Edexcel GCSE History B Schools History Project: Warfare (1C) and its Impact (3C) SB 2013 by John Child, Steve Waugh
  

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Edexcel GCSE History B Schools History Project: Warfare (1C) and its Impact (3C) SB 2013 by John Child, Steve Waugh

The Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - War (1C) and its Impact (3C) Student Book, revised for the 2013 specification, helps students develop key historical skills, understanding and knowledge. * Fully updated to thoroughly cover all the content in the revised 2013 specification for Unit 1C and Unit 3C, including new material on Saxon and Norman armies, the development of castles and modern high-tech weaponry. * Contemporary design appeals to students of all abilities. * Tiered activities allow students to work and progress at a pace entirely individual to them. *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 1C: The changing nature of warfare in Britain c50AD to the present day * The changing nature of warfare in Britain c50AD-c1350 * The changing nature of warfare in Britain c1350-c1700 * The changing nature of warfare in Britain c1700-c1900 * The changing nature of warfare in Britain c1900 to the present day * Examzone Unit 3C: The impact of war on Britain c1903-c1954 * The impact of war on society * The civilian experience of total war * The impact of government organisation for war * Factors influencing these developments * Examzone

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Paperback
184 pages

Author

John Child, Steve Waugh
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Publisher

Edexcel Limited an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

24th March 2014

ISBN

9781446906842


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