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Oxford Content and Language Support: History

Bridging the gap between content and language acquisition

Authors: Juan Carlos Ocaña and María Jesús Campos

Suitable for:  EAL/ESL/E2L/EFL students aged 14-16 (UK and International)

Price:  £20.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-913528-8
Publication date: 26/08/2010
Paperback: 160 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Integrating content and language learning in a practical and easy-to-use volume that is perfect for use in class, or for individual study.


  • Plenty of visual support, such as pictures, charts and diagrams
  • Short bursts of comprehensible and accessible content allowing students to focus
  • Key vocabulary identified and practised so that correct use becomes familiar
  • Engaging and varying activities helps keep students interested and motivated
  • Every unit has a reading and comprehension activity to practise core skills
  • Grammar work is focused and relevant to content
  • Extension activities encourage reflection and critical thinking
  • Study skills chapter encourages best practice and unpacks tricky exam questions
  • Includes a full glossary of vocabulary items with examples in context

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Table of Contents

History Study Skills
1: The Agricultural Revolution in Britain
2: The Industrial Revolution
3: The Spring of Nations
4: The American Civil War
5: Japan, the Meiji Period
6: Stalin's Dictatorship

7: The Origins of the European Union
8: The Spanish Civil War
9: The Path to the Second World War (1931-1939)
10: The Bombing of Hiroshima
11: Berlin and the Cold War