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Religion and Life

Religion and Life

Endorsed by Edexcel, this fifth edition of bestselling series supports the structure, content and assessment requirements of the current Edexcel GCSE in Religious Studies specification A, Unit 1 and 2.

Offers  a clear, accessible structure to guide students through the course.
Titles in this series
Student's Book (Mainstream Edition)
Fully addresses the requirements of the specification in an easy way for your students to understand.
Supports students exam preparation with exam-specific advice, questions and model answers.
eTextbooks
eTextbook editions of Student’s Books enable you to display the zoomable, flickable, searchable pages of textbooks on a whiteboard.
Or encourage your students to study independently with 24/7 access to Religion and Life eTextbooks.
Student's Book (Foundation Edition)
Structured in the same way as the mainstream edition but written at a lower language level to increase accessibility for your students who are working at GCSe english Foundation level.
Fully addresses the requirements of the specification in an easy way for your students to understand.
Teacher's Resources
Teacher's Resource Pack includes lesson plans and worksheets for each topic in the Student’s Book, starters and plenaries for every lesson, end of section assessments and mark schemes.
Fully photocopiable an daccompanied by a CD-ROM containing editable Word files.
Dynamic Learning
Religion and Life Dynamic Learning offers specialist knowledge and advice about the exam and howto teach the course.
Enhances students’ learning with video clips of different faith adherents and authoritative figures talking about the issues from their perspective.
Revision Guides
Aid your students’ learning with features such as key terms and summary boxes. Provide an in-depth focus on evaluation questions for each topic.
Video
Expert author Victor W. Watton answers questions from RE teachers in this exclusive series of video clips.
Victor tackles issues such as the compulsory nature of RE and whether the over-use of textbooks kills off interest...