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Cambridge Checkpoints QCE Legal Studies Units 1–4

Cambridge Checkpoints QCE Legal Studies Units 1–4
AUTHOR(S):
Amy Thompson / Prue Vaughan
REGION:
Queensland
LEVELS:
Year 11 / Year 12
SUBJECT AREA:
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ISBN:
9781108855839
PUBLICATION DATE:
25/11/2019
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Prepare your students for QCE success with the very best revision and exam preparation support available for Queensland.

Cambridge Checkpoints QCE study guides are written by highly experienced Queensland teachers, including curriculum developers and examination review panel members, making these guides essential preparation tools for students’ summative external assessment.

The new Cambridge Checkpoints QCE study guides are the ideal companion to textbook resources and the perfect year-round study tool to guide students towards success in their QCE. They provide essential revision and exam preparation support to equip your students with the skills, knowledge and confidence they need, including:

  • an overview of the entire Year 11 and Year 12 syllabus, supported by summaries and maps where relevant, as well as assessment-related activities
  • a focus on understanding concepts and consolidating the key knowledge and skills required for the summative external assessment
  • guidance on revision in preparation for examinations
  • advice on how to approach the summative external assessment
  • practice summative external assessment-type questions with worked solutions or annotated responses

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Amy Thompson

Amy Thompson is an experienced and passionate Head of Department, Legal Studies and Business teacher. She is a successful co-author of several educational resources including Investigating Legal Studies for Queensland 2nd Edition by Cambridge. She has been involved in a number of QCAA roles to support the development of new syllabus documents including an expert writing team and now focuses on supporting implementation through endorsement. She is passionate about teaching practice and her role on the BEAQ Committee to support teachers through collaboration, professional development and conference opportunities.

Prue Vaughan

Prue Vaughan has been teaching Legal Studies for over 15 years, during which she has been involved in a number of QCAA roles supporting the implementation (including being a member of the expert writing team for Legal Studies for the new QCE), review and providing advice to schools regarding syllabus expectations. Her role of Head of Department, also equips Prue with a greater understanding of syllabus implementation in the Humanities learning area.