OCR Law for GCSE by Andrew Shepherd, Sue Teal, Craig Beauman, Chris Turner
  

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OCR Law for GCSE by Andrew Shepherd, Sue Teal, Craig Beauman, Chris Turner

OCR Law for GCSE is endorsed by OCR for use with the new OCR GCSE Law specification that will be first taught in September 2009. This new textbook covers all elements of the new specification and places law in the context of students' everyday lives. Covering topics such as the rights and responsibilities of employees, citizens and consumers, as well as understanding the nature of law, this new textbook reflects both the spirit and the style of this innovative new qualification and will help to motivate students and give them every chance of success. Key features: - All topics covered in the order of the specification - Packed with activities and visual aids to learning - Support for and examples of the new assessment methods - Written by a highly experienced team of authors - OCR Law for GCSE is written in an accessible manner and will help prepare students for success

About the Author

Chris Turner LLM is a qualified barrister and Senior Lecturer in law at Wolverhampton University. His other titles include Contract Law, Tort Law and AQA Law for A2, all published by Hodder Education. Andrew Shepherd LLM is Head of Law at John Leggott College, Scunthorpe. Sue Teal LLB is Head of Law at Hurtwood House School, Surrey. Craig Beauman LLM is Programme Manager for Business, Psychology and Law at Newcastle College.

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Paperback
224 pages

Author

Andrew Shepherd, Sue Teal, Craig Beauman, Chris Turner
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th September 2009

ISBN

9780340984307


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