This is RE! Teacher's Resource Book by Cath Large
  

Synopsis

This is RE! Teacher's Resource Book by Cath Large

The This is RE! course for Key Stage 3 offers coverage of the QCA schemes of work through an enquiry-based approach. This Teacher's Resource Book accompanies Book One of the Pupil's Books, which is designed for Year 7 pupils and seeks to: highlight and develop use of literacy within Key Stage 3; provide tasks that pupils should enjoy; offer extensive differentiation; reflect the genuine diversity of religion in the UK; combine learning about religion (AT1) with learning from religion (AT2); and offer integrated opportunities for realistic assessment. This Teacher's Resource Book supports each major task in the Pupil's Book, providing time-saving copy masters and further help with differentiation. The detailed notes give advice on issues of course planning such as assessment using the eight-level scale, the literacy framework, the national framework and ICT.

About the Author

Cath Large has been a Head of RE and an adviser with Bedfordshire LEA. She is an experienced OFSTED inspector.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Cath Large
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Publisher

Hodder Murray an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

27th November 2002

ISBN

9780719575204


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