KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes: The Rise & Fall of the British Empire Student's Book by Aaron Wilkes


KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes: The Rise & Fall of the British Empire Student's Book by Aaron Wilkes

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A great deal of thought has been given to how textbooks can interest and stimulate the reader and this depth study is a well-illustrated and engaging example. This is a unit for Key Stage Three History and it should prove a popular resource. Every effort has been made to make the content succinct, yet focussed. Features include mission objectives and checkpoints for whether the mission has been accomplished. Key words are provided, as are 'pause for thought

, India, Australia and Africa and these should prove thought provoking and ensure lively discussion. In conclusion, this is a colourful and attractive book written by a history teacher to enthuse students and it deserves to succeed. TES Review

About the Author

Aaron Wilkes is an experienced author and Head of History at Castle High School, Dudley.

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80 pages


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Publication date

10th May 2010



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