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Skills in History: Book 3 Revolutions

by Paul Shuter

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This is the teacher's set accompanying the second of a three-book course. It introduces pupils to the historical skills and concepts needed for GCSE work. Skills covered include evaluation, recall and cross-referencing, and concepts include evidence, causation and chronology.

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