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Oxford AQA History for A Level: Stuart Britain and the Crisis of Monarchy 1603-1702 Kerboodle Book

Trusted expert support for AQA developed by Sally Waller

Series Editor Sally Waller and Author David Farr

Suitable for:  A Level, post-16, KS5

Price:  £180.00 +VAT /year
Subscription period: 1 year

ISBN: 978-1382020688
Publication date: 28/01/2021
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Description

This Kerboodle Book is approved by AQA and covers issues of change, continuity, and cause and consequence in this period of British history through key themes such as how far did the monarchy change during Stuart Britain, why were there disputes over religion, how effective was opposition, and how important were ideologies and individuals.


Features

  • This online version of the Student Book is matched to the AQA specification and has been approved by AQA
  • An author team led by Sally Waller offers you expert support
  • Includes well-loved features including Timeline and A Closer Look
  • Practice questions and study tips provides support for essay writing and historical interpretations
  • Familiarize students with assessing the value of primary sources through specially selected sources and extracts
  • Key terms and key profiles help to consolidate historical knowledge
  • A wide range of activities allow students to develop skills, analyses and understanding through individual, groups, discussion and research
  • The use of this product is subject to the Kerboodle terms and conditions. The licence period for this product is 12 months, commencing from the date you receive your activation email
  • The licence will thereafter be automatically renewed for additional licence periods of 12 months unless you terminate the licence. For details on how to terminate, please refer to the Kerboodle terms and conditions

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