Junior Cycle Success - History (e-Book)


Junior Cycle Success – History is an invaluable asset for all Junior Cycle History students. The revision book is concise and exam focused, offering all of the relevant information from every part of the course as well as detailed analysis of CBA 1 and CBA 2.
Each strand is covered in detail – the nature of history, the history of Ireland and the history of Europe and the wider world. The book makes use of a wide variety of visually appealing sources, allowing the students to engage with the learning outcomes and strands. The authors have adopted a topic-based approach to Junior Cycle History, with key exam topics such as the Renaissance, Exploration, the 1960s, Ancient Civilisations and much more covered in detail.
In order to give students confidence prior to the exam, sample questions and answers are provided in SEC format. Additional online resources are accessible through the use of QR codes throughout the textbook.  

€9.70
Tim Kennedy

About the Author

Tim is head of History in St Munchin’s College, Limerick and has over 20 years’ experience teaching History at both Junior Cycle and Leaving Cert level. Tim is a state examiner and has been an advising examiner since 2014. Tim has always felt that both the Junior Cycle and Leaving Cert History courses needed to be condensed into relevant material only and has put this in place at a local level. 
With the arrival of the new Junior Cycle Programme, Tim felt that both students and teachers would benefit greatly from a revision book that contained all the relevant information required for success at Junior Cycle level and as a result was happy to co-author this revision book.
 

Tim Kennedy - Author
Stephen Fallon

About the Author

Stephen Fallon is a teacher of History, English and Media in St Raphaela's Secondary School, Stillorgan, Dublin. He has been teaching for the past 20 years and is passionate about his subjects. 
His post of responsibility has been in running the school’s social media, communications and website. He currently holds a post as year head in his school. He has organised, co-ordinated and participated in several cultural and historical trips both in Ireland and abroad. 

Stephen Fallon - Author