Pearson History 9 Student Book with eBook : 9781488657023

Pearson History 9 Student Book with eBook

Van Tol, David et al
 
Edition
 
1
ISBN
 
9781488657023
ISBN 10
 
1488657025
Published
 
12/10/2012
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
327
Format
 
In stock
 
Title type
Book + Access Code
$67.39
 
 
 
Description

This pack contains 1 copy of Pearson History 9 Student Book and access to the eBook

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The access code will give 15 months access to the eBook from the date of activation.

Pearson History student book for Year 9 ensures you have the Australian Curriculum covered – with all chapters clearly organised into the Overview and Depth Study areas of the History Curriculum. Using an inquiry-based approach, all questions throughout the book are built around Bloom’s revised taxonomy, with a carefully selected blend of text and source material for ultimate accessibility and engagement for all types of learners.


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Table of contents
  1. The Industrial Revolution
  2. Movement of peoples
  3. Progressive ideas and movements
  4. European settlement and Indigenous Australians
  5. Making a nation
  6. Asia and the World
  7. World War I
Features & benefits
Key features of the eBook
  • Available for use online and offline
  • Read the student book with bonus multimedia content.
  • Add, edit, and delete highlights and notes
  • Synchronise state and data across multiple devices even when the user is offline
Features of the Student Book
  • Student-friendly content and layout to engage all students with a mixed media content
  • Content written by teachers for 'classroom ready' guarantee
  • Carefully aligned to meet all requirements from the Australian Curriculum for History
  • Seamless interweaving of the two strands: Historical Knowledge and Understanding and History Skills
  • Content built around the inquiry process
  • Learning activities based on Bloom's hierarchy
  • Emphasis on the use of authentic historical sources throughout
  • Specially commissioned content on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history written by the National Museum of Australia
  • Part of a rich content series, which supports both student and teacher with abundant multimedia materials
Series overview

Pearson History has been specifically developed and written for the Australian Curriculum, by a team of over forty Australian educators. This series uses the inquiry process throughout its content and pedagogy to underpin the study of History, providing full coverage of the two strands of Historical Knowledge and Understanding, and History Skills. Pearson History encourages ‘big picture’ thinking enabling students to make connections with society and cultures both past and present.

Supplement URL
Visit the Pearson History page for further information, order an inspection copy or download samples.
Sample Pages

Preview sample pages of Pearson History 9 Student Book