Please note this title is suitable for any student studying:
Exam Board: AQA
First teaching: September 2016
First exams: June 2018
This Student Book has been approved by AQA.
Thematic Studies c790-Present Day (covering Britain: Health and the People, Power and the People, and Migration, Empires and the People) is part of a brand new series written specially to match the new 2016 AQA GCSE History specification, and is developed by an expert team led by an experienced head of history and an author with senior examining experience. This combined British Thematic Studies Book covers developments of each Thematic Study in Britain over a long period of time, and
considers the causes, scale, nature, impact and consequences of short and long term developments. Carefully selected Sources allow students the opportunity to analyse and evaluate primary sources in context. Practice Questions and Study Tips help students prepare for the new AQA exam questions, and features
such as Extension, Over to you and How to provide step-by-step explanations of how to put into practice essential history skills such as analysing an interpretation, cartoon or essay writing.
This single textbook covers all the Thematic Study options:
- Britain: Health and the people: c1000 to the present day
- Britain: Power and the people: c1170 to the present day
- Britain: Migration, empires and the people: c790 to the present day
Jon Cloake taught History for 35 years to students aged 11-18. He has 33 years examining experience, 25 years of which have been at a senior level for GCSE and A-level. As a senior examiner he has been involved in curriculum development, as well as setting and assessment of examination papers. He was Head of Humanities and an Assistant Principal in a large local authority school. Jon's first A-level textbook was published in 1985 and he has written a number of History textbooks for GCSE during his career. Aaron Wilkes is the Series Editor for Oxford AQA History for GCSE. He is now one of the leading history authors in school publishing, as well as being Head of History at Castle High School, Dudley. Aaron knows how important it is to always be armed with a bank of tasks to stretch and challenge more able students. His time at Castle High has given him the experience of six Ofsted inspections and taking two form classes up to Year 11. It is this experience that gives him a good bank of knowledg