AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Option 2B Workbook Effects of the Roman Catholic Tradition Upon Aspects of Christian Lifestyle and Behaviour by Sheila Butler
  

AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Option 2B Workbook Effects of the Roman Catholic Tradition Upon Aspects of Christian Lifestyle and Behaviour

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AQA A GCSE Religious Studies Option 2B Workbook Effects of the Roman Catholic Tradition Upon Aspects of Christian Lifestyle and Behaviour by Sheila Butler

Student workbooks will support your teaching and help your students' skills and developments. The full-colour student workbooks each cover key topics in core subject areas to complement the main GCSE courses in Religious Studies. Each topic comprises: 1-2 pages of source material and 4-5 pages of related exercises designed to develop and test student skills, with space provided for written answers. The exercises take various forms, including exam-style questions (both short-answer and extended-answer), although the workbooks are not intended as mock exams. They are designed for systematic classroom use to support your own scheme of work or as the basis of a revision programme. Answers to the exercises are provided in an accompanying set of Teachers Notes. Where there is no objectively 'right' answer, the notes identify the key points that should appear in the answer. Student workbooks are available only in class sets of 10. Each set of workbooks includes one FREE copy of the teacher's notes. Single copy: ISBN 9780340972700 Pack of 10: ISBN 9781844897568

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

Sheila Butler
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Publisher

Philip Allan Updates an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

29th February 2008

ISBN

9780340972700


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