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Essential Germany 1918-45 by Dale Banham
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Essential Germany 1918-1945 is an entry level textbook for SHP GCSE or Entry Level Certificate. It covers the essential concepts and the essential content required to deepen understanding of, and answer exam questions on, the depth study Germany 1918-1945. Revision is integrated with effective enquiry based learning to make a dynamic new classroom resource. It includes an innovative feature Exam Busters in which pupils develop and refine their understanding of what makes a good exam answer. This Teachers Resource Book supports all the major tasks in the Students Book with writing frames, sorting grids, extension activities, and practical tips for exam success.

Author Biography

Dale Banham is Head of Humanities at Holbrook High School, Ipswich. Christopher Culpin is Director of the Schools History Project and a Chief Moderator for a major GCSE examining group.
Release date NZ
September 1st, 2004
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Hodder Murray
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