Are Girls Smarter Than Boys? by Kate Shuster, Neil Morris, Andrew Langley, John Meany
  

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Are Girls Smarter Than Boys? by Kate Shuster, Neil Morris, Andrew Langley, John Meany

This series looks at some of the burning issues of the day, encouraging critical thinking, evaluation of evidence and independent opinion forming.This series teaches young people to think for themselves, providing case studies, historical context and individual opinions but not a specific right and wrong. Each topic also acts as a springboard for a discussion of related issues.It provides a range of viewpoints to encourage critical thinking. It includes simple activities and exercises to provide practical advice and examples of critical and creative thinking skills. It contains a mixture of text types, including recounts, reports, discussions and persuasion text.

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Format

Hardback
56 pages
Interest Age: 13-15 years

Author

Kate Shuster, Neil Morris, Andrew Langley, John Meany
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Publisher

Heinemann Library an imprint of Capstone Global Library Ltd
www.heinemannlibrary.co.uk

Publication date

14th August 2008

ISBN

9780431111957


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