Raising Grades in GCSE History: Russia 1900-1941 by Steve Waugh, John Wright
  

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Raising Grades in GCSE History: Russia 1900-1941 by Steve Waugh, John Wright

Raise the grades of lower attaining GCSE students! Raising Grades in GCSE History is a series of photocopiable books with accompanying CD-ROMs, aiming to raise the grades of lower attaining students.

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...this book does exactly what it says on the tin. It is really useful at providing support and encouragement for it's target audience in getting a better grade at GCSE... It is clearly laid out; learning objectives are carefully spelled out, and it is infinitely flexible in the way it can be used in the classroom... [the book] will provide a useful tool in the armament of teachers looking to support lower-attaining students in their attempts to improve their grades at GCSE. Alf Wilkinson, Historical Association

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
72 pages

Author

Steve Waugh, John Wright
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Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press
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Publication date

31st August 2007

ISBN

9781850082279


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