Learning for Life and Work 1 by John McCusker, Lesley Mcevoy, Kathryn Armstrong, Peter Dornan
  

Synopsis

Learning for Life and Work 1 by John McCusker, Lesley Mcevoy, Kathryn Armstrong, Peter Dornan

Specifically designed for the new Key Stage 3 Northern Ireland Curriculum, Learning for Life Work is a three-book course which: *Integrates the three areas of Personal Development, Local and Global Citizenship and Education for Employability in a book per year of the Key Stage *Engages pupils through an active learning approach to the key themes *Features opportunities for personal reflection and assessment for learning *Includes a wide variety of activities, designed to develop the whole curriculum skills and capabilities. The first book in the series is designed to build up some of the key areas of study of the Learning for Life and Work Curriculum in a fun, engaging and varied way.

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All of the authors are experts in their field and are key people in the Learning for Life and Work Curriculum area.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

John McCusker, Lesley Mcevoy, Kathryn Armstrong, Peter Dornan
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

27th April 2007

ISBN

9780340927083


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