Oxford Big Ideas Humanities 10 Victorian Curriculum Student book + obook assess
Publication Date 6 Dec 2016
OverviewOxford Big Ideas Humanities Victorian Curriculum provides complete coverage for the Humanities – Geography, History, Economics & Business and Civics & Citizenship – in one easy-to-use package. Take a semester-based approach or deliver separate year-long courses. Key features: Four books in one – ideal for semester-based coursesFully revised and updated to meet the requirements of the Victorian Curriculum: Humanities across Years 7–10Complete coverage of all Civics & Citizenship, Economics & Business, Geography, and History content in a single learning package (print and digital)Stand-alone skills toolkits cover key concepts and skills from the Victorian CurriculumAll topics are supported by additional worksheets, answers, teacher notes, tests, interactives and videosClear instructional language supports student understanding and a wealth of stunning images, illustrations and source materials engage even the most reluctant learnersA range of self-marking quizzes mapped to VCAA content descriptors – offered FREE through obook assessobook assess Oxford’s premium digital learning solution encompasses a suite of resources to support teachers and students, including interactives, tests, answers, videos, differentiated worksheets, teaching notes and more. Click here for more information. Free taster courses Give your Year 10 students a taste of senior Accounting, Business Management, Economics and Legal Studies courses and empower them to make informed subject selections for the following year. Oxford Taster Courses introduce students to what they can expect to learn in Year 11 with informative topic spreads, case studies, glossaries and ‘check your learning’ questions. Answers to every question are provided to teachers in an accompanying booklet. Available free of charge to schools booklisting Big Ideas Humanities 10 and Big Ideas Economics & Business | Civics & Citizenship 9 & 10, Taster Courses can be downloaded via the Teacher Resources tab on Oxford Digital.