Edexcel GCSE History (9-1): Migrants in Britain c800-Present and Notting Hill c1948-c1970 eBook

Edexcel GCSE History (9-1): Migrants in Britain c800-Present and Notting Hill c1948-c1970 eBook

By Aaron Wilkes, Lindsay Bruce
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Migrants in Britain c800-Present and Notting Hill c1948-c1970 eBook is part of Oxford's brand new Edexcel GCSE History series. This digital textbook series provides the most up-to-date Edexcel exam practice and a tried-and-trusted accessible approach to help students get the best grades they are capable of, and enjoy their history lessons.

This digital textbook is written as part of our commitment to the inclusive presentation of diverse histories, and developed by a team of practising teachers with Edexcel examining experience and led by Aaron Wilkes, head of history, PGCE History lead and trusted author. This thematic study tells the story of how Britain has been shaped by its migrant communities over a long period of time, including the Vikings, Reformation, early colonialism, industrialisation, empire. It also
features case studies, including the historic environment of Notting Hill after the Second World War.

Exam-style Questions, Nail it! features and carefully Sources and Interpretations help students prepare for their Edexcel exam. Meanwhile, Later On and Earlier On features help students make connections across time periods. How to...Exam Practice pages provide step-by-step, accessible ways to practise essential history skills.

Perfect for use alongside Kerboodle, which is packed full of auto-marked quizzes, exam practice, film clips of interviews with historians, and continuing exam support.

We are working towards endorsement of this digital textbook from Edexcel.

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction to the series
  • Timeline
  • Part 1: c800–c1500: Migration in medieval England
    • Introduction Welcome to England at the end of the eighth century
    • Chapter 1: Invaders: the Vikings and the Normans
      • 1.1 The Vikings: who were they and what impact did they have?
      • 1.2 The Normans: who were they and what impact did they have?
    • Chapter 2: Economic migrants in the Middle Ages
      • 2.1A/B Life in England for Jewish people 1000–1300
      • 2.2A/B Who else came to England during the medieval period?
      • 2.3 The impact of migrants on medieval England
    • Chapter 3: Medieval case study
      • 3.1A/B/C The city of York under the Vikings
    • Exam practice ‘Explain why…’ questions
  • Part 2: c1500–c1700: Migration in early modern England
    • Introduction Welcome to early modern England
    • Chapter 4: Migration to early modern England
      • 4.1 England: a safe haven?
      • 4.2A/B Trade and migration
      • 4.3 Who else settled in England during the early modern period?
    • Chapter 5: Life for migrants in early modern England
      • 5.1A/B Migrants, the authorities and the existing population
      • 5.2A/B The impact of migrants on early modern England
    • Chapter 6: Early modern case studies
      • 6.1A/B Flemish and Walloon migrants in Sandwich and Canterbury
      • 6.2 Huguenots in seventeenth-century England
  • Part 3: c1700–c1900: Migration in eighteenth- and nineteenthcentury Britain
    • Introduction A/B Welcome to Britain in the industrial age
    • Chapter 7: Migration during the industrial revolution and the age of Empire
      • 7.1 The industrial revolution and internal migration
      • 7.2A/B The British Empire and migration
      • 7.3 Irish immigration to Britain
      • 7.4A/B Who else settled in Britain during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries?
    • Chapter 8: Life for migrants in eighteenth- and nineteenthcentury Britain
      • 8.1 Migrants and the media
      • 8.2 Migrants and the authorities
      • 8.3A/B The impact of migrants on eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Britain
    • Chapter 9: Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century case studies
      • 9.1A/B Liverpool in the nineteenth century
      • 9.2A/B Jewish migrants in the East End of London
    • Exam practice ‘Explain one way…’ questions
  • Part 4: c1900–present: Migration in modern Britain
    • Introduction Welcome to modern Britain
    • Chapter 10: Migration and life for migrants in modern Britain
      • 10.1A/B The First and Second World Wars
      • 10.2 Jewish refugees
      • 10.3A/B Decolonisation and the Commonwealth
      • 10.4A/B Was the ‘mother country’ a good mum?
      • 10.5 European migration to Britain in the modern period
      • 10.6 Refugees and asylum seekers
    • Chapter 11: The impact of migrants on modern Britain
      • 11.1 A/B/C The impact of migrants on modern Britain
    • Chapter 12: Modern case studies
      • 12.1A/B The experiences and impact of migrants in Bristol
      • 12.2A/B The experiences of Asian migrants in Leicester from 1945
    • Exam practice ‘How far do you agree?’ questions
  • Part 5: Notting Hill c1948–c1970
    • Introduction Welcome to Notting Hill c1948–c1970
    • Chapter 13: The development of Notting Hill
      • 13.1 Notting Hill: the early years
      • 13.2 Britain after the Second World War
      • 13.3 Living in Notting Hill after the Second World War
    • Chapter 14: Caribbean culture in Notting Hill
      • 14.1 Caribbean culture in Notting Hill
    • Chapter 15: Riot and murder in Notting Hill
      • 15.1 The Notting Hill riots
      • 15.2 The murder of Kelso Cochrane
    • Chapter 16: Black activism in Notting Hill
      • 16.1A/B Claudia Jones, carnivals and conflict
      • 16.2A/B Welcome to the Mangrove
    • Exam practice ‘Describe two features…’ questions
    • Exam practice ‘How useful…’ source questions
    • Exam practice ‘Follow up…’ source questions
  • Glossary
  • Index
  • Acknowledgements
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