Home Economics: Online Teacher Resource: AQA Child Development for GCSE

Home Economics: Online Teacher Resource: AQA Child Development for GCSE

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By (author) Doreen Tombs, By (author) Carolyn Meggitt, By (author) Jessica Walker, By (author) Valerie Hall

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  • Publisher: HODDER EDUCATION
  • Format: Online resource | 1 pages
  • Dimensions: 109mm x 219mm x 1mm |
  • Publication date: 29 January 2010
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 034098533X
  • ISBN 13: 9780340985335
  • Illustrations note: 30 colour halftones; 30 colour line drawings

Product description

Home Economics: AQA Child Development for GCSE Online Teacher's Resource is a comprehensive support package for teachers delivering this AQA qualification. Written by an expert author to match the new AQA specification, this resource contains materials that will support lesson planning, help students to engage with key topics in the specification, and to understand and prepare for assessment. Each section contains guidance on delivering this specification, schemes of work, and PowerPoint presentations for teachers. There are also resources for lesson starters, practical activities, student worksheets and whole class activities. A section on assessment will help you prepare students for short tasks, and the written paper, through sample answers, research tasks and interactive multiple choice tests on each unit. Contents include: Part 1: Parenthood; Part 2: Pregnancy; Part 3: Diet, health and care of the child; Part 4: Development of the child

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Doreen Tombs is a Moderator for AQA GCSE and ELC Child Development and has many years experience of teaching the subject.

Table of contents

1. Parenthood 2. Pregnancy 3. Diet, health and care of the child 4. Development of the child 5. Support for the parent and child