AQA A2 Philosophy (häftad)
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Hodder Education
243 x 170 x 17 mm
762 g
AQA A2 Philosophy (häftad)

AQA A2 Philosophy

Häftad Engelska, 2015-08-28
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Exam Board: AQA Level: AS/A-level Subject: Philosophy First Teaching: September 2014 First Exam: June 2016 Motivate students to think philosophically with this accessible and imaginative guide for the latest specification, brought to you by the market-leading A-level publisher. Written by the authors of our bestselling AQA AS Philosophy textbook, this title covers both A2 units, Ethics and Philosophy of Mind, using the same clear style and modern examples throughout. - Cements knowledge and understanding of complex philosophical concepts through detailed coverage of key topics, student-friendly language and explanatory diagrams - Develops students' analytical skills and their own philosophical viewpoints using a variety of thought-provoking practical activities and tasks - Helps students to engage with the anthology texts at the back of the book with clear prompts in every chapter - Stretches high achievers through signposted extension material that enhances high-level critical thinking skills - Draws on the author team's extensive practical teaching experience to provide a coherent and stimulating route through the 2014 specification
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This book is essential when teaching the new A2 philosophy spec and contains a variety of activities to engage students thinking. It is much clearer and detailed than the official textbook and provides students with a valuable resource for the entirety of the course. -- Rachel Jowett * Abigail Lambert *

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Gerald Jones is Head of Humanities at the Mary Ward Centre, a DfES beacon college in central London. Gerald has also lectured in philosophy and critical thinking since 1990, and at the Institute of Education since 1996. He has a particular interest in the subtler and more nebulous skills and processes of adult education - and in harnessing tutor power through teacher-led think tanks. He has developed a games-based approach to teaching philosophy that has made it accessible to a wider range of learners, from the under-8s to the over-80s. He has published several books including Exploring Ethics, Gatekeepers, Midwives and Fellow Travellers and a series of six philosophy books for Hodder. He is currently on sabbatical, with his family, in Sydney, Australia.