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OCR Medicine and Health Through Time: An SHP Development Study By Dale Banham

OCR Medicine and Health Through Time: An SHP Development Study by Dale Banham

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Summary

Help your students learn more effectively with SHP's active learning approach to GCSE History.

OCR Medicine and Health Through Time: An SHP Development Study Summary

OCR Medicine and Health Through Time: An SHP Development Study by Dale Banham

Updated for the revised specification for teaching start 2013, first exam Summer 2015.

Help your students learn more effectively with SHP's active learning approach to GCSE History.

SHP Smarter History is a comprehensive series of books covering all the Schools History Project GCSE specifications.

They combine:
- complete coverage of the specification content
- step-by-step coaching in exam skills

all tackled through SHP's active learning, enquiry-based approach, which makes lesson planning easy, and helps ensure varied pace throughout the course -- essential to keep your students motivated over a long period.

These books put the fun back into teaching and learning at GCSE but without any compromise -- they still help students achieve the highest grades.

At every relevant stage through the book the 'Exam Buster' features help blend exam preparation with historical learning so that by the end of the course students understand not only the period and its issues but also how they will be expected to think and write about this for the examination.

This is the best of both worlds from the experts who know what good teaching is about and also know what the SHP specifications are all about.

OCR Medicine and Health

This title is a course book for students taking the OCR Medicine Development Study. The textbook covers all the relevant requirements of the Development Study and the Public Health Source Investigation for Paper 2.

Support:
- a comprehensive Teacher's Resource Book provides lesson plans and worksheets
- SHP training programme - a national conference plus regional inset -- to support you as you introduce this course in your school
- Dynamic Learning resources are available which provide digital activities for the whiteboard or computer network.

OCR Medicine and Health Through Time: An SHP Development Study Reviews

As the co-author of Heinemann's OCR GCSE Medicine text book, I would like to send my congratulations to the authors of the Hodder publication. Activities are engaging and accessible and the book is very pleasing visually. It is heartening to see a number of newer sources and the approach to exam preparation through 'Exam Busters'. I believe both books need to be used by schools if they want complete coverage of all units in the specification.

This book will be a welcome addition to the stock of history departments across Britain.

* Bill Marriott, a senior examiner with a major awarding body *

I absolutely love this book. I was fortunate to receive a copy as soon as it was published and I am really glad I did. The graphics are great and engaging, the lay out is clear and logical. The exam technique advice is very student friendly and the way in which the activities reflect 'active learning' principles is faultless.

I have used many SHP resources in the past but this is the best yet. Check it out!!!

* M M Wilkins, Amazon *

About Dale Banham

Peter Smith, OCR Team Leader; Teacher at Farlingaye High School, Woodbridge, Suffolk.

Dale Banham is a Deputy Head teacher in Ipswich having previously been Humanities Adviser in Suffolk. He has been a long term adviser and author for the Schools History Project.

Ian Dawson is Publications Director of the Schools History Project and creator of www.thinkinghistory.co.uk.

Table of Contents

Key features of Smarter History Section 1 The Big Story of Medicine and Health through time - what do you think happened when? Smarter Revision: Living graph Section 2 Why was Ancient Medicine so significant when they didn't even know what made people sick? 2.1 What kinds of medicine were prehistoric peoples good at - and not so good at? 2.2 Did the Egyptians develop any important new medical ideas? 2.3 Did the Greek doctor Hippocrates completely change medicine? 2.4 Did the Romans just steal the Greeks' ideas? 2.5 Review: Why was ancient medicine so significant when people didn't even know what made them sick? Medical Moments in Time: Roman Londinium, AD200 Smarter Revision: Memory map Smarter Revision: 'Role of the Individual' chart Smarter Revision: Digital camera Smarter Revision: Factors chart Meet the Examiner: Introducing Development Study questions Meet the Examiner: Answering 'describe' questions Section 3 Why didn't medicine improve during the Middle Ages? 3.1 Why couldn't people stop the Black Death? 3.2 The Big Story of medicine in the Middle Ages? 3.3 Why didn't medicine improve in the Middle Ages? Part 1 3.4 Why didn't medicine improve? A half-time team talk 3.5 Why didn't medicine improve in the Middle Ages? Part 2 Medical Moments in Time: London, 1347 Smarter Revision: Factors chart Meet the Examiner: Answering 'factor' questions Meet the Examiner: Historical Source Investigations: Topic - The Black Death Meet the Examiner: Using sources: 'inference' and 'cross-reference': Topic - Medieval Public Health Section 4 Why was the Medical Renaissance important when it didn't make anyone healthier? 4.1 What was re-born in the medical Renaissance? 4.2 What did people discover during the medical Renaissance? 4.3 Did new discoveries help the sick? Medical Moments in Time: London, 1665 Meet the Examiner: Evaluating change within a period Smarter Revision: Concept map Meet the Examiner: Evaluating sources: Topic - Quack Doctors Section 5 Medicine in 1800: on the brink of progress 5.1 Why hadn't life expectancy improved by the 1750s? 5.2 What does the story of Jenner and vaccination tell us about medicine in 1800? 5.3 When and why did life expectancy improve after 1800? Meet the Examiner: Evaluating change and continuity across periods Meet the Examiner: Reaching overall judgements using sources and your own knowledge: Topic - Jenner and vaccination Medical Moments in Time: London, 1848 Medical Moments in Time: London, 1935 Section 6 Fighting disease after 1800: Which medical hero deserves the statue of honour? 6.1 Who were the key people in the fight against killer diseases? Meet the Examiner: Improve your time planning on Development Study questions Meet the Examiner: Tackling iceberg questions Meet the Examiner: Improve your time planning for your Source Investigation exam: Topic - Penicillin Section 7 Public Health after 1800: When did it finally improve - and why? 7.1 How bad was public health in the early 1800s? 7.2 Why wasn't anything done to protect people's health in the early 1800s? 7.3 Why did public health eventually improve in the later 1800s? 7.4 Why did public health improve further in the twentieth century? Meet the Examiner: Practise your skills at using sources: Topic - Nineteenth-Century Public Health Meet the Examiner: Evaluating the significance of factors Meet the Examiner: Evaluating the significance of events Section 8 Why has surgery improved so much since 1800? 8.1 Opposition to changes in surgery: Did surgeons really want the sick to suffer? 8.2 Why has surgery improved so much since 1900? Meet the Examiner: Practise your skills at using sources: Topic - Nineteenth-Century Surgery Meet the Examiner: Answering 'Are you surprised by...?' questions Meet the Examiner: Improve that answer! Smarter Revision: Freeze-framed photos Section 9 Did Florence Nightingale revolutionise hospitals single-handed? Meet the Examiner: Practise for your Historical Source Investigation exam: Topic - Hospitals Section 10 Conclusions 10.1 What do we owe our lives to? 10.2 The road to Bacteria-ville - using road maps to revise key themes 10.3 What was so special about each period of medical history? 10.4 How did the factors affect the development of medicine? 10.5 Which factors were most influential? 10.6 Which individuals were most significant? 10.7 Into the future? Meet the Examiner: Evaluating the importance of factors over time Medical terms Index

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GOR001966439
9780340985069
0340985062
OCR Medicine and Health Through Time: An SHP Development Study by Dale Banham
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Hodder Education
2009-09-25
216
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