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Historical Challenges - Book B

UFR Code: 692B
These two photocopiable resource books provide information and engaging activity-based challenges that will enable students to develop an understanding of a range of key historical topics, movements and events. Each topic is presented as a question. Book A contains 19 topics, including: Which people developed the first civilization? Why are the ancient Egyptians important? In what ways did the Romans leave their mark? What was the Renaissance? Why were there voyages of discovery? What was the Industrial Revolution? What was the War to end all Wars? Book B contains 9 topics and a revision test. Topics include: Who was Gandhi? Why did communism fall? Who is Mandela and what was his role in South Africa? What wars have there been since 1945? What have been key environmental issues 1945-2000? Suitable for ages 10-12.

Historical Challenges - Book B

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UFR Code 692B
Number of Pages 48
Author John Brundall
ISBN 978-1-86968-624-6
Year Published 2010
Age Age 10–12, Age 12–14
Keyword No

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