Collins Key Stage 3 History - Book 2 1750-1918

Paperback

Collins Key Stage 3 History is an exciting, accessible new series focussed on ensuring that all pupils make clear, measurable progression at Key Stage 3 – whether it is a 2 or a 3 year course.

Collins KS3 History is a brand new series, ideal for building key historical and functional skills. Featuring differentiated pupil books with ready-made APP opportunities this flexible package will get your students excited about history.

  • Grab pupils' attention with engaging content that builds key historical skills and helps students to understand the links between events, time periods and locations
  • Save time with resources to support your teaching of a 2 or 3 year course, fully matched to the 2008 Key Stage 3 Programme of Study
  • Cover each assessment Focus in a meaningful and accessible way - using this flexible package as a series of one off lessons ot as a longer programme
  • Ready made APP opportunities are included to help you gather and review evidence of pupils' progress in each Assessment Focus.
  • Track progress and improve performance with 'check your progress' summaries and end of chapter 'level boosters' to help pupils see the level they are working at and visualise what they need to do to progress

RRP: £15.99

ISBN

978-0-00-734575-5

Publication Date

20-05-2010

Format

Paperback

Pages

192 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Author

Derrick Murphy, Mark Gosling and Dave Martin

Product Description

Collins Key Stage 3 History is an exciting, accessible new series focussed on ensuring that all pupils make clear, measurable progression at Key Stage 3 – whether it is a 2 or a 3 year course.

Collins KS3 History is a brand new series, ideal for building key historical and functional skills. Featuring differentiated pupil books with ready-made APP opportunities this flexible package will get your students excited about history.

  • Grab pupils' attention with engaging content that builds key historical skills and helps students to understand the links between events, time periods and locations
  • Save time with resources to support your teaching of a 2 or 3 year course, fully matched to the 2008 Key Stage 3 Programme of Study
  • Cover each assessment Focus in a meaningful and accessible way - using this flexible package as a series of one off lessons ot as a longer programme
  • Ready made APP opportunities are included to help you gather and review evidence of pupils' progress in each Assessment Focus.
  • Track progress and improve performance with 'check your progress' summaries and end of chapter 'level boosters' to help pupils see the level they are working at and visualise what they need to do to progress

ISBN

978-0-00-734575-5

Publication Date

20-05-2010

Format

Paperback

Pages

192 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Collins Key Stage 3 History is an exciting, accessible new series focussed on ensuring that all pupils make clear, measurable progression at Key Stage 3 – whether it is a 2 or a 3 year course.

Collins KS3 History is a brand new series, ideal for building key historical and functional skills. Featuring differentiated pupil books with ready-made APP opportunities this flexible package will get your students excited about history.

  • Grab pupils' attention with engaging content that builds key historical skills and helps students to understand the links between events, time periods and locations
  • Save time with resources to support your teaching of a 2 or 3 year course, fully matched to the 2008 Key Stage 3 Programme of Study
  • Cover each assessment Focus in a meaningful and accessible way - using this flexible package as a series of one off lessons ot as a longer programme
  • Ready made APP opportunities are included to help you gather and review evidence of pupils' progress in each Assessment Focus.
  • Track progress and improve performance with 'check your progress' summaries and end of chapter 'level boosters' to help pupils see the level they are working at and visualise what they need to do to progress

Author

Derrick Murphy, Mark Gosling and Dave Martin