GCSE Religious Studies: Religion and Human Experience Based on Christianity and Islam: WJEC B Unit 2 by Ina Taylor
  

Synopsis

GCSE Religious Studies: Religion and Human Experience Based on Christianity and Islam: WJEC B Unit 2 by Ina Taylor

Endorsed by WJEC for use with the legacy 2009 WJEC GCSE Religious Studies B specification. Experienced author Ina Taylor engages students with an enquiry-led approach that encourages debate and thinking.

Reviews

The Oxford text book is absolutely brilliant and means that I can safely hand GCSE classes to non-specialists who quickly become familiar with the exam through using these books. Linda Trounce, Head of RE, Attleborough Academy Norfolk

About the Author

Ina Taylor has many years experience as a Religious Studies teacher and head of department, author, and examiner for major awarding bodies. She is author of Folens KS3 Reflections series.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

Ina Taylor
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Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press
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Publication date

8th March 2010

ISBN

9781850085065


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