Christianity (Religious Studies For Ocr Gcse Series)
Written by examiners and endorsed by OCR, this text is useful for the new 2001 GCSE specification long and short courses. It provides material on moral and ethical questions such as* is the role of the family changing?; how is...
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Written by examiners and endorsed by OCR, this text is useful for the new 2001 GCSE specification long and short courses. It provides material on moral and ethical questions such as* is the role of the family changing?; how is human life valued?; why do people discriminate?; and what are basic human rights? The book includes sample exam questions, guidance on answers, practical teaching and learning skills, and features to develop key skills.
An exciting new book exploring Christianity and providing material on Christian beliefs and practices. The book covers Rites of Passage, Christianity in the family and the community, pilgrimage, and places of worship. Written by an examiner, and endorsed by OCR, this new book is part of a GCSE series put together for both long and short course GCSEs in Religious Studies. Fully addressing the new World Religion specifications, each book provides: Practical teaching and learning ideas that provide fresh approaches to GCSE Religious Studies teaching. Stimulating material on moral and ethical questions. Practice examination questions and guidance on how to answer them. Links to citizenships. Ideas for ICT based activities. Opportunities for the development of Key Skills.
- Festivals, Fasts And Special Days
- Major Divisions And Interpretations
- Places And Forms Of Worship
- Religion In The Family And The Community
- Rites Of Passage
- Sacred Writings.