KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes: Invasion, Plague & Murder Student Book (1066-1485) by Aaron Wilkes, James Ball
  

Synopsis

KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes: Invasion, Plague & Murder Student Book (1066-1485) by Aaron Wilkes, James Ball

This gripping and intriguing Student Book combines an enquiry-led approach with factual narrative. Written by experienced Head of History, Aaron Wilkes in an approachable and understandable style, including: relevant and fascinating facts, interesting and motivating activities, and specific sections to extend or reinforce learning. Content has been thoroughly researched and revised in this popular 2nd edition.

Reviews

One of the best laid out history books for a long time. Well resourced and lovely pictures. It is easy to read and most pupils would enjoy using it. The bitesize bits of information focuses on the most important facts in history. The layout relates easily to today making the book understandable and relevant to young people today, which also clearly meets the needs of all pupils. The assessment sections are excellent. Would recommend this as a good resource for schools to have. TES Review Bank, April 09

About the Author

Aaron Wilkes is an experienced author and history teacher at Castle High School, Dudley. James Ball is an ex-journalist and retrained history teacher based in the West Midlands

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages
Interest Age: 11-14

Author

Aaron Wilkes, James Ball
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Publisher


www.oup.com

Publication date

22nd May 2008

ISBN

9781850083443


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