Oxford Humanities Victorian Curriculum 7-10 Second Edition

Geraldine Carrodus, Mark Easton, Maggy Saldais, et al.

Oxford Humanities 7–10 Victorian Curriculum provides complete coverage of the Geography, History, Economics & Business and Civics & Citizenship curricula in a comprehensive print and digital learning package.

This new edition has been updated to feature an explicit focus on the development and mastery of key Humanities skills and concepts, providing students of all abilities with a scaffolded pathway to success in Senior Humanities subjects.

Featuring the most up-to-date data and information, the series offers topic-based units of work and enhanced digital resources that support differentiation in mixed-ability classrooms.

Shortlist, Student Resource – Junior – English/Humanities/Languages/Arts/Technologies/Health and Physical Education
Resource type
Student Resource
Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
January 2022
9780190330873, 9780190330897, 9780190330903, 9780190330941, 9780190330965, 9780190330972, 9780190331016, 9780190331030, 9780190331047, 9780190331085, 9780190331108, 9780190331115

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