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A New Focus On...british Social History

A New Focus On…british Social History, C.1920–2000 For Ks3 History: Experiences Of Disability, Sexuality, Gender And Ethnicity

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Take a fresh look at life in 20th century Britain, through the eyes of those whose history has too often been neglected.This is the first time that a school textbook has woven together experiences of disability, the LGBTQ+ community, women and Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people, against the backdrop of key events and changes in this 80-year period.> Add a new dimension to familiar topics. While the Roaring Twenties were in full swing, what were the experiences of disabled ex-servicemen? What opportunities did women have? Structured around topics that are already taught at KS3, this book makes it easy for you to see how and where you can tell a more representative history.> Diversify your KS3 curriculum. Designed to be used flexibly, the enquiries can be slotted into any schemes of work that you follow. Mindful of the time constraints of KS3, the authors have ensured that the book is suitable for self-guided homework tasks – as well as classwork – with accessible language throughout.> Think like a historian. The ‘Making History’ feature shines a light on the work of academics, showing pupils that history is a construction of the past and highlighting the challenges of finding some people in records. Introducing sources and interpretations in this thought-provoking way provides a skills springboard for GCSE and A-level.> Trust the academic seal of approval. The authors have worked with nine historians from the very start of the project, who have reviewed the content to ensure that the historiography is accurate and up to date.—A NEW FOCUS ON…The textbooks that belong in your classroom.The people and stories that belong in your curriculum.Look at topics through a different lens, see the past from many perspectives and question traditional narratives.This exciting series comprises three titles:> British Social History, c.1920-2000> The British Empire, c.1500-present> Black Lives in Britain, c.1500-present