Oxford International Primary History: Student Book 4 eBook: Oxford International Primary History Student Book 4 eBook
$23.99

Oxford International Primary History: Student Book 4 eBook: Oxford International Primary History Student Book 4 eBook

By Aaron Wilkes, Pat Lunt, Helen Crawford
US$ 23.99
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Book Description

This complete six year primary history course develops inquisitive and engaged learners through a six-year primary history course. Helping students contextualise historical events, it provides a firm foundation to analyse both local and international history. It is based on the English National Curriculum and maintains an international focus.



· Follows an enquiry-based approach and focuses on historical skills and knowledge

· Carefully selected topics engage students with a mix of international and local history

· Helps students refine literacy and language skills with specific considerations for EAL students

· The Student Books, Workbooks and Teacher's Guide provide differentiated activities to meet the wide range of needs in your classroom

· Offers a structured syllabus which follows the 2014 English National Curriculum with a focus on world history

· Step-by-step teaching plans are available in the Teacher's Guide

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • 1 Ancient Egypt
    • 1.1 Egypt and the pharaohs
    • 1.2 Farming and trade
    • 1.3 Everyday life in Ancient Egypt
    • 1.4 Tombs and treasures
    • 1.5 The Egyptian influence – evidence and inspiration
    • 1 Review
  • 2 Ancient Greece
    • 2.1 Who were the Ancient Greeks?
    • 2.2 Work and relaxation in Ancient Greece
    • 2.3 Everyday life in Ancient Greece
    • 2.4 Soldiers and seafarers
    • 2.5 Trade, art and ideas
    • 2 Review
  • 3 Ancient Rome
    • 3.1 The beginnings of Ancient Rome
    • 3.2 The Roman Empire begins
    • 3.3 Ancient Roman towns and cities
    • 3.4 Everyday life in the Roman Empire
    • 3.5 Art and culture of Ancient Rome
    • 3 Review
  • 4 A history of leisure and recreation
    • 4.1 Games
    • 4.2 Sport
    • 4.3 Have people always gone on holiday?
    • 4.4 Storytelling as entertainment
    • 4.5 Educational recreation
    • 4 Review
  • Vocabulary quiz
  • Glossary
  • Back Cover
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