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by Anne Jordon

eBook Christianity  Moral Issues (GCSE for You) download ISBN: 0748740392
Author: Anne Jordon
Publisher: Nelson Thornes (July 1, 1999)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1583 kb
Fb2: 1917 kb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: docx mbr txt lit
Category: Teenager
Subcategory: Education and Reference

Gcse Re for You book.

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We want your experience with World of Books Australia to be enjoyable and problem free. Designed for use with the most popular GCSE exam board syllabuses, it is written by an experienced Head of RE. It offers large and diverse range of source material. Each month we recycle over . million books, saving over 12,500 tonnes of books a year from going straight into landfill sites. Students' interest is captured by the interesting page design and strong, colorful presentation.

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by Anne Jordan and Neil Lockyer. GCSE RE for You: Christianity and Moral Issues (GCSE for You). Eligible for FREE UK Delivery. Truth Spirituality and Contempory Issues: Study Guide for AQA GCSE Religious Studies B: Specification B, Unit 4 for AQA GCSE RE B (AQA GCSE RS). 17 Apr 2003. 1 (9 used & new offers). Christianity: Christianity (GCSE RE for You).

The full colour student book is accompanied by a study guide designed specifically for use with this specification. This will enable students to consolidate their learning and build towards exam success.

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Written for the AQA GCSE Religious Studies B specification, the student book covers Worship and Key . Simply reserve online and pay at the counter when you collect. Thank you for your reservation.

Written for the AQA GCSE Religious Studies B specification, the student book covers Worship and Key Beliefs in all six major religions. Key terms reinforce learning, providing definitions of key words that students need to be familiar with.

GCSE RE for You: Christianity is part of the popular GCSE RE for You series. It offers a thorough introduction to each topic and tests pupils' knowledge through a range of activities and exam-style questions. The content and style motivates students and makes RE a more interesting option within schools.

Four lessons created for Edexcel legacy GCSE Religious Studies, but would be suitable for most new specifications . Includes lessons introducing abortion and euthanasia as moral issues - including why they are contentious and case studies.

Four lessons created for Edexcel legacy GCSE Religious Studies, but would be suitable for most new specifications and KS3. Also includes two lessons applying Christian attitudes to the moral issues. Includes power points, information sheets, homework tasks and assessment opportunities.

Mixed-ability groups can use the resource simultaneously as the text offers a more accessible language level, differentiation and progression within the activities. The resources are designed for use with the most popular GCSE exam board syllabuses. For example, "Christianity and Moral Issues" is suitable for NEAB Syllabus B. Teachers can be assured the activities are achievable and accessible as the author, an experienced Head of RE, has tested them over many years. Pupils will be engaged and motivated by the interesting page design and strong, colourful presentation. Pupil texts uniquely include the full scripture passages and quotations, avoiding the need for separate Bible texts.