Friday Afternoon Religious Studies GCSE Resource Pack + CD by Lorraine Abbott
  

Synopsis

Friday Afternoon Religious Studies GCSE Resource Pack + CD by Lorraine Abbott

This resource pack provides a range of fun and engaging revision activities, allowing students to apply their knowledge using a variety of learning styles, and to reinforce their understanding of key concepts. - Activities based on popular games including bingo, dominoes and a range of card games - The pack is fully photocopiable so can be used over and over again, and is provided in both ring binder and CD formats - Activities can be adapted for individual, paired or group work

About the Author

Lorraine Abbott is a Head of Religious Education and has been teaching for over 10 years. She spent several years as an assistant examiner for OCR before writing two GCSE textbooks. She has recently been developing a new award, in conjuntion with the Guildford Diocese, that offers a practical approach to KS4 Religious Education.

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Format

Spiral bound
Contains Spiral bound and CD-ROM
200 pages

Author

Lorraine Abbott
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Publisher

Philip Allan Updates an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

30th April 2010

ISBN

9781444110418


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