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Oxford A Level Religious Studies for OCR: AS and Year 1 Student Book: Christianity, Philosophy and Ethics

New Christianity, Philosophy and Ethics resources for A Level OCR

Author Libby Ahluwalia and Author Robert Bowie

Suitable for:  Students studying the new OCR A Level in Religious Studies from 2016

Price:  £27.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-839285-9
Publication date: 27/10/2016
Paperback: 440 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

Oxford A Level Religious Studies for OCR is a brand new course developed by renowned authors Libby Ahluwalia and Robert Bowie for the 2016 OCR specification. This textbook has been endorsed by OCR and supports a deep engagement with philosophy, ethics and the study of Christianity using an approach accessible to all students.


Features

  • Strong author team of Libby Ahluwalia (who wrote OUP's Understanding Philosophy of Religion) and Robert Bowie (author of OUP's Ethical Studies: Second Edition)
  • This Student Book has been endorsed by OCR
  • Comprehensive coverage of the new specification, offering reasonable detail to access the highest grades, but using accessible language
  • Key terms help students get to grips with difficult terminology
  • Case studies and illustrative examples give students a practical understanding of complex theoretical ideas
  • Activities include Think points to encourage students to formulate their own opinions, and more structured Apply your knowledge activities
  • Includes opportunities for students to engage with primary texts
  • Dedicated pages at the end of each chapter to support revision and the development of essay writing skills
  • Includes practice questions to prepare students for the exam
  • Teacher support for delivering the new specification is available online

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