Focus on Gifted & Talented: Britain 1750-1900 by Steve Waugh, Denise Waugh
  

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Focus on Gifted & Talented: Britain 1750-1900 by Steve Waugh, Denise Waugh

Photocopiable teacher book, written by expert authors, providing dedicated lesson ideas and resources for working with gifted and talented students. Britain 1750-1900 covers core topics: *Revolution in France *Revolution in Industry and Agriculture *Working and Living Conditions *Protest *Empire *19th Century Women *Focus on Jack the Ripper *Sport Fully in line with the focus on this ability level as set out in the KS3 National Strategy for History.

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80 pages

Author

Steve Waugh, Denise Waugh
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Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press
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Publication date

15th September 2003

ISBN

9781843034322


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