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Welcome to Nelson Cengage Learning New Zealand
Social Studies, Geography, History and Tourism Catalogue
including our resources for 2013/2014.
This catalogue highlights resources from across our
extensive product range - New House (New Zealand),
Nelson Secondary (Australia), Hodder (UK) and Nelson
Thornes (UK).
To help you navigate your way through the catalogue,
please refer to the Education Age/Level comparison chart
on the back cover.
On-approval copies
We are pleased to offer most of our titles to prospective
buyers on approval for 30 days.
Photocopiable books and some electronic products are
not available on approval; however sample pages or a
demo disk may be available upon request.
New House
Geography
NCEA
Skills
for
Level Three
Justin Peat
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Contents
NEW ZEALAND SOCIAL STUDIES
Social Studies Skills Book One ...................................................... 4
Social Studies Skills Book Two ...................................................... 5
Human Rights .............................................................................. 6
Sustainability ................................................................................ 7
Tsunami ........................................................................................ 7
Our Government .......................................................................... 8
Our Treaty .................................................................................... 8
Te Ao O Te Maori ......................................................................... 9
The Tauiwi .................................................................................... 9
They Fought For Us ....................................................................10
NZ Impact Players .......................................................................10
Changing World of Work ..........................................................11
The Big Resource Book of Antartica ...........................................11
The Big Resource Book of The Pacific .........................................11
My Skills Book ............................................................................12
History Skills Tool Kit ..................................................................12
New Zealand Basics 3 and 4 ......................................................12
New Zealand Basics 1 and 2 ......................................................13
Te Mana O Te Tiriti ....................................................................14
Amazonia ...................................................................................14
The American Wild West ...........................................................14
Earth Under Pressure ..................................................................15
Epidemics Through Time ............................................................15
Social Studies Society and Culture .............................................15
NEW ZEALAND GEOGRAPHY
Geography Skills for NCEA Level One ........................................16
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Two ........................................17
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Three ......................................18
Our World ..................................................................................19
Geography on the Edge NCEA Level One ..................................19
Geography on the Edge NCEA Level Two ..................................20
New Zealand Senior Geography Books 1 and 2 .........................21
GEOGRAPHY
Horizons 1, 2 and 3 ...................................................................22
AS/A Level Geography – Skills and Techniques ...........................22
Essential Geographical Skills .......................................................23
Basic Mapwork Skills ..................................................................23
Essential Mapwork Skills ............................................................23
Essential Mapwork Skills 2 .........................................................23
INTERNATIONAL GEOGRAPHY
IGCSE Geography ......................................................................24
Cambridge International AS and A-Level Geography ................24
The New Wider World ...............................................................25
Geography: An Integrated Approach .........................................25
GCSE Geography .......................................................................26
AQA AS/A2 Geography .............................................................26
Access to Geography Series .......................................................27
AS/A2 – Contemporary Case Studies .........................................27
Advanced Topic Masters ............................................................28
National Geographic Learning Readers Series ............................28
A-Z Geography Handbook .........................................................29
Friday Afternoon Geography GCSE & A Level ............................29
Exploring Geography in a Changing World 3 ............................30
A Level Resource Packs ..............................................................30
Key to
catalogue symbols
Email: [email protected]
NZ HISTORY
Big World, Small Country ...........................................................31
NZ History 1: Making Kiwis ........................................................32
NZ History 2: NZ and the World .................................................32
NZ History 3: Inside New Zealand ..............................................32
NZ History for Year 13 NCEA Level 3 Workbook .......................32
History Skills Tool Kit Years 9-13 ................................................33
HISTORY
The Spirit of Change: China & Russia .........................................33
America in Revolution ................................................................33
A United World? ........................................................................33
Hodder History ...........................................................................34
Hodder History: Concepts and Processes ...................................34
Hodder 20th Century History .....................................................35
WWI: From Sarajevo to Versailles ...............................................35
GCSE Modern World History Flash Revise Pocketbook ..............36
GCSE Modern World History .....................................................36
Essential Modern World History .................................................36
GCSE Modern World History for Edexcell ..................................37
The Essential Series ....................................................................37
Cambridge IGCSE Modern World History ..................................38
AQA GCSE Modern World History .............................................38
Edexcel GCSE Modern World History .........................................38
OCR GCSE Modern World History .............................................38
Discovering the Past for GCSE ...................................................39
AQA GCSE History B Textbooks .................................................40
Essential Modern World History .................................................40
GCSE Modern World History Friday Afternoon
Resource Pack ..........................................................................40
Search Me! Revoluations ...........................................................41
Search Me! Philosophy ...............................................................41
Contested Spaces ......................................................................41
Access to History ........................................................................42
Access to History for IB Diploma Series ......................................44
Access to History – History & the Historians ...............................44
Advanced Topic Masters ............................................................45
SHP Advanced History Core Texts ..............................................45
Republic to Reich 1918-1939 .....................................................46
Russia & The Soviet Union ..........................................................46
Power, Prosperity & Promise USA 1898-1941 ............................46
Nelson Connect with History .....................................................47
Enquiring History: French Revolution .........................................48
Enquiring History: Russian Revolution ........................................48
Years of ... ..................................................................................48
ANCIENT HISTORY
Secrets of Vesuvius .....................................................................49
The Near East .............................................................................49
Studies of Ancient Egypt ............................................................49
Unlocking the Past .....................................................................50
Ancient Greece ..........................................................................50
Ancient Rome ............................................................................50
TOURISM
AQA GCSE Leisure & Tourism ....................................................51
GCSE Human Geography: Development & Tourism
Resource Pack ..........................................................................51
Leisure and Tourism Revision Guide ...........................................51
New Zealand titles published by Nelson
Junior (Years 9–10)
Australian titles published by Nelson
Middle (Years 10–11)
United Kingdom
Senior (Years 11–13)
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New Zealand Social Studies
Social Studies Skills Book ONE
Year 9
Ruth Naumann
This cost-effective, innovative, full colour Social Studies workbook
is designed to be used for homework, revision or class-work in New
Zealand Social Studies classes.
Skills units are self-contained and can be approached in any order.
Examples: analysing maps, cartoons, photos; making flow charts,
timelines, problem-solving, paragraph writing, multi-choice questions,
visual information, perspective etc.
Settings are widely used in New Zealand schools. Examples: Human
Rights, Our Economy, Kiwiana, Multiculturalism, Waitangi Day,
Environmental Disasters etc.
Contents
1 Understanding Kiwiana
2 Understanding culture
3 Understanding multiculturism
4 Understanding natural and cultural features
5 Understanding consumer rights and responsibilities
6 Understanding archaeology
7 How to analyse line and column graphs
8 How to analyse a map
9 How to analyse a photo
10 How to analyse an aerial photo
11 How to analyse a cartoon
12 How to analyse a poster
13 How to show location
14 How to locate Asia
15 How to make a flow chart
16 How to make a comic strip
17 How to make a glossary
18 How to make a timeline
19 How to make a star diagram
20 How to answer multi-choice questions
21 Problem-solving
22 Knowing events have causes and effects
23 Knowing primary resources
24 Knowing secondary resources
25 How to sort out fact and opinion
26 Understanding rich and poor countries
27 How to find evidence
28 How to write a paragraph
29 How to identify the main idea and other key ideas
30 How to write a diary entry
31 How to transfer visual information to written information
32 How to compare and contrast
33 Understanding human rights
34 Working out perspective
Index and Skills summary
Social Studies Skills Book One
9780170230766$15.95
Social Studies Skills Teacher Guide CD
9780170239714$49.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
Social Studies Skills Book two
Year 10
Ruth Naumann
This Social Studies Skills workbook:
• is designed to be used for homework, revision or class-work
• has activities designed around selected skills commonly used in the
Social Studies classroom
• has self-contained units that can be approached in any order
• uses settings widely used in New Zealand schools
• provides space for students to present answers to activities which,
when checked and marked, will be a useful resource for later
revision.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
Understanding documents
Interpreting official documents
Interpreting images
Recognising violations
Recognising discrimination
Understanding group decisions and impacts
Where terrorism fits with human rights
Interpreting logos
Linking business and human rights
Teamwork in action
How public opinion polls work
Awareness of entrepreneurship and enterprise
Appreciating Kiwi ingenuity
Looking at the future
Examining resources
Examining statistical data
How to create captions
Honing graph skills
Revising tables and visuals
Understanding future problem-solving
Defining Pacific Rim and Pacific Basin
Revising acronyms and country codes
Understanding globalisation
Recognising culture in action
Keeping up with the growth of sustainability
Linking resources with sustainability
Practising multi-choice and sentence answers
Making sense of headlines
Appreciating cartoons
Considering youth issues
Reviewing your Treaty understanding
Committing to a process
Thinking about conflict
Responding to war resources
Social Studies Skills Book 2
9780170230773$15.95
Contact Us for
Class Set Pricing
Social Studies Skills Teacher Guide CD
9780170239721$49.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
Human rights
Ruth Naumann
In an ideal world a book about human rights would simply deal with
those rights that everybody on the planet enjoys because they are
human. In the real world this book must show how societies have
struggled and still struggle to achieve social justice. Humans are not
perfect and therefore man's inhumanity to man has been evident
throughout history; however, thanks to the efforts of individuals,
groups, institutions and governments, mans humanity to man has also
had a significant impact on people's lives and will continue to do so in
the future.
Understanding past and present societies and considering future
societies through a focus on human rights will help students participate
as critical, active, informed and responsible citizens.
How do people define and seek human rights? How do groups
make decisions that impact on people's lives? How do people
participate individually and collectively in response to community
challenges? Human rights is integral to all the conceptual strands of
the Social Sciences curriculum, and through all levels. Identity, culture,
organisation, place, environment, continuity, change, economic world –
none of these can be examined without reference to human rights.
While Human Rights sits firmly in the Social Studies strands, the concept
of human rights is integral to the New Zealand curriculum. It is intrinsic
in all its values key competencies, principles and learning areas.
This book is accessible to all ability levels, especially Years 9 and 10,
and encourages further research on student-orientated topics. It covers
various settings, perspectives, processes, and essential skills while
bringing into focus essential learning with New Zealand society.
Human Rights Textbook
9780170262378$26.95
Human Rights Teacher Resource
9780170262385$89.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
SUSTAINABILITY
TSUNAMI:
a case study of an extreme
natural event
Ruth Naumann
Ruth Naumann
Sustainability
Teacher Resource
Ruth Naumann
Sustainability is what will save planet Earth and its inhabitants.
Students therefore need to understand and talk with confidence about
issues such as carbon offsetting and virtual reality footprints. They
need to share a vision for a sustainable future and ready themselves for
sustainable living. They need to be part of the new ways of thinking,
perceiving and acting.
In Geography NCEA, the concept of sustainability is integral to the New
Zealand curriculum. It is intrinsic in all its values, key competencies,
principles and learning areas.
Contents
1 What Does Sustainability
Mean?
2 Greenhouse Gases –
Sustainability’s Enemies
3 The Argument About Global
Warming
4 The Carbon Footprint
5 Carbon Offsetting
6 Sustainable Energy
7 Sustainable Transport
8 Overpopulation
9 Environmental Refugees
10 Overconsumption
11 Life Cycle of a Cellphone
12 The Poo Problem
13 Waste, Garbage, Junk, Trash,
Rubbish, Refuse
14 Sustainable Species
15 The Water Footprint
16 Wetlands – Sustainability’s
Friend
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18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Chemical Crunch-Time
The Ecological Footprint
Fishy Issues
Trees – Sustainability’s Main
Mates
Amazon Rainforest – From Tree
Choppers to Tree Huggers
Food Miles
Sustainable Gardening for Food
Softly-Treading Tourists
Sustainable Buildings Aren’t
Sick
Shaking up Cities
Mining Doesn’t Have to be End
of Story
Going Green
China is a Test Case for
Sustainability 1
The Earth Charter
Sustainability Will Save the
Planet
Teacher Resource
This Teacher Resource supports the textbook by containing:
• Comprehensive answers for questions from the textbook
• Powerpoint presentation of key explanations
• Wordfinds and crosswords
• Additional teaching activities (ie. research topics, discussion points etc)
• Key photos and diagrams from the textbook
• Interactive Mix and Match Terminology game
• Weblinks.
Tsunami introduces the idea of Extreme Natural Events and then
moves to focus on tsunamis. After looking at what causes a tsunami,
it examines the 2009 Samoan event. The book also covers how New
Zealand is affected by not only the Samoan event, but the threat of
tsunamis in general.
Year 11 NCEA Level 1 Geography students can use this book for a
more in-depth study of a tsunami as a result of an earthquake. By
investigating the 2009 tsunami in Samoa, students will be able to
demonstrate a geographic understanding of an extreme natural event
and the human response to it.
Contents
1 What is an Extreme Natural
Event?
2 What is a Tsunami?
3 Possible Effects of a Tsunami
4 Tsunamis Around the World
5 Where Samoa is Located
6 Historical Links between Samoa
and New Zealand
7 Modern Links between Samoa
and New Zealand
8 Geographic Links between
Samoa and New Zealand
9 Earthquake near Samoa
10 The Earthquake Generates a
Tsunami
11 Two New Zealand Saviours
12 Killer Waves
13 Immediate Response in Samoa
14 Immediate Effects of the
Tsunami
15 Responses to the Effects of the
Tsunami
16 New Zealand Response
17 Long-term Effects of the
Tsunami on Samoa
18 Immediate Effect of the
Tsunami on New Zealand
19 Does New Zealand really get
Tsunamis?
20 2010 Chile Earthquake
21 Can Humans Protect
Themselves
from Tsunamis?
22 Tofa – Goodbye
23 How To Answer Test/Exam
Questions
Teacher Resource
• Answers to activities in the textbook.
• Worksheets for students (terms, map work, research, partner/group
work etc).
• Answers for worksheets.
• Extra material for NCEA Level 1 Geography.
• Supplementary information (maps, images etc).
Sustainability Textbook
9780170210348$28.50
Tsunami Textbook
9780170189446$26.95
Sustainability Teacher Resource
9780170214087$89.95
Tsunami Teacher Resource CD
9780170189453$89.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
OUR GOVERNMENT
OUR TREATY
William Carruthers
Ruth Naumann
Our Government is a Social Studies book
designed to help young New Zealanders to
develop knowledge and understandings
about people’s organisation in groups, and
the rights, roles and responsibilities of people
as they operate within those groups. It relates
to:
• the acquisition and exercise of leadership
of groups
• groups making decisions that affect
people
• different systems of government
• the impact of government on individuals,
communities and societies.
Curriculum Links
The origins, development, and functions of
systems of government, of voting, and of
democracy at local and national levels is an
Essential Learning area in the Social Sciences
curriculum.
Our Government addresses Identity,
Culture and Organisation. It is about what
government is and what it does, whether that
government is of a small club or of a local
area or of a nation. Although the setting is
mainly New Zealand, other settings are used
for comparison and illustration.
Our Government links into the Processes of
Inquiry, Values exploration and Social decision
making. It aims to encourage voters and
future voters to participate responsibly in
society because of the skills and knowledge
they have acquired.
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Contents
1 Introduction
2 What is Government?
3 Where did our ideas on Government come
from?
4 Was there a system of Government before
Europeans came?
5 What important events helped develop our
system of Government?
6 How to form a Coalition Government.
7 What is the difference between national
and local Government?
8 Where is New Zealand’s Parliament
located?
9 How do you go about voting?
10 How would I go about becoming an MP?
11 How are ideas made into laws?
12 From where does Government get money
and how does Government spending
impact on me?
13 How does our type of Government affect
our lives?
14 How do Government decisions affect our
lives?
15 What other systems of Government exist?
16 How did the Nazi Party rise to power in
Germany?
17 How did the Nazi Party control German
society?
18 What happened if you opposed Nazi ideas?
19 Could there be a dictatorship in New
Zealand?
20 Glossary of Political Terms
Knowledge and understanding of the Treaty
of Waitangi and its implications for New
Zealand society underpins all areas of learning
and investigation.
Such knowledge and understanding is
important at all levels of study.
It has significance for every culture and ethnic
group.
As the founding document of our nation, the
Treaty of Waitangi is inextricably linked to the
past, to the present and to the future.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Waitangi
Land
Meetings
Resources
Changes
New Technology
Justice
Events
Social
Organisation
10 Pakeha
Settlement
11 The Treaty
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
The Signing
Differences
Challenges
War
Kingitanga
Land Again
Raupatu
Resistance
Results
Problem Solving
Waitangi Tribunal
Treaty Today
The Future
Our Government
Our Treaty
9780170182232$26.95
9780170950480$26.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
TE AO O TE MAORI:
THE TAUIWI:
second edition
second edition
Ruth Naumann
Ruth Naumann
Te Ao O Te Maori looks at the first New Zealanders who came in
canoes from an ancestral home somewhere in the Pacific called Hawaiki.
With their oral traditions and their closeness to their ancestors they can
be called ‘Nga Tamariki a Maui’ - the children of Maui.
Later waves of immigrants came to settle in New Zealand in the 19th
and 20th centuries. Many came here from societies where life was
often harsh, especially for the poor and landless. They wanted to better
themselves and they wanted to own land.
New Zealand was very different to Hawaiki. In New Zealand nga
tamariki a Maui had to make many social changes. They had to work out
a partnership with the land which gave them everything they needed to
survive. They came to be the tangata whenua - the people of the land.
Settler groups came from places like China, India, Dalmatia, Bohemia,
Holland, Scandinavia and the Pacific. But most were from Britain.
THE WORLD OF THE MAORI
THE LATER IMMIGRANTS
The social organisation they brought was very different to the ways of
the tangata whenua – the people already here.
To distinguish them form the tangata whenua these later immigrants are
known as the tauiwi – the settler groups of the 19th and 20th centuries.
The impact they have had on New Zealand has been far-reaching.
Shared Curriculum Links
Te Ao O Te Maori and The Tauiwi are part of:
Continuity and Change as it is concerned with an events, experiences
and actions that impacted on the past, are impacting on the present,
and will impact on the future.
Contact Us for Class Set Pricing
Place and Environment as it is concerned with relationships between
people and the environment.
The Economic World as it is concerned with ways in which people take
part in economic activities.
Identity, Culture and Organisation as it is concerned with society and
communities.
Te Ao O Te Maori
9780170182249$26.95
The Tauiwi
9780170182256$26.95
Te O Te Maori and The Tauiwi Teacher (Shared) Resource
9780170185431 $89.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
they fought for us:
Gallipoli, passchendaele, cassino
New Zealand
Impact Players
Ruth Naumann
Ruth Naumann
Gallipoli 1915 is considered one of the most
important events in shaping New Zealand’s
national identity. Of the 8556 New Zealanders
who served on Gallipoli, 2721 died and
4752 were wounded during the 8 month
campaign. The landing of the Anzacs on 25th
April is commemorated in Anzac Day which
has gone on to be a day for honouring the
sacrifices made by New Zealanders in all wars.
Passchendaele 1917 was New Zealand’s
greatest-ever human catastrophe. On 12
October 1917 in just two hours, more than
2800 New Zealand soldiers were killed
or wounded or listed as missing. As the
population of the country was only about
one million, this had a huge national impact.
Passchendaele is also significant for the
Flanders poppy which has become a national
icon and a symbol of remembrance.
Monte Cassino 1944 is considered the
hardest and most bitter struggle of the entire
WW2 Italian campaign. 343 New Zealanders
died. New Zealand infantry fought from
house to house in the devastated town under
constant direct fire from German guns.
Curriculum Links
Gallipoli, Passchendaele and Cassino are
crucial to an understanding of New Zealand’s
development as a nation.
The Social Sciences curriculum demands that
students cover ‘Essential Learning about New
Zealand society (ELANZS)’.
New Zealand Impact Players focuses on
good people who make, or have made, a
difference. These people share determination
and vision that has enabled them to
do extraordinary things such as invent
businesses, products and systems. They have
leapt off the couch and acted.
Each person has tried to help others and
make society better. Whether by doing and
being the best they can, by demonstrating
values such as honesty, hard work,
innovation, respect and cooperation, they
inspire others and become role models. They
are Impact Players, people whose ideas and
actions impact on the lives of others.
This series addresses:
• major events in New Zealand’s history
• the development of New Zealand’s
identity
• the way New Zealand’s identity is
expressed
• current events and issues within New
Zealand
• New Zealand’s participation in significant
international events.
They Fought for Us: Gallipoli
9780170180542$19.95
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They Fought for Us: Passchendaele
9780170180535$19.95
They Fought for Us: Cassino
9780170180559$19.95
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New Zealand Impact Players
9780170180566$26.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
CHANGING WORLD
OF WORK
THE BIG RESOURCE
BOOK OF
ANTARCTICA
THE BIG RESOURCE
BOOK OF THE
PACIFIC
Ruth Naumann
Ruth Naumann
This book takes a closer look at one of New
Zealand’s significant neighbours, Antarctica.
Topics include geographical issues such as
the Pacific Ring of Fire and Tropical Cyclones,
historical issues such as colonisation and
topical issues such as chequebook diplomacy,
conservation in marine reserves and whaling.
Lesley Taylor
The resource books are written to motivate
students at all levels - from high achievers to
those who are struggling with literacy.
Change is sometimes exciting, but sometimes
difficult to understand. This new edition of
The Changing World of Work again traces
how work evolved over earlier times, but then
in new chapters up-dates our understanding
of what is happening to jobs today, and how
current students can prepare for their own
futures.
Careers Advisers and Social Studies teachers
in particular will find this book very helpful
as they assist students explore the changing
work environment in the world outside the
school gates.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Work in Earlier Times
Work in Early New Zealand
Changing Times, Changing Roles
Changing Kinds of Jobs
Changing Technology
Changing with the World
Changing Ways of Working
Future Work
Making Your Own Work
Preparing for Future Work
The books aim to help all students achieve
their potential across all dimensions of
knowledge, skills, attitudes, values
and identity.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Visuals
Locations
Names
Geographical Key Features
Climate
98 Percent of Antarctica is Ice
Glaciers
2 percent of Antarctica is Ice-free
Who Owns Antarctica?
Modern Stations
Great Explorations
The Race for the People
Ernest Shackleton
Douglas Mawson
Huts
Modern Science
Work Today
Transport
Tourism
The Antarctic Peninsula
Deception Island
Mt Erebus
Penguins
Other Antarctic Natives
Climate Change and Antarctica
The Antarctic Ozone Hole
Antarctic Adventures
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
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The Pacific is Huge
Distribution of Islands
Location
Names of Islands
The Pacific Ring of Fire
Types of Islands
Tropical Cyclone
Cyclone Heta
An Historical Issue - Nuclear Testing in the
Pacific
Mysteries of Easter Island
Historical Places in the Pacific
Colonisation and de-colonisation
Tokelau
Political Unrest
The Pacific Forum
Chequebook Diplomacy
Aid
Conservation in Marine Reserves
Fisheries
A Big Issue - Whaling
Examples of Environmental Issues
Rising Sea Levels
Effects of Climate Change and Rising Sea
Levels
Examples of Islands Hit by Climate Change
Environmental Refugees
Ideas in Pacific Society
Examples of Traditions
Food
Craft
Sport
Changing World of Work
The Big Resource Book of Antarctica
The Big Resource Book of the Pacific
9780170180184$26.95
9780170950268$26.95
9780170962698$26.95
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New Zealand Social Studies
My Skills Book
Ruth Naumann
HISTORY SKILLS
TOOL KIT
Years 9-13
Ruth Naumann
NZ Basics 3
My Culture//My
Nation
NZ Basics 4
My WORLD//My
PLANET
Ruth Naumann
A superb introduction to the essential skills
needed by students to succeed in social
studies and geography. The New Zealand
curriculum recognises that all students should
have the opportunity to develop essential
skills.
My Skills Book is a New Zealand write-on
workbook introducing students to the reason
why each skill is important and how to tackle
it. Stimulating practical activities are provided
using up-to-date information. Full answers
are given.
Students with history skills are always in
demand by those hiring in the workforce.
Modern employers want staff who know
how to think and how to prepare, present
and evaluate their thinking. These skills are
contained in the History Skills Tool Kit.
The New Zealand Curriculum recognises that
all students should have the opportunity
to develop such essential skills. As well,
with increased access of students to the
world wide web, there is a need across all
curriculum levels, for students to acquire skills
that enable them to be fast and accurate
researchers and processors of information.
This book presents key skills for such effective
research.
For students going on to begin their NCEA
levels, this book demystifies the terminology
and introduces them to terms such as
evidence, format, style, perspective and
enquiry.
A prerequisite for this is that students have a
basic knowledge of their own country - the
WHEN, WHAT, WHY, WHERE, WHO and
HOW of New Zealand/Aotearoa.
Key Features
• Is 100% user-friendly
• Is accessible to all learner levels
• Allows opportunity for further in-depth
study of a particular topic
• Allows students freedom of choice to use
their own colours on the pages
• Is contained in a workbook that can be
kept by students as a personal record
• Will equip students with the backdrop of
knowledge that links to specific curricula
• Encourages students to use the eight
essential skills
• Specified by the New Zealand Curriculum
for all students across the whole
curriculum throughout their years of
schooling
• Will instil pride in being a citizen of New
Zealand.
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NZ Basics 3 – My Culture//My Nation
9780170950435$13.95
My Skills Book The Social Studies
Geography Tool Kit
History Skills Tool Kit
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9780170950091$14.50
NZ Basics 4 – My World//My Planet
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New Zealand Social Studies
NZ BASICS 1:
My Country, My People
New Edition
NZ BASICS 2:
My History, My People
New Edition
Ruth Naumann
The New Zealand Curriculum’s vision is for young people
who will seize the opportunities offered by new knowledge
and technologies to secure a sustainable social, cultural,
economic, and environmental future for Aotearoa New
Zealand and who will work to create a country in which
Mäori and Päkehä recognise each other as full Treaty
partners, and in which all cultures are valued.
A prerequisite for this is that students have a basic
knowledge of their own country – the WHEN, WHAT, WHY,
WHERE, WHO and HOW of Aotearoa New Zealand.
This series aims to deliver that knowledge in a way that:
• Affirms Aotearoa New Zealand’s unique identity and
environment, bicultural foundations and cultural diversity,
resources and economy
• Is 100 percent user-friendly
• Is accessible to all learner levels
• Allows opportunity for further in-depth study of a
particular topic
• Allows students freedom of choice to use their own
colours on the pages
• Is contained in a workbook that students can keep as a
personal record
• Provides answers to activities for students and busy
teachers
• Will equip students with the backdrop of knowledge that
links to specific curricula
• Will instil pride in being a citizen of Aotearoa New
Zealand.
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Class Set Pricing
NZ Basics 1 – My Country, My People
9780170217798$16.50
NZ Basics 2 – My History, My People
9780170217804$16.50
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New Zealand Social Studies
Te Mana O Te Tiriti:
The Living Treaty
Ruth Naumann, Lyn Harrison &
Te Kaponga Winiata
AMAZONIA:
A SPECIAL PLACE IN THE
WORLD
Warren Johns
THE AMERICAN
WILD WEST:
the causes & effects
of the movement
of people to the
american west
Ruth Naumann
A study of the Treaty of Waitangi and the
issues that have arisen out of it.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
14
Two different ways of living
Goblins and savages
European and Maori law systems
Land – Te whenua
The invitation of 1831
The first flag
Declaration of Independence
Why have a treaty?
The two versions of the Treaty
The moving tides
Heke chops down the flagpole
Te Kingitanga
The fire in the fern
The Treaty after the wars
The Parihaka story
150 years of European laws
A listening post
Recognising differences
The Treaty and myths
The living Treaty
Amazonia is the name of the vast Amazon
Basin around the river Amazon. It is home to
the greatest rainforest on earth – nothing else
in the world is like it. This book is based on
the first-hand experience of the author who
lived for many years with the Jivaro Indians,
photographing and recording his experiences.
Contents
1 Why Amazonia Is So Important
2 Visiting Amazonia Can Be A Matter Of Life
Or Death
3 A Special Environment – Inside The Living
Green Machine
4 Impressions of Amazonia
5 Jungle Life
6 The Indians
7 Social Organisation
8 Food
9 Jungle Gardens Are Special Places
10 Hunting
11 Fishing
12 Using The Jungle Warehouse
13 Mobility
14 The Outside World Came To
Jivaro Territory
15 Changing Work
16 Changing Indian Lives
17 Culture Clash
18 Deforestation in Amazonia
19 Environmental Damage To The Rainforest
20 Differing Attitudes And Values
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
How the West was Won
The Frontier
The Westward Push
Wagons on the Move
Your Trip to Oregon
The Struggle for Survival
The Indians of the West
Plains Indians are Threatened
Different Attitudes Lead to War
Mobility 1 – Transport
Mobility 2 – Communications
The Cowboy
Gunslingers and Lawmen
The Cattle Drives Begin
The Taming of the Wild West
A Western Time Line
Te Mana O Te Tiriti
Amazonia
The American Wild West
9780170950473$26.95
9780170199155$26.95
9780170182997$26.95
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Social Studies
EARTH UNDER
PRESSURE
EPIDEMICS
THROUGH TIME
David Relph
Ruth Naumann
SOCIETY AND
CULTURE:
PRELIMINARY AND HSC
Kate Donnelly, Sarah-Jane Grove, Marshall
Leaver, Felicia Lieberman, Terry Lovat and
Philip Webster
This book looks at environmental problems
affecting the earth and considers what we in
New Zealand can do about them.
The content is both local and global.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
In 1350, Europe was reeling from the greatest
crisis it had ever faced. The plague later
called the Black Death had arrived in 1347
and by 1350, had killed about a third of the
population. Perhaps 25 million people. Its
impact on society was sudden and dramatic.
Contents
Conservation
People, People Everywhere
Living Things Under Pressure
Resources Under Pressure
The Waste Mountain
The Future Of The Earth
Index/glossary
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
Rap on with History
An enquiry into social organisation
How society was organised
Europeans didn’t know of New Zealand
The rat and flea combination
This must be punishment from God
Plague versus the medieval mind
The impact of the disease
Let’s blame the Jews
The Black Death disorganised society
Plague 20th Century style
The great flu epidemic in New Zealand
Resources versus killer diseases
Society and Culture: Preliminary and HSC
is fresh, timely and adaptable. It provides a
close examination of research methodologies
and a detailed framework for completing the
two major projects and also models a variety
of topic options. This text allows teachers
and students to choose their own topics for
enquiry and doesn’t restrict classrooms to
particular studies.
Contents
PRELIMINARY
1 The Social and Cultural World
2 Personal and Social Identity
3 Intercultural Communication
HSC
4 The Personal Interest Project
5 Social and Cultural
Continuity and Change
HSC DEPTH STUDIES
6 Popular Culture
7 Belief Systems
8 Equality and Difference
9 Work and Leisure
Earth Under Pressure
Epidemics Through Time
Society and Culture: Preliminary and
HSC
9780170950220$26.95
9780170216456$26.95
9780170135306$67.95
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New Zealand Geography
GEOGRAPHY SKILLS
FOR NCEA LEVEL ONE
Justin Peat
Contents
Map interpretation and construction
1 Map symbols
2 Locating places: direction and bearing
3 Locating places: six-figure grid references
4 Locating places: latitude and longitude
5 Using scale: calculating distance
6 Using scale: estimating area
7 Showing and interpreting relief
8 Précis map construction
9 Other types of maps
Geography Skills for NCEA Level One is a New
Zealand write-on textbook for students engaged in
programmes of learning that develop geographic
skills. For students preparing for NCEA Level One
Geography, the text provides a concise but authoritative
introduction to the basic geographical skills required
for success in the skills-based external standard
and research internal standard. Geography Skills
for NCEA Level One is an ideal companion to the
previously published Geography on the Edge NCEA
Level One.
Key Features
• A comprehensive skills bank that provides students
with clear and concise explanations of the key
geographical skills listed in the Teaching and
Learning guide for NCEA Geography.
• Guidance on the interpretation of geographical
resources including: maps, photographs, diagrams,
cartoons, images, statistics, keys, graphs, models
and surveys.
• Contemporary learning activities to reinforce key
concepts and skills.
• Step-by-step instructions for the construction of
geographic resources including: sketch and précis
maps, diagrams, models, field sketches and graphs.
• Numerous large and up-to-date topographical maps,
satellite images and photographs.
• Selected answers at the back of the book.
Graph interpretation and construction
10 Bar graphs (single and multiple)
11 Line graphs (single and multiple)
12 Pie charts and percentage bar graphs
13 Scatter graphs
14 Pictographs
15 Climate graphs
16 Population pyramids
Visual image interpretation
17 Photograph interpretation
18 Précis sketches
19 Cartoon interpretation
20 Annotating maps and diagrams
Geographic models
21 Hazard risk model
22 The wind rose
23 Demographic transition model
24 Lee’s migration model
Fieldwork and social skills
25 Interpreting and completing a continuum to show
value positions
26 Conducting questionnaire surveys
27 Field sketches
Putting it all together
28 Unit 1 Rotorua
Unit 2 Christchurch
Geography Skills for NCEA Level One
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New Zealand Geography
GEOGRAPHY SKILLS
FOR NCEA LEVEL TWO
Justin Peat
Contents
Thematic mapping techniques
1 Dot maps
2 Choropleth maps
3 Flow-line maps
4 Proportional symbol maps
5 Isoline maps
Working with topographic maps
6 Direction and bearing
7 Six-figure grid references
8 Fourteen-figure grid references
9 Latitude and longitude
10 Using scale: calculating distance
11 Using scale: estimating area
12 Interpreting relief
13 Précis maps
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Two is a New
Zealand write-on textbook for students engaged in
programmes of learning that develop geographic
skills. For students preparing for NCEA Level Two
Geography, the text provides a concise but authoritative
development of the basic concepts and the more
complex geographical skills required for success in the
research-based external standard and research internal
standard.
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Two builds upon
the basic geographical skills introduced in the previously
published Geography Skills for NCEA Level One.
Key Features
• A comprehensive skills bank that provides students
with clear and concise explanations of the key
geographical skills and concepts prescribed in the
teaching and learning guide for NCEA Geography
• Guidance on the interpretation of geographical
resources including: maps, photographs, diagrams,
cartoons, images, statistics, keys, graphs, models
and surveys
• Contemporary learning activities to reinforce key
concepts and skills
• Step-by-step instructions on the construction of
geographic resources including : sketch and précis
maps, diagrams, models, field sketches, graphs and
tables
• Numerous large and up-to-date topographical maps,
satellite images and photographs
• Selected answers at the back of the book.
Graph interpretation and construction
14 Bar graphs (single and multiple)
15 Line graphs (single and multiple)
16 Pie graphs and percentage bar graphs
17 Scatter graphs
18 Triangular graphs
19 Pictographs
20 Climate graphs
21 Population pyramids
Visual image interpretation
22 Photograph interpretation
23 Précis sketches
24 Cartoon interpretation
Geographic models
25 Models of urban structure
26 Core-frame model
27 The Rostow model
28 Core-periphery model
Numeracy in geography
29 Working with numbers: calculating mean, mode and
range
30 Working with numbers: calculating percentage
change
Putting it all together
Answers to selected activities
Index
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Two
9780170230759$29.95
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New Zealand Geography
GEOGRAPHY SKILLS
FOR NCEA LEVEL Three
Justin Peat
New House
Geography
NCEA
Skills
for
Level Three
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Three is a New
Zealand write-on textbook for students engaged
in programmes of learning that require students to
demonstrate an understanding of environments through
the selection and application of geographic concepts
and skills.
For students preparing for NCEA Level Three Geography
or New Zealand Scholarship Geography, the text
provides a concise but authoritative progression of the
basic concepts and more complex geographical skills
required for success in the concepts and skills-based
external standard (Geography 3.4).
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Three builds
on geographic concepts and skills introduced in the
previously published Geography Skills for NCEA
Level One and Geography Skills for NCEA Level
Two.
Key features
Justin Peat
• A comprehensive skills bank that provides students
with clear and concise explanations of the key
geographical skills and concepts prescribed in the
teaching and learning guide for NCEA Geography
• Guidance on the interpretation, selection and
application of geographical resources including:
maps, photographs, diagrams, cartoons, images,
statistics, keys, graphs, models and surveys
• Concise instructions on the construction of
geographic tools including: sketch and précis
maps, diagrams, model construction, drawing field
sketches, constructing graphs and tables
• Multiple large and up-to-date topographical maps,
satellite images and photographs
• Fourteen theme-based and contemporary learning
activities selected from a variety of settings both
within New Zealand and overseas.
Contents
Introductory Chapters:
1 Recapping Geographic Concepts
2 Geographic Skills Bank
Application Themed Chapters:
1 The New Fossil Fuel Frontiers
2 Urban Heat Islands
3 Tragedy of the Commons
4 The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
5 The Problem with FADS
6 Nuclear Meltdown
7 Life's a Beach
8 Sea Ice Express
9 The Value of Fracking
10 Destination Fiordland
11 Three Gorges Dam
12 Rebuild and Renewal
13 Shanghai Sprawl
Geography Skills for NCEA Level Three
9780170260138
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New Zealand Geography
OUR WORLD:
GEOGRAPHY ON THE EDGE
NCEA LEVEL ONE
GEOGRAPHY CONCEPTS AND
CASE STUDIES FOR NEW
ZEALAND STUDENTS
revised 2nd Edition
Justin Peat, John Lockyer
Martin Newton
Key Features
Our World – Geography Concepts and Case Studies for New
Zealand Students will provide understanding of geography
concepts for students studying for NCEA at Levels 1, 2 and 3 and
also have relevance to students studying Cambridge or IB Geography
programmes.
A wide range of concepts covered including all those referred to in
the Geography Teaching and Learning Guidelines related to the NZ
Curriculum. Each concept is covered through a detailed explanation
and use of illustrative case studies. Text, extracts, diagrams, maps and
photos are woven together in the book. Activities and case studies
are graded in difficulty to cater for the needs of students working at
different levels in the subject.
Key Concepts covered
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Change
Connections
Environments
Interaction
Patterns
Perspectives
Processes
Spatial concepts
Sustainability
Contents
1
2
3
4
Extreme Natural Events
Volcanic Eruptions
Floods
Tropical Cyclones
Teacher Resource Contents
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Answers to Geography on the Edge Learning Activities
Learning Activity Templates
Outline Maps
Revision Activities
Mix and Match Terms & Definition Game
Selected Diagrams from Geography on the Edge
Selected Photographs from Geography on the Edge
Glossary Terms
Teaching & Learning Websites
KLM files
Case Studies: Canterbury Earthquake, Pakistan Floods, NZ Forestry
BONUS:
• New Collections from Extreme Natural Events
• Floods: Pakistan Flood
• Earthquakes: Canterbury, NZ
Geography on the Edge NCEA Level One
9780170221306$45.95
Our World: Geography Concepts & Case Studies
for New Zealand Students
9780170215701$39.95
Email: [email protected]
• Revised to align with the latest changes to NCEA Level 1
• Forestry Environments – introduced as a case study
• Includes the two externally assessed topic-based achievement
standards
• A comprehensive text tailored to meet the requirements of th NCEA
standards alignment
• Focuses on extreme natural events, population concepts and
sustainable resource use
• Introduces students to new geographic ideas such as the
sustainability of populations, resource management, ecological
footprints and the carrying capacity of environments
• Up-to-date case studies are used to reinforce key concepts and link
theory to practice
• Interrelationships between the cultural and natural environment are
emphasised throughout the text.
Phone: 0800 449 725
Geography on the Edge NCEA Level One Teacher Resource CD
9780170185820$99.95
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New Zealand Geography
GEOGRAPHY ON THE EDGE
NCEA LEVEL TWO
Martin Newton, Justin Peat
Geography on the Edge Level 2 focuses on the world
of geography from within New Zealand, in overseas
settings across the globe. The book aims to provide
students with an understanding of the world we live in
today: an understanding of a world in a state of rapid
change and an interconnected world. Geography on the
Edge Level 2 will engage students with the world they
live in, excite and inspire them to look further into the
world of geography.
The book content is related to both externally and
internally assessed achievement standards.
Contents
1 Large Natural Environments: Glaciated South Island
Mountains and High Country
2 Large Natural Environments: Deserts in Australia
3 Urban Patterns: Inside the City
4 Differences in Development: New Zealand
5 Differences in Development: India
6 Contemporary NZ Geographic Issue: Across the Strait
7 Global Scale Topic: Mountains
Teacher Resource Contents
•
•
•
•
•
•
Answers to Geography on the Edge Learning Activities
Learning Activity Templates
Outline Maps
Revision Activities
Mix and Match Terms & Definition Game
Selected Diagrams from Geography on the Edge NCEA
Level 2
• Selected Photographs from Geography on the Edge
NCEA Level 2
• Glossary Terms
• Teaching & Learning Websites
Geography on the Edge NCEA Level Two
97801702233316
Due September 2013$45.95
Geography on the Edge NCEA Level Two
Teacher Resource CD
9780170241922$99.95
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New Zealand Geography
New Zealand Senior
Geography Book 1:
New Zealand Senior
Geography Book 2:
J M Hensman, J R Hensman and P L Coombe
J M Hensman, M Newton, J R Hensman and P L Coombe
Natural Processes is the first book in a major New Zealand series for
Level 8 Geography.
Cultural Processes is the second book in a major New Zealand series
for Year 13 Geography.
Key Features
Key Features
Key definitions in the focusing questions are clarified • New models
are introduced which provide a framework for the focusing questions
• Volcanic, Fluvial and Coastal processes are examined in New Zealand
settings • The approach continues the investigative method established
by the other books in the series. Resources, glossary and activities work
together to provide a framework in which the process of learning is as
important as the end content. In this way the text becomes an active
facilitator of geographic learning • Fieldwork, case study, planning and
decision-making activities are incorporated throughout.
Tourism Development, Industrialisation and Migration are each
examined as a Cultural Process • Each Cultural Process is studied in a
local, national, overseas and global setting • A theoretical framework
is provided for each cultural process • The approach is investigative.
Resources, glossary, index and activities work together to provide a
framework in which the process of learning is as important as the end
content. In this way the text becomes an active facilitator of geographic
learning • The Focusing Questions and Important Geographic ideas of
the new syllabus are introduced, defined and interpreted.
Contents
Contents
Introduction
Tourism Development
Geographic Environment • Natural Processes • Guidelines for Studying a
Geographic Environment • Orakei Basin
Elements and interactions • Tourism in operation • Local spatial
variations • Concentration and dispersal • The impact of tourism
• Changes in tourism
Natural Processes Year 13
cultural Processes Year 13
Volcanic Processes
Elements and interactions • Process Operation • Process Interaction •
Spatial Variations • Distribution of Key Features • Human Modifications
• Issues in geography • Geographic decision-making • Fieldwork
activities for volcanic studies
Industrialisation
Fluvial Processes
Migration
Elements and Interactions • Process Operation • Process Interaction •
Spatial Variations • Distribution of Key Features • Human Modifications
• Issues in geography • Geographic decision-making • Fieldwork
activities for fluvial studies
Elements and interactions • Migration in operation • Local spatial
variations • Concentration and dispersal • The impact of migration
• Changes in migration • Glossary • Index
Elements and interactions • Industrialisation in operation • Local spatial
variations • Concentration and dispersal • The impact of industrialisation
• Changes in industrialization
Coastal Processes
Elements and interactions • Process Operation • Process Interaction
• Spatial Variations • Distribution of Key Features • Human
Modifications • The Muriwai Coastal Environment
Geographic decision-making
Fieldwork activities for coastal studies • Glossary • Index
New Zealand Senior Geography Book 1: Natural Processes
New Zealand Senior Geography Book 2: Cultural Processes
9780170211246$44.95
9780170131667$44.95
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Geography
Horizons 1: Geography 11-14
Horizons 2: Geography 11-14
Horizons 3: Geography 11-14
David Gardner, Roger Knill, John Smith
Horizons fully integrates the strategies of the
Foundation Subjects strand of the Key Stage
3 National Strategy and provides accessible
material for exciting and motivating lessons,
as well as customisable planning support.
AS/A-Level
Geography:
Investigative and
Research Skills
and Techniques
David Redfern, Malcolm Skinner
Key Features
• Activities and worksheets develop
geographical skills and reinforce
knowledge.
• Reviews at the end of each unit
provide opportunities for assessment for
learning.
Units covered in Book 1 include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Making connections
Population
Rivers
Flooding
Economic activity
Exploring the UK and Passport to the
World
Units covered in Book 2 include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Coasts
Settlement
Weather and climate
Viva Espana
Limestone landscapes
Tourism and Passport to the World
Units covered in Book 3 include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tectonics
Development
Comparing countries
Ecosystems
Local actions, global effects
Debating a global issue - Brazil and
Passport to the World.
Horizons 1
9780748790494$45.50
Horizons 2
9780748790500$45.50
Horizons 3
9780748790517$45.50
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The book is aimed at all AS/A-level geography
students. It is divided into two sections. The
first section covers in detail the processes
by which a geographical investigation can
be completed as an independent piece of
work. The second examines the alternative
ways in which fieldwork-based and practical
questions are set by the three major
examination boards in England, and how
they should be answered, with accompanying
examiner’s comments.
The authors, both experienced examiners,
are aware that students find the investigative
process one of the most challenging aspects
of their course. In these pages, they offer a
detailed, step-by-step guide to enable you to
keep on the right track for success.
Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Introduction
The geographical investigation
What is a geographical investigation?
How do the examination boards assess
investigative and practical skills?
Establishing a suitable title for your
investigation
Collecting primary data
Collecting secondary data
Presenting your results
The analysis and interpretation of data
The use of technology
Writing up the report
The written examinations
The AQA specification
The Edexcel specification
The OCR specification
AQA AS/A Level Investigative &
Research Skills & Techniques
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Geography
Essential
Geographical
Skills:
The Complete
Guide text book
BASIC MAPWORK
SKILLS
ESSENTIAL
MAPWORK SKILLS 2
Simon Ross
Simon Ross
Basic Mapwork Skills is specifically written
to support the teaching of geographical skills
at Years 7–9.
Provides 30 brand new case studies, offering
global coverage of key themes, issues and
topical events to develop students’ key
geographical skills.
Darren Christian
The first all-encompassing skills book to meet
the new examination requirements at GCSE
and A level, this authoritative guide provides
full coverage of the geographical skills needed
by students of all abilities on their journey
through the new 14-19 curriculum.
Additional Information
• An essential guide covering the full range
of geographical skills needed at both
GCSE and A Level for all specifications.
• Links to different exam specifications and
level of difficulty are clearly signposted at
the beginning of the section to challenge
students.
• Encourages students to apply their
knowledge and embed assessment
for learning through different practice
activities, examination-type questions and
self- and peer-assessment opportunities.
Basic Mapwork Skills
9780748774098$48.95
Features high quality, high impact maps and
photos, including satellite, aerial, ground
photography and a variety of mapping at
different scales. Extended skills and reference
sections to include key ICT skills and internetbased references.
ESSENTIAL
MAPWORK SKILLS
Simon Ross
Uses a variety of thematic, topographical and
topological maps, as well as accompanying
aerial, ground and satellite photographs to
help develop students’ skills in context.
Essential Geographical Skills:
The Complete Guide
Essential Mapwork Skills
Essential Mapwork Skills 2
9781408503331$48.95
9780748764617$48.95
9780748784363$48.95
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Geography
IGCSE GEOGRAPHY
Garrett Nagle and Paul Guiness
CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL
AS AND A-LEVEL
GEOGRAPHY + CD
Garrett Nagle and Paul Guiness
A key resource for the IGCSE Geography specification, written by
leading and experienced Geography teachers and authors.
This book has been carefully prepared to cover the full curriculum for
the University of Cambridge International Examinations IGCSE course in
Geography.
It is accompanied by a CD-ROM offering invaluable study and
revision support.
Key Features
• Endorsed by CIE, demonstrating quality and fitness for purpose.
• Full-colour throughout, including attractive and informative
photographs and illustrations.
• Written specially for the most recent specification.
• Supported by CD-ROM with invaluable revision and study support.
Contents
Theme 1: Population and settlement
1.1 Population dynamics
1.2 Types of settlement
Theme 2: The natural environment
2.1 Plate tectonics
2.2 Landforms and landscape processes
2.3 Weather, climate and natural vegetation
Theme 3: Economic development and the use of resources
3.1 Agricultural systems
3.2 Industrial systems
3.3 Leisure activities and tourism
3.4 Energy and water resources
3.5 Environmental risks and benefits: resource conservation and
management
Theme 4: Geographical investigation and skills
4.1Mapwork
4.2 Geographical investigations
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9780340975015$71.95
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International A and AS Level Geography has been especially written
for the University of Cambridge International Examinations course for A
and AS Level Geography (9696).
The book covers the core syllabus, including hydrology and fluvial
geomorphology, atmosphere and weather, rocks and weathering,
human population and settlement dynamics. In addition all the human
and physical geography options are covered (tropical, coastal, and
hazardous environments, desert landforms, production and change,
environmental management, global interdependence, and the
management of a tourist destination.
There is a CD included with the text book. This includes interactive tests
(one for each chapter in the book), Revision checklists, a section on
Study Skills and a Glossary. Advice is given on the examination and on
assessment.
The text book has a strong emphasis on geographical skills, including
advice on fieldwork. There is also a geographical skills section which
includes maps from around the world, and covers cartographic and
statistical skills. There is an international focus throughout, and the
examples and case studies are taken from around the world.
Revision Guide
Written specifically for the Cambridge International Curriculum for AS
and A Level.
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Cambridge International AS and A-Level Geography +CD:
Textbook
9781444123166$125.95
Cambridge International AS and A-Level Geography:
Teacher Resource CD
9781444123173$288.50
Cambridge International AS and A-Level Geography:
Revision Guide
9781444181487$44.95
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Geography
THE NEW WIDER WORLD
GEOGRAPHY:
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH
Third Edition
Fourth edition
David Waugh
David Waugh
This best-selling text has been fully revised and updated to match the
latest GCSE and International specification and to include up-to-date
information, recent developments and global issues.
Key Features
• Content revised and updated throughout, to provide latest data,
statistics and examples.
• Expanded to include brand new chapter on Globalisation, including:
effects of globalisation; Millennium Development Goals – poverty,
health, water, food; global links – Fair Trade, industry, spaceshrinking technologies, call centres, Case Study on international
cooperation.
• Over 40 ‘Places’ Key Features, updated throughout, with many new
ones – providing valuable examples in context.
• Updated summaries of key words, skills, ideas and theories in each
chapter; a revised and updated glossary; and updated world map to
locate case studies and places examples.
• Reinforce students’ knowledge through detailed case studies which
provide a context for the topic.
• Exam-style questions for each chapter to provide support for exam
preparation.
• Includes a focus on the comparison between LEDCs and MEDCs.
This new edition provides the same invaluable support for geographical
skills, exam preparation, and the understanding of key concepts and
theories as the previous edition, but has been completely revised and
updated with advice from leading experts to include the latest research.
This comprehensive text offers a flexible resource for the enquiring mind
and encourages discussion and debate, whilst supporting wider reading,
individual enquiry and research.
Key Features
• In-depth descriptions with comprehensive background information
ensure students have a good understanding of the topic
• Comprehensive, global coverage facilitates wider reading and study
around topics
• A design that has been updated to give the text a modern, attractive
appearance
• Support for development of geographical skills and understanding of
key concepts and theories
• Support and guidance for wider reading, individual enquiry and
research through recommended Further Reading in print and online.
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The New Wider World Foundation Second Edition
9780748794607$76.95
Foundation Second Edition Teacher Resource CD-ROM
9780748794614$241.50
Thinking Skills
9780748785179$241.50
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Geography: An Integrated Approach
9781408504079$125.95
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Geography
GCSE Geography
AQA AS/A2 Geography
David Payne, Keith Bartlett, Phil Lab, Judith Canavan,
Simon Ross, Alison Rae, John Rutter
John Smith, Roger Knill, Judith Canavan, Sue Jenkinson,
David Holmes
Geography A focuses on contemporary geographical
issues within the main units of physical and human
geography, including new topics such as globalisation and
tourism. New Edition.
Geography for A-Level will provide engaging and
exciting resources to support all core and optional topics.
Each topic will also help build students’ investigative skills
for use in the fieldwork / skills-based units.
Geography B explores the contemporary themes of
local, national and global importance, raising awareness
of our responsibilities to the environment and the
sustainability of the planet.
• Difficult concepts are explained clearly through full
colour diagrams and photographs.
• Highlighted key words refer to a comprehensive
glossary at the back of the Textbook.
• Promoting independent learning and student selfevaluation, summary questions cover the concepts of
the topic.
• Audio-visual stimuli such as video footage really bring
both physical and human topics to life.
Key Features
• Encourage enquiry-based and personalised learning
with differentiated print and online resources covering
contemporary geographical issues.
• Prepare your students for the Controlled Assessment
tasks with activities and resources to help develop the
research and fieldwork skills required.
• Unpack the specification and teach controlled
assessment with confidence, with our comprehensive
teacher support materials.
AQA GCSE Geography A Foundation Edition
9781408517093$73.50
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AQA GCSE Geography A (New Edition)
9781408517086$73.50
AQA Geography AS Textbook
9780748782581$76.95
AQA GCSE Geography B Textbook
9781408503317$73.50
AQA Geography A2 Textbook
9780748782598$80.50
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Geography
ACCESS TO GEOGRAPHY
SERIES
AS/A2 Geography –
Contemporary case
studies
Various Authors
David Holmes and Sue Warn
These guides are packed with case studies, exam guidance and
geographical and key skills practice for various Geography topics. This
series also gives you and your students the opportunity to look at
important geographical issues beyond the restraints of a core book.
This popular series feature up-to-date case studies on key topics in
senior Geography. Each title opens with an introductory framework that
identifies the relevant key concepts and then follows with a series of
short cases that include succinct analysis of the issues raised.
ACCESS TO GEOGRAPHY
Arid and Semi Arid Environments
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Glacial and Periglacial Environments
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Development
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Superpowers
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Population
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Food and Famine
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Globalisation
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Hazards
9780340846360$42.50
Population and Migration
9781444119824 $46.50
Migration
9780340800317$42.50
The Energy Issue
9781444119831$46.50
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Geography
Advanced Topic Masters
Various Authors
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC
LEARNING READERS SERIES
Various authors
Advanced Topic Masters will enhance student knowledge and
understanding of demanding topics in senior Geography.
Analysis of each topic is illustrated in full colour by case studies,
photographs, charts, tables and diagrams. More complex topics and
explanations are included in inset boxes, and provide opportunities for
more detailed study.
Each Advanced Topic Master features a wide range of activities: some
aim to test knowledge and understanding; others will help students
develop essential skills such as statistical analysis and hypothesis testing;
and others will encourage students to research topics further on the
internet or in the library, or as the basis for fieldwork investigations and
coursework.
A ground-breaking new series that brings learning to life by featuring
compelling images, media and text from National Geographic. Through
this engaging content, students develop a clearer understanding of the
world around them. Published in a variety of subject areas, the National
Geographic Learning Reader Series connects key topics to authentic
examples and can be used in conjunction with most standard texts or
online materials available for your courses. Access to a media-enhanced
eBook is included with each reader.
Green
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Gender Roles
9781133603597$32.95
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Biogeography
9781844896202$46.95
Biological Anthropology
9781133603641$32.95
Rivers
9781844892235$46.95
Archaeology
9781133603634$32.95
Weather and Hazards
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Water
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Globalisation
9781844896400$46.95
Cultural Identity in America
9781133604280$32.95
Arid Environments
9781444108347$46.95
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9781133935278$32.95
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Geography
A-Z
Geography
Handbook
Friday Afternoon Geography
David Rogers, Kate Haslam and Abigail Norman
Fourth Edition
Series editor: Ian Marcousé
Friday Afternoon Geography is packed with fun and engaging revision activities.
The activities have been chosen to allow students to apply their knowledge using a
variety of learning styles, and to review and reinforce their understanding of key terms
and concepts.
Invaluable for students of all preuniversity courses, this handbook
explains key terms with expert advice
from leading authors. Each entry begins
with a clear definition and is followed
by explanations, worked examples
and cross-references where relevant.
This new digital edition includes free
access to a supporting website to make
searching for terms even quicker, and
a free desktop widget to bring concise
definitions instantly to your fingertips.
These enjoyable activities make revision exercises fun and can be used at any point
within a lesson. The pack is fully photocopiable and once the teacher has a set of cards
prepared they can be used over and over with all groups, bringing variety and fun
to any revision session. The free CD also includes all the content from the pack plus
Powerpoint files for front of class teaching. Also included in the pack: a specification
matching chart to allow easy integration into any course, answers, suggested timings
and teaching notes.
• Activities for individual, paired, group or whole class use
• Provides a range of enjoyable and engaging activities to develop learning styles and
reinforce knowledge and understanding of key concepts
• Activities can be used flexibly in revision sessions or throughout the course
• Specification matching chart included.
Key Features
• Explains terms and concepts clearly
for those new to the subject
• Helps students tackle course
assignments with confidence
• Provides focused exam revision with
advice from leading examiners.
A-Z Geography Handbook
Fourth edition
9780340991046$46.95
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Friday Afternoon Geography GCSE Resource Pack and CD
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Friday Afternoon Geography A Level Resource Pack and CD
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Geography
Exploring Geography in a
Changing World 3
AS resource
pack physical
Geography
Simon Ross
David Redfern & Malcolm Skinner
Contents
Weathering and slopes
Exploring Geography in a Changing World 3 is part of a new Key
Stage 3 series designed to present real-life geography to motivate and
stimulate pupils. With challenging content, engaging practical activities
and an emphasis on ‘thinking skills’ pupils can achieve a solid foundation
of knowledge and skills for progression to GCSE. Book 3 addresses global
issues such as population distribution, the contrast between rich and poor
societies and environmental concerns. Opportunities for fieldwork are
provided throughout the course, and pupils relate the content to the real
world through the Issues activities at the end of each chapter.
Topic 1
Topic 2 Topic 3 Topic 4 Topic 5 • Challenging content for real-life geography
• Aimed at middle- to high-achieving pupils
• Each year of the course is focused on a different scale, from the local
environment and the UK in Year 7, Europe in Year 8 and the global
environment in Year 9.
• Key geographical themes are explored and revisited throughout the
course
• Each theme concludes with an issues-based decision-making task,
relating the content pupils have covered to the real world
• Full coverage of the new national curriculum.
Coasts
Weathering
Slopes Hydrology
The hydrological cycle
Runoff
Fluvial processes and landforms
Ecosystems
Topic 6 The nature of ecosystems
Topic 7 Plant succession
Topic 8 Coastal processes and landforms
Topic 9 Coastal management and planning
Atmosphere
Topic 10 The atmospheric system: global and
local scales
Topic 11 Weather patterns in the British Isles.
Contents
Introduction
Chapter 1: Development Issues
Chapter 2: Weather and Climate
Chapter 3: Global Tectonics
Chapter 4: Global Ecosystems
Chapter 5: People of the World
Chapter 6: Global Cities
Chapter 7: Global Food and Farming
Chapter 8: Managing Resources
Chapter 9: Tourism
Chapter 10: Global Environmental Issues
Glossary
Index
Exploring Geography in a Changing World 3
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AS Physical Geography Resource Pack
9780860032830$360.50
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New Zealand History
Big World, Small Country: The 20th Century and
New Zealand’s Place In It
first Edition
Graeme Ball
Big World, Small Country is a richly illustrated textbook, aimed
at NCEA Level 1 and 2, that focuses on the major political, military,
economic and social events of the 20th century. The book begins
with a timeline of the 20th century and a ‘status report’ as at the year
1900, in order to provide an overarching context for what follows.
Subsequent chapters cover the major developments in the 20th century,
in which New Zealanders were involved or which, due to their global
significance, had an impact on New Zealand, even if indirectly. Where
New Zealanders were involved in global events, their observations and
experiences are included.
Big World, Small Country provides rich grounds for discussion, along
with activities that explore and develop content understanding, key
ideas, predictive reading, values, perspectives and historical empathy.
Anecdotes, such as the fact that New Zealand boxer Clarrie Gordon was
perhaps the only person to have punched Hitler and survived, help bring
history alive.
Students are also challenged to consider the reliability and usefulness of
sources, including the textbook itself.
Contents
Introduction
Timeline of the 20th Century
1 The 20th Century World: An
Overview
An overview of the 20th
century
2 New Zealand @1900: ‘For
King and Country’
Britain, America, the Pacific
and Australia
3 Race Relations in New
Zealand to World War Two
Email: [email protected]
Government policies • Maori
leadership: inside, outside or
alongside the Pakeha system?
• The colonisation experience
in Australia and America
4 World War One, 1914 - 1918
Background • The Western
Front forms • The Gallipoli
Campaign • The Western Front
• The Middle East Campaign •
‘Home Front’ • Remembering
the war
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5 Socialism versus Capitalism
New Zealand workers’
revolution?
6 The Russian Revolution, 1900
- 1939
Background • Revolution • The
Bolsheviks in power • The rise
and rule of Stalin
7 From World War One to
World War Two
Treaty of Versailles and
its aftermath • The Great
Depression and the rise of
aggressor nations
8 World War Two, 1939 - 1945
War in Western Europe • New
Zealand’s War, overseas and at
home • War in Eastern Europe
• War in Asia and the Pacific
9 The Rise of Nazi Germany
From Autocracy to Democracy:
Weimar Germany • The Nazis:
gaining and keeping control •
The Holocaust
10 Israel-Palestine
Background • Zionism •
Creation of the State of Israel
• War and Israeli occupation •
Palestinian response
11 The Islamic world
Background • Islam in the 20th
century: ‘secular nationalism’
or the umma? • Islam and the
West
12 The Post-World War Two
World: Decolonisation; the
Pacific; Race Relations in
New Zealand
Decolonisation: Case study –
India • Rise of consumerism
• Rise of the teenager • New
Zealand and its music • New
Zealand, the Commonwealth
and the United Nations • The
Pacific: Case study – Tonga
• Immigration and its issues
• New Zealand and Asia •
Maori and the search for mana
motuhake • Waitangi Tribunal
13 Cold War
A new world order • Crises
in Berlin • Western military
alliances – ANZUS and SEATO
• The death of Stalin: ‘socialism
with a human face’ • The
Korean War – New Zealand’s
role • Communists everywhere!
McCarthyism in America •
The Cuban Missile Crisis •
Détente: the Cold War thaws briefly • Momentous changes:
perestroika, glasnost and the
end of the Cold War • New
Zealand and the Cold War •
Vietnam War • Nuclear issues
14 China: From the Manchus to
Mao and Beyond
New Zealand and China •
Background: China’s troubles
• The rise of Mao Zedong •
The war against Japan, and the
communist revolution • The
problem of being in power:
revolutionary campaigns • The
death of Mao and a new era:
Deng Xiaoping
15 Changes: Discrimination,
the Role of Women, and
Economics
The struggle for civil rights in
the US • Influence of the Cold
War and African decolonisation
• The struggle for civil rights
in South Africa • South Africa
and America: the struggle
compared • New Zealand’s
sporting contact with South
Africa • The changing role
of women in New Zealand
• Economic changes in New
Zealand
Bibliography
Acknowledgements
Index
Big World, Small Country
The 20th Century and New Zealand’s Place In It
9780170217125$59.95
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New Zealand History
NZ History 1:
Making Kiwis
Greatest Hits of
20th Century
New Zealand
NZ History 2:
NZ and the
World
INSIDE
NEW ZEALAND:
The Search for
Security in the
20th Century
MAORI-PAKEHA
RACE RELATIONS
IN THE 20TH
CENTURY
Graeme Ball
Graeme Ball
Graeme Ball
This book presents the most
significant parts of the main Year
11 History New Zealand topics,
1900-2000, plus sometimes
neglected areas of our country’s
development.
Key Features
• Maori-Pakeha relations
• The Depression and the first
Labour Government
• New Zealand’s involvement in
the two world wars
• The Waitangi Tribunal
• New Zealand in the world
after 1945
• Two revolutions: Rogernomics
and the changing role of
women
• The shaping of New Zealand
identity.
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NZ History
FOR YEAR
13 NCEA
LEVEL THREE
WORKBOOK
Kirsty Gillion
Key Features
Key Features
• Development of New
Zealand’s Foreign Policy
• Cold War
• Commonwealth and United
Nations
– 1953-54 Royal Tour
– Korean War and other
peace-keeping operations
• South East Asia - ANZAM,
SEATO and ANZUS
• Sporting Links with South
Africa
• The Pacific – Decolonisation,
immigration, aid and the
Pacific Forum
• Nuclear Issues – Nuclear
testing, nuclear ship visits, the
end of ANZUS, and a NuclearFree South Pacific.
This text covers all the
requirements for the MaoriPakeha Race Relations, 1912-1980
topic (as the prescription stood at
the time of writing), but has been
updated to cover issues up to the
year 2000. Coverage includes:
NZ History 1 – Making
Kiwis
NZ History 2 – NZ and The
World
9780170217767$29.50
9780170197496$29.50
• A brief 19th century
background to Maori-Pakeha
relations
• Government social and land
policy up to WWII
• Maori leadership: inside,
outside or alongside the
Pakeha system
• The Depression, first Labour
Government and involvement
in WWII
• Post-WWII issues: two worlds
meet
• Post-WWII issues: Government
policies and Maori responses
• Maori activism in the 1970s
and 1980s: land and the
Treaty
• The Waitangi Tribunal.
NZ History 3 – Inside NZ
9780170178815$29.50
This write-on workbook has been
designed to support AS90656
Analyse and evaluate evidence in
historical sources.
The sources in the book are of
varying degrees of difficulty
and students are encouraged
to analyse the source and its
bibliographical details before
attempting the longer NCEA-style
questions.
Each source also has additional
questions to encourage students
to “read around” the source.
The workbook also
contains:
• A comprehensive analysis on
how to effectively answer the
exam questions
• Advice on how to write good
essays
• A list of key words to use in
good essays
• An example of an annotated
essay with an excellence
grade.
New Zealand History for
Year 13 NCEA Level Three
Workbook
9780170950282 $25.95
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History
HISTORY SKILLS
TOOL KIT
Years 9-13
Ruth Naumann
THE SPIRIT OF
America in
CHANGE: China Revolution
in Revolution
and Russia in
John Cantwell
Revolution
A UNITED
WORLD?
David Hamper
Margot Morcombe and
Mark Fielding
Students with history skills are
always in demand by those
hiring in the workforce. Modern
employers want staff who know
how to think and how to prepare,
present and evaluate their
thinking. These skills are contained
in this book.
The New Zealand Curriculum
recognizes that all students should
have the opportunity to develop
such essential skills. As well, with
increased access of students
to the world wide web, there
is a need across all curriculum
levels, for students to acquire
skills that enable them to be fast
and accurate researchers and
processors of information. This
book presents key skills for such
effective research.
For students going on to begin
their NCEA levels, this book
demystifies the terminology
and introduces them to terms
such as evidence, format, style,
perspective and enquiry.
America in Revolution is written
for the VCE Revolutions Study
Design. It is a detailed narrative of
the key events of the revolutionary
period, introducing students to
the major ideas, movements and
personalities of the time.
The Spirit of Change: China in
Revolution and The Spirit of
Change: Russia in Revolution
are an inquiry-based study for
senior students.
Key Features
• Comprehensive coverage
of the Chinese and Russian
revolutions
• An essay on the nature of
revolutions introducing readers
to the current discourse
about revolutions, their
characteristics and causes
• Additional narrative text that
places sources within an
historical framework
• A broad selection of questions,
activities and discussion points
• A diverse presentation of visual
sources
• An extensive range of primary
and secondary sources, some
previously inaccessible
• Conflicting sources to prompt
students to evaluate the
issues and draw their own
conclusions.
Key Features
• Detailed coverage of the topic
allows students to study key
themes and issues in depth
• Extensive and varied primary
and secondary source material
to encourage analytical and
interpretive skills
• Biographies of all the key
personalities of the period
• Stimulating visual reference
material to complement the
text and source documents
• Activities and reflection
questions at the end of each
chapter for prompt analysis.
Contents
1 Native North America
2 European exploration,
settlement and conflict
1492–1754
3 Pre-revolutionary society in the
mid-18th century
4 Rising tensions 1760–1773
5 Taking sides 1774–1776
6 The Revolutionary War
1776–1783
7 Creating a nation 1783–1789
Afterword
A United World? is a valuable
senior text for students
studying any of the subjects
that focus on international
relations and the United Nations
(History, Geography, Legal and
International Studies). This unique
book covers the latest geopolitical
developments in a clear, accessible
style.
Key Features
• Up-to-date, topical content
from a highly respected author
• Flexible resource that can be
used for a variety of different
subjects
• Includes document studies,
case studies, personality
profiles and key point
summaries
• Content enhanced by
numerous visual references,
including photographs,
illustrations and maps.
Contents
1 History and Structure of the
United Nations
2 Organisations of the United
Nations
3 International Treaties and
Agreements
4 Australia and the United
Nations and Peacekeeping
Operations
5 Future of the United Nations
The Spirit of Change:
China in Revolution
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History Skills Toolkit
9780170950091 $14.50
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America in Revolution
9780074714102 $69.50
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History
Hodder History
John D Clare, Neil DeMarco, Douglas R Featonby, Chris Hodgson, Phil Ingram, Tim Leadbeater and
Martyn Whittock
Hodder History:
Concepts and
Processes
John D Clare
This bestselling series allows you to create a course tailored to your needs and those of your pupils,
providing opportunities both to examine the big picture and to investigate particular topics in
more depth.
Key Features
• Contains story-based activities and imaginative historical investigations
• Offers essential overviews that are reinforced through active enquiries
• Some titles accompanied by Foundation Editions that allow lower-ability pupils access to the
series, with key words explained and clear objectives.
Topic books that are perfect for slotting into
your existing Key Stage 3 scheme of work.
Packed full of stimulating photos, sources,
illustrations and activities, the concepts and
processes outlined in the Programme of
Study underpin the delivery of the content,
helping pupils to develop their knowledge,
understanding and skills.
Hodder History
The Roman Empire Mainstream Edition
9780340846858$41.95
Islamic Empires 600–1650 Mainstream
Edition
9780340812006 $41.50
The Native Peoples of North America
Mainstream Edition
9780340803301$41.50
Conflict, People and Power: Medieval
Britain 1066–1500 Mainstream Edition
9780340730454 $42.50
Crown & Country: Britain 1500–1750
Mainstream Edition
9780340753446$42.50
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New Worlds for Old: Britain 1750–1900
Mainstream Edition
9780340747490 $39.95
The French Revolution 1789–1794
Mainstream Edition
9780340789506$41.50
The Black Peoples of America
Mainstream Edition
9780340790342$41.50
The Holocaust
9780340799796$39.95
Hodder History Concepts And
Processes
The Slave Trade
9780340957707$42.95
Braveheart
9780340957714$42.95
A Nation of Immigrants?
9780340957721$42.95
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History
Hodder 20th
Century History
World War I: From Sarajevo to
Versailles
THIRD Edition
John D Clare, Neil DeMarco, Douglas R
FeJohn D Clare, John F Aylett, Neil DeMarco,
Peter Martin, Richard Radway and Michael
Scott-Bauman
Ken Webb
World War I: From Sarajevo to Versailles: this third edition has full-colour design and has been
updated throughout. In particular, there is an expanded exam section, which covers the new exam
requirements. For the first time, a NelsonNetBook version of the text is available, as an alternative
or addition to the printed book.
Key Features
The lively narrative and excellent written
and visual sources promote a strong
understanding and sound exam skills, whilst
the differentiated Foundation Editions
(available for some titles) for D–G students
use a lower language level for maximum
clarity, and are perfect for use alongside the
Mainstream Editions in mixed-ability classes.
Hodder 20th Century History
Germany 1918–45, Second Edition
9780340814772$41.95
South Africa
9780340658598$41.95
The Cold War and After
Second Edition
9780340814796$41.95
The Great War Second Edition
9780340814192$41.50
•
•
•
•
•
Closely follows the HSC study design
Unique photos and text sources
Clear, colour maps and detailed timelines
A new chapter dedicated to exam assistance
Study guide sheets cross-reference to the chapters on the website
Contents
Part One: War on the Western Front
1 Reasons for the stalemate on the Western
Front
2 Nature of trench warfare
3 Life in the trenches
4 Attempts to break the stalemate
5 Changing attitudes of Allied and German
soldiers to the war
Part Two: The Home Fronts in Britain and
Germany
6 Total War
7 Recruitment, conscription, censorship and
propaganda in Britain
8 Recruitment, conscription, censorship and
propaganda in Germany
9 Changing attitudes to the war in Britain
and Germany
10 The impact of the war on women’s lives
and experiences in Britain
Part Three: Turning Points
11 Impact of the entry of the USA
12 Impact of the Russian withdrawal
13 Ludendorff’s Spring Offensive
14 The Allied Counteroffensive
Part Four: Allied Victory
15 End of the war: reasons for the Allied
victory and German collapse
16 The roles and differing goals of
Clemenceau, Lloyd George and Wilson
17 Treaty of Versailles
Part Five: Examination Technique
18 Answering questions on the Core in the
HSC
The Second World War Second Edition
9780340814215$41.95
Vietnam 1939–75 Second Edition
9780340814758$41.95
World War 1: From Sarajevo to
Versailles
Conflict in the Middle East: Israel and
the Arabs Second Edition
9780340929346$42.95
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0800 449 725
9780170215688$78.50
Fax: 0800 442 104
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History
GCSE Modern
World History
Flash Revise
Pocketbook
GCSE Modern
World History
Second Edition
Essential
Modern World
History
Ben Walsh
John Pallister, Simon Oakes and Andy Palmer
This bestselling textbook for GCSE Modern
World History is the first choice for every
specification, including IGCSE combining clear
narrative and meaningful tasks.
This award-winning textbook at entry-level
for students covers the heartland of modern
world history, including World War I, Nazi
Germany, International Relations between
1919 and 1939, World War II, and the Cold
War. Written for GCSE for all examination
boards and IGCSE.
Hugh Jebson
Flash Revise Pocketbooks are ideal for
quick revision.
The 400 questions are set out under the
following sections:
• The causes and outbreak of the First
World War
• The peace treaties, 1918–23
• The search for peace and stability,
1920–39
• The collapse of international order by
1939
• The origins of the Cold War, 1945–55
• The Cuban Missile Crisis
• The Vietnam War
• Soviet control over Eastern Europe,
1948–89
• The end of the Cold War
• Terrorism since 1969
• The Iraq War
Containing questions, activities and focus
tasks, the text supports exam preparation and
helps students to become more independent
learners.
The Teacher’s Resource Book includes
structured support for every major task in
the Student’s Book and provides enhanced
opportunities for the use of ICT.
Contents
1 The causes of the First World War
2 Britain and the First World War –
1914-1918
3 British depth study 1906-1918
4 The peace treaties after the First World
War
5 Russia and the USSR 1905-1941
6 Germany 1918-1945
7 The USA 1919-1941 the League of
Nations
8 Causes of the Second World War the
world at war 1939-1945
9 The beginnings of the Cold War –
1945-1948
10 The Cold War 1950-1973
11 The USA 1941-1980
12 Eastern Europe, detente and the end of
the Cold War, 1948-1968.
Teacher’s Resource Book includes structured
support for every major task in the Student’s
Book
Contents
1 Britain and the Great War
2 Britain 1906-18 / Part 1: The Liberal
reforms / Part 2: Votes for women
3 Part 3: The home front in the first world
war
4 Making peace 1919-23
5 Keeping the peace in the 1920s
6 Democracy to Destruction: Weimar and
Nazi Germany 1918-45
7 Part 1: Was the Weimar Republic doomed
from the start?
8 Part 2: The rise of the Nazis: How did
Germans feel about the Nazis in the
1920s?
9 Part 3: How effectively did the Nazis
control Germany?
10 Part 4: Life in Nazi Germany
11 The Road to War
12 Britain in the Second World War
13 Part 1: The military war
14 Part 2: The Home Front / The Coming of
the Cold War 1945-49
15 Cold War – Hot War 1950-72
16 The Fall of the Wall: Soviet control of
Eastern Europe 1953-89?
GCSE Modern World History Second
Edition
9780719577130$75.50
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GCSE Modern World History Flash
Revise Pocketbook
GCSE Modern World History Teacher’s
Resource Book
9781444109108$17.95
9780719577147$234.50
Essential Modern World History
9780719577154$64.95
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History
GCSE MODERN WORLD
HISTORy FOR EDEXCEL
The Essential Series
Dale Banham, Ian Coulson, Christopher Culpin, Ian Dawson, Dave
Martin, Ann Moore, Ben Walsh and Nigel Watt
Steve Waugh and John Wright
An innovative series focusing on the essential content and skills needed
for exam success in SHP GCSE History. Ideal for mixed-ability teaching.
Student’s Books focus on the content that forms the basis of the most
popular examination questions and provide engaging tasks that build
students’ confidence and understanding. The varied learning styles
make the resources suitable for all abilities.
GCSE Modern World History for Edexcel has been developed to
enable students to achieve the highest possible grades through:
• Outlining key lines of enquiry
• Full coverage of the content requirements of the specification
• Model answers, exam-style questions and exam tips to aid exam
preparation
• Dedicated support with assessment
• A variety of activities to motivate all students and develop their
knowledge and understanding of the period.
Teacher’s Resource Books offer practical advice on using the Student’s
Books, provide help with lesson planning, and include differentiated
worksheets for the main tasks.
Key Features
• Provide engaging tasks that build students’ confidence and
understanding
• Varied learning styles make the resources suitable for all abilities
• Include Exam Busters (each tackling one area of the content and one
aspect of the exam) that help build effective exam preparation into
everyday teaching throughout the course.
War and the Transformation of British Society 1903–1928
9780340984369$46.95
War and the Transformation of British Society 1931–1951
9780340984352$46.95
Vietnam 1960–75
9781444109528$46.95
Germany 1918–1939
9780340984383$46.95
Russia 1917–1939
9780340984406$46.95
The USA 1919–1941
9780340984413$46.95
Peace and War: International Relations
1900–1939
9781444138207$46.95
Essential Germany 1918–1945 Textbook
9780719577536$50.50
Essential Germany 1918–1945 Teacher Resource Book
9780719577543$180.50
Peace and War: International Relations 1945–1991
9780340984390$46.95
Essential Medicine and Health Through Time Textbook
9780719585371$50.50
A Divided Union? The USA 1945–1970
9780340984376$46.95
Essential The American West 1840–1895 Textbook
9780719577550$50.50
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0800 449 725
Fax: 0800 442 104
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History
Cambridge IGCSE
Modern World
History
AQA GCSE
Modern World
History
OCR GCSE
Modern World
History
Ben Walsh, Michael Scott-Baumann
Ben Walsh
Ben Walsh
This new edition of Ben Walsh’s best-selling
GCSE Modern World History provides
a comprehensive textbook for Cambridge
IGCSE History covering the 20th Century
content and developing the necessary skills.
AQA GCSE Modern World History
9780340981818 $75.50
AQA GCSE Modern World History
Revision Guide
$28.95
9780340992227 An OCR specific edition of the best selling
textbook for GCSE Modern World History. It
comprehensively covers the new specification
for 2009 onwards and provides a winning
combination that will meet the needs of all
students.
It provides a winning combination of features
that will meet the needs of all students:
AQA GCSE Modern World History
Revision Teachers Book and CD-ROM
9780340986691 $306.50
OCR GCSE Modern World History
9780340981832 $75.50
• Clear, engaging and provocative author
text which brings the 20th Century period
to life and summarises complicated history
clearly without being simplistic
• Focus Tasks which steadily deepen
students’ understanding of the content
(exactly targeting each focus point of the
20th Century part of the syllabus) while
progressively building their history skills
• Original and relevant source material written and visual - all of which is used
for historical investigation not just for
illustration
• Exam Focus and Revision Tips help
students acquire both the necessary
content knowledge and the essential
conceptual understanding
• State-of-the-art online digital resources
delivered in the Dynamic Learning
environment provide extensive ICT-based
activities for all key topics which will help
refine students’ historical thinking and
focus their revision.
edexcel GCSE
Modern World
History
OCR GCSE Modern World History
Revision Guide
9780340992203 $29.95
OCR GCSE Modern World History
Teachers Book and CD-ROM
9780340986677 $360.50
Ben Walsh, Christopher Culpin
Edexcel GCSE Modern World History
9780340981825$75.50
Edexcel GCSE Modern World History
Revision Guide
$29.95
9780340992210 Cambridge IGCSE Modern World
History
9781444164428 Due Sept. 2013$69.95
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Edexcel GCSE Modern World History
Teachers Book and CD-ROM
9780340986684 $305.50
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History
Discovering the Past
for GCSE
Christopher Culpin, Terry Fiehn, Greg Hetherton, Greg Lacey, Rik Mills,
Maggie Samuelson, Keith Shephard, and Carol White
These comprehensive, authoritative and engaging course books from
the Schools History Project cover the content and assessment objectives
of all GCSE Modern World History and SHP specifications as well as
IGCSE.
Key Features
• Source-based, enquiry-led analysis of specification content
• Clear and compelling narrative provides comprehensive explanations
• Carefully crafted learning activities cover the key ideas needed for
exam success.
Britain and the Great War
9780719573477$57.50
Germany 1918–1945
9780719570599$57.50
Russia and the USSR 1905–1941
9780719552557$57.50
Russia and the USSR 1905–1941 Teacher’s Resource Book
9780719552564 $216.50
South Africa since 1948
9780719574764$57.50
The USA between the Wars 1919–1941
9780719552595$57.50
Britain 1815–1851
9780719574788$61.50
Elizabethan England
9780719574740$61.50
The American West 1840–1895
9780719551819$57.50
The Struggle for Peace in Northern Ireland
9780719574726 $57.50
Crime and Punishment Through Time
9780719552618$61.50
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0800 449 725
Fax: 0800 442 104
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History
AQA GCSE
History B
tEXTBooks
Jim McCabe, David Ferriby, Tony
Hewitt and Alan Mendum
Key Features
• The best possible exam
preparation with online
and printed assessment
materials including exam-style
questions, specimen answers
and tips from examiners.
• Prepare your students for
the Controlled Assessment
tasks with a blend of print
and online resources to help
develop the evaluation and
research skills required.
Essential
Modern
World
History
GCSE Modern World
History Friday Afternoon
Resource Pack
Steve Waugh
Steven Waugh, Aaron Wilkes
Key Features
• It provides a clear, openpage design with carefully
controlled
• Language levels to allow
easy access and success to
all students across the ability
range.
• Teacher notes and engaging activities on all key topics
• Plus a ‘revision journey’ so students can track their progress
• An accompanying CD-ROM that contain all the content in the pack
in PDF and Word format
• Plus extra content including visual topic summaries, PowerPoints and
MP3 podcasts
Contents
Part 1: Core Content: Aspects of International Relations, 1919–2005
Section A: The Inter-War years 1919–1939
Section B: The Cold War, 1945–1975
Part 2:
Studies in Depth
Depth Study 11: Germany, 1918–1945
Depth Study 12: Russia, 1905–1941
Depth Study 13: The USA, 1919–1941
Depth Study 15: Causes and events of the First World War, 1890–
1918
Depth Study 17: USA 1945–1975
Part 3: British Depth Studies
British Depth Study, 1890–1918
British Depth Study, 1939–1975
GCSE History B
Textbooks
Unit 1 – International
Relations in the 20th
Century
9781408503010 $45.50
Unit 2 – Twentieth Century
Depth Studies
9781408503218 $45.50
Unit 3 – Historical Enquiry
9781408503225 $38.50
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Essential Modern World
History
Photocopiable ring binder
(plus free CD-ROM with PowerPoints)
9780748760060$87.50
9781444109085 $299.95
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History
Search me!
Revolutions
Contested Spaces
Search me!
Philosophy
Discover all of the great content available
at your library right here. Search for any
term or phrase in thousands of articles from
magazines, journals and encyclopedias.
Search me! Revolutions is a fast and
convenient resource that provides you with
24-hour access to full-text articles from
hundreds of scholarly and popular journals,
e-books, and newspapers. The Revolutions
database contains a wealth of material
related to the subject of the French, Russian,
American or Chinese revolutions; all are
qualified sources and have citations attached
that you can use. This resource for senior
secondary students has been created by
Gale – Cengage Learning Australia from their
vast range of encyclopaedias and access to
approved journals.
Justin Briggs, Ian J Bickerton, Maria Hill,
Thomas Cantwell, Alan Pollock, David
McKinlay and John Cantwell
Search me! Philosophy is a fast and
convenient resource that provides you with
24-hour access to full-text articles from
hundreds of scholarly and popular journals,
e-books, and newspapers. The Philosophy
database contains a wealth of encyclopaedic
and journal articles related to the subject
of philosophy; all are qualified sources and
have citations attached that you can use.
This resource for senior secondary students
has been created by Gale – Cengage
Learning Australia from their vast range
of encyclopaedias and access to approved
journals. You can use the contents with
confidence.
Conflict in Europe 1935–1945 examines
the events, personalities and dominant
ideologies of this tumultuous decade. The
text includes in-depth profiles of Bernard
Law Montgomery, Eleanor Roosevelt and
Woodrow Wilson and Key Features a case
study on Appeasement for Extension History.
The Cold War offers comprehensive
coverage of the events and issues arising
from the fall of Berlin in 1945 to the collapse
of Soviet communism in 1991. Includes a
detailed profile of Mikhail Gorbachev.
The Arab-Israeli Conflict looks at the
events that led to the establishment of Israel
in 1948 and the resulting conflict. Includes a
detailed profile of Yasser Arafat.
Conflict in Indochina provides a
comprehensive account of Vietnam’s struggle
for independence, from the mythological
origins of its people to the end of the Second
Indochina War. Includes a detailed profile on
Ho Chi Minh.
Conflict in the Pacific 1937–1951 is an
excellent resource for the study of Japanese
aggression and Allied retaliation in the Pacific
region, from the Japanese attack on China
in 1937 to the Allied occupation of Japan
after the dropping of the atomic bombs on
Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945. Includes
detailed profiles of Emperor Hirohito and
Douglas MacArthur.
Conflict in Europe 1935–1945
9780170197977$62.95
The Cold War
9780170197922$62.95
The Arab–Israeli Conflict, Revised
Edition
9780170197953$62.95
Conflict in Indochina, Revised Edition
9780170197946$62.95
Search Me! Revolutions
9780170240727$38.50
Email: [email protected]
Search Me! Philosophy
9780170240765$38.50
Phone: 0800 449 725
Fax: 0800 442 104
Conflict in the Pacific, Revised Edition
9780170197960$62.95
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History
Access to History
Series Editors: Keith Randell, Michael Lynch and Robert Pearce
Authoritative, engaging and exam-focused content. Access to History
is the most popular, trusted and wide-ranging series for Advanced level
history students.
Key Features
• Contains authoritative, engaging and accessible content that takes
the material and the student seriously
• Key Features comprehensive coverage of the current AS and A level
specifications
• Includes exam-style questions and tips written by examiners for each
specification to help students achieve exam success
• Is written by experts in their field
• Some titles in the series have been written specifically for the OCR A,
OCR B, Edexcel and AQA specifications
• Free exam support
• The Access to History series is accompanied by Access to History
Online 2, a free website that provides additional resources, examiner
tips and exam-board specific content.
Britain
The War of the Roses and Henry VII: Britain 1450–1509
9781444110074$42.50
Henry VIII to Mary I 1509–58
9780340965924$42.50
OCR A Historical Themes: Rebellion and Disorder under the
Tudors
9780340983713$42.50
Change and Protest 1536–88: Mid–Tudor Crises?
Fourth Edition
9780340986776$46.95
Disorder and Rebellion in Tudor England
9780340781432 $42.50
Elizabeth I: Meeting the challenge: England 1541–1603
Third Edition
9780340965931$42.50
Elizabeth I – Religion and Foreign Affairs Second Edition
9780340846896$42.50
The Early Stuarts
9780340575109$42.50
The British Empire 1815–1914
9780340593769$42.50
Great Britain and the Irish Question 1798–1921 Third Edition
9780340889015 $42.50
Votes for Women Third Edition
9780340926857$42.50
Britain and the American Colonies 1740–89
9780340965962 $42.50
Britain and India 1845–1947
9780340965979$42.50
100 Years Studies : Britain
An Introduction to Tudor England 1485–1603
9780340683880$63.95
An Introduction to Stuart Britain 1610–1714
9780340737446 $63.50
France
France in Revolution Fourth Edition
9780340965856$42.50
Napoleon, France and Europe Third Edition
9780340986769$42.50
Germany
The Unification of Germany 1815–1919 Third Edition
9780340929292$42.50
Weimar and the Rise of Nazi Germany 1918–1933 Third Edition
$42.50
9780340888957 Democracy and Dictatorship in Germany 1919–63
9780340965825$42.50
Hitler, Appeasement and the Road to War Second Edition
9780340929285 42
$42.50
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History
From Second Reich to Third Reich: Germany 1918–45
9780340965818$42.50
Germany: The Third Reich 1933–1945
9780340888940$42.50
Anti–Semitism and the Holocaust Second Edition
9780340984963$42.50
Italy
The Unification of Italy Third Edition
9780340907016 $42.50
Russia
Reaction and Revolution: Russia 1894–1924 Third Edition
9780340885895$42.50
Stalin’s Russia 1924–53 Fourth Edition
9780340965894$42.50
America
Britain and the American Colonies 1740–89
9780340965962
$42.50
Race Relations in the USA 1863–1980 Third Edition
9780340907054$42.50
USA and the Cold War 1945–63 Second Edition
9780340846872$42.50
Civil Rights in the USA 1945–68
9780340965832$42.50
USA and Vietnam 1945–75 Third Edition
9780340929308$42.50
The USA in Asia 1945–1975
9781444110098$42.50
China
China – From Empire to People’s Republic 1900–49 Second
Edition
9781444110128$46.95
The People’s Republic of China 1949–1976 Second Edition
9780340929278$42.50
International Relations
Rivalry and Accord – International Relations 1870–1914 Second
Edition
9780340804315$42.50
War and Peace: International Relations 1878–1941 Third
Edition
9780340990148$42.50
The First World War 1914–1918
9780340743034$42.50
Europe at War 1939–45
9780340869253$42.50
Europe and the Cold War 1945-1991 Second Edition
9780340907009$42.50
Middle East
Crisis in the Middle East: Israel and the Arab States 1945–2007
9780340966587 Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0800 449 725
Fax: 0800 442 104
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$42.50
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History
Access to History FOR THE IB
DIPLOMA Series
Access to History:
History and the
Historians
Various Authors
This series has taken the clarity, accessibility,
reliability and in-depth analysis of the bestselling Access to History series and tailormade it for the History IB Diploma. Each
title in the series supports a specific topic
in the IB History guide through content
coverage and examination guidance, helping
students develop a good knowledge and
understanding of the required content
alongside the skills they need to do well.
Peacemaking, Peacekeeping –
International Relations 1918–36
9781444156324$50.50
John Warren
A lively introduction to the writers of history
from Classical times to present day. The
author bears in mind the needs of students
by offering a framework for evaluating
historians’ work and providing extracts from
their writings. He also discusses the value
of history in its widest sense, including such
issues as the distortion of history and its use
for political ends.
The Cold War and the Americas
1945–1981
9781444156591$50.50
The Great Depression and the
Americas 1929–39
9781444156539$50.50
United States Civil War: Causes,
Course and Effects 1840–77
9781444156508$50.50
Causes, Practices and Effects of Wars
9781444156416$61.50
Civil Rights and the Social Movements
in the Americas
9781444156621$50.50
Communism in Crises 1976–89
9781444156386$46.95
Origins and Development of
Authoritarian and Single Party States
9781444156447$61.50
Arab/Israeli Conflict 1945–79
9781444156355$46.95
The Cold War
9781444156478$61.50
Second World War and the Americas
1933–45
9781444156560$50.50
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Access to History: History and the
Historians
9780340679913$42.50
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History
Advanced Topic
Masters
SHP Advanced History
Core Texts
Nicolas Kinloch and Seán Lang
Ian Dawson
Written by experienced teachers, authors and examiners,
Advanced Topic Masters take students beyond the
basic textbooks to explore the key questions and debates
surrounding the topic, helping them to analyse, interpret and
evaluate the material presented.
This series uses varied learning approaches to offer in-depth
content coverage of the most popular AS and A2 options.
Key words are highlighted and then defined in a glossary, and
students can test their understanding using the questions
at the end of each chapter. Each book concludes with
descriptions of three period illustrations and a timeline, as well
as the glossary and a bibliography.
Key Features
• Stretch and challenge their understanding of more complex
historical topics
• Apply key AS and A2 skills to analyse, interpret and
evaluate material.
Key Features
• Provides clear and penetrating narrative, to give students a
deep insight into the issues of the period Offers accessible
and comprehensive analysis of historical debates
• Contains a wide range of activities and Key Features, to
promote analysis and understanding
• Key Features carefully designed tasks that address the
requirements of the AS and A2 examination questions
• Provides revision strategies and structured content
summaries, to ensure students are thoroughly prepared for
their exam
• Includes a ‘focus route’ specifically designed for
independent learners, which allows them to make notes on
all the important topics.
Tudor England
The Early Tudors: England 1485–1558
9780719574849$71.95
The Reign of Elizabeth: England 1558–1603
9780719574863$71.95
17th -Century Britain England 1625–1660: Charles I,
The Civil War and Cromwell
9780719577475$71.95
Tsarist Russia
Russia under Tsarism and Communism 1881–1953
Second Edition
9781444124231$79.95
Italy
Nazi Foreign Policy, 1933–39
9781844896394 Email: [email protected]
Phone: 0800 449 725
$46.95
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Fascist Italy
9780719573415$71.95
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History
Republic to
Reich:
A History of
Germany 1918–1939
Russia and the
Soviet Union:
Autocracy to
Dictatorship
Third Edition
Power,
Prosperity and
Promise:
A History of the
USA 1898–1941
Thomas Cantwell and Jan Brady
Justin Briggs
K.J. Mason and Philip Fielden
Written for the revised Stage 6 Modern
History syllabus, it includes in-depth
analysis of events and historical debates
during the Weimar Republic, as well
as the rise of the Nazi party, Nazism
in power and Nazi foreign policy. The
text incorporates many sources and
previously unpublished images.
Key Features
• Now available in digital
NelsonNetBook format
• Focus on events and debates during
the Weimar Republic period
• In-depth personality profiles of Leni
Riefenstahl and Albert Speer
• Thematic overviews with changes
and continuities across 1918–1939
for themes such as culture, women,
racism and more
• HSC-style exam and review
questions
• Details of important historical
debates and the differing
interpretations of various historians.
46
Russia and the Soviet Union:
Autocracy to Dictatorship addresses
the HSC National Study ‘Russia and the
Soviet Union 1917–1941’ by examining
the events, ideology and personalities
of Russia and the Soviet Union during
this intense period of social and political
upheaval. The major issues and events
are examined from all perspectives
to provide your students with the
opportunity to analyse, interpret and
develop their understanding of the
topic.
Key Features
• Uses an extensive range of
sources and case studies, with a
focus on historiography, to help
stimulate students’ empathy and
understanding
• Essay scaffolds.
Power, Prosperity and Promise has
been written for the New South Wales
Stage 6 Modern History syllabus but
is an excellent source for any study of
USA history from the creation of the
empire in 1898 to the protection of the
empire in 1941. The text incorporates
many sources, images and websites
to encourage students to analyse key
issues, while the clear narrative style
covers features, events, groups and
concepts in adequate depth to fully
complete study requirements.
Key Features
• Presentation of the important
historical debates and historians’
differing views of the period
• Links to specially selected websites
and activities to encourage online
literacy skills
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• In-depth personality profiles of
J Edgar Hoover and William
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History
Nelson Connect
with history
Vicki Greer, Robyn Bowman, Jan Brady, Kate
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Elizabeth Morgan, Margaret Pagone, Lisa Phillips,
Tom Ryan, Merredith Southee, Carmel Young, Josie
Monro, Roz Stephens, Denita Symons, Nick Ewbank
and Stephanie Price
Contents
Nelson Connect with History 9
Nelson Connect with History 7
1 Overview: The making of the
modern world 1750–1918
1 Overview: Early human
societies and the ancient
world
A The Ancient world
2 Investigating the ancient past
B
3
4
5
The Mediterranean world
Ancient Egypt
Ancient Greece
Ancient Rome
C The Asian world
6 Ancient China
7 Ancient India
Nelson Connect with History 8
1 Overview: From the ancient to
the modern world 650–1750
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world
2 The Vikings 790–1066
3 Medieval Europe 590–1500
4 The Ottoman Empire 1299–
1683
5 Renaissance Italy 1400–1600
B
6
7
8
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The Asia-Pacific world
The Khmer Empire 802–1327
Shogunate Japan 794–1867
Polynesian expansion across
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C Expanding contacts
9 Mongol expansion 1206–1368
10 Spanish conquest of the
Americas 1492–1592
11 The Black Death in Asia,
Europe and Africa (14th
Century)
A Making a better world?
2 Progressive ideas and
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Egalitarianism
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1750–1914
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1750–1901
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6 Japan and the world 1750–
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7 Making a nation 1750–1918
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8 World War I 1914–1918
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1 Overview: The Modern World
and Australia 1918 to the
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A World War II 1939–45
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6 Migration experiences 1945
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History
ENQUIRING
HISTORY:
THE FRENCH
REVOLUTION
ENQUIRING
HISTORY:
RUSSIAN
REVOLUTION
Dave Martin
Christopher Culpin
This book covers the turbulent history
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Years of …
David Evans, Jane Jenkins, John Laver,
John Lotherington and Robert Wolfson
Written by leading examiners and
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Enquiring History: The French
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Ancient History
Secrets of
Vesuvius
Unlocking the
sources from
Pompeii and
Herculaneum
The Near East
Studies in
Ancient Egypt
Helen Hindmarsh and Cathy Harnack
Third Edition
Jennifer Lawless, Kate Cameron and Gary
Kenworthy
Kate Cameron and Jennifer Lawless
This beautiful HSC Ancient History book
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Persia, including the strands for Societies
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include Sennerachib and Xerxes.
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Contents
1 Setting the scene
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3 Life in Pompeii and Herculaneum from
the evidence
4 The archaeology of Pompeii and
Herculaneum: Investigating and
reconstructing the past
5 Pompeii and Herculaneum today
• A full-colour, easy-to-read student
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• Meaningful, stimulating source-based
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Anciet History
Unlocking the ANCIENT
Past
GREECE
Preliminary
FOR SENIOR
Studies in the
STUDENTS
Ancient World
SECOnd Edition
ANCIENT ROME
FOR SENIOR
STUDENTS
Dr Glenn Davies
Robyn Bowman
Jennifer Lawless, Kate Cameron and
Carmel Young
Key Features
Contents
Introduction: The Roles of the
Historian and Archaeologist in
Investigating the Past
1 The work of the historian
2 The work of the archaeologist
3 Who owns the past?
Case Studies
4
5
6
7
Ancient human remains
Archaeology of Aboriginal Australia
Can the Sphinx be saved?
Schliemann and the treasure from
Troy
8 Boudicca: Resistance to Roman rule
9 The Oxus Treasure
10 The Entombed Warriors of Xian
• Research skills and argument
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1
2
3
4
5
Archaeology of ancient Greece
Changes in Athenian government
Athenian Empire
Greek architecture and sculpture
Relationships in ancient Greece
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Contents
1
2
3
4
5
Republican Rome
Lives of people in ancient Rome
Roman Emperors of first century AD
Roman genius
Study of beliefs in ancient Rome
Each chapter covers a key skill: writing
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analytical essay in test conditions,
writing a feature article and preparing a
multi-modal presentation.
Ancient Societies, Sites and Sources
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
Deir el Medina
Persepolis
Thera
Vergina
The Colosseum
Pliny the Younger
Angkor Complex
Unlocking the Past: Preliminary
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Second edition
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Ancient Greece for Senior
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Ancient Rome for Senior
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Stephen Rickerby
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Leisure and Tourism Destinations
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