Student Unit Guides are perfect for revision. Each guide is written by an examiner and explains the unit requirements, summarises the relevant unit content and includes a series of specimen questions and answers. A Content Guidance section combines an overview of the specific unit or module and the key terms and concepts, with an examiner's interpretation so that students understand precisely what they need to understand and learn, the skills required and the potential pitfalls. A Question and Answer section provides graded answers, typically A and C, to questions which have been set to reflect the style of the unit. All responses are accomnpanied by commentaries which highlight their respective strengths and weaknesses, giving students an insight into the mind of the examiner.
Help your students succeed at AS Level while giving them a passion for geography with student-friendly approaches and exam-driven rigour.
This volume continues the work covered in the first book, Pure Mathematics 1, and is intended to complete a full two year course in Pure Mathematics. It caters for the Pure Mathematics content of most courses in Further Mathematics and also for preparation for the Advanced Extension Award.
Written by senior examiners, Cameron Dunn and Sue Warn, this Edexcel AS Geography Student Unit Guide is the essential study companion for Unit 1: Global Challenges. This full-colour book includes all you need to know to prepare for your unit exam: clear guidance on the content of the unit, with topic summaries, knowledge check questions and a quick-reference index, examiner's advice throughout, so you will know what to expect in the exam and will be able to demonstrate the skills required and exam-style questions, with graded student responses, so you can see clearly what is required to get a better grade.
Endorsed by University of Cambridge International Examinations. Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism has been written specifically for the Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism syllabus. Sections have been split into units, each dealing with a particular topic, and are cross-referenced to other units wherever appropriate. This new title contains a wide variety of activities and questions to check and facilitate students' understanding, as well as case studies and illustrative examples encouraging subject-based knowledge and a truly international approach.
This text is structured in a problem-solution format that requires the student to think through the programming process. New to the second edition are additional chapters on suffix trees, games and strategies, and Huffman coding as well as an Appendix illustrating the ease of conversion from Pascal to C.
Fully updated to cover the 2017 CCEA Home Economics: Food and Nutrition GCSE specification, this new edition of the market-leading textbook will guide your students through the content, prepare them for assessment and help you deliver an engaging, cost-effective Home Economics: Food and Nutrition course. - Ensures your students understand even the most challenging topics such as nutrition and consumer law with clear, accessible explanations of all subject content and simple definitions of key words - Helps students apply their understanding of food and nutrition with engaging and cost-effective practical food preparation and cooking activities - Differentiates with stretch and challenge activities to ensure progression and to challenge more able learners - Prepares students for Controlled Assessment with guidance on the Practical Food and Nutrition task - Supports exam preparation with advice on preparing for the written paper and practice exam-style questions throughout
Edexcel's own resources for the GCE 2008 specifications.
All statistics and case studies use current up-to-date information and are taken from a wide variety of international contexts. The student revision CD is a valuable tool for individual revision.
In this book the editors have provided a broad view of the many pressures imposed by human-induced changes and the many threats to global biodiversity and of the policy responses required to combat them.
The rise of new and dynamic low cost airlines is currently Europe's biggest business success story. This title provides an analysis of this unexpected aviation business phenomenon and investigates the entrepreneurs who took the risks. This new edition also looks at how these companies have spread around the world.
A Social History of English is the first history of the English language to utilize the techniques, insights and concerns of sociolinguistics. Written in a non-technical way, it takes into account standardization, pidginization, bi- and multilingualism, the issues of language maintenance and language loyalty, and linguistic variation. This new edition has been fully revised. Additions include: * new material about 'New Englishes' across the world * a new chapter entitled 'A Critical Linguistic History of English Texts' * a discussion of problems involved in writing a history of English All terms and concepts are explained as they are introduced, and linguistic examples are chosen for their accessibility and intelligibility to the general reader. It will be of interest to students of Sociolinguistics, English Language, History and Cultural Studies.
Contemporary Case Studies feature up-to-date case studies on key topics in AS and A2 Geography. Written by highly experienced authors, examiners and teachers, each title opens with an introductory framework that identifies the relevant key concepts and then follows with a series of short cases that include succinct analysis of the issues raised. In the Using case studies boxes, specific questions are posed and examiner guidance is provided on how the material can be used to tackle them; exercises based on one or more of the case studies are also included. The concluding section provides more detailed advice on making the most of the case studies in the examination.
Contemporary Case Studies feature up-to-date case studies on key topics in AS and A2 Geography. Written by highly experienced authors, examiners and teachers, each title opens with an introductory framework that identifies the relevant key concepts and then follows with a series of short cases that include succinct analysis of the issues raised. In the Using case studies boxes, specific questions are posed and examiner guidance is provided on how the material can be used to tackle them; exercises based on one or more of the case studies are also included. The concluding section provides more detailed advice on making the most of the case studies in the examination.
Covers all core units and a good selection of popular specialist units and includes a range of up-to-date case studies to ensure students see the relevance of theory in real-life contexts.
The aim of this book is to provide detailed coverage of the topics in the new OCR AS and A Level Computer Science specifications H046 / H446. The book is divided into twelve sections and within each section, each chapter covers material that can comfortably be taught in one or two lessons. Material that is applicable only to the second year of the full A Level is clearly marked. Sometimes this may include an entire chapter and at other times, just a small part of a chapter. Each chapter contains exercises and questions, some new and some from past examination questions. Answers to all these are available to teachers only in a free Teacher's Pack which can be ordered from our website www.pgonline.co.uk. This book has been written to cover the topics which will be examined in the written papers at both AS and A Level. Sections 10, 11 and 12 relate principally to problem solving skills, with programming techniques covered in sufficient depth to allow students to answer questions in Component 02. Pseudocode, rather than any specific programming language, is used in the algorithms given in the text. Sample Python programs which implement many of the algorithms are included in a folder with the Teacher's Pack.

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