Islamic Empires 600-1650
By John D. Clare
Distributed by Trans-Atlantic Publications
46 pages, Illustrated
$32.50 Paper original
This book includes all the features of the bestselling Hodder History series, which is up-to-date, motivating, differentiated and flexible.
It covers the rise and fall of Islamic Empires from c600 to c1650 including chapters on: The Dawn of Islam; The Empire Unfurls; Islamic Civilisation; Holy Wars; The Mughal Empire.
Investigations which encourage pupils to become historical detectives and develop their enquiry skills are on fascinating topics such as: The Life of Women; Survival Skills for Rulers; Salah-ad-Din and Richard the Lionheart.
As well as promoting historical skills this book integrates literacy through its guidance on questions.
- Written for the less able reader this book can be used alongside the mainstream edition in mixed ability classes.
- Alongside the mainstream edition this is the only differentiated resource on the market for this topic.
- The Hodder History series has established itself as a sold and reliable set of resources, and this title adopts the well-received outline and depth approach.
- Will also be of interest to RE HoDs as well as History Departments.
Table of Contents:
THE DAWN OF ISLAM
THE EMPIRE UNFURLS 632-1000
HOLY WARS 1000-1500
NEW EMPIRES FOR OLD 1500-1650
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