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Nation States and International Tensions, 1871-1920 (Option 2)

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Nation States & International Tensions 1871-1920, Opt. 2 covers the new Leaving Certificate History of Europe and the Wider World, 1815-1992 History syllabus at both Higher and Ordinary Levels. It is suited to a mixed-ability class; difficult historical terms are explained in boxes in the margin or in brackets if they appear within an original document.

  • The book is laid out in a user-friendly way and is highly illustrated with lots of photographs, diagrams, cartoons and documents.
  • All Key Personalities and Key Concepts are highlighted and explained within the text where the context is most appropriate.
  • Case Studies are also highlighted and are dealt with in depth, using a wealth of source material.
  • A Working with Evidence section guides the student in how to approach the various types of source they will encounter.
  • Questions at the end of each chapter are clearly marked for either Ordinary or Higher Level students, taking into account the different requirements for each level.

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ISBN-10: 184131644x

ISBN-13: 9781841316444

Barcode: 184131644x

Publisher: Folens

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Author: Sean Delap

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Nation States & International Tensions 1871-1920, Opt. 2 covers the new Leaving Certificate History of Europe and the Wider World, 1815-1992 History syllabus at both Higher and Ordinary Levels. It is suited to a mixed-ability class; difficult historical terms are explained in boxes in the margin or in brackets if they appear within an original document.

  • The book is laid out in a user-friendly way and is highly illustrated with lots of photographs, diagrams, cartoons and documents.
  • All Key Personalities and Key Concepts are highlighted and explained within the text where the context is most appropriate.
  • Case Studies are also highlighted and are dealt with in depth, using a wealth of source material.
  • A Working with Evidence section guides the student in how to approach the various types of source they will encounter.
  • Questions at the end of each chapter are clearly marked for either Ordinary or Higher Level students, taking into account the different requirements for each level.

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