AQA A-level Philosophy Year 1 and AS (häftad)
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Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
496
Utgivningsdatum
2017-06-30
Förlag
Hodder Education
Dimensioner
275 x 219 x 20 mm
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1390 g
ISBN
9781510400252
AQA A-level Philosophy Year 1 and AS (häftad)

AQA A-level Philosophy Year 1 and AS

Epistemology and Moral Philosophy

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Exam Board: AQA Level: AS/A-level Subject: Philosophy First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June 2017 Enable students to critically engage with the new 2017 AQA specifications with this accessible Student Book that covers the key concepts and philosophical arguments, offers stimulating activities, provides a key text anthology and assessment guidance. - Cements understanding of complex philosophical concepts and encourages students to view ideas from different approaches through clear and detailed coverage of key topics. - Strengthens students' analytical skills to develop their own philosophical interpretations using a variety of inventive and thought-provoking practical activities and tasks. - Encourages students to engage with the anthology texts, with references throughout and relevant extracts provided at the back of the book for ease of teaching and studying. - Stretches students' conceptual analysis with extension material. - Helps AS and A-level students to approach their exams with confidence with assessment guidance and support tailored to the AQA requirements.
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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.