Oxford AQA History for GCSE: Thematic Studies c790-Present Day
$23.75

Oxford AQA History for GCSE: Thematic Studies c790-Present Day

By Aaron Wilkes, Lindsay Bruce
US$ 23.75
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Book Description

Written by an experienced teacher and an author with examining experience to match the 2016 AQA GCSE specification, 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.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Imprint
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • How to use this book
  • Timeline
  • 1.1 What did a Medieval doctor know?
  • 2.1 How did Christianity affect Medieval medicine?
  • 3.1 Where was public health worse in the Medieval period?
  • 4.1 What was the Renaissance?
  • 5.1 How scientific was seventeenth- and eighteenth century medicine?
  • 6.1 How did Edward Jenner help defeat smallpox?
  • 7.1 How was pain conquered?
  • 8.1 How did scientists discover that germs caused human diseases?
  • 9.1 How dirty were Britain’s towns in the early 1800s?
  • 10.1A What can a study of penicillintell us about the development of modern medicine?
  • 11.1A The impact of war and technology on surgery and health
  • 12.1A Why did the government try to improve the nation’s health after 1900?
  • How to… analyse significance
  • How to… analyse sources
  • How to… compare similarities
  • Timeline Britain: Power and the people
  • 1.1 What did people want from the Medieval King John?
  • 2.1 Simon de Montfort and King Henry III
  • 3.1 Were rats to blame for the Peasants’ Revolt?
  • 4.1 How did Henry change the Church?
  • 5.1A The causes of the English Revolution
  • 6.1A What was the impact of the American Revolution?
  • 7.1A Give us the vote!
  • 8.1 The Anti-Corn Law League
  • 9.1 The development of trade unionism: a new workers’paradise?
  • 10.1 Where was a woman’s place?
  • 11.1A The General Strike, 1926
  • 12.1 Was the ‘mother country’a good mum?
  • How to… analyse significance
  • How to… analyse sources
  • How to… compare similarities
  • How to… evaluate main factors
  • Timeline Britain: Migration,empires and the people
  • 1.1 Why did the Vikings invade Britain?
  • 2.1 A Norman Kingdom
  • 3.1 The Hundred Years War
  • 4.1 Why did Tudor and Stuart explorers look west?
  • 5.1A British colonies in America
  • 6.1 The first ‘refugees’: Huguenot migration
  • 7.1A How and why did Britain gain control of India?
  • 8.1 The scramble for Africa
  • 9.1 Irish migration to Britain
  • 10.1A How did the British lose their empire?
  • 11.1 Why did immigrants come to Britain after the Second World War?
  • 12.1 What is Britain’s relationship with Europe?
  • How to… analyse significance
  • How to… analyse sources
  • How to… compare similarities
  • How to… evaluate main factors
  • Practice Questions for Paper 2:Britain: Health and the people: c1000 to the present day
  • Glossary
  • Index
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