project's radical new Key Stage 3 scheme of work for National Curriculum history. Through a combination of depth and development studies it offers: - a varied, relevant and challenging diet for the whole Key Stage 3 history programme of study - a history-based approach to teaching citizenship - practical classroom-trialled techniques for developing pupils' literacy - a thinking skills approach to deepening and assessing historical understanding. Has life in Britain got better since the Middle Ages? This book will help you decide. You will travel through time, on a malfunctioning space craft, and visit a medieval village, Samuel Pepys' London and Flora Thompson's Lark Rise. This book will also help you to: - think about what makes people happy (which should help you decide what makes you happy) - sort a large amount of information so you select only what you need (which is an important skill for modern life) - get an overview of the last 1000 years of British history (which will make the rest of your history course make better sense). PLEASE NOTE: The accompanying teacher's resource book for this title can be downloaded for free at www.hoddereducation. co.uk/thisishistory

About the Author

Ian Dawson is former Director of the Schools History Project and author of SHP's ground breaking GCSE development studies Medicine and Health Through Time and Crime and Punishment Through Time.

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120 pages


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Publication date

28th March 2001



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