Religion for Common Entrance 13+

Religion for Common Entrance 13+

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Overview

Trust the experts; let Religious Studies specialists Susan Grenfell and Michael Wilcockson guide you through the new World Religions content of the 2018 ISEB Theology, Philosophy and Religion syllabus for Common Entrance 13+.
- Enables students to develop and review their knowledge through discussion points and a variety of activities designed to encourage active research and engagement
- Builds the skills that students need for the exam by providing questions that focus on the three assessment objectives
- Boosts students' confidence approaching assessment with exam-style practice questions at the end of each section
- Offers a flexible route through the new syllabus with clear coverage of all six world religions

This Student Book is fully supported by the accompanying Teacher Resource Book, which contains helpful Teachers' Overviews for each chapter, guidance on delivering the content and classroom-ready worksheets.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781510419568
Publisher: Hodder Education
Publication date: 12/31/2018
Sold by: Hachette Digital, Inc.
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 36 MB
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Age Range: 11 - 14 Years

About the Author

Susan Grenfell started teaching in secondary schools and moved to working in Prep schools in the 1990s. She has a Bachelor of Education degree from Oxford and a diploma in Special Needs from Kingston. She was Head of Special needs at Caldicott School where she also taught RS at scholarship level. She developed a study skills programme there which has been widely used and she has given lectures in study skills to leavers at many Prep Schools. For ten years she was head of RS at St Hugh's School, Faringdon before retiring and taking up writing full time. She has spoken at teachers' conferences on teaching RS at Common Entrance and is a member of the SACRE in Oxford, where she lives with her husband. She is a governor of a local Primary School.

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