We’ve been showing you snippets from our poster ‘’20th c. Top 10 World Changing Events’' to celebrate the release of our new IGCSE® History Option B: The 20th Century, Coursebook.

Here is our complete poster - it's an excellent classroom visual and a great tool to create debate and discussion in your lessons!

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This week to celebrate the release of our IGCSE® History Option B: The 20th Century, Coursebook we have been showing teaser extracts from our Pin and Print classroom poster ‘’20th c. Top 10 World Changing Events’'.

Can you name the 20th Century historical event portrayed in this illustration?

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Continuing with the excerpts from our IGCSE History Pin and Print classroom poster ‘’20th c. Top 10 World Changing Events’’. Can you name the year in which women were given the right to vote in the United Kingdom?
Our new Cambridge IGCSE® History Option B: The 20th Century, coursebook motivates students to read beyond the textbook, particularly for the Depth Studies. Students will learn how to...
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Here is the next image in our series of selections from our IGCSE History Pin and Print classroom poster ‘’20th c. Top 10 World Changing Events’’ Can you identify the event and year in which it took place?
Our new Cambridge IGCSE® History Option B: The 20th Century, coursebook encourages students to delve beyond simply asking ‘what?’, ‘where?’ and ‘when?’ to explore ‘why?’ and even ‘what...
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To celebrate the release of our coursebook for Cambridge IGCSE® History Option B: The 20th Century, we have created a beautiful Pin and Print classroom poster. The poster depicts ‘’20th c. Top 10 World Changing Events’’ - it's a fantastic resource and will excite lots of classroom discussion! Here is a teaser of one of the illustrations! Can you guess what event this illustration relates to?...
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Peter Lucantoni, author of IGCSE English as a second language visits China next week to undertake three teacher training workshops on #activelearning. Peter will be talking to teachers in Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, explaining the changes to the new syllabus and the updates to the fifth edition of his best-selling course.
Peter has just returned from training ESL teachers in Egypt and...
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Thanks to everyone who entered this year's National Schools Handwriting Competition. We've had a huge number of entries and now comes the hard job of judging them all! We'll be busy over the next few weeks but check back at the end of April as we'll be announcing the winners [ Ow.ly Link ]

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Don't miss out on this week long discount honouring International Women's Day #IWD #internationalwomensday

International Women's Day 2017

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Do you remember your favourite book as a child? This World Book Day some of our Cambridge Reading Adventures authors and illustrators share with us their favourite reads and thoughts on why reading is so important. Take a look at the video [ Ow.ly Link ] #WorldBookDay #Guidedreading #Primaryreading #readingadventure

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To celebrate #WorldBookDay20 we asked some of our authors why reading was important. You can listen to their phenomenal answers here on this playlist we've made: [ Ow.ly Link ]

Why do you think reading is important and at were your favourite books when growing up?

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New! Publishing today - the new Coursebook for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language Fifth Edition by Peter Lucantoni.

What's New?
The latest edition of this popular series includes plenty of exposure to new task types through the Exam-style questions. The course is still easy to use for new and experienced teachers alike. Each unit now includes video, there are four new speaking...
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Cambridge University Press are pleased to host the Teacher Development workshops ‘Learning is not a spectator sport’
The workshops will be held at the British Council in Cairo on the 26th February and at the British Council Alexandria on the 27th February, and will be delivered by Peter Lucantoni.
Peter has a career spanning more than 30 years in English language teaching and teacher training...
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Watch the Book Launch of 'Do Universities Have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers?' from 4pm (GMT) at [ Ow.ly Link ].
Dr David James discusses #love in #Shakespeare in our blog - do you agree with what he has to say? #Valentinesday [ Ow.ly Link ]
Read our latest post by Bob Moon, editor of 'Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers?', on the common features and challenges of the development of teacher education [ Buff.ly Link ].

#teachereducation #educationresearch #teachertraining
Take the plunge and discover our Cambridge International AS and A Level Marine Science Teacher's Resource CD - it publishes today and you can read through the Coursebook's sample on our website here: [ Ow.ly Link ]

The Teacher's Resource provides useful hints and tips for teachers teaching their students about topics such as marine ecosystems, biodiversity and conservation methodology.
There's still time for schools to enter into our National Handwriting competition here: [ Ow.ly Link ] #handwriting #literacy
We have a winner! Shakespeare Film Competition 2016-17

We’re delighted to announce that the students of Droylsden Academy in Manchester, UK are the winners of our Shakespeare Film Competition! The students performed Macbeth Act 2 Scene 4 and you can view their entry here [ Youtube.com Link ] The judges had the following to say in their notes:
We thought this was good: the acting, of both...
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Filming Shakespeare Act V scene iv

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Check out the new 2017 catalogues on our website. This year’s catalogues are packed full of new features with customer reviews, highlights of what's new in 2016/17 and a subject colour coding system allowing for easy navigation. [ Ow.ly Link ]