Hodder History: Concepts and Processes is a brand new series of Key Stage 3 history topics tailor-made to support the teaching and learning of the revised National Curriculum. Each title in the series follows an enquiry-based approach to learning about the topic and its relevancy and significance for pupils today. The concepts and processes outlined in the 2008 Programme of Study underpin the approach to the delivery of the content which will help pupils develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of history. Units of content can slot easily into existing schemes of work. Each book comes with FREE downloadable lesson plans which are differentiated for different levels of ability. Braveheart This book asks students to explore the big question, 'Was William Wallace the Braveheart of Anglo-Scottish relations?' It starts by examining the film Braveheart, asking pupils to explore its reliability as a historical document, before going onto look at Scotland in the 13th Century and its relations with England and the events leading up to Wallace's Rebellion. The book then covers the events of the rebellion and examines Wallace and Edward I's reputations and legacy, exploring how representations of the past affect how we view things today. It finishes by asking 'How significant was William Wallace?' Other titles in the series: The Scramble for Africa (ISBN 9780340957691) The Slave Trade (ISBN 9780340957707) Twentieth Century Immigration (ISBN 9780340957721)
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An enquiry-based unit of work for the revised History National CurriculumAbout the Author:
John D Clare is Deputy Headteacher at Greenfields Comprehensive School, Newton Aycliffe and a well-known author of educational textbooks.
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