Key Guide Social Studies Secondary 3 Express / Normal (Academic)

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Rp173.000

This guide is a teaching and learning tool written in three parts to summarize what you need to know to do well in your Social Studies examination.Part 1 of this book focuses on understanding the concepts in Social Studies and the assessment guidelines that frame the GCE O-Level and N-Level Social Studies examination.Part 2 gives you the learning outcomes and useful notes for your revision. This includes understanding the Social Studies curriculum for GCE O- and N-Levels, which will enable you to see how the various chapters are interlinked.Part 3 is a review of how to answer the Source Based Case Studies (SBCS) and Structured Response Questions (SRQs). They include practice papers and exemplars for SBCS and SRQs.The examination practice papers come with suggested answers to serve as a learning guide on how answers are layered and argued. They serve as exemplars of ‘think-aloud’ models of how various Social Studies arguments can be made.

ISBN 9789811187865

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Key Guide Social Studies Secondary 3 Express / Normal (Academic)

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ISBN 9789811187865

This guide is a teaching and learning tool written in three parts to summarize what you need to know to do well in your Social Studies examination.Part 1 of this book focuses on understanding the concepts in Social Studies and the assessment guidelines that frame the GCE O-Level and N-Level Social Studies examination.Part 2 gives you the learning outcomes and useful notes for your revision. This includes understanding the Social Studies curriculum for GCE O- and N-Levels, which will enable you to see how the various chapters are interlinked.Part 3 is a review of how to answer the Source Based Case Studies (SBCS) and Structured Response Questions (SRQs). They include practice papers and exemplars for SBCS and SRQs.The examination practice papers come with suggested answers to serve as a learning guide on how answers are layered and argued. They serve as exemplars of ‘think-aloud’ models of how various Social Studies arguments can be made.

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