WJEC GCSE History: The USA 1910-1929 and Germany 1929-1947 by Steve Waugh, John Wright, R. Paul Evans


WJEC GCSE History: The USA 1910-1929 and Germany 1929-1947 by Steve Waugh, John Wright, R. Paul Evans

Endorsed by WJEC, this book has been written and edited by experts in order to support the USA 1910-1929 and Germany 1929-1947 depth studies in the WJEC History GCSE specification. It combines the in-depth knowledge to give you a real understanding of the depth studies with a source-based approach designed to help skills development. In addition, in order to build confidence in exam technique, it contains step-by-step guidance on the different examination questions as well as practice in answering exam-style questions. All this combines to help students access the higher grades while giving a coherent, stimulating pathway throughout the depth study part of the course. Each chapter includes: - an introduction outlining the key lines of enquiry from the specification - full coverage of the content requirements of the specification - a variety of activities to motivate all students - model answers with questions and exam tips to aid exam preparation. Other titles in the series: The development of the USA 1929-2000 Welsh edition (9781444142518)

About the Author

John Wright is an experienced author of GCSE textbooks. Steve Waugh is an experienced author of GCSE textbooks. R. Paul Evans is an experienced teacher of the course.

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216 pages


Steve Waugh, John Wright, R. Paul Evans
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Hodder Education

Publication date

24th June 2011



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