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Philosophy Through Christianity for OCR GCSE Religious Studies

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Philosophy Through Christianity for OCR GCSE Religious Studies: Religious Studies B by Lorraine Abbott
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This book can be used to deliver the short course for OCR GCSE RS B in philosophy. It delivers the course through Christianity only, and therefore provides an in depth look at the issues in question. The text is delivered through a range of activities to engage the students and also have questions and tips to develop examination skills. Personal accounts of beliefs and experiences intersperse the main text to allow students to relate to the material they are reading. Each unit is summarised in the form of revision 'cards' to give students a 'snapshot look' at what they have just learned and need to learn for the exam.

Author Biography

Lorraine Abbott is an experienced RE teacher.
Release date NZ
October 26th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Hodder Murray
Pages
120
Dimensions
212x276x9
ISBN-13
9780340916773
Product ID
1655614

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