Key Features of Modern History 2 Year 12 Teacher obook assess
Teacher obook assess is a cloud-based obook that teachers can use anywhere, anytime, on any device.
obook assess resources for teachers:
- detailed course planners and teacher notes
- answers to all questions and assessment tasks in the Student book
- printable (and editable) practice exams
- a guide to the HSC exam.
- a complete digital version of the Student book with added note-taking and bookmarking functionality
- targeted instructional videos by some of Australia's most experienced Modern History teachers designed to help students prepare for assessment tasks and exams
- a range of interactive, auto-correcting, multiple-choice assess quiz questions.
With obook assess, teachers can:
- monitor student progress and results graphs
- set in-platform assessment tasks and the ability to create groups and tailor instructions to meet the different needs of abilities of different students
- view all available content and resources in one place.
This fifth edition offers complete support for teachers and their students, providing depth and coverage in an easy‑to‑read, easy‑to‑understand and easy‑to‑master format.
- Explicit alignment to the Modern History Stage 6 syllabus.
- In-depth and appropriately levelled content developed by trusted expert teachers.
- Simplified chapter structure with content organised into manageable double-page topics.
- Clear, unambiguous language supported by plenty of visuals.
- obook assess provides comprehensive student and teacher digital support, including answers to every question in the book, videos, teacher notes, exam preparation support and more.
- Innovative and intuitive chapter features such as 'Focus questions', 'Key concepts and skills', 'Learning goals' and 'Understanding and using the sources'
- 'Check your learning' questions for each topic allow students to review and expand on what they have learned.
- A 'Profile' feature included for each chapter allows for more in-depth learning about a historically significant person, event or phenomenon.
|Date of Publication
||History, Modern History