GCSE Child Development for OCR Student Workbook by Mark Walsh
  

Synopsis

GCSE Child Development for OCR Student Workbook by Mark Walsh

The Student Workbook allows students to develop and demonstrate understanding of knowledge and skills to enable them to achieve success at GCSE Child Development. The cost-effective Student Workbook for GCSE Child Development for OCR will save teachers time on preparation and marking. It provides: / an extensive list of questions and activities that cover each section of the OCR specification, designed to develop and assess students' knowledge / learning materials that are structured and differentiated to develop, consolidate and reinforce development of the knowledge and skills required to achieve success The workbook is a classroom-ready resource that can be directly incorporated into lesson activities but is also ideal as extension work and as a source of homework activities.

About the Author

Mark Walsh is a writer, teacher and mental health nurse. He works with both further and higher education students, teaching health and social care and social science courses. Mark has written a wide range of best-selling textbooks and teacher resources, and has worked as an educational teaching consultant, and as a senior examiner.

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Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Mark Walsh
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

20th June 2010

ISBN

9780007342723


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