GCSE Classical Civilisations for OCR Teacher's Handbook by James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley
  

GCSE Classical Civilisations for OCR Teacher's Handbook

Written by James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley
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GCSE Classical Civilisations for OCR Teacher's Handbook by James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley

Handbook to accompany the students' 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.

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Very useful as it incorporates teaching suggestions, useful websites, and sample essays. Anne Tyler, Classics teacher

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

James Renshaw, Sally Knights, Paul Buckley
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

25th June 2009

ISBN

9780198329305


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