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Key Stage 3 History by Aaron Wilkes: Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation: Britain 1509-1745 Student Book

Gripping and truly memorable history to inspire your young historians

Author Aaron Wilkes

Suitable for:  11-14

Price:  £17.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-839320-7
Publication date: 15/05/2014
Paperback: 160 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

Retaining all the well-loved features from the best-selling KS3 History course, this third edition is matched to the new 2014 National Curriculum and has a strong focus on assessment, skills building, and is packed with even more rich and absorbing sources to spark the interest of all your students.


Features

  • This new third edition covers: life in Tudor Britain, a world of discovery, Elizabeth I, the Stuarts, England at war, Cromwell's Commonwealth, the Restoration and change over time.
  • Instantly hook your students' interest with a fresh angle on great stories in history, completely matched to the new curriculum for 2014
  • A unique approach and author style incorporates key history skills throughout all aspects of the course
  • Help your students understand historical concepts and how to use them to make connections
  • Now including ready-made assessment tasks with supporting material to ensure every child makes progress
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  • NEW Kerboodle is packed full of rich and absorbing resources including exclusive History Squad film clips, skills building activities, an Assessment package for tracking progress, customizable worksheets and source banks

This page was last updated on 17 November 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • Renaissance, Revolution & Reformation by Aaron Wilkes is a very good book. The author has produced a very accessible text with a variety of activities which will interest, excite and stimulate young historians. I particularly like the problem based approach which gives insight into a broad spectrum of both social and political issues of the period. An engaging text book which students and teachers alike will find most useful. I think Aaron has produced a good book. It is accessible for those that do not like reading large quantities of material; there is lots of colour, fun clear diagrams and good maps; youngsters will particularly like the cartoon characters in many of the exercises. I also like the chronological approach and the clarity with which particular topics have been presented. There is a good variety of exercises, particularly the assessment tasks, that can easily be differentiated. - Paul Barter, Stover School, Devon
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Table of Contents

Life in Tudor Britain
A world of discovery
Elizabeth I
The Stuarts

England at war
Cromwell's Commonwealth
The restoration
Change over time