by Matthew Livermore Edited by Owen Tribe
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This AS Religious Studies Revision Guide revision guide explores all areas of the A level AS (year 1) Religious Studies OCR H173 syllabus, with detailed explanation of the concepts, key arguments and applications required for a student to be successful in the exams.
This all inclusive revision guide combines all three components (papers) into one book covering the following sections, all organised according to the NEW OCR 2016 exam specification:
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This book is amazing for both teachers and students. It has helped me to get to grips with the new spec and is in a format which makes it much more accessible for students to revise. It is useful for teachers and makes the spec look manageable and interesting. I am so impressed with this book as are all my students who are buying them now. This is by far the best resource I have come across for the new specification and I will await the A Level revision guide with anticipation! I have now got both the revision books that have been produced and all three textbooks but this is exactly what I have been looking for. Thank you to Matt for writing this amazing revision guide and I would not hesitate to recommend it highly to teachers and students.
Has all the information needed but doesn't waffle. Very easy to follow and will help a lot during revision!
Great revision guide. Very comprehensive without dumbing down the material. Makes a massive syllabus much more accessible.
Matthew Livermore is an RE teacher at a Catholic school in Suffolk. He has taught for 15 years, and is trained to teach Philosophy for Children or P4C. He has written a study guide on Religious Experience, and is currently in the process of writing a book on Catholic pilgrimage to Marian shrines in England. As well as teaching, he also illustrates and blogs on philosophy and ethics.