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


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.


...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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Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
72 pages


Steve Waugh, John Wright
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Publication date

31st August 2007



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