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OCR GCSE Modern World History Student Book
OCR GCSE Modern World History Student Book


 
Published: January 2009
Third Editon
Paperback
Pages: 512
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Recommended by Cambridge International Examinations

An OCR specific edition of the best selling textbook for GCSE Modern World History. It comprehensively covers the OCR specification and provides a winning combination that will meet the needs of all students.

Written by Ben Walsh
Features
  • clear, engaging and provocative author text which brings the period to life and summarises complicated history clearly without being simplistic
  • Focus Tasks which steadily deepen students' understanding of the content (exactly targeting each focus point of the specification) while progressively building their history skills
  • original and relevant source material - written and visual - all of which is used for historical investigation not just for illustration
  • state-of-the-art ICT support in the form of a Dynamic Learning network CD ROM from an author who leads the field in developing the use of ICT to help refine students historical thinking
  • authoritative interpretation of the OCR specification by an experienced trainer
  • associated Teacher's Resource Book and OCR Revision Guide also available

    In its first and second editions this book has provided students with what they need to achieve top grades; and provided teachers with what they need to teach a rewarding and worthwhile course. A winning combination - don't settle for less.
  • About the Author(s):
  • Ben Walsh is an experienced GCSE history teacher, a best-selling author and a celebrated expert in the use of digital technology in history teaching. As well as writing best selling books for GCSE Modern World History he has been the key developer of the highly praised Learning Curve online exhibitions for the National Archives (formerly the Public Record Office) and he has blazed a trail in the use of digital video archives in the teaching of GCSE history winning a 2008 BETT award.

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