Investigating History is a programme for Key Stage 3, which provides thematic coverage of key periods and uses historical enquiries as a means of examining change over time. Each of the chapters in the pupil books features summative tasks, which connect different aspects of the historical issues and themes covered, and provide excellent opportunities for extended work and assessment. The series also places an emphasis on providing a wide variety of activities, which not only help students develop their skills of historical enquiry, but use literacy, citizenship and ICT to achieve meaningful outcomes. Elements of the National Key Stage 3 Strategy for the Teaching of Foundation Subjects are included throughout as a means of enhancing the study of history. Investigating History: A World Study After 1900 Teacher Resource CD-ROM contains guidance and support materials for teachers. Including: Lesson plans to accompany each enquiry and summative activity Clearly defined objectives relating to the History Programme of Study and the Key Stage 3 Strategy Guidance on how to use the series most effectively in relation to differentiation and assessment A range of support activities that can be used by pupils of varying abilities to complete enquiries and summative tasks (usable as either electronic or print-based tasks) Self-standing homework activities
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