Understanding History, Volume 2

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Heinemann, 1992 - Great Britain - 128 pages
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This is the second of a three-part series which aims to provide a complete history course for the whole of Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum. All the five core units are included, as are the three optional units - the rise of Islam, the Reformation and the Great War. The books are arranged in double-page spreads, each of which deals with both content and an aspect of one Attainment Target. A teacher's set, including photocopiable worksheets, accompanies each pupil book.
 

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Contents

THE REFORMATION
4
The Tudor Period
18
ELIZABETHAN ENGLAND
36
2
50
CHANGES
72
RESULTS OF CHANGE
92
POLITICS TRADE AND EMPIRE
106
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