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Pearson Baccalaureate: History Causes and Effects of 20th-Century Wars Bundle
Jo Thomas

£32.64 £27.74 (price incl EU tax)

Author: Jo Thomas
Author(s): Jo Thomas, Keely Rogers
ISBN-13: 9781447984153
ISBN-10: 1447984153
Edition: 2nd Student Manual/Study Guide
Publisher: Pearson Education Limited
Publication Date: 15-Aug-15
Format: Mixed
Pages: 392

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Pearson Baccalaureate History: Causes and effects of 20th century wars 2nd edition is a revised version of the bestselling 1st edition, written by leading IB practitioners to specifically match the International Baccalaureate 2015 History curriculum. With a new emphasis on cross-regional wars, this book comprehensively covers the revised Causes of wars topic. It will equip you with the knowledge and skills that you will need to answer essay questions on Paper Two and document-based questions on Paper One. This book also includes an enhanced eBook containing further worksheets, quizzes to test knowledge and examination skills, and enlarged source material. The Causes of wars includes the following: * a clear overview and analysis of key events * practise in analyzing source material, including photographs, cartoons, letters, speeches and other documents * support throughout for new curriculum features, including key concepts and international mindedness * approaches to learning highlighted in each activity throughout the book * focus on the examination requirements, with ‘Hints for success’ throughout, as well as quizzes on the eBook * support with tackling essay-writing, including essay frames * updated Theory of Knowledge section and questions throughout to help with wider research and discussion. Other titles in the Pearson Baccalaureate series include: History The Cold War History Authoritarian states History Paper 1 The move to global war Theory of Knowledge

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Weight 0.924 kg