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Oxford IB Diploma Programme: Rights and Protest Course Companion

The only DP resources developed with the IB

Author Peter Clinton and Author Mark Rogers

Suitable for:  IB Diploma History students - age 16-18

Price:  £32.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-831019-8
Publication date: 27/08/2015
Paperback: 224 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Drive critical, engaged learning. Helping learners more deeply understand historical concepts, the student-centred approach of this new Course Book enables broader, big picture understanding. Developed directly with the IB and fully supporting the new 2015 syllabus, the structured format helps you easily progress through the new course content.


  • Cover the new syllabus in the right level of depth, with rich, thorough subject content
  • Developed directly with the IB, with the most comprehensive support for the new syllabus
  • Truly engage learners with topical, relevant material that convincingly connects learning with the modern, global world
  • Streamline your planning, with a clear and thorough structure helping you logically progress through the syllabus
  • Decipher source evaluation, refine and progress analytical thinking and fully embed vital Paper 1 skills, strengthening exam performance
  • Integrate approaches to learning with ATLs like thinking, communication, research and social skills built directly into learning
  • Help learners think critically about improving performance with extensive examiner insight and samples based on the latest exam format
  • Build an advanced level, thematic understanding with fully integrated Global Contexts, Key Concepts and TOK
  • Also available as an Online Course Book

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Table of Contents

1: Case study 1: Apartheid South Africa (1948-1964)
1.1: Introduction to apartheid in South Africa
1.2: The nature and characteristics of discrimination
1.3: Protests and action
1.4: The role and significance of key individuals

2: Case Study 2: Civil Rights Movement in the United States (1954-1965)
2.1: Introduction to discrimination in the United States
2.2: Freedom Summer, 1964
3: Internal Assessment
4: C