AQA Home Economics for GCSE Child Development - Controlled Assessment by Valerie Hall, Heather Brennard
  

AQA Home Economics for GCSE Child Development - Controlled Assessment

Written by Valerie Hall, Heather Brennard
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AQA Home Economics for GCSE Child Development - Controlled Assessment by Valerie Hall, Heather Brennard

Understand the requirements of the controlled assessment with this indispensable guide. Tackle the AQA GCSE Child Development controlled assessment with this clear guide which supports all aspects of the assessment and is designed to motivate and engage students. This resource is written by examination experts who have included full information on how to plan, carry out and write up your activities and observations. It also contains valuable information on the assessment criteria and controlled assessment outlines. - Know what you should be doing next with the step-by-step approach - Get the highest quality guidance possible with expert insight and advice

About the Author

Valerie Hall is chief examiner for AQA GCSE. Heather Brennand is principal moderator for AQA GCSE

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Format

Paperback
152 pages

Author

Valerie Hall, Heather Brennard
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th February 2011

ISBN

9781444122480


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