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Religious Studies


WJEC/Eduqas RS for Yr 2/A2 - Christianity Revision Guide

Author(s): Gregory A. Barker


awarding body: WJEC/Eduqas


level: A2 & Year 2


isbn: 978-1-911208-98-3


subject: Religious Studies


Pages: 104


£12.99



       

Written by Gregory A. Barker this innovative new Revision Guide provides students with an effective way to recall and revise the comprehensive content of their Religious Studies A Level Year 2 and A2 course.

 

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Successful revision through an innovative and proven ‘Trigger’ approach

Students will develop the skills required to manage the essential information from the course, and transfer everything they have learned into the exam

Revision activities help students unpack their knowledge and prepare for the exam

Sample answers for AO1 and AO2 exam-style questions, with expert insight and advice on creating an effective answer

Synoptic Links show how other areas of the specification can enhance or support answers


Contents:

Theme 1: Religious figures and sacred texts

D: Bible as a source of wisdom and authority

E: The early church in Acts

F: Two views of Jesus

Theme 3: Social and historical developments

A: Attitudes toward wealth

B: Migration and Christianity in the UK

C: Feminist theology and the changing role of men and women

D: Challenges from secularisation

E: Challenges from science

F: Pluralism and diversity in Christianity

Theme 4: Religious practices and religious identity

D: Religious identity through unification

E: Religious identity through religious experience

F: Religious identity through responses to poverty and injustice

Using Triggers to create exam answers

Synoptic links

AO1 responses: essential guidance

AO2 responses: essential guidance

Index

 

About the authors:

Gregory A. Barker is a Fellow at the University of Winchester and a former Head of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Wales. Greg is also a published author, CPD presenter and also hosts revision events for students and teachers at schools across the United Kingdom.