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Cover Lessons in History

Price: £25.00
Age Range: KS3

Covering four compulsory NC study areas for Key Stage 3, lessons are stand alone, suitable for non-specialists, and require no additional preparation. Teachers Notes, with answers, explain historical terms, while worksheets encourage students to participate fully and can be self-marked.

Topics include: Britain 1066-1500: Castles; The Church; Britain 15001750: Spanish Armada; English Civil War; Elizabethan fashion; Britain 17501900: Agricultural advances; Population increase; The World after 1900: Social improvement; Dictators.

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Size: 60 Pages
ISBN: 987 1 86025 230 3
Author(s): Trish Jones
Code: CLIH
Popularity rank: 145
Average Customer Review:  * * * * *  based on 1 review

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Contents List

LESSONS

BRITAIN 1066-1500

  • 7 HOW WILLIAM CONQUERED ENGLAND
  • 9 CASTLES
  • 11 CHURCHES
  • 13 CRIME AND PUNISHMENT
  • 15 DOING THE SHOPPING
  • 17 MEDIEVAL VILLAGES
  • 19 MEDIEVAL MEDICINE

BRITAIN 1500-1750

  • 21 THE WIVES OF HENRY VIII
  • 23 MONASTERIES
  • 25 ELIZABETHAN FASHION
  • 27 THE SPANISH ARMADA
  • 29 THE ENGLISH CIVIL WAR
  • 31 THE PLAGUE
  • 33 THE GREAT FIRE OF LONDON

BRITAIN 1750-1900

  • 35 POPULATION
  • 37 THE SLAVE TRIANGLE
  • 39 AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENTS
  • 41 GOING PLACES
  • 43 CHILDREN IN THE MINES
  • 45 FASHION IN THE 18TH AND 19TH CENTURIES
  • 47 TOWNS

THE WORLD AFTER 1900

  • 49 JOIN UP (WORLD WAR I)
  • 51 SUFFRAGETTES
  • 53 DICTATORS
  • 55 THE LATEST INVENTION
  • 57 WARTIME FOOD
  • 59 THE WELFARE STATE
  • 61 MAN ON THE MOON

Reviews

17/12/09

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I am a Cover Supervisor and have now had a chance to look through the resources. They are really very good as they cover just about all the required subjects for History. I have one or two issues of a minor nature that is personal preference, hence four stars and not five.
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