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KS3 History by Aaron Wilkes: Immigration Nation teacher's support guide + CD-ROM

Teacher resource pack covering the history of immigration in Britain

Emma Wilkes

Suitable for:  Teachers of KS3 history

Price:  £150.00 +VAT

ISBN: 978-1850085607
Publication date: 22/09/2011
Pack: 64 pages

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Description

Accompanying teacher resource material perfectly matched to the topics in the student book within the popular Oxford KS3 history course. Created following teacher feedback to provide a range of extension lesson ideas, activities and tasks to promote further learning based on core topics within the student books.


Features

  • Lesson activities are presented by topic material matched to the accompanying depth study student book
  • Tried and tested lesson ideas created by an experienced teacher tailors this series to real and current classroom needs
  • Material provided in easy to adapt Word file format on accompanying CD-ROM
  • Includes simple to use whiteboard interactive and powerpoint presentations to save you time
  • Extension ideas work off the back of activities and tasks contained within the student books to make integrated learning
  • There are also depth studies available in other areas which look at the history of the British Empire, the history of terrorism throughout the world, and the impact of war throughout history

This page was last updated on 15 January 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Table of Contents

Introduction Why do we study immigration?
Big Question Who were Britain's earliest immigrants
Depth Study Jewish Immigration
Big Question Why do people come to Britain?
Depth Study Black Immigration

Big Question What is Britishness?
Big Question How has immigration been portrayed on TV?
Depth Study South Asian Immigration
Big Question How has immigration changed Britain?
Big Question Why is immigration such a controversial subject?
Big Question Should immigration be stopped? (2)