AQA GCSE Home Economics Child Development by Sandy Green, Amy-Leigh Dickinson, Sheila Monkhouse
  

AQA GCSE Home Economics Child Development

Written by Sandy Green, Amy-Leigh Dickinson, Sheila Monkhouse
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AQA GCSE Home Economics Child Development by Sandy Green, Amy-Leigh Dickinson, Sheila Monkhouse

This AQA approved student book is written for the AQA's GCSE Home Economics: Child Development specification, with real emphasis on developing students' child study skills. Offers support and guidance for Controlled Assessment with a dedicated section to develop the investigative and analytical skills required, as well as providing support for teaching this new element. Includes practice questions, specimen answers and study tips to help prepare students for their exams. Sandy Green is a highly regarded author, trainer and experienced teacher in the field of Child Development.

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Format

Paperback
240 pages

Author

Sandy Green, Amy-Leigh Dickinson, Sheila Monkhouse
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press

Publication date

20th July 2009

ISBN

9781408504147


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