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Pearson History 10 eBook

Bernie Howitt
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Pearson History 10 eBook

By Bernie Howitt, Scott Baker, Ron Keith, Shirley Melissas, Eileen Sedunary ...show more
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Author
Bernie Howitt
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Edition
1st
ISBN
9781488661327
Published Date
15/10/2018

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Features
Key features of the eBook 
  • Available for use online and offline
  • Read the student book with bonus multimedia content.
  • Add, edit, and delete highlights and notes
  • Synchronise state and data across multiple devices even when the user is offline
Table of contents
Pearson History 10
  1. World War II
  2. U.S.A. Civil Rights
  3. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Rights and Freedoms
  4. Popular Culture 1954 - Present
  5. The Environmental Movement
  6. 1960s - Present
  7. Migration Experiences 1945 - Present

Pearson History 7-10 has been built from the ground up for History teachers as well as teachers who may have come from a SOSE or Humanities background. A team of over thirty practising teachers and educators from around Australia and the Asia Pacific have worked for two years to write, review and revise the subject matter to ensure a History resource that teachers and students will love.

 

We collaborated with the National Museum of Australia's expert affiliates to create a unique approach to addressing the Australian Curriculum cross-curriculum perspective 'Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History'.

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