aqa gcse history - Hodder Education

May 26, 2016 - page 7. See pages. 3 & 6. Accompanied by a package of supporting resources: .... l Social and economic developments under Lenin and Trotsky, and .... examiner comments, available through the Dynamic Learning platform.
740KB Sizes 44 Downloads 94 Views
Textbooks and Student eTextbooks selected for AQA’s official approval process

AQA GCSE HISTORY FOR THE 2016 SPECIFICATION

Textbooks in the AQA approval process Our brand new series of 8 Student Books and Student eTextbooks are being thoroughly reviewed by AQA for the new specification. See pages 2–5

Accompanied by a package of supporting resources:

eTextbook options

Digital resources and tools

Pick and mix from Student Books in print and two digital textbook formats.

Time-saving, ready-made resources that support and enhance the Student Books.

See pages 2–3

See pages 3&6

Online exam practice

Expert-led CPD

An extensive bank of practice questions for year-round revision.

Get ready to teach the 2016 spec by attending one of our CPD training days.

See page 7

See page 7

Hindsight magazine New historical analysis and expertise delivered to students every term.

See page 8

View our full range of resources inside > The No. 1 History publisher

Our print and digital resources for the new specification

Student Books in print and digital formats

All Whiteboard eTextbook and Teaching and Learning Resources prices include full access until December 2018, offering you much better value for money than an annual subscription.

AQA GCSE History Student Books Selected for AQA’s official approval process Authors: Helena Clarke, David Ferriby, Dave Martin, Abdul Mohamud, Ed Podesta, Wesley Royle, Robin Whitburn and Alf Wilkinson Create a stimulating, well-paced teaching route through the 2016 GCSE History specification using this tailor-made series that draws on a legacy of market-leading history textbooks* and the individual subject specialisms of the author team to inspire student success. • Motivate your students to deepen their subject knowledge through an engaging and thought-provoking narrative that makes historical concepts accessible and interesting to today’s learners • Embed progressive skills development in every lesson with carefully designed Focus Tasks that encourage students to question, analyse and interpret key topics • Take students’ historical understanding to the next level by using a wealth of original contemporary source material to encourage wider reflection on different periods • Help your students achieve their potential at GCSE with revision tips and practice questions geared towards the changed assessment model, plus useful advice to aid exam preparation • Confidently navigate the new AQA specification using the expert insight of experienced authors and teachers with examining experience

AQA GCSE History component

Hodder Education title

Student Book

Student eTextbook

Whiteboard eTextbook

Teaching and Learning Resources

Paper 1: Understanding the modern world

Understanding the Modern World

9781471862946

9781471865046

9781471865114

9781471877063

£16.99

£4.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+ VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

Section A: Period studies

A single core text containing all four period studies and the following depth studies:

May 2016

Jun 2016

May 2016

May 2016

9781471864216

9781471864957

9781471865053

9781471877001

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+ VAT** £100+VAT/£125+ VAT**

May 2016

Jun 2016

May 2016

May 2016

9781471861512

9781471865008

9781471865060

9781471876998

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

Apr 2016 AQA approved

May 2016

Apr 2016

Apr 2016

9781471886249

9781471886294

9781471886300

9781471886324

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

Nov 2016

Dec 2016

Nov 2016

Nov 2016

9781471863424

9781471864995

9781471865077

9781471877018

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

Jun 2016

Jul 2016

Jun 2016

Jun 2016

Medieval England: the reign of Edward I, 1272–1307

9781471864261

9781471865022

9781471865091

9781471877032

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

Sep 2016

Oct 2016

Sep 2016

Sep 2016

Elizabethan England, c1568–1603

9781471864292

9781471865015

9781471865084

9781471877025

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

May 2016

Jun 2016

May 2016

May 2016

9781471864322

9781471865039

9781471865107

9781471877049

£12.99

£3.25 + VAT*

£100+VAT/£125+VAT** £100+VAT/£125+VAT**

Jun 2016

Jul 2016

Jun 2016

Section B: Wider world depth studies

• Conflict and tension, 1894–1918 • Conflict and tension, 1918–1939 • Conflict and tension between East and West, 1945–1972 • Conflict and tension in Asia, 1950–1975 Paper 2: Shaping the nation

Health and the People

Section A: Thematic studies

*Based on Educational Publishers Council statistics

Power and the People

Also available in two eTextbook formats: Student eTextbook

Whiteboard eTextbook

A downloadable version of the printed textbook that you can assign to students so they can: • Download and view on any device or browser • Add, edit and synchronise notes across two devices • Access their personal copy on the move

An online, interactive version of the printed textbook that enables you to: • Display interactive pages to your class • Add notes and highlight areas of the text • Insert double-page spreads into your lesson plans Available via Dynamic Learning

Selected for AQA’s official approval process

Plus! 2

The Whiteboard eTextbooks have not been entered into the AQA approval process

Migration, Empires and the People New addition to the series

Paper 2: Shaping the nation Section B: British depth studies including the historic environment

Norman England, 1066–c1100

Available via Dynamic Learning

Each Student Book is supported by digital Teaching and Learning Resources. See pages 3 and 6 for more information.

To request Inspection Copies, sign up for free, no obligation 30-day eTextbook trials or place an order, fill in the order form or visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA

Restoration England, 1660–1685

Jun 2016

*All Student eTextbook prices listed above are per student for 1 year's access. 2-year and 3-year access options are also available. **Small school price (up to 900 students): £100 + VAT Large school price (901+ students): £125 + VAT



To request Inspection Copies, sign up for free, no obligation 30-day Dynamic Learning trials or place an order, fill in the order form or visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA

3

Section A: Period studies

How do the Student Books support teaching and learning?

Focus boxes outline the learning objectives for the topic and establish clear lines of enquiry

3.2 Lenin’s new society FOCUS The abdication of the Tsar in March 1917 solved very little. Members of the Duma set up a temporary government which was then overthrown by the Bolsheviks led by Lenin later in the year. The Bolsheviks then set about creating a society that was based on totally different principles from the aristocratic rule that had existed for centuries.

l●

SOURCE 1 A Provisional Government Minister explains why Russia should stay in the war, 1917.

The Provisional Government should do nothing now which would break our ties with the allies. The worst thing that could happen to us would be separate peace. It would be ruinous for the Russian revolution, ruinous for international democracy …

Written sources add memorable detail and colour to the narrative

As to the land question, we regard it as our duty at the present to prepare the ground for a just solution of the problem by the Constituent Assembly.

THINK Read Source 1. How popular do you think the Provisional Government’s policies on: a) the war b) land would be with the peasants and the soldiers?

The Provisional Government: Social, economic and military problems

The Duma’s Provisional Committee took over the running of the government. It faced three overwhelmingly urgent decisions: l to continue the war or make peace l to distribute land to the peasants (who had already started taking it) or ask

them to wait until elections had been held l how best to get food to the starving workers in the cities.

The PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT was a mixed group. While it included men such as the lawyer Alexander Kerensky – Justice Minister in the Provisional Government but also a respected member of the Petrograd Soviet – it also included angry revolutionaries who had no experience of government at all. The Provisional Government promised Russia’s allies that it would continue the war, while trying to settle the situation in Russia. It also urged the peasants to be restrained and wait for elections before taking any land. The idea was that the Provisional Government could then stand down and allow free elections to take place to elect a new Constituent Assembly that would fairly and democratically represent the people of Russia. It was a very cautious message for a people who had just gone through a revolution. However, the Provisional Government was not the only possible government. Most workers also paid close attention to the Petrograd Soviet. The Soviet had the support of workers in key industries such as coal mining and water, and the support of much of the army. During the crisis months of spring 1917, the Soviet and Provisional Government worked together.

Visual sources are used to deepen students’ knowledge and develop evaluative skills

Lenin and the growth of Bolshevik organisation

Author text explains the key content clearly and comprehensively

One man was determined to push the revolution further. He was Lenin, leader of the Bolsheviks (see page 117). When he heard of the March revolution he immediately returned to Russia from exile in Europe. The Germans even provided him with a special train, hoping that he might cause more chaos in Russia! When Lenin arrived at the Finland Station in Petrograd, he set out the Bolshevik programme in his April Theses. He urged the people to support the Bolsheviks in a second revolution. Lenin’s slogans, ‘Peace, Land and Bread’ and ‘All Power to the Soviets’, contrasted sharply with the cautious message of the Provisional Government. Support for the Bolsheviks increased quickly (see Figure 2), particularly in the soviets and in the army.

3 Russia 1894–1945: Tsardom and Communism

The Provisional Government’s failure to deal with Russia’s problems

Factfiles summarise key information clearly, gathering it in one place to support learning and revision throughout the course

In this section you will study the following: Why the Provisional Government failed to solve Russia’s problems and why the Bolsheviks gained support and were able to take over government. l The impact of Lenin’s dictatorship and why the Bolsheviks were able to win the Civil War. l Social and economic developments under Lenin and Trotsky, and how the Bolsheviks consolidated their rule. l

3 Russia 1894–1945: Tsardom and Communism

114

FIGURE 2

PROFILE Vladimir Ilich Lenin

Growth of Bolshevik support, 1917.

In the second half of 1917, the Provisional Government’s authority steadily collapsed: 200,000

the army. Kerensky became Minister for War and rallied the army for a great offensive in June. It was a disaster. The army began to fall apart in the face of a German counter-attack. The deserters decided to come home. l Desertions were made worse because another element of the Provisional Government’s policy had failed. The peasants ignored the orders of the government to wait. They were simply taking control of the countryside. The soldiers, who were mostly peasants, did not want to miss their turn when the land was shared out. The Provisional Government’s problems got worse in the summer. In July (the ‘July Days’), Bolshevik-led protests against the war turned into a rebellion. However, when Kerensky produced evidence that Lenin had been helped by the Germans, support for the rebellion fell. Lenin, in disguise, fled to Finland. Kerensky used troops to crush the rebellion and took over the government. Others were also fed up with the Provisional Government. In September 1917, the army leader Kornilov marched his troops towards Petrograd, intending to get rid of the Bolsheviks and the Provisional Government, and restore order. Kerensky was in an impossible situation. He had some troops who supported him but they were no match for Kornilov’s. Kerensky turned to the only group which could save him: his Bolshevik opponents, who dominated the Petrograd Soviet. The Bolsheviks organised themselves into an army which they called the Red Guards. Kornilov’s troops refused to fight members of the Soviet so Kornilov’s plans collapsed. However, it was hardly a victory for Kerensky. In fact, by October Kerensky’s government was doomed. It had tried to carry on the war and failed. It had therefore lost the army’s support. It had tried to stop the peasants from taking over the land and so lost their support too. Without peasant support it had failed to bring food into the towns and food prices had spiralled upwards. This had lost the government any support it had from the urban workers. In contrast, the Bolsheviks were promising what the people wanted most (bread, peace, land). It was the Bolsheviks who had removed the threat of Kornilov. By the end of September 1917, there were Bolshevik majorities in the Petrograd and Moscow Soviets, and in most of Russia’s other major towns and cities.

FOCUS TASK Why did the Provisional Government fail to deal with Russia’s problems? 1 Imagine you are Lenin addressing a crowd of Russians in 1917. Write a short speech to persuade your listeners that the Provisional Government has become a failure and that change is needed. Use the following headings to help you to structure your speech: – The Provisional Government’s failures: – The war – Land distribution – Starving peasants. – The Bolsheviks’ promises: – Bread, peace and land – All power to the soviets. 2 Lenin has reread the speech and has decided that it is too long. Choose the two most important points for him to make in the speech.

Number of party members

l The war effort was failing. Soldiers had been deserting in thousands from

AQA_GCSE_History_Ch03.indd 114

l Born 1870 into a respectable Russian family. l Brother hanged in 1887 for plotting against the Tsar. l Graduated from St Petersburg University after being thrown out of Kazan

22/03/2016 16:12

University for his political beliefs.

160,000

l One of the largest Okhrana files was about him! l Exiled to Siberia 1897–1900. l In 1900–1905 lived in various countries writing the revolutionary newspaper

120,000

80,000

40,000

An analysis of the Bolshevik Revolution 0

Jan

Mar May 1917

Despite their claims, the Bolsheviks did not have the support of the majority of the Russian people. So how were they able to carry out their takeover in November 1917? The unpopularity of the Provisional Government was a critical factor – there were no massive demonstrations demanding the return of Kerensky!

July

SOURCE 3

A second factor was that the Bolsheviks were a disciplined party dedicated to revolution, even though not all the Bolshevik leaders believed this was the right way to change Russia. The Bolsheviks had some 800,000 members, and their supporters were also in the right places. At least half of the army supported them, as did the sailors at the important naval base at Kronstadt near Petrograd. (The Bolsheviks were still the only party demanding that Russia should pull out of the war.) The major industrial centres, and the Petrograd and Moscow Soviets especially, were also pro-Bolshevik. The Bolsheviks also had some outstanding personalities in their ranks, particularly Trotsky and their leader Lenin.

A letter from Guchkov, Minister for War in the Provisional Government, to General Alekseyev, 22 March 1917.

The Provisional Government possesses no real power and its orders are executed only in so far as this is permitted by the Soviet of Workers’ and Soldiers’ Deputies, which holds in its hands the most important elements of actual power, such as troops, railroads, postal and telegraph service …

EXAM PRACTICE Read Interpretations A and B, and then answer Questions 1–6.

SOURCE 4 John Reed, an American writer who lived in Petrograd in 1917.

Week by week food became scarcer … one had to queue for long hours in the chill rain … Think of the poorly clad people standing on the streets of Petrograd for whole days in the Russian winter! I have listened in the breadlines, hearing the bitter discontent which from time to time burst through the miraculous good nature of the Russian crowd.

Engaging Focus Tasks build understanding and encourage students to think clearly about historical issues

People were becoming convinced that only Lenin’s followers, the Bolsheviks, stood up for them. The Soviets were now controlled by the Bolsheviks. The workers, soldiers and a large number of peasants were demanding that the Provisional Government step down, or be removed, if necessary, by force of arms. Interpretation B Events leading to the Bolshevik takeover. The account is taken from a British school textbook, published in 2009.

THINK Study Sources 3 and 4. Do you think that the Provisional Government was doomed to failure?

Interpretation A Events leading to the October/November 1917 Revolution. The extract is taken from History of the Soviet Union, published in the USSR in 1974.

Think questions direct students to what they should be noticing in the text or sources

Russia was descending into chaos. More and more peasants were seizing land; more and more soldiers were deserting from the army. The Bolsheviks were still very much a minority party, but they had key support where it mattered – among the workers in the cities and towns and among the soldiers in the army.

115

AQA_GCSE_History_Ch03.indd 115

4

Profiles highlight important facts about historical figures

Iskra (‘The Spark’). l Took part in the 1905 revolution but was forced to flee. l Returned to Russia after the first revolution in 1917. l Led the Bolsheviks to power in November 1917.

22/03/2016 16:12

To view full sample material from our Student Books, visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA

1 How does Interpretation B differ from Interpretation A about the reasons for the Bolshevik success? Explain your answer using Interpretations A and B. 2 Why might the authors of Interpretations A and B have a different interpretation on the reasons for Bolshevik success? Explain your answer using Interpretations A and B and your contextual knowledge. 3 Which interpretation do you find more convincing about the reasons for Bolshevik success? Explain your answer using Interpretations A and B and your contextual knowledge. 4 Describe two problems faced by the Provisional Government when it was created in March 1917. 5 In what ways did the peasants and the city workers suffer under the Provisional Government? Explain your answer. 6 Which of the following was the more important reason why the Provisional Government was weakened during 1917: – The decision to continue fighting in the First World War – The growing power and influences of the soviets in Petrograd and other cities? Explain your answer with reference to both reasons.

Exam Practice questions are supported by step-by-step Exam Focus advice on the assessment requirements, plus example answers for all question types

117

AQA_GCSE_History_Ch03.indd 117

22/03/2016 16:12

To request Inspection Copies or place an order, fill in the order form or visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA

5

Digital teaching resources – taking the textbook to the next level Each Student Book is accompanied by an affordable package of digital resources and tools – the invaluable teacher support you need at a time of major curriculum change.

Dynamic Learning Teaching and Learning Resources

Available via Dynamic Learning

AQA GCSE History Revision and Question Practice 9781471858956 £125 + VAT/£175 + VAT for access until Dec 2018* Available: Nov 2016

Coming in 2017: Revision guides Unlock your students’ full potential in AQA GCSE History with My Revision Notes – our tried and trusted approach to active revision. For more information on our forthcoming resources, register for eUpdates at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/eUpdates

• Ensures that your lessons are fully differentiated by supplying worksheets to support the tasks in the Student Books, including Help Zone worksheets that offer modelling and structured support for the less able

*Small school price (up to 900 students): £125 + VAT Large school price: (901+ students): £175 + VAT

CPD training delivered by experts Available via Dynamic Learning

For a full list of titles, prices and publication dates, see page 3

In each unit you get:

Year-round revision 10 Test Yourself revision quizzes 21 revision podcasts 9 revision tasks/strategies

• Keep your exam practice varied, focused and relevant with free updates throughout your subscription

To request a free, no obligation 14-day Revision and Question Practice trial or place an order, fill in the order form or visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA

• Encourages year-round revision with classroom-based revision tasks, podcasts for students to use on the go and self-marking Test Yourself quizzes that help you monitor student performance

Planning 1 unit plan

• Help students succeed in their final exams through rolling revision of exam-style questions with links to relevant pages from the Student Books for further study

• Personalise independent study by assigning questions to individual students, with the option to display student-friendly mark schemes and differentiated sample answers

• Reduces your planning time by providing ready-made Topic Starter and Lesson Highlight presentations that capture students’ interest, deepen their understanding and consolidate their learning

• Facilitates your planning for the 2016 specification with unit plans that explain clearly how to use the Student Books and Teaching and Learning Resources together, plus a Lesson Builder tool that enables you to add your own resources to those provided

Thoroughly prepare your students for the new AQA GCSE History examinations with this extensive online bank of exam-style questions, sample answers and examiner comments, available through the Dynamic Learning platform.

• Show students how they can reach the next grade using examiner comments and detailed exam and revision advice from the experts

Deliver engaging and performance-boosting GCSE History lessons with ease using this complete package of time-saving digital resources and lesson-planning tools, designed to provide all the day-to-day teaching, exam preparation and revision materials you need to support and enhance the content of the AQA Student Books.

• Prepares students for assessment with Question Expert presentations that feature model answers, examiner commentary, advice on different question types and practice questions

Revision and Question Practice

Preparing to Teach the New AQA GCSE History Specification Presenter: David Ferriby Explore the new specification and feel confident that you can effectively deliver the content and skills that students need to achieve their full potential. You will:

Day-to-day teaching 18 Topic Starter and Lesson Highlight PowerPoints 15 Task and Help Zone worksheets 81 images from the Student’s Book Exam preparation

1 Exam Overview of the assessment requirements 4-6 Question Expert exam-prep PowerPoints (1 for each question type)

• Look at the requirements of the period studies, wider world depth studies, thematic studies and British depth studies • Benefit from practical guidance on planning and implementing the course in your classroom • Explore the assessment requirements for each part of the specification

Available dates: • Manchester: 26 May 2016 • London: 9 Jun 2016 Course fee: £249 + VAT

• Identify appropriate resources and gain support for teaching the new content

Also available: AQA training From understanding and preparing to teach new specifications, through to developing subject expertise and moving leadership, AQA has a training offering for you; including face to face, online or in-school courses, events and workshops. For more information and to book your place visit www.aqa.org.uk/cpd

Numbers may be subject to change

6

To sign up for free, no obligation 30-day Dynamic Learning trials or place an order, fill in the order form or visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA

To book your place or find out more about Hodder Education CPD training, call 01295 222777 or visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/events

7

Hindsight magazine Hindsight magazine delivers new historical analysis and expertise to GCSE students. With thought-provoking articles that go beyond the textbook, the magazine develops subject knowledge alongside exam skills to ensure success at GCSE.

Hindsight magazine in numbers: Over 2300 UK subscribers • Publishing for 26 years

For students

For you

• Extends students’ knowledge through speciallycommissioned expert articles, debates and fact files on key historical figures and events • Develops the exam skills students need from analysis and evaluation to interpretation • Encourages students to undertake independent study through internet-based research exercises

• Reduces your research time by providing a range of relevant source material (texts, photos, cartoons, maps, posters) • Puts GCSE topics into a context that will generate whole-class discussion • Includes resources to use in the classroom or for homework activities

Subscribe to Hindsight magazine in print and digital formats: Print Institutional price: £20 • Student price: £10 • 3 issues per year

eMagazine An annual subscription gives students the full content of each issue in a digital format so they can access it offline on their own devices. Price: £10 • 3 issues per year

Magazine Archive Available through the Dynamic Learning platform, the Magazine Archive offers easy, 24/7 online access to 7 years’ worth of magazine content so you can: • Search back issues to find relevant source material and articles • Encourage students to undertake independent study by accessing the archive anytime, anywhere • Create lessons and integrate magazine articles with other Dynamic Learning resources Price: £50 + VAT/£60 + VAT per year*

* Small school price (up to 900 students): £50 + VAT Large school price: (901+ students): £60 + VAT

To view extra resources, request free, no obligation eMagazine and Magazine Archive trials or order a subscription for your school, visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/Hindsight

What next?

9To 9 request Inspection Copies, sign up for free, no obligation Dynamic Learning trials or place an order, fill in the order form 9For 9 more information on our full service offering for AQA GCSE History, visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk/History/GCSE/AQA 9Remember 9 to sign up for eUpdates at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/eUpdates to receive the latest news, free resources and sample material

ISBN: 9781471882913

AQA GCSE History order form Please complete this form and return to our FREEPOST address: Hodder Education, FREEPOST OF1488, 130 Park Drive, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 4SE To order an Inspection Copy (IC), tick the relevant section next to the title/format. Inspection Copies allow you to review texts for up to 60 days. Purchase 15+ copies and keep the Inspection Copy FREE OF CHARGE. To request free, no obligation 30-day Student eTextbook, Whiteboard eTextbook and Teaching and Learning Resources trials or a free, no obligation 14-day Revision and Question Practice trial, tick the relevant section next to the title/format. IC/ Title/Format Trial Understanding the Modern World Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

ISBN

Publication date

Price

9781471862946 9781471865046

May 2016 Jun 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865114

May 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471877063

May 2016

£16.99 £12.74 1-year: £4.25 + VAT 2-year: £6.80 + VAT 3-year: £10.19 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT†

9781471864216 9781471864957

May 2016 Jun 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865053

May 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471877001

May 2016

9781471861512 9781471865008

Apr 2016 May 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865060

Apr 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471876998

Apr 2016

9781471886249 9781471886294

Nov 2016 Dec 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471886300

Nov 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471886324

Nov 2016

9781471863424 9781471864995

Jun 2016 Jul 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865077

Jun 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471877018

Jun 2016

Medieval England: the reign of Edward I, 1272–1307 Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

9781471864261 9781471865022

Sep 2016 Oct 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865091

Sep 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471877032

Sep 2016

Health and the People Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

Power and the People Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

Migration, Empires and the People Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

Norman England, 1066–c1100 Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

Qty

Value

£12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† £12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† £12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† £12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† £12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT†

Turn over to complete your order >

Elizabethan England, c1568–1603 Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

9781471864292 9781471865015

May 2016 Jun 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865084

May 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471877025

May 2016

9781471864322 9781471865039

Jun 2016 Jul 2016

Whiteboard eTextbook

9781471865107

Jun 2016

Teaching and Learning Resources

9781471877049

Jun 2016

AQA GCSE History Revision and Question Practice

9781471858956

Nov 2016

Restoration England, 1660–1685 Student Book Special offer: 25% off* Student eTextbook

£12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† £12.99 £9.74 1-year: £3.25 + VAT 2-year: £5.20 + VAT 3-year: £7.79 + VAT Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £100 + VAT† Large school: £125 + VAT† Small school: £125 + VAT† Large school: £175 + VAT†

Hindsight magazine (Volume 27, 2016/17) Print magazine (Order an institutional rate subscription and then add any number of associated rate subscriptions) Order Subscription type ISBN Price Institutional rate 9781471857669 £20 Associated rate subscriptions 9781471857669 £10 Student eMagazine Trial Order ISBN Price 9781471887222 £10 + VAT Magazine Archive (September 2009–April 2016) Trial Order ISBN Price 9781471887017 Small school (up to 900 students): £50 + VAT for 1-year subscription Large school (901+ students): £60 + VAT for 1-year subscription Subtotal: Postage and Packing (firm orders only): TOTAL:

Qty

Value

Qty

Value

Qty

Value

£3.50

†A small school is up to 900 students ● A large school is 901+ students. All prices include full access until December 2018.

Methods of payment

Your details:

Cheque

Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms/Other

I enclose a cheque/postal order for

Email**..................................................................................................................

£........................................................................ Please make cheques payable to Bookpoint Ltd.

Name..................................................................

Job Title................................................................................................................. School....................................................................................................................

Invoice

Address.................................................................................................................

Please send to my school/college with invoice

..............................................................................................................................

I enclose my Requisition No. .......................................................................... Credit Card Credit card telephone hotline: 01235 827827 Please quote mailing code 2304211

Post Code............................ Telephone.............................. *Terms and conditions apply. UK and European educational establishments only. Orders must be placed via Bookpoint or www.hoddereducation.co.uk by 31/7/2016. Not valid in conjunction with any other offer. Discount applies to print textbooks only and does not include eBooks, Dynamic Learning, magazines or CPD training. **By giving us your email address you are agreeing to sign up to e-updates. We will not share your details with any other company. For full details of our Data Protection policy please visit www.hoddereducation.co.uk. If you would like to opt out of e-updates please tick this box □

Receive the latest news, free resources and sample material Sign up for History eUpdates at www.hoddereducation.co.uk/eUpdates Mailing Code: 2304211