Directions Pupils' Book 2 by Ina Taylor


Directions Pupils' Book 2 by Ina Taylor

Directions gives you all the material you need to teach the scheme of work. The three books follow the scheme of work precisely and contain: plenty of challenging ideas and a huge variety of tasks to develop knowledge and understanding across a wide ability range; a real balance of learning about and learning from religion through activities; plentiful use of quotations, allowing pupils to get to grips with interpretation; regular development of pupils' knowledge and correct use of specialist terminology (level 4); and website addresses and plenty of opportunities for the use of ICT support for Citizenship at key stage 3.

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128 pages
Interest Age: Age 11-14yrs


Ina Taylor
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Publication date

23rd April 2002



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