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Contents Welcome AQA A/AS Level History

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A/AS Level Cambridge Perspectives in History

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International curriculum resources

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Welcome to the History Catalogue With Cambridge history resources, students have the opportunity to learn from our ancestors and examine the impact of historical events on the way we live today. From exploring primary texts, to understanding historical interpretations, learners will develop a set of interchangeable skills including analysis and research. On pages 6 to 9, you’ll find our history collections for Cambridge IGCSE™ and O Level, Cambridge International AS & A Level and our fantastic IB Diploma series. If you’d like any more information on our resources, please contact your local sales consultant. Alternatively, visit cambridge.org/education/history

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AQA A/AS LEVEL HISTORY

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AQA A/AS Level History

Our AQA A/AS Level History series includes 18 print student books, also available as digital Cambridge Elevate editions, covering Breadth and Depth components in the 2015 AQA A/AS Level History specification. Our AQA A/AS Level History resources develop students’ confidence and skills in exploring primary texts, historical interpretations and the impact of past events on the way we live today. Encouraging students to speak like a historian, this series will fully support both students and teachers at A/AS Level as well as providing a springboard for further historical study.

Our AQA A/AS Level History resources: •

Support students in developing their critical thinking, research and written communication skills

Bring the past to life through contemporary source material and different historical perspectives, supporting students as they take a more reflective approach to learning

Go beyond the syllabus with a range of primary and secondary sources, historical interpretations and background material to help students put information into a wider context

Enhance learning through the use of timelines, family trees, maps, summaries of key events and profiles of key historical figures

Include differentiated activities to allow flexibility in mixed-ability classes

This spread is from The Tudors: England 1485–1603

Key terms are explained throughout the text.

‘Voices from the past’ sections provide useful discussion points for historical sources.

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Historical sources and ‘Speak like a historian’ tips are used to build knowledge.


AQA A/AS LEVEL HISTORY

Breadth components

The Making of a Superpower: USA, 1865–1975

Stuart Britain and the Crisis of Monarchy, 1603–1702

The Tudors: England, 1485–1603

Student Book: 9781107530171 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107530225

Student Book: 9781107531208 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107531246

Student Book: 9781316504321 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781316504345

Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855–1964

The Age of the Crusades, c1071–1204

Russia in the Age of Absolutism and Enlightenment, 1682–1796

Student Book: 9781107531154 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107531161

Student Book: 9781107587250 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107587274

Student Book: 9781316504352 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781316504369

The Quest for Political Stability: Germany, 1871–1991

Spain in the Age of Discovery, 1469–1598

Challenge and Transformation: Britain, c1851–1964

Student Book: 9781107566088 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107566118

Student Book: 9781107587281 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107587328

Student Book: 9781107572966 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107573000

Depth components

The American Dream: Reality and Illusion, 1945–1980

The Reformation in Europe, c1500–1564

The Wars of the Roses, 1450–1499

Student Book: 9781107587427 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107587540

Student Book: 9781107573215 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107573222

Student Book: 9781316504376 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781316504383

Democracy and Nazism: Germany, 1918–1945

Revolution and Dictatorship: Russia, 1917–1953

Royal Authority and the Angevin Kings, 1154–1216

Student Book: 9781107573161 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107573208

Student Book: 9781107587380 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107587397

Student Book: 9781316504390 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781316504406

The English Revolution, 1625–1660

The Sun King: Louis XIV, France and Europe, 1643–1715

The Making of Modern Britain, 1951–2007

Student Book: 9781107573024 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107573055

Student Book: 9781107571778 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107571792

Student Book: 9781107573086 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781107573130

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COMBINATION CHART

Use our Combination Chart to check your A/AS Level History components. Our chart clearly shows you the Breadth and Depth titles we have published that can be studied together to fulfil the AQA specification criteria.

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Cambridge Perspectives in History Published for previous A Level specifications, Cambridge Perspectives in History provides a range of textbooks and advanced history courses, focusing on key periods and themes in British and European history.

“Brilliant for those studying at either A Level or Access Level History, easy to read with relevant information and primary sources.” 5* Amazon review for Civil Rights in America, 1865–1980

Civil Rights in America, 1865–1980

Democracies and Dictatorships

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The European Dictatorships

Revolution and Reaction

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The Changing Nature of Warfare

Regicide and Republic

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Hitler, Chamberlain and Appeasement

Conflict, Communism and Fascism

9780521626644

Hitler and Nazi Germany 9780521595025

The Holocaust 9780521595018

9780521777964

Revolution, Radicalism and Reform 9780521567886

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Crown and Parliaments, 1558–1689 9780521775373

The Tudor Monarchies, 1485–1603 9780521596657

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Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany

Fascism 9780521598729

9780521000482

The Cold War

Authority and Disorder in Tudor Times, 1485–1603

Revolutions and Nationalities

Nationalism in Europe 1789–1945

9780521786072

9780521598712

Lancastrians to Tudors

British Imperialism 1750–1970

9780521557467

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Expansion, War and Rebellion

Revolutions 1789–1917

9780521586160

9780521586009

“Bought this book on a recommendation from my tutor, and used it for my coursework. Has everything you need to finish, and has plenty of useful sources to use.” 5* Amazon review of Cambridge Perspectives in History – The Holocaust

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INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM RESOURCES

Cambridge IGCSE™ and O Level History Option B: the 20th Century Second edition Paul Grey, Rosemarie Little, Robin Macpherson, John Etty, Graham Goodlad, Jamie Bough and Anna Cowper Cambridge IGCSE™, IGCSE (9 - 1) and O Level History syllabuses (0470/0977/2147).

Take your students on a journey through the rise and fall of Soviet Russia, the World Wars and much more. Coursebook

Coursebook Option B: the 20th Century

Activities based on the most interesting topics in modern history spark students’ curiosity

Primary and secondary sources encourage students to go further with their investigations, urging them to question cause and consequence

Covers four of the Depth Studies: The First World War (1914–18), Germany (1918–45), Russia (1905–41) and the US (1919–41)

9781108439497

Coursebook Cambridge Elevate edition (2 Years)

Teacher’s resource

9781108439503

Option B: the 20th Century Teacher’s Resource Access Card

Includes suggestions for differentiation activities to help teach mixed-ability classrooms

Written in collaboration with an English as an Additional Language (EAL) specialist for language support

Contains all source material from the coursebook, so you have the option to print or project

9781108455046

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This syllabus encourages learners to raise questions and develop skills of analysis, problem-solving and reflective thinking to provide historical explanations and deepen historical understanding. Our resources follow this ethos and inspire enquiry-led learning.

We define important terms at point of relevance to aid understanding – these are collated in the glossary.

‘Test yourself’ boxes encourage students to reflect on their learning and check their understanding.

Activities are designed to develop skills and practise knowledge application.

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Plenty of authentic photos and illustrations help learners to understand the context and develop source interpretation skills.


INTERNATIONAL CURRICULUM RESOURCES

Cambridge International AS Level History Second edition Pete Browning, Anna Cowper, John Etty Cambridge International AS Level History syllabus (9489) for examination from 2021.

With increased depth of coverage and closely mapped to the syllabus, this series provides teachers with a wide range of source material and language support. The coursebooks encourage students to think and learn independently, and help to build confidence in the skills of language, essay writing and evaluation. Coursebooks •

‘Think like a historian’ features help students to see the application of studying history and the things they learn are useful as skills and knowledge for life

Learning objectives in each chapter help your students to understand ‘where they are going’ with their learning and aid their navigation through the content

‘Before you start’ activities allow you to check your students’ prior knowledge (for example, asking your students to research the population of Britain in 1750, 1800 and 1850) and can be used to adapt your subsequent teaching

‘Key Terms’ help students understand the text with clear explanations of key terminology such as ‘Autocrat’, ‘Bolshevik’, ‘Progressive Bloc’, ‘Tariffs’

Key concept questions help students to develop a conceptual understanding of history and encourage them towards making substantiated judgements

‘Reflection’ features help your students to think about how they are learning and how they might improve their process, so that they can become more independent learners

Exam-style questions and sample answers help your students to build familiarity for their examinations, practise their technique and understand how to improve their answers

Teacher’s resource

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Language support provides you with guidance on developing reading and writing skills, as well as advice on English as an Additional Language

Contains all the historical sources from the coursebook and more source support activities, so you can easily adapt and create worksheets and presentations

Provides you with plenty of teaching ideas and support for assessment for learning

This digital teacher’s resource is available on the Cambridge Elevate platform.

The History of the USA, 1820–1941 Coursebook 9781108716291

The History of the USA, 1820– 1941 Cambridge Elevate edition (2 Years) 9781108716338 International History 1870–1945 Coursebook 9781108459327

International History 1870–1945 Cambridge Elevate edition (2 Years) 9781108459341 Modern Europe, 1750–1921 Coursebook 9781108733922 Modern Europe, 1750–1921 Cambridge Elevate Edition (2 Years) 9781108739801

Book: 9781108439879 Cambridge Elevate edition: 9781108439909

Components within this series are endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education

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History for the IB Diploma Papers 1 and 2 Second edition Series editor: Allan Todd IB Diploma History syllabus for examination from 2017. •

The titles are source-led and encourage the development of investigative, interpretative and analytical skills that help your learners become independent thinkers

Relevant links to Theory of Knowledge and Key Concepts in the syllabus encourage reflective discussion and help students integrate these concepts into their wider learning

Activities foster an exploratory and inquiring approach and exam-style questions help prepare students for assessment

This series covers topics from the Standard and Higher Level options:

Paper 1: History for the IB Diploma, Paper 1 includes a choice from three coursebooks that each cover a 20th century topic from the syllabus: The Move to Global War (Japanese and German/Italian Expansion), Rights and Protest (US Civil Rights and Apartheid) and Conflict and Intervention (Rwanda and Kosovo). Paper 2: History for the IB Diploma, Paper 2 includes a choice from five coursebooks that each cover a 20th century topic from the syllabus: Independence Movements (1800–2000), Evolution and Development of Democratic States (1848– 2000), Authoritarian States (20th Century), Causes and Effects of 20th Century Wars and The Cold War: Superpower Tensions and Rivalries.

PAPER 1 (CHOOSE 1)

PAPER 2 (CHOOSE 2)

Rights and Protest

Authoritarian States (20th Century)

Causes and Effects of 20th Century Wars

9781107558892

9781107560864

Evolution and Development of Democratic States (1848–2000)

Independence Movements (1800–2000)

9781107556355

9781107556232

9781107556386

Conflict and Intervention 9781107560963

The Move to Global War 9781107556287

The Cold War 9781107556324

All of our History for the IB Diploma Papers 1, 2 and 3 resources are available as Cambridge Elevate titles. Please visit our website for more information: cambridge.org/education/ib-diploma-history

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History for the IB Diploma Paper 3 Series editor: Allan Todd IB Diploma History syllabus for examination from 2017.

With resources for the history of the Americas, Europe, Asia and Oceania you have the widest topic choice for Paper 3. •

Provides historical accounts, along with detailed explanations and analysis

Includes key questions that develop the necessary understanding and skills

An emphasis on historical debates prepares students for the in-depth extended essay required in the Paper 3 examination

Theory of Knowledge links stimulate thought and discussion

Dedicated activities help integrate the Key Concepts into your students’ learning

Clear essay writing and exam guidance

Covers selected topics from the Higher Level options in the updated IB History syllabus

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PAPER 3 (CHOOSE 3 FROM ONE REGION) HISTORY OF THE AMERICAS

HISTORY OF ASIA AND OCEANIA

HISTORY OF EUROPE

The Great Depression and the Americas (mid 1920s–1939)

Nationalism and Independence in India (1919–1964)

The Soviet Union and Post-Soviet Russia (1924–2000)

9781316503713

9781316506486

9781316503690

Political Developments in the United States (1945–1980) and Canada (1945–1982)

The People’s Republic of China (1949–2005)

Imperial Russia, Revolution and the Establishment of the Soviet Union (1855–1924)

9781316503737

The Cold War and the Americas (1945–1981)

9781316503775

Impact of the World Wars on South-East Asia 9781108406925

9781316503669

European States in the Interwar Years (1918–1939)

9781316503751

9781316506462

Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas Post-1945

Italy (1815–1871) and Germany (1815–1890)

9781316605967

9781316503638

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