Edexcel GCSE History B Schools History Project: Crime (1B) and Protest (3B) SB 2013 by Martyn J. Whittock, Allan Todd


Edexcel GCSE History B Schools History Project: Crime (1B) and Protest (3B) SB 2013 by Martyn J. Whittock, Allan Todd

The Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Crime (1B) and Protest (3B) Student Book, revised for the 2013 specification, helps students to develop key historical skills, understanding and knowledge. * Fully updated to thoroughly cover all the content in the revised 2013 specification for Unit 1B and Unit 3B, including new material on highwaymen and heresy. * Contemporary design appeals to students of all abilities. * Tiered activities allow students to work and progress at a pace entirely individual to them. * Source skills are specifically targeted. *Examzone sections at the end of each unit include graded sample exam answers with commentary and a dedicated section for classroom based revision. All materials have been updated to match the revised assessments for first examination in 2015. *Examzone features throughout the book highlight common pitfalls and misconceptions and provide structured exam question practice. Contents Listing Unit 1B: Crime and punishment in Britain c50AD to the present day * Crime and punishment in Britain c50AD-c1350 * Crime and punishment in Britain c1350-c1750 * Crime and punishment in Britain c1750-c1900 * Crime and punishment in Britain c1900 to the present day Unit 3B:Protest, law and order in the twentieth century * Suffragettes * The General Strike * The Miners' Strike * Pole Tax protests * Examzone

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176 pages


Martyn J. Whittock, Allan Todd
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Publication date

26th February 2014



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