Society, Politics and the Economy
Each book is packed with charts, diagrams and suggestions for research including websites to aid students' learning and revision processes. Includes interactive activities facilitating group discussions with teachers and students and quizzes to help students with the assessment for each unit. Provide students with clear explanations to help them understand major changes, historical landmarks and the connections between each of the three areas. Written to the average AS ability level, the text is presented in bite-sized chunks to aid understanding and enable students to dip in-and-out for information.
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