Top 5 books covering topics in HASS
Here at Teacher Superstore, we’re proud to have a wide range of quality Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) resources, covering all of the subject’s learning areas. Here are our top five HASS books.
1. 100 Events That Made History
From bloodthirsty battles and rebellious revolutions, to curious coincidences and unfortunate accidents - 100 Events That Made History brings the major moments of the past to life in an unforgettable way. Find out why Ivan became so terrible, why a sandwich was fatal for Archduke Ferdinand and more of history's key moments.
2. 100 People Who Made History
Inventors and explorers rub shoulders with political leaders, sports stars, and entertainers in 100 People Who Made History. From Marco Polo to Marie Curie via Pele, this top 100 comes from all over the world. Each profile describes the major influences and tells true stories and unusual facts about the movers and shakers from our history.
3. Australian Curriculum Civics & Citizenship
A series of four blackline master books for Years 3 to 6, Australian Curriculum Civics & Citizenship was written specifically to support the new national curriculum while also integrating other sub-strands of the Humanities and Social Sciences curriculum. Students will learn to develop questions, research information, analyse sources, evaluate and reflect on evidence and communicate their understandings based on evidence.
4. Australian Curriculum Global Geography - Through an ICT and Inquiry Lens
Take your students on an adventure around the world with the exciting Australian Curriculum Global Geography series. Through exploring the human and physical characteristics of places, students will investigate, create and communicate their understanding of the world around them.
5. Targeting HASS
The Targeting HASS Activity Books are chock full of fascinating facts and snippets from a huge variety of primary sources — these exciting and interesting texts have been carefully selected to ensure they are accessible and engaging to students.