Complete Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSE by Jo Lally


Complete Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSE by Jo Lally

Firmly focused on developing core skills and assessment capabilities, this revised edition comprehensively matches the latest syllabus and saves you time in course preparation. The second edition has been restructured to focus even more on skills development with a particular emphasis on progressing those tricky - and essential - synthesis and evaluation skills, as well as research and reflection. Clearly differentiated for students at different ability levels, with clear language and instruction for EAL learners. This new edition of Global Perspectives will be available as a print book, an online book, or a print and online package, so you can choose the format that is right for you.


It is a breakthrough! The students will be attracted to the colours and pictures which are necessary to distract pleasantly from quite a difficult subject. It's well laid out and develops critical thinking skills through document examples and graded questions. I can't wait for my lesson next week to try out the material! Global Perspectives Teacher, Italy These books provide support to any teacher at any stage of their Global Perspectives teaching career, it will help those establishing the course all the way through to helping students achieve the A* grade. The books are set up in line with the Global Perspective syllabus requirements to ensure students actively learn the complex skills required. I would fully recommend these books to all my students and teaching colleagues. Ceri Ruzzi, Former Global Perspectives Teacher Charter International School, Bangkok. Currently teaching at The Harrodian, London.

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Contains Paperback
280 pages


Jo Lally
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Publication date

10th March 2016



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