Essential Business Studies A Level: AS Student Book for AQA

Essential Business Studies A Level: AS Student Book for AQA

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By (author) Jonathan Sutherland, By (author) Diane Canwell

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  • Publisher: Folens Publishers UK
  • Format: Undefined | 304 pages
  • Dimensions: 212mm x 281mm x 16mm | 1,185g
  • Publication date: 25 May 2008
  • Publication City/Country: Haddenham
  • ISBN 10: 1850083606
  • ISBN 13: 9781850083603
  • Sales rank: 879,970

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This textbook features a thematic approach with a vibrant and accessible format to fully engage students whilst delivering all the key course content.

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Jonathan Sutherland and Diane Canwell have more than 35 years combined experience, teaching A Level Business Studies to 16-18 year olds and adults. They have authored numerous books in the field of Business Studies and Leisure & Tourism and have produced several flagship titles for a number of publishers.

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A topic on a double side is just right, as some times students can be daunted by loads of pages to go through... The language used is easy to follow, along with incorporating the required business language in an accessible manner... [There are] suggestions on further research which will be encouraging for the more independent students who need that further challenge. It is also good for other students as it provides structured guidance on what the next step could be. Ann Bennett, Teacher review I like the look of [the book] - it's got a very student friendly layout and is well written and readable. TES Business Studies Forum It's got a great range of case studies and I think the theory is really well explained and it follows the spec closely. I totally agree that students will love the layout. It definitely gives us serious food for thought. TES Business Studies Forum