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Elizabethan England: An SHP depth study

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Elizabethan England: An SHP depth study by Andy Harmsworth
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Stretch and challenge your students with SHP's longest-lived and bestselling series for GCSE History. This SHP Official Text is a comprehensive and authoritative depth study for use with all GCSE specifications. It is written by experts who understand both how to design good teaching material and how to cover the GCSE assessment objectives thoroughly. The book combines: - Clear explanation of content - Classroom-trialled activities that really motivate students - Extensive and intriguing source material and case studies With an engaging, enquiry-based approach, this book will enliven any history course.

Author Biography

Andy Harmsworth is an SHP trainer and formerly Head of History at Simon Langton Girls School, Canterbury.
Release date NZ
August 25th, 1999
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
colour illustrations
Imprint
Hodder Murray
Pages
168
Dimensions
214x276x9
ISBN-13
9780719574740
Product ID
1655367

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