Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies (9-1): Route A
Christianity, Islam and themes
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Paperback / softback
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Number of Pages: 208
Width: 22.1 cm
Height: 1.1 cm
This student book combines clear and comprehensive coverage of the Eduqas specification and features designed to help students develop essential exam skills. Authored by experienced teacher, examiner and CPD presenter, Clare Lloyd, the book provides focused coverage of the study of Christianity and Islam, and themes through the perspective of those religions. Essential content is covered in an accessible and easy to follow format, with commentaries to help explain and give context to sources of wisdom. 'Knowledge recall' and 'Evaluation practice' activities offer regular opportunities for students to retrieve and apply their knowledge. Dedicated skills practice pages packed with exam guidance, questions and exemplars show students how to structure and improve their answers. These include helpful hints and annotated responses to the (d) questions, to help students master key evaluation skills. With an introduction that talks students through what they can expect in their Eduqas exam paper, and supported by an ebook and digital resources on Kerboodle, this course offers a succinct, targeted and complete approach to confidently prepare students for their exams.
This is an expertly written book which not only masterfully presents details of Christianity and Islam but does so in an engaging way - always focused on the Specification. The book comes fully packed with useful features that are sure to speed-up student learning. Particularly outstanding are the skills pages at the end of each chapter: students are presented with examples of exam responses along with fantastic hints and tips on how to improve. This kind of practical and accessible feature gives students the guidance they need and provides teachers with a rich source of material for blended and classroom learning. I'm so impressed with this book that I will be recommending it to every GCSE teacher I know! * Gregory A. Barker, PhD, Fellow at the University of Winchester, Author and Revision Specialist *