Britain since 1930

Stewart Ross

£22Pages65FormatePackISBN978 1 84070 409 9

Balanced coverage of a key area of study

This pack provides pupils with an essential grounding in Britain since 1930. This forms a springboard for open-ended, less structured work within any scheme of work. The text is easy to read and understand, so that pupils can work independently. It highlights and explains new vocabulary and provides activities for assessment.

Full support and guidance

The pack teaches pupils to use sources and to understand the concepts of change and continuity. Teacher's notes and curriculum references are provided.


Time and Changes

  • Measuring Time
  • Change and Continuity

How do we know?

  • Sources
  • Old Money

The Second World War

  • Everybody's War
  • Bombs
  • Keeping Going

Making and Selling

  • Painful Change
  • Who Owns What?
  • Empire and Community
  • New Wealth, New Problems

At Home

  • What we look like
  • Men and Women
  • Going Out and Coming In

Clever Machines

  • The Electric Revolution
  • Getting About
  • The Wonders of Science

Having a Good Time

  • Teenagers
  • Television and the Cinema
  • Sport

Teacher's Notes

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