Religious Studies for Common Entrance Pupil's Book by Susan Grenfell
  

Synopsis

Religious Studies for Common Entrance Pupil's Book by Susan Grenfell

An authoritative textbook to prepare pupils for the compulsory sections of the Independent Schools Examination Board's (ISEB) Common Entrance Religious Studies examination. Updated and revised to reflect the latest syllabus, this book covers all the nominated Old Testament and New Testament texts through an investigative approach, providing active learning for the classroom as well as tasks for independent study and revision. - Covers all the nominated Old Testament and New Testament texts throughout an investigative approach - Provides activities for the classroom as well as tasks for independent study and revision - Covers each text throughout three components: encounter, understand and apply

About the Author

Susan Grenfell, an experienced RE teacher, is Head of Religious Education at St Hugh's Preparatory School, Faringdon. She is on the executive committee of the Independent Schools Religious Studies Association and she also runs prep school study skills courses. Consultant Adviser Michael Wilcockson is the Chief Setter for Common Entrance Religious Studies and Head of Divinity at Eton College, as well as an established author of textbooks for GCSE and A level Religious Studies.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
168 pages

Author

Susan Grenfell
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th March 2011

ISBN

9781444124255


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