So You Really Want to Learn History Book 3 by Bob Pace
  

Synopsis

So You Really Want to Learn History Book 3 by Bob Pace

The final part of the So You Really Want To Learn History series covers the Common Entrance period of Britain 1750 - 1900. Suitable for Key Stage 3 pupils, the book takes a narrative approach so that pupils understand what happened during this period and why. Source-based questions will develop analytical skills while the Common Entrance style questions will ensure that pupils are fully prepared for 13+ Common Entrance. - Endorsed by ISEB - The chronological approach will ensure that pupils develop of what happened when and why so they can build a firm foundation of historical knowledge - Includes challenging source-based questions throughout Suitable for all ISEB History 13+ Common Entrance exams up to and including Summer 2013.

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Paperback
208 pages

Author

Bob Pace
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Publication date

13th January 2012

ISBN

9781905735365


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