Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Crime (1B) and Protest (3B) Student Book Student Book (1B & 3B) by Allan Todd, Martyn J. Whittock
  

Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Crime (1B) and Protest (3B) Student Book Student Book (1B & 3B)

Written by Allan Todd, Martyn J. Whittock
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Part of the Edexcel GCSE Schools History Project Series

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Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Crime (1B) and Protest (3B) Student Book Student Book (1B & 3B) by Allan Todd, Martyn J. Whittock

Edexcel's own resources for the new GCSE 2009 specification. Developed to complement the new specification, the Edexcel GCSE Schools History Project Student Book is written by experienced examiners and features an ongoing, continuous focus on assessment. This contemporary feel Student Book, with debate-sparking pictures and a variety of sources throughout, appeals to students of all abilities. Tiered activities allow students to work and progress at a pace entirely individual to them, and Examzone sections at the end of each unit include real examiner reports, graded mock-exam answers and a dedicated section for the classroom based revision phase. ResultsPlus features combine exam performance data with examiner insight to give you more information on how to succeed.

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Format

Paperback
176 pages
Interest Age: 14-16 years

Author

Allan Todd, Martyn J. Whittock
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Publisher

Edexcel Limited an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

7th September 2009

ISBN

9781846904417


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