OCR A Level Religious Studies: Philosophy of Religion
Engage students with the 'Philosophy of Religion' content for OCR A Level Religious Studies; build their knowledge, deepen their understanding and develop their skills using this accessible textbook, brought to you by subject specialists with examining experience and the leading A Level Religious Studies publisher and OCR's Publishing Partner.- Confidently cover the content your students need to know in an appropriate level of depth with this component textbook that has been written in light of what has been learned from from the first assessment- Enable students to develop and hone the AO2 skills they need, with Analyse and Evaluate tables in every topic outlining the key evaluation points- Help students of all ability levels to build their subject knowledge with key content explained clearly throughout using accessible language- Engage students with the content; each topic begins with a real-life example which puts the content into context and has discussion points throughout to get students actively thinking about key concepts- Encourage students to critically engage with challenging issues and ideas; core, stretch and challenge activities at the end of every topic help students to develop a comprehensive and nuanced understanding- Provide students with the opportunity to check their knowledge and practise exam questions with the 'Wrap-up' section at the end of each topic
- 2020 Karen Dean, Julian Waterfield, Chris Eyre
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