South Africa 1948-1995 PDF ePub eBook

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South Africa 1948-1995 free pdf An examination of South Africa between 1948 and 1995. It is designed for students studying South Africa as part of a Schools History Project syllabus or a modern history syllabus with any of the GCSE boards, at S Grade, or for IGCSE. The book takes all the Schools History Project classroom strategies and blends them into a style appropriate for the study of this period. The book combines: narrative providing comprehensive explanation of the core content- structured tasks which build conceptual understanding of the dilemmas facing South Africa through this period, and the reasons for their different responses- and source investigations which tackle major issues of historical interpretation and develop students' source handling and interpretative skills. With a major line of enquiry for the whole book being that of the issue of human rights, and with chapters that look squarely at the issues of racism, armed and peaceful resistance to apartheid, democratic change and the work of "The Truth and Reconciliation Commission", the work also relates to Citizenship Education under the National Curriculm.

About Christopher Culpin

Chris Culpin is former Director of the Schools History Project and an experienced teacher and author.

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Author : Christopher Culpin
Publisher : Hodder Murray
Data Published : 26 April 2000
ISBN : 0719574765
EAN : 9780719574764
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 144 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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