Oxford Big Ideas History 7 Australian Curriculum Teacher obook assess

Teacher digital licence: For life of edition

Mark Easton, Richard Smith

Oxford Big Ideas History 7 Australian Curriculum Teacher obook assess

Teacher digital licence: For life of edition

Mark Easton, Richard Smith

ISBN:

9780195526523

Binding:

obook code (digital)

Published:

1 Nov 2012

Availability:

Available

Series:

Oxford Big Ideas History

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$343.99 NZD

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Description

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obook provides teachers with access to the Student book together with added extras such as teaching programs, lesson ideas, worksheets, class tests and answers to all activities in the Student book.

assess offers the ability to assign interactive quizzes and tests, gather results, and monitor student performance.

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Contents

Big Ideas History 7: Australian Curriculum

Overview

1.0 The ancient world: An overview

1.1 What is the 'out of Africa' theory?
1.2 How did ancient societies develop?
1.3 What were the key features of ancient societies?
1.4 What are the legacies of ancient societies?

Depth Studies
2.0 Investigating the ancient past?
2.1 How is history investigated?
2.2 What sources are used in a historical investigation?
2.3 What methods are used to investigate the past?
2.4 Why is conservation important?

The Mediterranean world

3.0 Ancient Egypt

3.1 How do geographical features influence human settlements?
3.2 What shaped the role of key groups in ancient societies?
3.3 How do beliefs, values and practices influence lifestyle?
3.4 How do contacts and conflicts change societies?

4.0 Ancient Greece

4.1 How do geographical features influence human settlements?
4.2 What shaped the roles of key groups in ancient societies?
4.3 How do beliefs, values and practices influence lifestyle?
4.5 How do contacts and conflicts change societies?

5.0 Ancient Rome
5.1 How do geographical features influence human settlements?
5.2 What shaped the roles of key groups in ancient societies?
5.3 How do beliefs, values and practices influence lifestyle?
5.4 How do contacts and conflicts change societies?

The Asian world

Ancient India [obook only chapter]

1 How do geographical features influence human settlements?
2 What shaped the roles of key groups in ancient societies?
3 How do beliefs, values and practices influence lifestyle?
4 How do contacts and conflicts change societies?

6.0 Ancient China

6.1 How do geographical features influence human settlements?
6.2 What shapes the roles of key groups in ancient societies?
6.3 How do beliefs, values and practices influence lifestyle?
6.4 How do contacts and conflicts change societies?

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Authors

Mark Easton has taught Geography, History and English for over 20 years and during the last 15 years has been a contributing author to many geography, humanities and atlas titles. In 2010 he joined Oxford as a geography consultant to work on a range of titles and to support the use of these resources in the classroom. Mark continues to teach geography part-time at St Margaret’s School and to develop exciting new classroom resources for Oxford University Press.

Richard Smith
is a history teacher at Melbourne Grammar School. He has worked in government and independent schools for over 35 years in both administrative and teaching roles. Richard is presently the Treasurer of the History Teachers Association of Victoria and is immediate-past president. He chairs the National History Challenge for the History Teachers' Association of Australia of which he is a past vice-president and treasurer. In 2010 Richard was honoured with the presentation of the HTAV award for Outstanding contribution to the teaching and learning of history and to the HTAV.