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History Quest

This History Quest series complements the Science Quest series and the Geography Quest series to provide a comprehensive programme of S.E.S.E. activities for children.

The series meets the emerging needs of pupils and teachers, reflecting the aims and objectives of the revised curriculum. It is recognised that modern schools have access to a wide range of information sources, including the internet. This series will mediate this information and consolidate children’s learning in line with the curriculum and the Plean Scoile. It is strongly recommended that any internet activities are carried out under teacher supervision and that the school’s internet settings are set to maximum security.

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    History Quest 1

    This is the first book in the History Quest series. There are 10 units in the book using age-appropriate language.

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    History Quest 2

    The 10 units touch on all strands of the History Curriculum in a pleasant and interesting manner. The stories of Fionn and the Giant, Hans Christian Andersen, The Children of Lir and Gráinne Mhaol will all have the children on the edge of their seats with excitement.

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    History Quest 3

    There are 15 interest-filled units in this book ranging from The Salmon of Knowledge, Helen of Troy, Christopher Colombus and Tom Crean to Life in Ireland during World War 2.

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    History Quest 4

    The 16 units continue the fun and interest which flows freely from the earlier books.

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    History Quest 5

    Pupils in Senior classes will be enthralled with the range of stimulating stories and activities in this book.

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    History Quest 6

    The 12 units of this book are longer than in the other books which reflects the depth at which the children are required to study. They study a range of feasts and festivities worldwide which also deal with their early ancestry through the Celts, Plantations and Settlements, Daniel O’Connell, The Great Famine, The 1916 Easter Rising and World War 2.

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