Pearson Baccalaureate: History: C20th World- Authoritarian and Single Party States for the IB Diploma
Part of the Pearson Baccalaureate series
- Currently out of stock
- Publication Date
- October 2010
Specifically developed for the IB Diploma, 20th Century World: Authoritarian and Single Party States
An exciting new textbook for students and teachers of the International Baccalaureate Diploma, to help improve students learning.
Provides comprehensive coverage of the Authoritarian and Single Party States topic, with a clear overview and detailed analysis of key leaders and events.
Uses thematic approaches, comparative studies and cross-regional perspectives.
Explains methods of historical research and writing.
Includes timelines, document-based activities, essay practice and sample answers.
Focuses on the examination requirements, with tips and hints throughout.
Enables practical coverage of TOK in the History classroom.
Fully illustrated in colour.
Pearson Baccalaureate History: Single Party States will include sharply focused chapters not only on the rise and rule of Mao and Stalin but also Nasser, Nyerere, Peron and Castro. It therefore covers all four of the regional options specified for Paper Two, and will provide invaluable resources on these leaders, all of whom are identified as 'material for detailed study' in the new IB syllabus. Each leader will be discussed in detail and themes such as their rise to power; the establishment of the single party state; economic and social policies; and approaches to opposition will be covered. In addition, this volume will provide comprehensive coverage of Castro and Peron giving teachers and students access to analysis and sources that have been previously hard to get hold of in English.
1. Introduction to Paper 2, skills etc.
2. General Background to the emergence of Single Party and Authoritarian States in the Twentieth Century
3. Juan Peron and Argentina
4. Fidel Castro and Cuba
5. Josef Stalin and the USSR
6. Mao Zedong and China
7. Julius Nyerere and Tanzania
8. Gamal Abdel Nasser and Egypt