OCR General Studies for A Level: Workbook Unit 3: Domain Exploration - Applying Synoptic Skills

OCR General Studies for A Level: Workbook Unit 3: Domain Exploration - Applying Synoptic Skills

Paperback OCR General Studies

By (author) John Pearce


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  • Format: Paperback | 96 pages
  • Dimensions: 171mm x 241mm x 8mm | 214g
  • Publication date: 26 March 2010
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0340968214
  • ISBN 13: 9780340968215
  • Sales rank: 1,344,629

Product description

A workbook to support students preparing for OCR's General Studies AS Level Unit 3. Unit 3 of A2 is synoptic - it draws on content from each domain but develops thinking and analytical skills - and is assessed by essay 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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Author information

John Pearce formerly taught at Newcastle University. He is a Senior Examiner for a major awarding body.

Table of contents

3.1 Examination and appreciation of ideologies and values in society 3.2 The nature of objectivity in social science 3.3 The relationship between law, society and ethics 3.4 Religious belief and experience 3.5 Media and communications 2 3.6 Understanding and appreciation of the changing nature and importance of culture 3.7 Aesthetic evaluation 3.8 The nature of scientific objectivity and the question of progress 3.9 Social, ethical and environmental implications and consequences of scientific discoveries and technological developments 3.10 The moral responsibility of scientists 3.11 The relationship between technology, science, society and ideology