Re-discovering the Making of the UK: Britain 1500-1750 (BOK)

Colin Shephard

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Re-Discovering the Past is SHP's ideal series for mixed-ability teaching in Key Stage 3, combining clear author text, accessible but worthwhile activities and clear lines of enquiry. About the series Through this series you can ensure your teaching of National Curriculum History is totally accessible, interesting and worthwhile. It is based on the Schools History Project's awarding-winning series Discovering the Past but for this series SHP have: * streamlined the content, * simplified the language, * scaffolded the tasks, while retaining their characteristic emphasis on challenging readers to think deeply and pursue historical enquiry. SHP have also provided extensive support for further differentiation through FREE online support material via the Hodder History Nest. About this title Re-Discovering the Making of the UK provides an accessible textbook for the early modern part of the revised History National Curriculum: 'The development of Church, state and society in Britain 1509-1745'. It investigates four key topics: - Daily life in the 1500s (for the rich, the poor, and family life) - Religious change in Tudor times (from the English Reformation to the Gunpowder Plot) - The English Civil War (from 1642 to the Restoration) - The Scientific Revolution (viewed in context) The Making of the UK Special Needs Support Materials and Re-Discovering the Making of the UK Teacher's Resource Book are available FREE from the Hodder History Nest. The full series: Re-discovering Medieval Realms 1066-1500 Re-discovering the Making of the United Kingdom 1500-1750 Re-discovering Britain 1750-1900 Re-discovering the Twentieth Century World

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2001 Forfatter Colin Shephard
Forlag
Hodder Education Textbooks
ISBN 9780719585449
Antall sider 120 Dimensjoner 21,4cm x 27,6cm x 0,6cm
Vekt 477 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Andre medvirkende Terry Fiehn