GCSE Religious Studies for Edexcel Religion and Life and Religion and Society by Diane Kolka
  

Synopsis

GCSE Religious Studies for Edexcel Religion and Life and Religion and Society by Diane Kolka

An exciting, active approach to Units 1 and 8 for Edexcel GCSE Religious Studies in one book. This title provides a range of activities targeted at both assessment objectives of the specification, making sure all your students' needs are supported. - Offers the most popular choice of religions - Christianity and Islam - Encourages an active learning approach, developing students' thinking and enquiry skills - Vibrant content allows your students to engage with the topics Visit hoddereducation.co.uk to view sample chapters CONTENTS: Unit 1: Religion and life 1. Believing in God 2. Matters of life and death 3. Marriage and family life 4. Religion and community cohesion Unit 8: Religion and society 5. Religion: rights and responsibilities 6. Religion: environmental and medical issues 7. Religion: peace and conflict 8. Religion: crime and punishment

About the Author

Diane Kolka is an experienced RE teacher and author. She is the co-author of Religion and Life: Christianity, GCSE Catholic Christianity for Edexcel and our KS3 RE series, Religions to InspiRE: Christianity, Roman Catholic Christianity and Buddhism.

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Format

Paperback
256 pages

Author

Diane Kolka
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

25th May 2012

ISBN

9781444164459


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