OCR General Studies for A Level Unit 1 Workbook (Single): The Cultural and Social DomainsPaperback OCR General Studies
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- Publisher: HODDER EDUCATION
- Format: Paperback | 96 pages
- Dimensions: 173mm x 241mm x 6mm | 180g
- Publication date: 30 October 2009
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 0340968192
- ISBN 13: 9780340968192
- Sales rank: 1,309,077
A workbook to support students preparing for OCRs General Studies AS Level Unit 1 exam. Unit 1 of AS covers the Social Domain and Arts, Culture and the Humanities - and consists of some data-response, short answer questions and some extended writing. This workbook is designed for independent study or classroom use. It progressively builds the skills needed for this examination. It builds students confidence and helps them to improve their grade through knowing exactly what kind of answers are required. It is the short answer questions where students most often lose the most marks through not understanding what is required.
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Paul Fletcher is a Senior Examiner with a major awarding body and leads the General Studies programme at Urmston Grammar School in Manchester.
I bought this together with the unit 2 book for my son to self-study as he needed to ensure he got extra UCAS points to get into Uni this September. After seeing how good they were, I got my school to purchase a class set to use in lessons - we had the best General Studies results ever in August. These workbooks are all you need; every section is set out clearly and there are many exam style questions to get the students successfully through the course. S Wood, 5 star Amazon review
Table of contents
1.1 Political systems, processes and goals 1.2 Social and economic trends and constraints 1.3 Explanation and evaluation of human behaviour 1.4 Beliefs, values and moral reasoning 1.5 Media and communications 1 1.6 Creativity and innovation