a Classroom Companion
by Shirley Harrison
edited by Talvinder Bhullar
For secondary school classroom use;
KS3 history students
This Classroom Companion, presenting Sylvia's story in connection with some major 20th century themes, offers history students at Key Stage 3 and upwards the ideal opportunity to learn how to assess historical significance. With plenty of fascinating pictures, the text guides students through a set of interesting tasks to evaluate evidence, develop judgment skills and assess historical significance in line with the requirements of the UK National Curriculum.
A4 size with clear type, attractive layout and beautiful pictures.
BIC Classification E5N79
Paperback 297x210mm (A4 size), 48pp
Full colour throughout
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Published with support from the Heritage Lottery Fund, as part of the 'Celebrating Sylvia Pankhurst' project, 2008–2009.
The cover shows a detail from a tapestry by the Swedish weaver, Berit Sahlström.