Oxford Humanities 8 Victorian Curriculum Student Book + obook pro 9780190330941

Oxford Humanities 8 Victorian Curriculum Student Book + obook pro

Author: Easton, Mark

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Oxford Humanities 7–10 explicitly focuses on the development and revision of Humanities skills. Key Skills and Key Concepts boxes embedded in the chapters will enable students to see the skills and concepts in context, leading to greater understanding.

By building their knowledge and understanding of these key skills and
concepts from Year 7, students will be better prepared to achieve success in Senior Humanities subjects.

Easy-to-navigate, spread-based Student Books deliver information using clear, concise language and engaging visuals. Each topic features Check your
learning questions that are graded according to Bloom's taxonomy.

Enhanced digital resources cater for mixed-ability classrooms, with
differentiated content and assessment resources, including a wide range of auto-marked, interactive question types.

In an Australian first, the Victorian editions of Oxford Humanities 7–10,
Oxford Science 7–10 and Oxford Maths 7–10 each feature fully scaffolded,
curriculum-aligned STEAM projects.

Each project has been designed to meaningfully address content from the
Humanities curriculum, and is accompanied by a comprehensive suite of
teacher resources, including videos, teacher notes, implementation advice
and assessment.

STEAM projects encourage students to work collaboratively,
make connections between learning areas, and use design thinking to solve real-world problems.

Key Student Book features include:

  • learning outcomes linked to the curriculum that provide a clear learning pathway
  • easy-to-navigate layouts with clear, precise language and appealing visuals
  • engaging source materials, including stunning full-colour maps,
    photographs, data tables, satellite images, graphs and illustrations
  • open-ended rich tasks that encourage inquiry-based learning and application
  • up-to-date, local and relevant case studies
  • visible thinking prompts to support the development of students’
    critical thinking skills
  • a literacy focus on accessible language for every student
  • key skill and key concept boxes throughout the text to demonstrate the skills and concepts in context
  • on-page glossaries to support student literacy and aid navigation
  • self-contained, editable chapter review assessment tasks with
    marking rubric available to teachers
  • ‘Check your learning’ questions to support and extend student understanding.
  • Format: Print & digital
  • Series: Oxford Humanities Victorian Curriculum
  • Publication Date: 22/12/2021
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press ANZ
  • Subject: Humanities
  • Audience: Secondary
  • Curriculum: VIC
  • Year Level: Year 8

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