Schools History Project Syllabuses - Conflict in Ireland

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9780003270150: Schools History Project Syllabuses - Conflict in Ireland

Written for SHP syllabuses, this thorough and sensitive study of the history of the problems between Irish communities has been brought up to date to include the recent struggles for peace.

Conflict in Ireland includes
•Invaders and settlers
•Causes of conflict (religion, power, politics, economics, social life)
•Turning points

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A popular choice at GCSE since the examinations began

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A popular choice at GCSE since the examinations began

'Conflict in Ireland'provides a thematic approach to the study of the conflict between communities in Northern Ireland, and is particularly suitable for a Modern World Study for Schools History Project (SHP) syllabuses for History at GCSE level.

This edition has been updated to take account of the current struggle for peace.

The structure of this book is:


The Story in Outline. A concise narrative acting as an overview of the main themes and chronology from the Celtic period to the present day.


Issues and Enquiries. Deeper investigation of problems, including:
- the role of factors such as religion, social conditions and economics in causing the conflict,
- key turning points in the history of Ireland in the 20th century,
- consideration of wider issues, such as the British Empire, racism and the Irish-American connection.

All topics have a source-based, active-learning approach.

Tony McAleavy is Humanities Inspector for Gloucestershire and is a well-respected author of textbooks for History at Key Stage 3 and GCSE.

The History 13-16 Project was formerly the Schools Council History Project. It was set up in 1972 to reconsider the objectives of History Teaching and to produce materials for a new course. This course has been running since 1974. It has been a popular choice at GCSE since the examinations began.

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