Edexcel GCSE History A the Making of the Modern World: Unit 3C the Transformation of British Society C1951-79 SB 2013 by Stuart Clayton
  

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Edexcel GCSE History A the Making of the Modern World: Unit 3C the Transformation of British Society C1951-79 SB 2013 by Stuart Clayton

New for the 2013 specification, this Edexcel GCSE History A Student Book has been written to support the new Unit 3C: The transformation of British society c1951-1979. * New, engaging content thoroughly covers the material in the 2013 specification. * Contemporary design, with a variety of sources throughout, appeals to students from a range of ability levels. * Learning objectives provide a clear overview of what students will learn in each chapter. * Activities provide extend and support material to reinforce key concepts. Examzone Features annotated sample student answers and revision support to help students prepare for the revised exams for first examination in 2015. Helpful tips and common pitfalls are also highlighted throughout the book. Contents Listing Unit 3: The source enquiry: an introduction Section 1: British society and economy in the 1950s: an overview Section 2: Education, work and labour relations c1960-79 Section 3: Media, communications and leisure c1960-79 Section 4: Reasons for social change c1960-79 Examzone

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Paperback
96 pages

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Stuart Clayton
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16th April 2014

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9781446906774


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