The Analysing Revolutions series now includes new sources and up-to-date exam-style questions, Interactive Textbooks that bring history to life and a new American Revolution title. These full-colour editions continue to provide the very best support for VCE studies, as students develop a broad and detailed understanding of the process of revolution, and analyse and reflect upon the political, social and economic causes and consequences.
A truly engaging combination of narrative, primary sources, analyses, historians’ interpretations and activities for senior history students.
Analysing 20th Century History Units 1 & 2 helps develop both a broad and detailed understanding of this vibrant and complex period as students analyse and reflect upon the ideologies, conflicts, social and cultural changes and challenges that shaped the twentieth century.
Creating engaged and informed citizens and consumers.
Develops the knowledge, understanding and skills required to participate as active, engaged and informed citizens and consumers within the community, Australia and the world.
Societies, personalities and and historical periods from Egypt, Greece and Rome
Written by expert author Pamela Bradley, The Ancient World Transformed offers an engaging and flexible approach to the NSW Ancient History syllabus. It provides a variety of options and topics for students to develop their learning as they master the knowledge and skills required for success in their HSC exams.
Bundles two comprehensive and compelling series for Years 7-10 that cater for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms, without sacrificing the depth and quality of content needed to successfully understand historical and geographical concepts and skills.
Cities of Vesuvius: Pompeii and Herculaneum Second Edition has been revised and updated to provide even greater support for the core topic of the NSW HSC Ancient History syllabus. Compelling primary sources, exam-style questions and up-to-date information on recent archaeological techniques, technologies, projects and findings are combined in an engaging full-colour layout to provide every student with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed at HSC.
Written by Australia's leading history educators to equip inquiring minds with the knowledge and skills needed to illuminate and enrich their understanding of the past.
History for the Australian Curriculum is a comprehensive and compelling series for Years 7-10 that caters for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms without sacrificing the depth and quality of content needed to successfully understand historical concepts and skills.
Series Editor: Angela Woollacott
Michael Adcock, Margaret Allen, Helen Butler, Stephen Catton, Christopher Cunneen, Raymond Evans, Jenny Gregory, Alison Mackinnon, Judy McPherson, Richard Malone, Stephanie Price, James St. Julian, Luis Siddall, Robert Skinner, Alan Thomas, Nicholas Vlahogiannis, Andrew Walker.
Developing the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalising world.
Cambridge University Press is a leading publisher for the IB Diploma, offering up-to-date resources that draw on an unparalleled level of expertise. Written by specialists for students and teachers of the IB Diploma Programme, our best-selling titles help to inspire, motivate and focus students to success in their education.
Look at key topics in History through a stimulating selection of original documents and other sources.
Cambridge Topics in History encourages students to evaluate primary sources as they develop a greater understanding of key topics in history. Each book contains a wide variety of primary and secondary sources, a full introduction to each topic, narrative and analysis to place the sources in context, and questions to stretch the student's skills in evaluating historical evidence.