Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSERG by Lally, Jo

Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSERG

byLally, Jo

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Build solid critical thinking skills - and a strong foundation for future study, including IB Theory of Knowledge. This structured, comprehensive resource develops key thinking, reasoning, planning, research and presentation skills through engaging, up-to-date global contexts. Varied activities are aligned to the 20 international topics on the latest Cambridge IGCSE Global Perspectives syllabus, and act as aspringboard for discussion. The skills-focused approach fits with the ethos of the Global Perspectives course, both scaffolding students' thought processes and allowing them the freedom to explore subjects that interest them. Plus, recommendations for extended project and group work encouragestudents to explore their interests in greater depth. A free accompanying teacher website includes plenty of up-to-date ideas for expanding on themes introduced in the book, helping you to encourage top achievement. Written by an examiner, the assessment practice helps students to apply their skills, with a focus on exam confidence and success.

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Jo Lally is a well respected OUP author.
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Title:Global Perspectives for Cambridge IGCSERGFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.43 inPublished:March 20, 2014Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

IntroductionSection 1Skills development activities1. Family and demographic change2. Humans and other species3. Education for all4. Sport and recreationSection 2Skills development activities5. Biodiversity and ecosystem loss6. Climate change7. Water, food and agriculture8. Fuel and energySection 3Skills development activities9. Transport and infrastructure10. Urbanization11. Disease and health12. Poverty and inequalitySection 4Skills development activities13. Employment14. Technology and the economic divide15. Law and criminality16. Trade and aidSection 5Skills development activities17. Belief systems18. Conflict and peace19. Language and communication20. Tradition, culture and identity