GCSE Humanities for WJEC by John Clarke, Greg Coleman, Dave Lewis, Rob Quinn
  

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GCSE Humanities for WJEC by John Clarke, Greg Coleman, Dave Lewis, Rob Quinn

Written by an expert author team of experienced examiners and teachers, GCSE Humanities for WJEC is the only textbook you need! Endorsed by WJEC GCSE Humanities for WJEC follows the WJEC Humanities Specification, allowing students to take units in the subject areas of Geography, History and RE, plus a range of cross-curricular themes. All the options in each subject unit are covered. In each unit, the key issues are explored through relevant and up-to-date case studies. Activities throughout each unit aim to support a range of learning styles, as well as developing knowledge and understanding, and the skills of analysis, interpretation and evaluation. Each chapter includes exam-style practice questions and examiner's tips to guide students through the exam process.

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The authors are experienced examiners and teachers of the WJEC Humanities Specification.

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Paperback
216 pages

Author

John Clarke, Greg Coleman, Dave Lewis, Rob Quinn
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Publication date

25th November 2011

ISBN

9781444124248


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