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Making History - Junior Cert History - Set

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Publisher: Gill Education

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Written by market-leading History author, Dermot Lucey, whose name is synonymous with History education in Ireland, Making History provides everything you need for Junior Cycle History.

  • Specification Learning Outcomes are broken into clear, achievable Learning Intentions
  • The Nature of History strand is introduced and then reinforced in each chapter through skills-based activities and the frequent use of sources
  • Integrates recommended Junior Cycle teaching strategies, such as Think–Pair–Share, Hot Seat and Venn Diagrams
  • Analysing Sources sections encourage students to investigate intriguing historical questions and to hone the skills of the historian
  • The order of the chapters and the pictorial timelines at the start of each promote chronological awareness and help students acquire the ‘big picture’
  • The frequent use of questions in headings promotes exploratory learning, encourages lively classroom debate and develops historical consciousness
  • Assessment features include:
    – Suggested CBAs for each topic
    Focus Tasks for groupwork and research
    Activities that encourage historical empathy
    Range of questions on a vast array of primary and secondary sources

The Making History package includes:

  • Making History Skills Book - Included FREE with the textbook: Written by Stacy Stout with Dermot Lucey, this book includes skills-based activities, and reflection and revision exercises
  • Making History Teacher’s Resource Book with detailed schemes of work and How to’ guides for incorporating technology and active teaching methods
  • A suite of digital resources including curriculum-focused videos, PowerPoints and quizzes, all available on GillExplore.ie

Free eBook of the textbook with embedded videos, weblinks and quizzes.
See inside front cover for details.

School Level: Secondary

Class: Junior Cycle

Subject: History

ISBN-10: 0717179753

ISBN-13: 9780717179756

Barcode: 9780717179756

Publisher: Gill Education

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Author: Dermot Lucey

Product: Book

Format: Softback

Edition: 1st Edition

Language: English

Pages: 440

Publication Date: 2018

Written by market-leading History author, Dermot Lucey, whose name is synonymous with History education in Ireland, Making History provides everything you need for Junior Cycle History.

  • Specification Learning Outcomes are broken into clear, achievable Learning Intentions
  • The Nature of History strand is introduced and then reinforced in each chapter through skills-based activities and the frequent use of sources
  • Integrates recommended Junior Cycle teaching strategies, such as Think–Pair–Share, Hot Seat and Venn Diagrams
  • Analysing Sources sections encourage students to investigate intriguing historical questions and to hone the skills of the historian
  • The order of the chapters and the pictorial timelines at the start of each promote chronological awareness and help students acquire the ‘big picture’
  • The frequent use of questions in headings promotes exploratory learning, encourages lively classroom debate and develops historical consciousness
  • Assessment features include:
    – Suggested CBAs for each topic
    Focus Tasks for groupwork and research
    Activities that encourage historical empathy
    Range of questions on a vast array of primary and secondary sources

The Making History package includes:

  • Making History Skills Book - Included FREE with the textbook: Written by Stacy Stout with Dermot Lucey, this book includes skills-based activities, and reflection and revision exercises
  • Making History Teacher’s Resource Book with detailed schemes of work and How to’ guides for incorporating technology and active teaching methods
  • A suite of digital resources including curriculum-focused videos, PowerPoints and quizzes, all available on GillExplore.ie

Free eBook of the textbook with embedded videos, weblinks and quizzes.
See inside front cover for details.

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