Social Science

OCR Sociology Student Guide 1: Socialisation, Culture and Identity with Family

Author: Steve Chapman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 96

View: 815

Written by experienced teacher Steve Chapman, this Student Guide for Sociology: - Identifies the key content you need to know with a concise summary of topics examined in the AS and A-level specifications - Enables you to measure your understanding with exam tips and knowledge check questions, with answers at the end of the guide - Helps you to improve your exam technique with sample answers to exam-style questions - Develops your independent learning skills with content you can use for further study and research Contents Section A: Introducing socialisation, culture and identity - What is culture - What is socialisation? - What is identity? Section B: Option 1: Families and relationships - How diverse are modern families? - To what extent are roles and relationships within families and households changing? Questions & Answers
Study Aids

OCR Sociology Student Guide 4: Debates: Globalisation and the digital social world; Education

Author: Steve Chapman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Study Aids

Page: 96

View: 675

Reinforce students' understanding throughout the course. Clear topic summaries with sample questions and answers will help to improve exam technique to achieve higher grades. Written by experienced authors Steve Chapman, Katherine Roberts and Lesley Connor, this Student Guide will help to: - Identify key content with a concise summary of topics examined in the 2015 OCR A Level Sociology specification - Measure understanding with exam tips and knowledge check questions, with answers at the end of the guide - Develop independent learning skills with content that can be used for further study and research - Improve exam technique with sample graded answers to exam-style questions
Social Science

OCR Sociology Student Guide 2: Researching and understanding social inequalities

Author: Steve Chapman

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 96

View: 976

Written by experienced teacher Steve Chapman, this Student Guide for Sociology: - Identifies the key content you need to know with a concise summary of topics examined in the AS and A-level specifications - Enables you to measure your understanding with exam tips and knowledge check questions, with answers at the end of the guide - Helps you to improve your exam technique with sample answers to exam-style questions - Develops your independent learning skills with content you can use for further study and research Contents Section A: Research methods and researching social inequalities - What is the relationship between theory and methods? - What are the main stages of the research process? - Which methods are used in sociological research? Section B: Understanding social inequalities - What are the main patterns and trends in social inequality and difference? - How can patterns and trends in social inequality and difference be explained?
Education

AQA A Level Sociology Student Book 1 (AQA A Level Sociology)

Author: Steve Chapman

Publisher: Collins Learning

ISBN:

Category: Education

Page: 460

View: 775

This 4th edition of Collins’ respected AQA A-level Sociology series is updated for the 2015 AQA Sociology specifications. Covering AS and Year 1 of A-level, it will help students master the knowledge and skills they need to excel in their study and engage with contemporary society. This Student Book is approved by AQA.
Psychology

OCR Sociology for A Level

Author: Sue Brisbane

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Psychology

Page: 264

View: 231

Our experienced author team combines detailed focus with engaging activities to develop students knowledge and sociological skills throughout the course. -Build knowledge and understanding of key concepts in a contemporary context, including globalisation and the digital social world - Engaging activities develop essential sociological skills - Practice and extension exercises reinforce learning and prepare students for their exams
Science

CCEA AS Biology Student Unit Guide New Edition: Unit 1 Molecules and Cells

Author: John Campton

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 112

View: 865

Written by a senior examiner, John Campton, this CCEA AS Biology Student Unit Guide is the essential study companion for Unit 1: Molecules and Cells.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 exam-style questions, with graded student responses, so you can see clearly what is required to get a better grade
Science

OCR(A) A2 Chemistry Student Unit Guide: Unit F325 Equilibria, Energetics and Elements

Author: Mike Smith

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Science

Page: 112

View: 172

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. There are three sections to each guide: Introduction - includes advice on how to use the guide, an explanation of the skills being tested by the assessment objectives, an outline of the unit or module and, depending on the unit, suggestions for how to revise effectively and prepare for the examination questions. Content Guidance - provides an examiner's overview of the module's key terms and concepts and identifies opportunities to exhibit the skills required by the unit. It is designed to help students to structure their revision and make them aware of the concepts they need to understand the exam and how they might analyse and evaluate topics. Question and Answers - sample questions and with graded answers which have been carefully written to reflect the style of the unit. All responses are accompanied by commentaries which highlight their respective strengths and weaknesses, giving students an insight into the mind of the examiner.