Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations, Cambridge O Level Economics Workbook is designed to help learners develop their understanding of economics, to build up skills and to enable them to assess their progress. The workbook can be used in conjunction with the Cambridge O Level Economics textbook (ISBN 9781107612358) by the same author but may also be used independently. It is divided into eight sections which correspond to the sections of the syllabus and the textbook. Each section, in turn, is divided into ten parts.
Covers the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus (0455) and the Cambridge O Level syllabus (2281), first examination from 2020. This series helps students understand economic theory, terminology and principles. It matches the Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Economics syllabuses. The coursebook helps students apply tools of economic analysis, make judgements on economic issues, use basic economic numeracy and literacy, and take greater part in decision-making processes in everyday life. Sample questions provide opportunities for students to develop their evaluative skills. It provides a foundation for advanced study in Economics such as A Level. Answers to the coursebook and workbook questions are in the teacher's resource.
Covers the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus (0455) and the Cambridge O Level syllabus (2281), first examination from 2020. This series helps students understand economic theory, terminology and principles. By applying tools of economic analysis, undertaking calculations and writing longer responses, students learn how to look at the world like an economist. The workbook matches the Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Economics syllabuses and provides students with additional concepts to strengthen their understanding, as well as the quality of their answers. The answers to the workbook questions are in the teacher's resource.
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From its very inception the Soviet state valued the merits and benefits of physical culture, which included not only sport but also health, hygiene, education, labour and defence. Physical culture propaganda was directed at the Soviet population, and even more particularly at young people, women and peasants, with the aim of transforming them into ideal citizens. By using physical culture and sport to assess social, cultural and political developments within the Soviet Union, this book provides a new addition to the historiography of the 1920s and 1930s as well as to general sports history studies.
This student book provides full coverage of economic theory for all AS and A level Economics syllabuses. It is in line with the AS/A level specifications starting September 2000. The first half of the book covers AS level Economics, whilst the second half prepares students for their A level exams.
Have you ever wondered what jobs we will do in the future, or why some brands of shoes cost more than others? Explore these and many other questions as you begin your study of economics. Working in groups and on your own, you'll learn to make judgements and see how economics connects with your life. You can use this book alongside the coursebook for extra support or as perfect preparation before Cambridge IGCSE or O Level Economics. Answers are at the back of the book, giving teachers the option to set it as summer work before students start studying economics.