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  • ISBN:9781107556386
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):History
  • Qualification:IB Diploma
  • Author(s):Jean Bottaro, John Stanley
  • Available from: September 2015

Comprehensive second editions of History for the IB Diploma Paper 1, revised for first teaching in 2015.

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    Rights and Protest covers Paper 1, Prescribed Subject 4: Rights and Protest for the IB Diploma syllabus for first assessment in 2017. Tailored to the requirements of the IB syllabus and written by experienced examiners and teachers, Rights and Protest offers authoritative and engaging guidance through the following two case studies: the Civil rights movement in the United States (1954-1965) and Apartheid South Africa (1948-1964).Rights and Protest offers a variety of benefits for learners including, a wide range of primary and secondary sources helping to develop students’ analytical skills; links to Theory of Knowledge concepts designed to stimulate reflective discussion; and Paper 1 and Paper 2 exam-style questions to help improve student performance and provide preparation for assessment.

  • Contents
    • Authoritative and comprehensive text, written by experienced IB History examiners, covering one topic per title, to help students adopt an investigative and thorough approach to their study.

    • Written by experienced examiners.

    • Activities throughout the chapters to encourage an exploratory and inquiring approach to historical learning.

    • Opportunities for balanced historical debate to inspire engagement with multiple historical perspectives and interpretations.

    • Definitions of key historical terms displayed alongside relevant text to aid accessibility and support EAL learners.

    • Key Concept links to highlight how the 6 new key concepts can be integrated into the course.

    • 1. Introduction
    • Case Study 1. Civil Rights in the US 1956-65: 2. Nature and characteristics of discrimination
    • 3. Protest and action
    • 4. The role and significance of key actors/groups
    • Case Study 2. Apartheid in South Africa 1948-64: 5. Nature and characteristics of discrimination
    • 6. Protest and action
    • 7. The role and significance of key actors/groups
    • 8. Exam practice
    • Further information
    • Index.
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