THE 20TH CENTURY
|DK Millennium 20th Century Day by Day
Newspaper format covers Biographies, Calendar of Events, special features include Russian Revolution, America in 1930s, Vietnam War and
the fall of Communism.
History World After 1900
For KS3. "Heinemann
offers a rich resource of articles, images, written sources, key
dates, interactive tests, and ICT activities. Simple navigation and
layout make the online material easy to search and use and a
differentiated text level option on its core articles, ideal for mixed
ability classes." So they say.
from Amazon about £118.
KS3/KS4 and A Level containing 4 hours of film from the ITN archive
and associated website. Video clips can be searched and edited to make
presentations. Package includes worksheets and background material.
Times Education GCSE
photos and illustrations, accompanied narration and interactive
exercises. The CD also offers the students the facility to test their
knowledge by carrying out an exam and comparing their answers to the
model solutions supplied. Topics covered include: World War One, The
Russian Revolution, The Treaty of Versailles, The Wall Street Crash,
Depression, The Rise of Hitler, The Soviet Union under Stalin, World
War Two, The Cold War, Indian Independence, Arab - Israeli Relations,
The Cuban Missile Crisis, Vietnam, Civil Rights."
from Amazon about £6.99
|The Troubled Century Designed
for GCSE/A Level use to help develop understanding of the events of
the 20th Century. Divided into three sections; The Struggle for Peace,
Societies in Change and Superpower Relations.
Channel 4: Clipbank Channel
4 produced CD-ROMs for KS3/KS4 containing news video from the ITN
archive. Five CD-Roms in the series cover the Cold War, Vietnam War,
WWI and WWII and USA 1919-1980.
|How we used to live: 1936-53 Designed for
KS2/KS3/KS4 looks at Britain in the 1930s and post-war period.
Includes video clips from TV series plus worksheets and other teacher
|Warsaw Ghetto The story of the Warsaw
Ghetto using photographs, letters, personal accounts. Produced with
the participation of the CDJC (Contemporary Jewish Documentation
Center) and the Beit Lohamei Haghetaot museum (The Ghetto Fighter's
1997 price £15.00 from Amazon
|World War I Archive KS4/A
level. Database of source material including letters, newspapers,
photographs and illustrations from the Liddle Collection, University
of Leeds. Various themes investigated. See also
|About World War I I: Sources
and Analysis KS3/KS4.
Source collection from the US National Archives focused on the
World War II: Stories
and Archives Explores its
material in two ways: thematically, showing the development of the
conflict from its origins to the final outcome; and through a
Publisher Montparnasse Multimedia,
about £25 from Amazon etc.
|World War I I Global
Collection of documentary, photographs, video and audio from the US
|WWI and WWII and History's Greatest Battles Presentation
style format the WWI CD has over two hours of commentary, 750 photographs and 25 minutes of film. Includes the Home Front. WWII
is on two CDs containing six hours of commentary, 40 minutes of film and 2,000 photographs plus some of the key speeches. Interviews with
those who took part and interviews with Historians.
Modern World History Covering all major exam specifications
at GCSE, this CD-ROM enables you to customise tests so that they are
exactly right for your students. You can select questions by topic,
exam board and level of difficulty and can allocate different
questions to groups of differing abilities. Self-testing exercises
also allow students to work individually.|
Publisher Heinemann. Price £211 Available at Amazon.
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