Paperback History in close-up : the age of discovery / Audrey M. Hodge.
Publication year: 2011
Publisher: Newtownards : Colourpoint Books,
Resource type: Physical
ISBN: 1906578435 9781906578435 (pbk.)
CONTENTS -- -- Unit 1 - Sixteenth Century Europe & The World, Unit 2 - Reformation and Luther, Unit 3 - The English Reformation, Unit 4 - Religious Change in England, Unit 5 - Elizabethan England, Unit 6 - Sailors and Explorers, Unit 7 - Rivalries in Europe, Unit 8 - Mary Queen of Scots, Unit 9 - Mary and Elizabeth I, Unit 10 - England and Spain, Unit 11 - Sir Francis Drake: Case Study, Unit 12 - Philip II, Unit 13 - The Armada's Voyage, Unit 14 - Ireland and the Armada Colonisation, Unit 15 - What is a Colony?, Unit 16 - Roanoke: Case Study, Unit 17 - The American Colonies, Unit 18 - Ireland and Early Plantations, Unit 19 - The Ulster Plantation, Unit 20 - The London Companies: Case Study, Unit 21 - Omagh: Case Study, Unit 22 - Results of the Ulster Plantation Civil War and Cromwell, Unit 23 - James I and the Puritans, Unit 24 - The Gunpowder Plot, Unit 25 - Charles I and Parliament, Unit 26 - The English Civil War Unit, 27 - Oliver Cromwell, Unit 28 - Cromwell in Ireland Unit, 29 -
This book expands and builds upon the of the popular textbook Race to Rule, adding support for the cross-curricular themes and skills and capabilities. The period it covers has been extended to cover from 1400 to 1800, with a focus on the central part of this period One of a set of four History resources for CCEA Key Stage 3, 'The Age of Discovery' covers the period 1500 to 1800 and includes: The reformation; the Elizabethans; the Spanish Armada; The Ulster Plantation with local case studies; Guy Fawkes; Oliver Cromwell; James II and William III in Ireland; the Siege of Derry. The four titles in the History in Close-Up Series give students a comprehensive understanding of the key themes that form the history of their part of the world. 'The Medieval World' covers the period to approximately 1500, while 'Union and Partition' covers the period from 1800 to present, with a major emphasis on the period leading up to partition. The fourth book, 'The Twentieth Century' is offered as an al
Series title: Colourpoint Educational
126 p. : ill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ; 28 cm.