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Oxford History for Pakistan Book 3
Peter Moss
Readership / Level
For Classes 6 to 8
Description

Oxford History for Pakistan is a new series of history textbooks which will replace the Oxford History Project at the middle school level (classes 6, 7 and 8).

Based on the popular Oxford History Project, which is also by the same author, Oxford History for Pakistan is designed especially for Pakistani schools and integrates subcontinental and world history in an entirely different and unique way.Portions of world history adapted from the original Oxford History Project are here complemented by a section on events in the subcontinent for the same period. Through the use of colourful illustrations, charts, cartoons, photographs, maps and documentary material, this series aims to make history ‘come to life’.

A simple and lively text draws together the various strands – subcontinental and world – into a comprehensive and thorough examination of history through the ages. Special emphasis is given to the region which now constitutes modern Pakistan. It covers events from prehistoric times to the post–Second World War period.

Components Student's Books, Teacher's Guides and WorkbooksRights For sale in Pakistan only
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School > History & Pakistan Studies > All Titles
School > All Subjects > Secondary
School > History & Pakistan Studies > Secondary
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Paperback ISBN: 9780195777543 Price: Rs.455.00
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