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Hodder GCSE (9–1) History for Pearson Edexcel: Migrants in Britain, c800–present and Notting Hill c1948–c1970

Part of the Hodder GCSE (9-1) history for Pearson Edexcel series
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Exam board: Pearson EdexcelLevel: GCSE (9-1)Subject: HistoryFirst teaching: September 2021First exam: Summer 2022Endorsed for Pearson Edexcel qualificationsLet Justice to History - one of the most respected organisations in the teaching community - guide you through the themes, events and stories within this hugely important topic. Every page of this book is informed by meticulous research, motivated by a deep commitment to representative history and inspired by years of transformative work with students and teachers. > Understand changes over time. Each period from the specification begins with a Migration Highway double-page spread that illustrates the key people, dates and turning points.

Together, the Highways develop the 'big story' of migration. > Follow an enquiry-based approach. An overarching enquiry question for each chapter structures students' thinking and information gathering.

Students then apply their learning to an end-of-chapter exam-style question. > Build historical skills and knowledge. Comprehension and source questions throughout the book develop conceptual understanding and students' ability to explain, analyse, evaluate and make judgements. > Bring the historic environment to life. A rich collection of sources enables students to explore the events and developments in Notting Hill - an area of particular expertise for the authors. > Prepare for exam success. A dedicated chapter on Writing Better History provides step-by-step guidance for answering each question type effectively.

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Hodder Education
1398340553 / 9781398340558
Paperback / softback
25/03/2022
United Kingdom
English
120 pages
28 cm