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SHP Contrasts and Connections
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SHP Contrasts and Connections: Year 7 : pupil book

Series: Discovering the past

Format: Paperback

ISBN: 9780719549380

Publication Date: 1 Sep 1991

Subject: History

Suitable for: Secondary (Year 7)

The Y7 book from the best selling Schools History Project course for Key Stage 3. In a single volume it covers three units: The Roman Empire; Medieval Realms (England 1066-1500) and Islamic Civilisations.

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The Y7 book from the best selling Schools History Project course for Key Stage 3. In a single volume it covers three units: The Roman Empire; Medieval Realms (England 1066-1500) and Islamic Civilisations.

Contents

Unit A - the Roman Empire
Section 1 Who were the Romans?
Section 2 The Republic and the Empire
Section 3 Rome in the first century AD
Section 4 The provinces
Section 5 Viewpoints on the Romans
Section 6 Problems in the empire
Section 7 What have the Romans given us?

Unit B - England 1066-1500
Section 1 What were the Middle Ages like?
Section 2 The Norman Conquest and settlement
Section 3 Life in the Middle Ages
Section 4 Governing the country
Section 5 England - part of Europe?
Section 6 Change and continuity.

Unit C - Islamic civilizations
Section 1 Connecting empires
Section 2 Why did Islam spread so rapidly?
Section 3 Living in the Islamic world
Section 4 Problems in the Holy land
Section 5 The Ottomans Section 6 Contrasts and Connections

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Category
TNF
Subject
History
Dewey
940
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Publisher
Pub. date
1 Sep 1991
Edition
Original
ISBN
9780719549380
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Binding
Paperback
Pages
224
Width
192mm
Height
274mm
Weight
555g
Index
Yes
Contents page
Yes
Glossary
Yes
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