Create a stimulating, well-paced instructing path throughout the 2016 GCSE background specification utilizing this tailored sequence that pulls on a legacy of market-leading historical past textbooks and the person topic specialisms of the writer workforce to motivate scholar good fortune. - inspire your scholars to deepen their topic wisdom via an enticing and thought-provoking narrative that makes ancient techniques obtainable and fascinating to modern day freshmen - Embed innovative talents improvement in each lesson with conscientiously designed concentration projects that inspire scholars to query, examine and interpret key themes - Take scholars' historic realizing to the following point by utilizing a wealth of unique modern resource fabric to motivate wider mirrored image on various classes - support your scholars in achieving their capability at GCSE with revision suggestions and perform questions geared in the direction of the replaced overview version, plus necessary suggestion to help examination practise - hopefully navigate the hot AQA specification utilizing the specialist perception of skilled authors and academics with studying event approximately this e-book Norman England is an authoritative textbook for the hot AQA British intensity learn: Norman England 1066-1100. It covers: half One: Conquest and keep an eye on - motives of conquest: Why did the Normans invade and overcome England? - The conflict of Hastings: Why did William win the conflict of Hastings in 1066? - setting up regulate: How did William care for rebellions and begin to take keep watch over of the rustic? half : Taking inventory - Feudalism: How used to be the rustic organised lower than the Feudal procedure? - Domesday ebook: Why was once the Domesday survey compiled & what may be learnt from it? - The Medieval Village: What used to be practical for usual humans? half 3: The Normans and Monasticism - The Church: To what volume did William swap the English Church? - Monasticism: How did monasteries swap after the Norman conquest? Norman England is written by means of the Helena Clarke who has taught historical past at Wilmslow highschool for 10 years and can be workforce chief for GCSE heritage for a huge awarding physique.

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