Junior History Book 3 continues the chronological history course for Key Stage 2 pupils, introducing them to the people of early Britain, the invasions of Julius Caesar in 55BC and William of Normandy in 1066. This challenging book features a strongly narrative retelling of historical events to provide a thorough grounding of historical knowledge for all Key stage 2 pupils.
- Chronological approach ensures that pupils develop an understanding of what happened when, and why
- Source-based evidence questions are featured throughout to help pupils develop important historical skills
- Challenging exercises and 'To do' activities at the end of each chapter will engage all pupils and ensure that they have understood the material covered
Also available from Galore Park:
- Junior History Book 2
- Junior History Book 3
- History for Common Entrance 13+ Textbooks, Revision Guide and Exam Practice Questions
After a history degree at Cambridge University, Fiona MacDonald did research at the University of East Anglia, and worked there as an undergraduate tutor. She also taught for the WEA and for Cambridge University Extra-Mural Board. She left teaching to become a full-time writer and now has over 300 titles published worldwide. She is a past winner of The Times Educational Supplement Information Book of the Year award and her work has also been nominated for other prizes in the UK and overseas.
Chapter 1 - Britain and Rome Chapter 2 - Romans in Britain Chapter 3 - British peoples Chapter 4 - Divided land Chapter 5 - Kings, monks and missionaries Chapter 6 - High kings and conquerors Chapter 7 - Hero of the English Chapter 8 - Life in Viking Britain Chapter 9 - Fighting for England Chapter 10 - The Last Saxon Kings