Written by Gregory A. Barker and Richard Gray, this innovative 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.
It reinforces the knowledge and skills provided by the officially endorsed and popular Student Book, and takes students to the next level in preparation for their exams.
- Successful revision through an innovative and proven ‘Trigger’ approach.
- Essential AO1 information is provided in easy to understand bullet points, and key AO2 issues are clearly and fully explained.
- 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.
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.
Richard Gray has studied at The University of Sheffield where he won the Epworth Prize, before taking up a British Academy scholarship at Lancaster University. He has also studied as Research Fellow at The University of Leeds. Richard has taught A Level Religious Studies for more than 20 years and is a former Head of Religious Studies. He has also been a senior examiner at A Level for 16 years. Richard is currently a freelance writer and examiner. He is author of several books and articles for A Level Religious Studies.
“I teach the Ethics component of the A-Level in RS and bought this book soon after it came out. Richard Gray has done a wonderful job in selecting the most important parts of the theories to know, and the evaluation sections provide good points for students who may be struggling in the AO2 evaluation and analysis questions. In my view this should be used along side the actual textbook, which for some students will be a challenging read due to the content that needs to covered.
To students, although Ethics can be challenging, the more you read, the better your knowledge and understanding will become, and with strong knowledge and understanding, comes the ability to evaluate and analyse theories. If you are struggling with Year 2 content, give this revision guide a go.”
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