By Dave Martin
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
142 pages, Illustrated
$33.50 Paper orignal
Think more deeply and work more independently at A level History through a carefully thought-out enquiry approach from SHP.
Enquiring History: It makes you think!
The OFSTED report on school history suggests that the current generation of A Level students have been poorly served by exam-based textbooks which spoon-feed students while failing to enthuse them or develop deeper understandings of studying History
The Schools History Project has risen to this challenge with a new series for the next generation. Enquiring History is SHP's fresh approach to Advanced Level History that aims:
- To motivate and engage readers
- To help readers think and gain independence as learners
- To encourage enquiry, and deeper understanding of periods and the people of the past
- To engage with current scholarship
- To prepare A Level students for university
Key features of each Student book
- Clear compelling narrative - books are designed to be read cover to cover
- Structured enquiries - that explore the core content and issues of each period
- 'Insight' panels between enquiries provide context, overview, and extension
- Full colour illustrations throughout
Web-based support includes
- lesson planning tools and activities for teachers
- Dynamic eBooks for whole class teaching or individual student reading
- Exam advice for each specification
Table of Contents:
1 The French Revolution: The essentials
2 What were people complaining about in the early 1780s?
3 Why did Louis XVI call the Estates-General?
4 What sort of revolution took place in 1789?
5 What caused the French Revolution?
6 Was Louis XVI chiefly to blame for the failure of constitutional monarchy?
7 Why did violence explode in August and September 1792?
8 Why did violence increase to become the Terror, 1793-94?
9 How successful was the Directory, 1795-99?
10 Did all revolutionaries share Robespierre's motives?
Conclusion: Does the French Revolution still matter?
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