OCR GCSE Home Economics Child Development Student Book by Jean Marshall, Sue Stuart, Lindsey Robins
  

OCR GCSE Home Economics Child Development Student Book

Written by Jean Marshall, Sue Stuart, Lindsey Robins
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OCR GCSE Home Economics Child Development Student Book by Jean Marshall, Sue Stuart, Lindsey Robins

Written by experts and fully updated and extended to reflect the revised OCR GCSE specification, this Student Book is written by experts in the field. It offers complete coverage of the requirements for controlled assessment, and provides material to cater for student differentiation. Our popular Exam Cafe feature is included at the end of each unit to aid exam preparation. Content is matched to the unit structure of the revised syllabus, and new Talk About It and Think About It activities are ideal for class discussions, group work or homework. Grade Studio features provide focused support to help students to build the skills they need.

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Format

Paperback
168 pages

Author

Jean Marshall, Sue Stuart, Lindsey Robins
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

1st April 2009

ISBN

9780435849214


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