Complete Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSE® and O Level
$39.99

Complete Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSE® and O Level

By Jo Lally
US$ 39.99
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Book Description

Firmly focused on developing core skills and assessment capabilities, this revised edition comprehensively matches the latest syllabus and saves you time in course preparation. The second edition has been restructured to focus even more on skills development with a particular emphasis on progressing those tricky - and essential - synthesis and evaluation skills, as well as research and reflection. Clearly differentiated for students at different ability levels, with
clear language and instruction for EAL learners. This new edition of Global Perspectives will be available as a print book, an online book, or a print and online package, so you can choose the format that is right for you.

Table of Contents
  • Front Cover
  • Title Page
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Section A: Skills development activities
    • 1.1 Searching forinformation
    • 1.2 Reading and recording
    • 1.3 Setting up research
    • 2.1 Identifying information and trends
    • 2.2 Understanding key issues
    • 2.3 Identifying causes and consequences
    • 2.4 Identifying and evaluating possible courses of action
    • 2.5 Identifying different perspectives
    • 3.1 Questioning knowledge claims
    • 3.2 Questioning the reliability of information
    • 3.2 Evaluating causes and consequences
    • 3.4 Questioning underlying beliefs
    • 4 Developing a line of reasoning
    • 5.1 Reflecting on issues and perspectives
    • 5.2 Reflection on teamwork,outcomes and own performance
    • 5.3 Reflect on personal learning
    • 6.1 Planning a project
    • 6.2 Teamwork and individual effort
    • 7 Select evidence and present research
  • Section B: Team project
    • 1 Conflict and peace
    • 2 Disease and health
    • 3 Human rights
    • 4 Language and communication
    • 5 Poverty and inequality
    • 6 Sport and recreation
    • 7 Tradition, culture and identity
    • 8 Water, food and agriculture
  • Section C: Individual report
    • 1 Belief systems
    • 2 Biodiversity and ecosystem loss
    • 3 Changing communities
    • 4 Digital world
    • 5 Family
    • 6 Humans and other species
    • 7 Sustainable living
    • 8 Trade and aid
  • Section D: Written examination
    • 1 Demographic change
    • 2 Education
    • 3 Employment
    • 4 Fuel and energy
    • 5 Globalisation
    • 6 Law and criminality
    • 7 Migration
    • 8 Transport systems
  • Back Cover
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