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Cambridge Checkpoints QCE Ancient History Units 1–4

Cambridge Checkpoints QCE Ancient History Units 1–4
AUTHOR(S):
Alan Barrie / Aaron Sloper
REGION:
Queensland
LEVELS:
Year 11 / Year 12
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ISBN:
9781108786096
PUBLICATION DATE:
23/01/2020
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Prepare your students for QCE success with the very best revision and exam preparation support available for Queensland.

Cambridge Checkpoints QCE study guides are written by highly experienced Queensland teachers, including curriculum developers and examination review panel members, making these guides essential preparation tools for students’ summative external assessment.

The new Cambridge Checkpoints QCE study guides are the ideal companion to textbook resources and the perfect year-round study tool to guide students towards success in their QCE. They provide essential revision and exam preparation support to equip your students with the skills, knowledge and confidence they need, including:

  • an overview of the entire Year 11 and Year 12 syllabus, supported by summaries and maps where relevant, as well as assessment-related activities
  • a focus on understanding concepts and consolidating the key knowledge and skills required for the summative external assessment
  • guidance on revision in preparation for examinations
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Alan Barrie

As a student, Alan Barrie achieved 1st class honours, an MPhil in Medieval History at Cambridge University, before completing his PhD through UQ. A teacher of history and ancient history in Queensland for 21 years, he also in that time has been Chief Examiner, Panel member, resource and syllabus writer for QCAA, and was the lead author of the Cambridge University Press textbook for Ancient History in Queensland. He has presented in numerous conferences across Australia.

Aaron Sloper

Aaron Sloper is Head of Humanities at a co-educational independent school on the Gold Coast. After initially studying Law and Psychology, Aaron graduated in Secondary Education from the University of Queensland in 2009. Since then he has taught Secondary English, Ancient History, Modern History, Geography and Legal Studies to senior students and worked as a Curriculum Head of Department since 2016. He has experience lecturing and tutoring in the tertiary sector, holding a Masters Degree in History from Macquarie University, and was a contributing author for Senior Modern History for Queensland, recently published by Cambridge University Press. He is passionate about seeing students develop a deep critical awareness of the world around them through developing 21st century skills via the study of history and the humanities.