History+ for Edexcel A Level: Communist states in the twentieth century (häftad)
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History+ for Edexcel A Level: Communist states in the twentieth century

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Exam Board: Edexcel Level: AS/A-level Subject: History First teaching: September 2015 First exams: AS: Summer 2016; A-level: Summer 2017 Endorsed for Edexcel Enable your students to develop high-level skills in their Edexcel A level History breadth and depth studies through expert narrative and extended reading, including bespoke essays from leading academics - Build a strong understanding of the period studied with authoritative, well-researched content written in an accessible and engaging style - Ensure continual improvement in students' essay writing, interpretation and source analysis skills, using practice questions and trusted guidance on successfully answering exam-style questions - Encourage students to undertake rolling revision and self-assessment by referring to end-of-chapter summaries and diagrams across the years - Help students monitor their progress and consolidate their knowledge through note-making activities and peer-support tasks - Provide students with the opportunity to analyse and evaluate works of real history, with specially commissioned historians' essays and extracts from academic works on the historical interpretations
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Robin Bunce is a historian of political thought based at Cambridge University. He is currently Director of Studies for Politics at Homerton College, and a Fellow in History at St Edmund's College. His most recent work focuses on Black Power as an ideology and a movement in Britain. Sarah Ward is an experienced A Level teacher and examiner and currently completing a DPhil in History at St. Catherine's College, University of Oxford. She is part of the Modern History Review editorial team. Peter Clement is a retired Head of Humanities with an M Phil in Educational Research and MAs in American Studies and Education. He is an experienced examiner at 'A' level and GCSE. He has written titles in the Access to History, History + for Edexcel A Level and My Revision Notes series. Dr Andrew Flint is a former Head of History at the Stephen Perse Foundation, Cambridge and currently teaches History at Hills Road Sixth Form College, Cambridge. His main research interests are the modern American Presidency, the Christian Conservative movement and China under Mao. He has published in these areas in Presidential Studies Quarterly, 20th Century History Review and Hindsight.