Thinking Through History: Britain in the 20th Century (11-14) by Jim Hudson, Kiaran Sexton
  

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Thinking Through History: Britain in the 20th Century (11-14) by Jim Hudson, Kiaran Sexton

Thinking Through History provides an engaging way to deliver lessons to 11 to 14 year olds, keeping active history and thinking skills firmly at the heart of history teaching, as recommended in the National Strategy for KS3. File 4 includes ready-made lessons, driven by thinking skills and project work covering Britain during the 20th Century.

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128 pages

Author

Jim Hudson, Kiaran Sexton
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Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press
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Publication date

31st December 2003

ISBN

9781843034162


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