Famous Journeys is the latest addition to the Curriculum Focus series, designed to provide all is needed to teach history with confidence. The book investigates the theme of memorable Journeys and includes lesson plans with detailed background infrmation for the teachers and stimulating worksheets for the classroom. The activities are differentiated at three levels of children abilities, therefore fully inclusive. - The resource is flexible enough to integrate into any school's own scheme of work or to be dipped into as and when required. There will be an emphasis on key vocabulary in history, an examination of chronology, and change and contrast between 'then and now'. - Famous Journeys includes: Neil Armstrong (space), Amelia Earhart (air), Roald Amundsen (land) and Ellen MacArthur (sea).
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