Oxford International Primary History: Student Book 5 eBook: Oxford International Primary History Student Book 5 eBook
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.
Â· Follows an enquiry-based approach and focuses on historical skills and knowledge
Â· Carefully selected topics engage students with a mix of international and local history
Â· Helps students refine literacy and language skills with specific considerations for EAL students
Â· The Student Books, Workbooks and Teacher's Guide provide differentiated activities to meet the wide range of needs in your classroom
Â· Offers a structured syllabus which follows the 2014 English National Curriculum with a focus on world history
Â· Step-by-step teaching plans are available in the Teacher's Guide
- Front Cover
- Title Page
- 1 Roman invasion
- 1.1 Army and empire
- 1.2 The Romans invade
- 1.3 Roman settlers
- 1.4 Life in the Roman army
- 1.5 What was a Roman villa like?
- 1.6 The end of the Roman Empire
- 1 Review
- 2 The Anglo-Saxons
- 2.1 Who were the Anglo-Saxons?
- 2.2 Who ruled the Anglo-Saxons?
- 2.3a What was life like in an Anglo-Saxon village?
- 2.3b What was life like in an Anglo-Saxon village?
- 2.4 What were the achievements ofthe Anglo-Saxons?
- 2.5 Viking invasions
- 2 Review
- 3 The Maya
- 3.1 Who were the Maya?
- 3.2 What were Mayan cities like?
- 3.3 Who ruled the Maya?
- 3.4 Mayan merchants
- 3.5a What achievements are the Maya known for?
- 3.5b What achievements are the Maya known for?
- 3 Review
- 4 A history of transport
- 4.1a On the road
- 4.1b On the road
- 4.2 Water transport
- 4.3 Rail transport
- 4.4 Up in the air
- 4.5 Transport in the future
- 4 Review
- Vocabulary quiz
- Back Cover