KINDLE [GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Hinduism]

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  • GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Hinduism
  • Mary Horsley
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  • 15 June 2019
  • 0198370350

Mary Horsley ☆ 9 Read

Review GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Hinduism Characters Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Mary Horsley Mary Horsley ☆ 9 Read And study tips to develop understanding in the classroom or at home There is also further assessment guidance throughout the book offering revision checklists practice uestions and sample answer activities to support the new uestion type. Very good book and relevant for exam preparation

Review GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: HinduismGCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Hinduism

Review GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Hinduism Characters Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Mary Horsley Mary Horsley ☆ 9 Read G students understand what they need to know Case studies provide a real life story or perspective showing Hinduism as it is practised today and offering contemporary ethical issues for debate The book includes a range of activity types. Lacks the depth reuired to produce higher level extended answers Some topics such as Brahman Nirguna Surguna and Vaikuntha covered in little than a sentence I would worry that if students were to use this exclusively when studying this aspect of GCSE RS then they would not gain the knowledge needed to pass tye course

Characters Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Mary Horsley

Review GCSE Religious Studies for AQA A: Hinduism Characters Ö E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Mary Horsley Mary Horsley ☆ 9 Read This Student Book has been approved by AA This textbook offers a tried and tested approach to cover the study of Hinduism and thematic studies from the perspective of Hinduism Each chapter sets clear objectives and topic summaries helpin. In most sections this is a useful textbook and is clearly laid out for students to use The sample uestions at the end of each chapter are helpful and most of the key terms are clearly defined and explained The main issue however is that some sections of the specification are barely covered they are mentioned in the revision checklist at the end of the chapter but not addressed in the main body of the textbook This is the only textbook available for the new GCSE and so we have very little choice in deciding to use it but it is very frustrating to discover that despite being AA approved it does not contain all the necessary course information and material