Medieval Minds

Britain 1066-1500

Author: Christine Counsell,Jamie Byrom,Michael Riley

Publisher: Longman Schools Division (a Pearson Education Company)

ISBN: 9780582294981

Category: Great Britain

Page: 128

View: 9336

This is the first book in a series of four, each one tailor-made for one of the first four study units of the new curriculum. A teacher's book accompanies each student's book and offers 60 copymasters with a wide range of activities for all abilities. Clear, lively pages are designed to interest and create excitement about the past, whilst an emphasis on a learning pattern, through careful steps, should lead all students, including low achievers, to a real understanding of history.
Posted in Great Britain

Reformation and Rebellion 1485-1750

Author: Steve Arman,Simon Bird,Malcolm Wilkinson

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435323035

Category: Great Britain

Page: 254

View: 2873

Aiming to provide challenge and stimulus for more able pupils, the Headstart in History books have high narrative content; extended writing opportunities and suggestions for further research; and links to websites, videos and historical fiction.
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Issues in History Teaching

Author: James Arthur,UNIVERSITY OF WALES SWANSEA ROBERT PHILLIPS

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134624298

Category: Education

Page: 264

View: 819

Written by a range of history professionals, including HMIs, this book provides excellent ideas on the teaching, learning and organization of history in primary and secondary schools.
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Modern Minds

The Twentieth-century World

Author: Jamie Byrom,Christine Counsell,Michael Riley

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780582298248

Category: Great Britain

Page: 128

View: 2518

Builds thorough understanding and enjoyment of History through enquiry. Think Through History provides an enthralling enquiry-based approach for 11-14 year olds built around key historical issues and characters.
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Changing Minds

Britain 1500-1750

Author: Jamie Byrom,Paul Stephens-Wood

Publisher: Longman Schools Division (a Pearson Education Company)

ISBN: 9780582294998

Category: Great Britain

Page: 128

View: 2789

This is the second book in a series of four, each one tailor-made for one of the first four study units of the new curriculum. A teacher's book accompanies each student's book and offers 60 copymasters with a wide range of activities for all abilities. Clear, lively pages are designed to interest and create excitement about the past, whilst an emphasis on a learning pattern, through careful steps, should lead all students, including low achievers, to a real understanding of history.
Posted in Great Britain

Medieval Britain, c.1000-1500

Author: David Crouch

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521190711

Category: History

Page: 400

View: 9576

Though England was the emerging super-state in the medieval British Isles, its story is not the only one Britain can offer; there is a wider context of Britain in Europe, and the story of this period is one of how European Latin and French culture and ideals colonised the minds of all the British peoples. This engaging and accessible introduction offers a truly integrated perspective of medieval British history, emphasising elements of medieval life over political narrative, and offering an up-to-date presentation and summary of medieval historiography. Featuring figures, maps, a glossary of key terms, a chronology of rulers, timelines and annotated suggestions for further reading and key texts, this textbook is an essential resource for undergraduate courses on medieval Britain. Supplementary online resources include additional further reading suggestions, useful links and primary sources.
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SHP History

Year 7

Author: Ian Dawson,Maggie Wilson

Publisher: Hodder Murray

ISBN: 9780340907337

Category: History

Page: 220

View: 374

SHP History is a major new book-per-year course for Key Stage 3 History. It takes the best of the old and the best of the new to create a dynamic and coherent course for a new generation of history pupils. This is the first book in the series and provides a course for Y7 beginning the big stories of Empire, Movement and Settlement, Conflict, Power, Ordinary Life and Ideas and Beliefs that will run throughout the course, and providing in depth enquiries on key aspects of medieval England.
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SHP History Year 8

Author: Chris Culpin,Bethan Edwards

Publisher: Hodder Murray

ISBN: 9780340907368

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 9344

Develop your students' understanding and skills step by step with Schools History Project's carefully planned approach to Key Stage 3. Part of the dynamic and coherent book-per-year course, this textbook combines expertise in course planning with features that reflect the possibilities and requirements of the National Curriculum. It has everything you would expect from the Schools History Project, including intriguing content, in-depth historical investigation, meaningful tasks and a wealth of source material. This second book in the series - a course for Year 8 - both continues the big stories of empire, movement and settlement, conflict, power and everyday life and provides in-depth enquiries on the key aspects of early modern England, industrialisation, popular protest, the Spanish Empires in the New World, the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars. - Help students develop their skills and improve their own performance with 'How to...' activities and the 'Doing History' feature. - Suit all abilities and interests with stimulating and worthwhile activities which cater to a wide range of learning styles. - Build the big pictures across Key Stage 3 with overviews and big stories which link the course together and develop students' conceptual frameworks. This Student's Book is supported by a Teacher's Resource Book and a Dynamic Learning resource which offers dozens of activities, presentations, ICT-based lesson sequences and hundreds of audio clips.
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Re-Discovering Medieval Realms

Britain 1066-1500

Author: Colin Shephard,Alan Large,Terry Fiehn

Publisher: Hodder Murray

ISBN: 9780719585432

Category: History

Page: 56

View: 2440

A teacher's book to accompany the student's book of the same name, which explores life in the Middle Ages. The foundation edition, Discovering Medieval Realms, won the TES textbook award on its publication. This updated and streamlined edition has made the material more usable in mixed ability teaching while retaining the Schools History Project's characteristic emphasis on challenging readers to think deeply. It should be particularly useful for Year 7 pupils in Britain, especially those of average or below-average ability.
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The Hollow Crown

A History of Britain in the Late Middle Ages (TPB) (GRP)

Author: Miri Rubin

Publisher: Penguin UK

ISBN: 0141908009

Category: History

Page: 416

View: 7259

There is no more haunting, compelling period in Britain's history than the later middle ages. The extraordinary kings - Edward III and Henry V the great warriors, Richard II and Henry VI, tragic inadequates killed by their failure to use their power, and Richard III, the demon king. The extraordinary events - the Black Death that destroyed a third of the population, the Peasants' Revolt, the Wars of the Roses, the Battle of Agincourt. The extraordinary artistic achievements - the great churches, castles and tombs that still dominate the landscape, the birth of the English language in The Canterbury Tales. For the first time in a generation, a historian has had the vision and confidence to write a spell-binding account of the era immortalised by Shakespeare's history plays. THE HOLLOW CROWN brilliantly brings to life for the reader a world we have long lost - a strange, Catholic, rural country of monks, peasants, knights and merchants, almost perpetually at war - but continues to define so much of England's national myth.
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The Making of the Middle Ages

Author: Richard William Southern

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300002300

Category: History

Page: 280

View: 5824

This is an absorbing study of the main personalities and the influences that molded the history of Western Europe from the late tenth to the early thirteenth century. Southern describes the chief forms of social, political, and religious organization.
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Hybridity, Identity, and Monstrosity in Medieval Britain

On Difficult Middles

Author: J. Cohen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 113708670X

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 256

View: 6360

This study examines the monsters that haunt twelfth-century British texts, arguing that in these strange bodies are expressed fears and fantasies about community, identity and race during the period. Cohen finds the origins of these monsters in a contemporary obsession with blood, both the literal and metaphorical kind.
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Gimson’s Kings and Queens

Brief Lives of the Forty Monarchs since 1066

Author: Andrew Gimson

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1473521661

Category: History

Page: 256

View: 9015

'Totally gripping - a factually accurate version of 1066 And All That' - Boris Johnson Gimson’s Kings and Queens whirls us through the lives of our monarchs - from 1066 and William the Conqueror right up to Queen Elizabeth II and the present-day - to tell a tale of bastardy, courage, conquest, brutality, vanity, vulgarity, corruption, anarchy, absenteeism, piety, nobility, divorce, execution, civil war, madness, magnificence, profligacy, frugality, philately, abdication, dutifulness, family breakdown and family recovery. Written in Andrew Gimson’s inimitable style, and illustrated by Martin Rowson, Gimson’s Kings and Queens is both a primer and a refresher for anyone who can't quite remember which were the good and bad Edwards or Henrys, or why so-and-so succeeded to the throne rather than his second cousin. Published in August 2015, to coincide with the moment (in September) when Elizabeth II will (barring accident or shock abdication) become the longest-serving English monarch ever, Gimson’s Kings and Queens will be the most entertaining and instructive book on the English monarchy you will ever read.
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The Norman Conquest

An Investigation for Key Stage 3

Author: Christopher Culpin,Ian Dawson

Publisher: Hodder Murray

ISBN: 9780719585555

Category: History

Page: 64

View: 9486

This is History! is the Schools History Project's Key Stage 3 scheme of work for National Curriculum history. Through a combination of in-depth and overview units, it offers varied, relevant and challenging diet for the whole Key Stage 3 history programme of study, The Norman Conquest is a depth study for the start of Y7 investigating the Norman Conquest of 1066 and its impact on England.
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The History of William Marshal

Author: N.A

Publisher: Boydell Press

ISBN: 9781783273034

Category:

Page: 259

View: 2108

The career of William Marshal (1146/7-12), who rose from being the penniless, landless younger son of a middle-ranking nobleman to be regent of England in the minority of Henry III, is one of the most extraordinary stories of the Middle Ages. His biography was completed shortly after his death by a household minstrel and we are fortunate that it survives to give a unique portrait of a twelfth-century knight's life in the early days of tournaments and chivalry as well as his career in warfare and politics.
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Queens of the Conquest

Author: Alison Weir

Publisher: Jonathan Cape

ISBN: 9781910702079

Category: Great Britain

Page: 496

View: 3309

The story of England's medieval queens is vivid and stirring, packed with tragedy, high drama and even comedy. It is a chronicle of love, murder, war and betrayal, filled with passion, intrigue and sorrow, peopled by a cast of heroines, villains, stateswomen and lovers. In the first volume of this epic new series, Alison Weir strips away centuries of romantic mythology and prejudice to reveal the lives of England's queens in the century after the Norman Conquest. Beginning with Matilda of Flanders, who supported William the Conqueror in his invasion of England in 1066, and culminating in the turbulent life of the Empress Maud, who claimed to be queen of England in her own right and fought a bitter war to that end, the five Norman queens emerge as hugely influential figures and fascinating characters. Much more than a series of individual biographies, Queens of the Conquest is a seamless tale of interconnected lives and a rich portrait of English history in a time of flux. In Alison Weir's hands these five extraordinary women reclaim their rightful roles at the centre of English history.
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The Cambridge History of Medieval Political Thought C.350-c.1450

Author: J. H. Burns,James Henderson Burns

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521423885

Category: History

Page: 808

View: 3449

This volume examines the history of a complex and varied body of ideas over a period of more than a thousand years.
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Making Sense of History

1066-1509

Author: Ian Dawson

Publisher: Hodder Education

ISBN: 9781471806681

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 130

View: 5795

Deliver engaging, enquiry-driven lessons and help pupils gain a coherent chronological understanding of and across periods studied with this complete offering for Key Stage 3 History. Designed for the 2014 National Curriculum this supportive learning package makes history fun and inspiring to learn. Making Sense of History consists of four Pupil's Books with accompanying Dynamic Learning Teaching and Learning resources. Structured around big picture overviews and in-depth enquiries on different topics, the course develops pupils understanding of history and their ability to ask and explore valid historical questions about the past. - Help pupils come to a sound chronological understanding of the past and identify the most significant events, connections and patterns of change and continuity with specifically tailored big pictures of the period and of the topics within it. - Develop pupils' enquiry skills and help them become motivated and curious to learn about the past with purposeful and engaging enquiries and a focus on individuals' lives. - Ensure pupils' progress in their historical thinking through clear and balanced targeted coverage of the main second order concepts in history. - Support and stretch your pupils with differentiated material, including writing frames to support literacy and ideas for more challenge provided in the Dynamic Learning Teaching and Learning Resources. - Make assessment become a meaningful and manageable process through bespoke mark schemes for individual pieces of work.
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Mind as Machine

A History of Cognitive Science

Author: Margaret Ann Boden

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 019954316X

Category:

Page: 1631

View: 7110

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Atlas of Medieval Europe

Author: David Ditchburn,Angus Mackay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134806922

Category: History

Page: 288

View: 494

Covering the period from the fall of the Roman Empire through to the beginnings of the Renaissance, this is an indispensable volume which brings the complex and colourful history of the Middle Ages to life. Key features: * geographical coverage extends to the broadest definition of Europe from the Atlantic coast to the Russian steppes * each map approaches a separate issue or series of events in Medieval history, whilst a commentary locates it in its broader context * as a body, the maps provide a vivid representation of the development of nations, peoples and social structures. With over 140 maps, expert commentaries and an extensive bibliography, this is the essential reference for those who are striving to understand the fundamental issues of this period.
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