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Cambridge International AS Level History Modern Europe, 1750–1921 Coursebook Sample Content
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  • ISBN:9781108733922
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):History
  • Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
  • Author(s):Patrick Walsh-Atkins, Graham Goodlad, Patrick Walsh-Atkins, Russell Williams
  • Available from: August 2019

This series is for the Cambridge International AS History syllabus (9489) for examination from 2021.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Written by an experienced author team that includes examiners, a practising teacher and trainer, this coursebook supports the Cambridge International AS History syllabus. With increased depth of coverage, this coursebook helps build confidence and understanding in language, essay-writing and evaluation skills. It develops students’ conceptual understanding of history with the five new ‘Key concepts’, for example exploring similarity and difference in the aims/achievements of Witte and Stolypin. In addition, it encourages individuals to make substantiated judgments and reflect on their learning. Students can consolidate their skills though exam-style questions with source material and sample responses.

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  • FEATURES
    • Exam-style questions – including source material with sample responses – help students practise essay-writing, understand what ‘good’ looks like and identify where improvements can be made in their own work

    • The ‘Reflection’ feature provides opportunities for students to learn from one another, while considering what they have learnt and how they could improve

    • Our ‘Think like a historian’ feature helps learners to better understand the applicability of studying history and how it can be used in their life outside the classroom

    • A ‘Before you start’ section ensures students are prepared with enough knowledge to start the chapter

    • Help students develop their conceptual understanding of history with the five new Key concepts, for instance, exploring similarity and difference in the aims and achievements of Witte and Stolypin

    • 'Key figure’ boxes throughout highlight important and influential people

    • ‘Key Terms’ help students understand the text with clear explanations of important terminology

    • Learning objectives at the start of each chapter help students and teachers to set learning goals

  • CONTENTS
    • How to use this book
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1. France, 1774-1814
    • Chapter 2.The Industrial Revolution in Britain, 1750–1850
    • Chapter 3. Liberalism and Nationalism in Germany, 1815–1871
    • Chapter 4. The Russian Revolution, 1894-1921
    • Chapter 5. Preparing for Assessment
    • Index.

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