Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies (9-1): Route A ebook
$23.99

Eduqas GCSE Religious Studies (9-1): Route A ebook

By Clare Lloyd
US$ 23.99
The publisher has enabled DRM protection, which means that you need to use the BookFusion iOS, Android or Web app to read this eBook. This eBook cannot be used outside of the BookFusion platform.
Book Description

This student book combines clear and comprehensive coverage of the Eduqas specification and features designed to help students develop essential exam skills. Authored by experienced teacher, examiner and CPD presenter, Clare Lloyd, the book provides focused coverage of the study of Christianity and Islam, and themes through the perspective of those religions. Essential content is covered in an accessible and easy to follow format, with commentaries to help explain
and give context to sources of wisdom. 'Knowledge recall' and 'Evaluation practice' activities offer regular opportunities for students to retrieve and apply their knowledge. Dedicated skills practice pages packed with exam guidance, questions and exemplars show students how to structure and improve
their answers. These include helpful hints and annotated responses to the (d) questions, to help students master key evaluation skills. With an introduction that talks students through what they can expect in their Eduqas exam paper, and supported by an ebook and digital resources on Kerboodle, this course offers a succinct, targeted and complete approach to confidently prepare students for their exams.

Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • Component 1: Religious, philosophical and ethical studies in the modern world
    • Chapter 1: Issues of relationships
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 1.1 Christianity and relationships in the twenty first entury
      • 1.2 Islam and relationships in the twenty first entury
      • 1.3 Christian attitudes to marriage and divorce
      • 1.4 Islamic attitudes to marriage and divorce
      • 1.5 Christian attitudes to sexual relationships
      • 1.6 Islamic attitudes to sexual relationships
      • 1.7 Christian attitudes towards the roles of women and men in religion
      • 1.8 Islamic attitudes towards the roles of women and men in religion
      • Skills practice
    • Chapter 2: Issues of life and death
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 2.1 Non-religious views on the origins of the universe and the environment
      • 2.2 Christian teachings on the origins of the universe and environmental responsibility
      • 2.3 Islamic teachings on the origins of the universe and environmental responsibility
      • 2.4 Non-religious views on evolution and abortion
      • 2.5 Non-religious views on euthanasia, the value of life and funerals
      • 2.6 Christian teachings on human life, abortion and euthanasia
      • 2.7 Islamic teachings on human life, abortion and euthanasia
      • 2.8 Christian beliefs about the afterlife
      • 2.9 Islamic beliefs about the afterlife
      • Skills practice
    • Chapter 3: Issues of good and evil
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 3.1 Christianity, moral behaviour and crime
      • 3.2 Islam, moral behaviour and crime
      • 3.3 Christianity and punishment
      • 3.4 Islam and punishment
      • 3.5 Christianity and forgiveness
      • 3.6 Islam and forgiveness
      • 3.7 Christian beliefs about good, evil and sufferin
      • 3.8 Islamic beliefs about good, evil and sufferin
      • Skills practice
    • Chapter 4: Issues of human rights
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 4.1 Christianity and human rights
      • 4.2 Islam and human rights
      • 4.3 Christianity and social justice
      • 4.4 Islam and social justice
      • 4.5 Christianity, prejudice and discrimination
      • 4.6 Islam, prejudice and discrimination
      • 4.7 Christian attitudes to poverty and wealth
      • 4.8 Islamic attitudes to poverty and wealth
      • Skills practice
  • Component 2: Study of Christianity
    • Chapter 5: Christianity: Beliefs and teachings
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 5.1 The nature of God
      • 5.2 The Trinity
      • 5.3 Creation
      • 5.4 The incarnation of Jesus
      • 5.5 The crucifixion of Jesus
      • 5.6 Jesus’ resurrection and ascension
      • 5.7 Salvation
      • 5.8 The afterlife
      • Skills practice
    • Chapter 6: Christianity: Practices
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 6.1 Forms of worship
      • 6.2 The sacraments: Baptism
      • 6.3 The sacraments: the Eucharist
      • 6.4 Pilgrimage
      • 6.5 Celebrations
      • 6.6 Christianity in Britain
      • 6.7 Mission and persecution
      • 6.8 The Ecumenical Movement
      • Skills practice
  • Component 3: Study of Islam
    • Chapter 7: Islam: Beliefs and teachings
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 7.1 The nature of Allah
      • 7.2 Prophethood (risalah)
      • 7.3 The Prophet Muhammad
      • 7.4 Angels (malaikah)
      • 7.5 Predestination and human responsibility
      • 7.6 Heaven and hell
      • 7.7 Foundations of faith
      • 7.8 Islamic attitudes towards other scriptures
      • Skills practice
    • Chapter 8: Islam: Practices
      • Introduction and concepts
      • 8.1 The Five Pillars, the Ten Obligatory Acts and the Shahadah
      • 8.2 Salah
      • 8.3 Sawm, zakat and khums
      • 8.4 Hajj
      • 8.5 Encouraging good and duty to the Friends of Allah
      • 8.6 Jihad
      • 8.7 Id-ul-Adha and Id-ul-Fitr
      • 8.8 Ashura and the Night of Power
      • Skills practice
  • Glossary
  • Index
      No comment for this book yet, be the first to comment