Warren Treadgold, author of A Concise History of Byzantium, explores how epidemics shaped the history of the Byzantine Empire, where their economic and political effects were much worse than they are today because medicine, hygiene, and the economy were more primitive.
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W. M. Spellman, author of A Concise History of the World Since 1945, analyses the current global pandemic with comparative history.
Nigel Walton discusses the accelerated adoption of digital products and 'Big Tech' the clear winners emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this, part 2 of how to teach your students to write a clear and organized essay, Harry Witchel looks at chunking in the context of a 2000 word essay.
Alvin Finkel, author of Compassion: A Global History of Social Policy, discusses past plagues and their impact on social reforms.
Teaching Students To Organise Their Essays From The Start: The Magic Of Chunking Ideas With The BEER Model
Harry Witchel discusses chunking as a way to help students organise their ideas in order to produce clear and coherent written work.