WJEC Eduqas GCSE History: Germany in Transition, 1919-39 by Steve Waugh, John Wright
  

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WJEC Eduqas GCSE History: Germany in Transition, 1919-39 by Steve Waugh, John Wright

Endorsed by WJEC Eduqas Bring out the best in every student, enabling them to develop in-depth subject knowledge and historical skills with the market-leading series for WJEC Eduqas, fully updated for 2016 to help you navigate the new content and assessment requirements with ease. - Maps the content against the key questions in the 2016 specification, with thorough and reliable course coverage written by a team of experienced authors, teachers and examiners - Motivates students to increase their subject knowledge by following a clear, detailed narrative that leads learners topic by topic through the important issues, events and concepts - Progressively builds historical understanding and skills as students work through a range of engaging classroom activities with structured support at every stage - Boosts students' confidence approaching assessment, providing numerous opportunities to practise different types of exam-style questions - Captures learners' interest by offering a rich variety of source material that brings historical periods to life, enhancing understanding and enjoyment throughout the course

About the Author

Steve Waugh taught history at all levels for over thirty-five years at an inner city comprehensive school and a small private school. He has written history textbooks for several leading publishers. John Wright was an experienced A Level History teacher and has written in the Access to History for the IB Diploma and GCSE Modern World History series.

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Paperback
104 pages

Author

Steve Waugh, John Wright
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

24th June 2016

ISBN

9781471868115


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