OCR Citizenship Studies for GCSE Full and Short Courses by Tony Thorpe, Julie Nakhimoff
  

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OCR Citizenship Studies for GCSE Full and Short Courses by Tony Thorpe, Julie Nakhimoff

Written by the Citizenship Foundation and produced in partnership with OCR, this second edition of the best-selling textbook has been fully revised to meet the content requirements of the new OCR full and short course GCSE in Citizenship Studies specification. - Helps students engage in and understand important Citizenship issues by combining a lively text with up-to-date case studies, relevant activities and a stimulating selection of written and visual sources - Covers both the short and full courses, giving teachers flexibility in course coverage - Supports the requirements of the 2009 OCR GCSE Citizenship Studies specification Features include: Accessible introductions to key topics - Relevant and thought-provoking case studies - Clear indication of full course content - giving teachers flexibility to teach both the short and full courses alongside each other - Mapping to the specification - giving teachers an at-a-glance view of how the content supports the OCR specification This new edition is supported by a teacher's resource book which gives detailed guidance on examination and controlled assessment techniques, as well as modelling the active citizenship requirements of the specification. It gives ideas on how schools can cover the new community cohesion agenda. It also supports teachers using the student book by giving answers to the activities.

About the Author

Tony Thorpe is a freelance writer and consultant for the Citizenship Foundation. Julie Nakhimoff is a former Citizenship Studies teacher.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Tony Thorpe, Julie Nakhimoff
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

26th June 2009

ISBN

9780340982495


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