IB Study Guide: Economics for the IB Diploma Study Guide by Constantine Ziogas
  

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IB Study Guide: Economics for the IB Diploma Study Guide by Constantine Ziogas

This guide provides crisp revision of all syllabus topics with detailed support for constructing, analysing and labelling diagrams to assist with complete understanding. In addition, students will learn how to design, select and use diagrams to explain concepts while answering examination questions. A 'tips' section provides practical suggestions and a complete glossary provides a much needed teacher and student reference. In addition, there are guidelines on examiner recommendations along with exam practice and a selection of past questions.

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This is a study guide which follows the syllabus carefully. It is useful when students are completing practise extended responses, as it provides a quick and precise overview of each topic. I use it to help summarise the Development topic after students complete a series of research projects. I keep a stash of these in my class to help students who struggle with the rich English requirements of the course. Andrew McCarthy, International School of Singapore

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Constantine Ziogas
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

11th September 2008

ISBN

9780199152285


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