Learning for Life and Work: Local and Global Citizenship for CCEA GCSE by Paula McCullough
  

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Learning for Life and Work: Local and Global Citizenship for CCEA GCSE by Paula McCullough

This visually striking book is one of a series of three resources specially written to cover CCEA's revised GCSE Learning for Life and Work specification. Written in a clear and engaging style, this book is suitable for a broad range of abilities, making complex issues accessible as well as offering practical advice. Students are encouraged to explore issues through activities, questions, discussion starters, news items, information files and case studies. Additionally, each chapter concludes with an 'exam focus' featuring sample questions and examiner's tips. This book prepares students for assessment and encourages them to apply their learning to real life situations, providing practical tools to think independently, make informed choices and act responsibly in today's world.

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Format

Paperback

Author

Paula McCullough
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Publisher

Colourpoint Books

Publication date

20th March 2011

ISBN

9781906578718


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