Exam board: AQA Level: A-level Subject: Law First teaching: September 2017 First exams: Summer 2019 This title has been selected for an AQA approval process. Accurately cover the breadth of content in the new 2017 AQA A-level specification with this textbook written by leading Law authors, Jacqueline Martin, Richard Wortley and Nicholas Price. This engaging and accessible textbook provides coverage of the new AQA A-level Law specification and features authoritative and up-to-date material on the important changes to the law. - Book 2 includes the second section of all mandatory units and both the Human Rights Law and Contract Law optional units. - Important, up-to-date and interesting cases and scenarios highlight key points. - Discussion and activity tasks increase your students' understanding of more difficult concepts. - Practice questions and 'check your understanding' questions to help you prepare for your exams. Authors: - Jacqueline Martin LLM has ten years' experience as a practising barrister and has taught law at all levels. - Richard Wortley has taught law at all levels. He has held a number of examining and assessing roles over the past 25 years. He retired from a management position in a large FE College to work freelance in law teacher support, writing and assessment work. - Nicholas Price is an experienced teacher of Law and an A-Level Law textbook author.
New 2017 Cambridge A Level Maths and Further Maths resources to help students with learning and revision. Written for the AQA AS/A Level Further Mathematics specifications for first teaching from 2017, this print Student Book covers the compulsory content for AS and the first year of A Level. It balances accessible exposition with a wealth of worked examples, exercises and opportunities to test and consolidate learning, providing a clear and structured pathway for progressing through the course. It is underpinned by a strong pedagogical approach, with an emphasis on skills development and the synoptic nature of the course. Includes answers to aid independent study. This book has entered an AQA approval process.
Exam Board: AQA Level: AS/A-level Subject: PE First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June 2018 Inspire, motivate and give confidence to your students with AQA PE for A Level Book 2. This reliable and accessible textbook will offer your students comprehensive support for both the academic and practical elements of the course. This Student's Book has been selected for AQA's official approval process. - Key questions to direct thinking and help students focus on the key points - Diagrams to aid understanding - Summaries to aid revision and help students access the main points - Extension questions, stimulus material and suggestions for further reading to stretch, challenge and encourage independent thinking and a deeper understanding - Definition of key terms - again to aid and consolidate understanding of technical vocabulary and concepts - Activities to build conceptual understanding and sound knowledge and understanding, analysis, evaluation and application skills Contents: Section 1 Applied Anatomy and Physiology - Sue Young 1.1 Energy systems Section 2 Skill acquisition - Carl Atherton 2.1 Information processing Section 3: Exercise physiology - Sue Young 3.1 Injury prevention and the rehabilitation of injury Section 4: Biomechanical movement - Sue Young 4.1 Linear motion 4.2 Angular motion 4.3 Projectile motion 4.4 Fluid mechanics Section 5: Sport psychology - Carl Atherton 5.1 Psychological factors that can influence an individual in physical activities Section 6 Sport and society and the role of technology in physical activity and sport - Symond Burrows 6.1 Concepts of physical activity and sport 6.2 Development of elite performers in sport 6.3 Ethics in sport 6.4 Violence in sport 6.5 Drugs in sport 6.6 Sport and the law 6.7 Impact of commercialisation on physical activity and sport and the relationship 6.8 The role of technology in physical activity and sport Section 7 Assessment - Ross Howitt 7.1 Tackling the A-level exam 7.2 Tackling the non-examined assessment
Exam Board: AQA Level: AS/A-level Subject: Philosophy First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: June 2017 Enable students to critically engage with the new 2017 AQA specifications with this accessible Student Book that covers the key concepts and philosophical arguments, offers stimulating activities, provides a key text anthology and assessment guidance. - Cements understanding of complex philosophical concepts and encourages students to view ideas from different approaches through clear and detailed coverage of key topics. - Strengthens students' analytical skills to develop their own philosophical interpretations using a variety of inventive and thought-provoking practical activities and tasks. - Encourages students to engage with the anthology texts, with references throughout and relevant extracts provided at the back of the book for ease of teaching and studying. - Stretches students' conceptual analysis with extension material. - Helps AS and A-level students to approach their exams with confidence with assessment guidance and support tailored to the AQA requirements.
The essential revision guide for A–level Sociology from trusted and best–selling author Ken Browne. Together with Sociology for AQA Revision Guide 1, this indispensable book provides everything you need to revise for the exams, with a clear topic–by–topic layout to recap key theories and central ideas. The revision guide maps perfectly onto Ken Browne, Jonathan Blundell and Pamela Law's Sociology for AQA Volume 2 with each topic cross–referenced to the main textbook so you can revisit any sections you need to. The book includes a guide to exam questions – and how to answer them – with sample worked answers showing how to achieve top marks. All specification options are covered, with exam tips throughout the book. With this revision guide to take you through the exam and Sociology for AQA Volume 2 to develop your sociological imagination, Ken Browne provides the complete resource for success in sociology.
COMPLETELY NEW FOR THE AQA 2017 SPECIFICATIONS: New law and new cases, plus free online interactive exercises and guide for teachers. ONLY BUY WHAT YOU NEED! Written by an experienced teacher and senior examiner, this book covers all you need for AQA AS Tort law with plenty of tasks and a full examination paper, all with answers at www.drsr.org. It does not include all the extra material which you don't need but A-level students do. For both students and teachers this means you won't have to carry too much around and can just take what you need to the classroom. Although it covers most of Year 1 A-level, if you are doing the full A-level my book 'Tort law for AQA AS and A-level' is more appropriate. A-level students need to evaluate the law covered here, and there are also areas where more depth is required. AQA would only give approval to one publisher so this book does not carry an official badge of approval. However the AQA Portfolio Curriculum team kindly gave help and advice on content and assessment. Key features include tasks and self-test questions throughout (with answers at www.drsr.org), examination pointers and highlighted key cases and key principles to help with application of the law, plenty of diagrams and examples to bring the subject to life and ideas for connecting the law of tort to the English legal system. To go with the book there are free interactive exercises and a free guide for teachers, both at www.drsr.org This book can be used as a self-study guide as well as in the classroom. It is written in a lively, clear and accessible way and is designed to help students of all learning styles to understand the subject. Other books by Sally Russell The 'law explained' series offers a more in-depth coverage of individual areas of law with additional tasks, examples and examination practice. This means you can pick those topics for which you need more guidance (all the answers to tasks are included in the booklets). As for other titles, these change quite regularly and new books may be available by the time you read this. For the most up to date list of what is available please check my author's page on Amazon or visit my website at www.drsr.org. All my books are available in both Kindle and paperback format. Other books will be coming out later this year.
Criminal Law (Offences Against Property) and Law of Tort
Author: Ian Yule
Publisher: Philip Allan
Category: Criminal law
Perfect for revision, these guides explain the unit requirements, summarise the content and include specimen questions with graded answers. This AQA A2 Law Student Unit Guide New Edition is the essential study companion for Unit 4 (Sections A & B): Criminal Law (Offences Against Property) and Law of Tort. 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 - 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
This edition of the Oxford Colour French Dictionary Plus has up-to-date coverage of essential French, updated cultural notes, a 'Words you must know' section, games, and grammar help - all in a portable, durable format.
Only buy what you need! Written by an experienced teacher and senior examiner, this book covers all the law needed for AQA A2 Law Unit 3A Criminal law (offences against the person). Fully updated in 2013 with recent cases and laws it is written in a lively, clear and accessible way and is designed to help students of all learning styles to understand the subject. It can be used as a self-study guide as well as in the classroom, and includes: Stimulating tasks, self-test questions, exam tips and key cases highlighted to help with applying and evaluating the law Plenty of diagrams and examples to bring the subject to life 'Food for thought' boxes to stimulate thought and help prepare for evaluation questions Ideas for connecting the substantive law to the various concepts of law covered in Unit 4C Examination practice, complete with example examination scripts and guidance (Answers to tasks & self-test questions are at www.drsr.org) Other courses Although written for the AQA specifications, it covers much of the OCR criminal law content and is a useful introduction to the law needed for higher-level courses such as the Institute of Legal Executives course and various Law degree courses. Available by Sally Russell: THE LAW EXPLAINED SERIES: Individual booklets covering specific topics of law from 2014. These booklets currently cover Concepts of Law, most Criminal law and some Tort. For the most up to date list of what is available (I am still writing!) please check my author's page on Amazon or visit my website at www.drsr.org. AQA Unit 3A Criminal Law: Offences against the person AQA Unit 4B: Law of Torts (2014) AQA Unit 4C: Concepts of Law (2013) AQA Unit 2B: The Concept of Liability (2015) OCR Unit G153 Criminal Law and G154 Criminal Law Special Study Unit (2015) Criminal Law: Offences against the person revision (2013) 2007 editions of both the OCR and AQA books covering all subject areas