Pearson History New South Wales 10 Student Book with eBook

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Pearson History New South Wales 10 Student Book with eBook

By Scott Baker, Peter Bromhead, Michael Cantlon, Renee Preval-Mann, Sharon Szczecinski more
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This pack contains the Student Book and access to the eBook for Pearson History New South Wales 10

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Student Book

Information is presented to students in clearly defined sections of text, interspersed with engaging images and informative maps in the Student Book. Each chapter includes a Chapter Opener, which sets the context for each Depth Study, and ends with an Investigating History section, which includes a glossary and tasks for deeper learning and student extension

Series overview
Pearson History New South Wales has been built 'from the ground up' for both specific History-trained teachers and generalist teachers needing guidance with the subject. A team of practising teachers and educators from around Australia and the Asia Pacific have written, reviewed and revised the subject matter to ensure a History resource that teachers and students will love.
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Table of contents
  • Chapter 1: Overview: The modern world and Australia
  • Chapter 2: Rights and freedoms
  • Chapter 3: Popular culture
  • Chapter 4: The environment movement
  • Chapter 5: Migration experiences
  • Chapter 6: The Roaring Twenties
  • Chapter 7: The Holocaust
  • Chapter 8: Australia in the Vietnam War era