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Series: Hodder GCSE history for Edexcel
Publication Date: 25 Mar 2016
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 10, Year 11)
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Help your students achieve their full potential while ensuring pace, enjoyment and motivation with this unique series from the leading History publisher; developed by expert educators who know how to instil deep subject knowledge and an appetite for lifelong learning.
-Provides distinct approaches to the different components of the 2016
specification, ensuring that your classroom resources are tailored to
learners' changing needs as they progress through the curriculum.
-Caters for varying learning styles, using an exciting mix of clear
narrative, visual stimulus materials and a rich collection of contemporary
sources to capture the interest of all students.
-Helps students maximise their grade potential and develop their exam
skills through structured guidance on answering every question type
-Blends in-depth coverage of topics with activities and strategies to help
students acquire, retain and revise core subject knowledge across the
-Builds on our experience publishing popular GCSE resources to supply
you with accurate, authoritative content written by experienced teachers
who understand the practical implications of new content and
"Medicine Through Time c.1250-Present" covers both the thematic study 'Medicine in Britain, c.1250-present' and the study of the historic environment 'The British sector of the Western Front, 1914-18: injuries, treatment and the trenches'.
Part 1: Medicine in Britain, c.1250-present
Chapter 1 Medicine in Britain - The Big Story from c.1250-present
Chapter 2 Medicine in Medieval England, c.1250-1500
Chapter 3 The Medical Renaissance in England, c.1500-c.1700
Chapter 4 Medicine in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain,
Chapter 5 Medicine in modern Britain, c.1900-present
Chapter 6 Medicine in Britain: Revisiting the Big Stories
Part 2: The historic environment: The British sector of the Western Front,
1914-18: injuries, treatment and the trenches
Part 3: Writing better history