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Key Stage 3 History by Aaron Wilkes: Renaissance, Revolution and Reformation: Britain 1509-1745 Kerboodle Lessons, Resources and Assessment

Deliver an inspirational curriculum and support all your students' progression

Author Aaron Wilkes and Author Katrina Shearman

Suitable for:  11-14

Price:  £170.00 +VAT /year
Subscription period: 1 year

ISBN: 978-0-19-839328-3
Publication date: 19/06/2014
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Description

Coming soon: the new fourth edition of Revolution, Industry and Empire is Book 2 of the best-selling Oxford KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes series. This Kerboodle course provides an easy-to-use, flexible digital package that matches the student book. Third edition material will still be available in your subscription.


Features

  • This new edition covers British history during the Tudor, Stuart, Georgian and Victorian periods
  • Carefully designed to match the KS3 National Curriculum and to GCSE curricula
  • Resource planners for each student book lesson launch ready-to-use interactive content
  • Packed full of new and updated animations, history skills interactives, and knowledge organisers
  • Differentiated worksheets for every student book lesson to support and extend your students
  • New automarked end-of-lesson assessments and quick knowledge quizzes
  • Assessment package includes mark schemes and differentiated sample answers
  • The digital student book is included for front-of-class teaching, with new seamless navigation
  • Support for non-specialists, including a digital copy of Curriculum and Assessment Planning Guide
  • This Kerboodle retains Aaron Wilkes' unique style, shown to inspire and motivate young historians

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