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Pearson Baccalaureate History: The Move to Global War (eText only)

$39.00

Publisher: Pearson Education ISBN-13: 9781292102603

Author: Eunice Price, Daniela Senes

Curriculum: Diploma Programme

Dimension: 4.9 x 6.7 inches

Edition: 1st Edition

Format: eText

Isbn 10: 1292102608

Language: English

Release date: April 06, 2016

Year: 2016

Description

This eText contains further worksheets, quizzes to test knowledge and examination skills, and enlarged source material, as well as all content featured in the printed textbook.

Four new and revised titles providing comprehensive coverage of the most popular history topics for the 2015 Group 3 curriculum. Each title provides coverage of the appropriate topics, equipping students with the knowledge and skills needed to answer essay questions on Paper One and Two. Each textbook is supported by an eText, giving four years access to online materials such as worksheets, quizzes and enlarged source material to develop examination skills and extend studying. Free, interactive and downloadable resources to accompany our History titles can be found in the 'Download Resources' in the left hand navigation. Cold War: Superpower tensions and rivalries Causes and Effects of 20th Century Wars Authoritarian States The Move to Global War Each textbook provides: A clear overview and analysis of key events. Practice in analysing source material, including photographs, cartoons, letters, speeches and other documents. Support throughout for new curriculum features, including key concepts and international mindedness. Approaches to learning highlighted in each activity throughout the book. Focus on the examination requirements, with 'hints for success' throughout, as well as quizzes on the eText. Theory of Knowledge section, matching the latest syllabus, and questions throughout to help with wider research and discussion. Rewriting the course of History - authors of the latest Pearson Baccalaureate History 2nd Editions for Paper 2 outline the key changes to the latest History course and how the new books provide support for both Diploma teachers and students.
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