Year 11 History - Social Change
|Author:||Katherine Stewart & Graham Warburton|
|Series:||Longman Write-on Notes Ser.|
This popular Year 11 History topic covers the impact of women on New Zealand society through their contribution to our health system in the years 1915-1985, and the struggle for Black Civil Rights in the US from 1954 to 1970. The simple text, written by experienced teachers; powerful photographs; and self check question with full answers make this a resource that all Year 11 history students will want to have. Social Change is an affordable study for use in the classroom or at home. Social Change contains the core notes you need for this topic in Year 11 History. Highlight key points, answer the self-check questions and add extra comments from your classwork or textbook in the margin. At the end of the year you will have a unique, personalised summary of the course - ideal for exam revision. Answers for the self-check questions are included, so you can evaluate your own progress. If you want, you can split this book up and store the pages or chapters in a ring binder. Then add extra notes, essays and assignments in between - very handy for revision!