Learning for Life and Work Home Economics by Nicola Mckee, Nicola Anderson, Sharon Robinson
  

Synopsis

Learning for Life and Work Home Economics by Nicola Mckee, Nicola Anderson, Sharon Robinson

Specifically designed for the new Northern Ireland Curriculum, Learning for Life Work: Home Economics for Key Stage 3 is designed to build up pupils' skills and understanding of the key concepts in a fun, engaging and varied way. The book: *Is structured around the three key concepts of the Home Economics curriculum: Healthy Eating; Home and Family Life; Independent Living. *Engages pupils through an active learning approach to the key themes. * Includes opportunities to develop pupils' practical skills. *Features opportunities for personal reflection and assessment for learning. *Includes a wide variety of activities, designed to develop the whole curriculum skills and capabilities.

About the Author

Both Nicola Anderson and Sharon McKee are experienced Home Economics teachers in Northern Ireland and have been involved with the development of the new Curriculum.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

Nicola Mckee, Nicola Anderson, Sharon Robinson
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th May 2007

ISBN

9780340927113


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