Oxford AQA History for GCSE: British Depth Studies c1066-1685
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Oxford AQA History for GCSE: British Depth Studies c1066-1685

By Aaron Wilkes, Tim Williams
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Book Description

Written by an experienced head of history and an author with examining experience to match the 2016 AQA GCSE History specification, this combined British Depth Studies Book covers the historical environments of each British Depth study, and focuses in depth on the economic, religious, political, social and cultural standpoints of each period.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction to the Oxford AQA GCSE History series
  • Timeline
  • Norman England 1066-c1100
    • Part one: The Normans: conquest and Control
      • Chapter 1 Causes of the Norman Conquest
      • Chapter 2 Military aspects
        • 2.4A Historic Environment: The Battle of Hastings
        • 2.5A Historic Environment: Norman castles
      • Chapter 3 Establishing and maintaining control
    • Part two: Life under the Normans
      • Chapter 4 Feudalism and government
      • Chapter 5 Economic and social changes
    • Part three: The Norman Church and monasticism
      • Chapter 6 The Church
        • 6.3 Historic Environment:Norman cathedrals
      • Chapter 7 Monasticism
        • How to… analyse interpretations
        • How to… tackle the Historic Environment question
  • Medieval England: the reign of Edward I, 1272-1307
    • Part one: Government, the rights of king and people
      • Chapter 1 Henry III’s legacy
      • Chapter 2 The development of government, rights and justice
    • Part two: Life in Medieval England
      • Chapter 3 Trade, towns and villages
      • Chapter 4 Education and learning
      • Chapter 5 The development of the legal system
    • Part three: Edward I's Military campaigns in Wales and Scotland
      • Chapter 6 Medieval warfare, tactics and technology
      • Chapter 7 The invasion and colonisation of Wales
        • 7.4 Historic Environment: Medieval castles
      • Chapter 8 Relations with Scotland
        • 8.2A Historic Environment: The Battle of Stirling Bridge
        • How to… analyse interpretations
        • How to… tackle the Historic Environment question
  • Elizabethan England c1568-1603
    • Part one: Elizabeths court and Parliament
      • Chapter 1 Elizabeth I and her court
      • Chapter 2 The difficulties of a female ruler
    • Part two: Life in Elizabethan times
      • Chapter 3 A ‘Golden Age’
        • 3.2 Historic Environment: Elizabethan country houses
        • 3.4 Historic Environment: Elizabethan theatres
      • Chapter 4 The poor
      • Chapter 5 English sailors
    • Part three: Troubles at home and abroad
      • Chapter 6 Religious matters
      • Chapter 7 Mary, Queen of Scots
      • Chapter 8 Conflict with Spain
        • 8.3A Historic Environment: The Spanish Armada
        • How to… analyse interpretations
        • How to… tackle the Historic Environment question
  • Restoration England 1660-1685
    • Part one: Crown, Parliament, plots and court life
      • Chapter 1 Crown and Parliament
        • 1.6 Historic Environment: Restoration stately houses
      • Chapter 2 The Catholic question
      • Chapter 3 Charles II’s court
    • Part two: Life in Restoration England
      • Chapter 4 Crisis
      • Chapter 5 Restoration culture
        • 5.4 Historic Environment: The Royal Observatory Greenwich
    • Part three: Land trade and war
      • Chapter 6 Land
      • Chapter 7 Trade
      • Chapter 8 War
        • 8.3 Historic Environment: The Dutch raid on the Medway
        • How to… analyse interpretations
        • How to… tackle the Historic Environment question
  • Practice Questions for Paper 2:British Depth Studies
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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