GCSE Classical Civilisation for OCR Students' Book by James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley
  

GCSE Classical Civilisation for OCR Students' Book

Written by James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley
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GCSE Classical Civilisation for OCR Students' Book by James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley

A reader following the OCR specification supporting all four units: *City Life in the Classical world *Epic and Myth *Community life in the Classical world *Culture and society in the Classical world. The reader contains notes plus guidance for research for the controlled assessment topics. Includes a CD-ROM with audio recordings to motivate students.

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This is the first time that a textbook has been provided for OCR GCSE Classical Civilisation. It is particularly useful as it covers all modules, and it provides a CD of extracts from literary texts. * Anne Tyler, Classics teacher *

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Format

Mixed media product
176 pages

Author

James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

25th June 2009

ISBN

9780198325970


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