History in Progress: Pupil Book 1 (1066-1603) by Rosemary Rees
This book can inspire every pupil to succeed in History at Key Stage 3. "History in Progress" features clearly differentiated tasks that are designed to support and encourage well-structured progression in readers of all ability levels, promoting students to take ownership of their learning. This book targets pupils of all levels with accessible information and stimulating images to motivate them and boost confidence, as well as open ended tasks which offer a greater challenge to more able students. It includes exciting and engaging material that supports key themes from the new Programme of Study. It links past to present, capturing pupils' imagination and brings lessons to life. Key Skills are taught via the Skills Bank, which provides targeted progression across KS3 in preparation of GCSE.This book encourages readers to make connections, reinforcing chronological understanding and enabling pupils to form links between events, countries and time periods. A clear focus is made on chronology and a greater balance of British, European, and World History, to increase the relevance of the subject to the current generation of pupils.