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Crime and Punishment Investigations by Tim Lomas
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An essential book for all candidates preparing for either OCR or Edexcel's Schools History Project specification at GCSE. Part 1 provides advice from the experts on preparing to answer source-based questions on Crime and Punishment over time Part 2 provides the source investigations - covering all the relevant nominated topics. Part 3 helps candidates revise and review the content of the course focusing on the big ideas that help them improve their grade and which will help them with the knowledge based questions in Paper 1.

Author Biography

Colin Shephard and Rosemary Rees are both experienced and accomplished textbook authors and trainers. They are also senior examiners who are thoroughly familiar with OCR and Edexcel's Schools History Project specifications and their examination requirements.
Release date NZ
March 1st, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
Full colour throughout
Imprint
Hodder Murray
Pages
96
Dimensions
194x258x7
ISBN-13
9780719579776
Product ID
1655438

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