Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Transformation of British Society (2A) Student Book by Rosemary Rees
  

Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Transformation of British Society (2A) Student Book

Written by Rosemary Rees
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Part of the Edexcel GCSE Schools History Project Series

Synopsis

Edexcel GCSE History B: Schools History Project - Transformation of British Society (2A) Student Book by Rosemary Rees

* Edexcel's own resources for the GCSE 2009 specification. * Developed to complement the latest specification, this Edexcel GCSE Schools History Project Student Book is written by experienced examiners and features an ongoing, continuous focus on assessment. * The 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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Book Info

Format

Paperback
136 pages

Author

Rosemary Rees
More books by Rosemary Rees

Publisher

Edexcel Limited an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

15th April 2011

ISBN

9781846906398


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