Knowing History - Modern British and World History 1760-1900: (Second edition)

Paperback

Deliver an ambitious, knowledge-rich and global KS3 History curriculum to develop pupils’ knowledge of the past, build their skills and equip them to progress through to GCSE 9-1 History.

Provide a coherent chronological KS3 history curriculum with 50 knowledge-rich lessons on modern world history. Spark pupils’ curiosity, develop their understanding of the past and equip them to investigate the past as a historian.

  • Ignite an interest in modern history through memorable and compelling narratives, rich contextual detail and extraordinary people
  • Help all students to think critically about the past by focusing on the knowledge they need and then checking their understanding
  • Build secure positive identities and cultural capital with culturally and geographically diverse coverage including five new global history units for the 2nd edition
  • Support pupils’ long-term learning with knowledge organisers on key vocabulary, people, places, and dates
  • Put knowledge into context with a full timeline covering the broad geographical scope of the period studied
  • Easy to implement in your school with the 10 unit/ 5 chapter structure and overarching enquiry question per unit
  • Deliver excellent lessons and save time on your planning with the supportive Teacher Guide available free on collins.co.uk, including suggested activities and sources, quick quizzes, answers and essay ideas

Unit 1: The British Empire
Unit 2: The Transatlantic trade of enslaved people
Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution
Unit 4: The Age of Reform
Unit 5: The Victorian Empire
Unit 6: Birth of the USA
Unit 7: The French Revolution
Unit 8: Nineteenth-century Europe
Unit 9: Qing China
Unit 10: Global Imperialism

RRP: £11.50

ISBN

978-0-00-849206-9

Publication Date

12-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

136 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Author

Robert Peal, Robert Selth and Laura Aitken-Burt, Series edited by Robert Peal

Laura Aitken-Burt is a Classics, History and Politics teacher in London as well as a practising archaeologist and historical consultant for broadcast and print media. She studied Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Oxford and holds an enthusiasm for uncovering stories about cultures and objects from around the world.Robert Peal is Joint Headteacher at the West London Free School, and a teacher of History. Having gained a double first from the University of Cambridge, he studied for his masters at the University of Pennsylvania, then trained to become a teacher in 2011.Robert Selth is Head of History at the West London Free School, where he has taught for five years. He studied History and Classics at the Australian National University before proceeding to a Master’s in Classics at the University of Oxford. He was the sole author of the first edition of Book 4 of Knowing History, and has workshopped and developed the new units in his own classrooms.

Product Description

Deliver an ambitious, knowledge-rich and global KS3 History curriculum to develop pupils’ knowledge of the past, build their skills and equip them to progress through to GCSE 9-1 History.

Provide a coherent chronological KS3 history curriculum with 50 knowledge-rich lessons on modern world history. Spark pupils’ curiosity, develop their understanding of the past and equip them to investigate the past as a historian.

  • Ignite an interest in modern history through memorable and compelling narratives, rich contextual detail and extraordinary people
  • Help all students to think critically about the past by focusing on the knowledge they need and then checking their understanding
  • Build secure positive identities and cultural capital with culturally and geographically diverse coverage including five new global history units for the 2nd edition
  • Support pupils’ long-term learning with knowledge organisers on key vocabulary, people, places, and dates
  • Put knowledge into context with a full timeline covering the broad geographical scope of the period studied
  • Easy to implement in your school with the 10 unit/ 5 chapter structure and overarching enquiry question per unit
  • Deliver excellent lessons and save time on your planning with the supportive Teacher Guide available free on collins.co.uk, including suggested activities and sources, quick quizzes, answers and essay ideas

Unit 1: The British Empire
Unit 2: The Transatlantic trade of enslaved people
Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution
Unit 4: The Age of Reform
Unit 5: The Victorian Empire
Unit 6: Birth of the USA
Unit 7: The French Revolution
Unit 8: Nineteenth-century Europe
Unit 9: Qing China
Unit 10: Global Imperialism

ISBN

978-0-00-849206-9

Publication Date

12-09-2022

Format

Paperback

Pages

136 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Deliver an ambitious, knowledge-rich and global KS3 History curriculum to develop pupils’ knowledge of the past, build their skills and equip them to progress through to GCSE 9-1 History.

Provide a coherent chronological KS3 history curriculum with 50 knowledge-rich lessons on modern world history. Spark pupils’ curiosity, develop their understanding of the past and equip them to investigate the past as a historian.

  • Ignite an interest in modern history through memorable and compelling narratives, rich contextual detail and extraordinary people
  • Help all students to think critically about the past by focusing on the knowledge they need and then checking their understanding
  • Build secure positive identities and cultural capital with culturally and geographically diverse coverage including five new global history units for the 2nd edition
  • Support pupils’ long-term learning with knowledge organisers on key vocabulary, people, places, and dates
  • Put knowledge into context with a full timeline covering the broad geographical scope of the period studied
  • Easy to implement in your school with the 10 unit/ 5 chapter structure and overarching enquiry question per unit
  • Deliver excellent lessons and save time on your planning with the supportive Teacher Guide available free on collins.co.uk, including suggested activities and sources, quick quizzes, answers and essay ideas

Unit 1: The British Empire
Unit 2: The Transatlantic trade of enslaved people
Unit 3: The Industrial Revolution
Unit 4: The Age of Reform
Unit 5: The Victorian Empire
Unit 6: Birth of the USA
Unit 7: The French Revolution
Unit 8: Nineteenth-century Europe
Unit 9: Qing China
Unit 10: Global Imperialism

Author

Robert Peal, Robert Selth and Laura Aitken-Burt, Series edited by Robert Peal

Laura Aitken-Burt is a Classics, History and Politics teacher in London as well as a practising archaeologist and historical consultant for broadcast and print media. She studied Classical Archaeology and Ancient History at the University of Oxford and holds an enthusiasm for uncovering stories about cultures and objects from around the world.Robert Peal is Joint Headteacher at the West London Free School, and a teacher of History. Having gained a double first from the University of Cambridge, he studied for his masters at the University of Pennsylvania, then trained to become a teacher in 2011.Robert Selth is Head of History at the West London Free School, where he has taught for five years. He studied History and Classics at the Australian National University before proceeding to a Master’s in Classics at the University of Oxford. He was the sole author of the first edition of Book 4 of Knowing History, and has workshopped and developed the new units in his own classrooms.