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How to Pass Higher Geography. by Williamson, Sheena.; Dick, Bill.;
Cover -- Book title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Section 1 Physical environments -- Chapter 1.1 Atmosphere -- Chapter 1.2 Hydrosphere -- Chapter 1.3 Lithosphere -- Chapter 1.4 Biosphere -- Section 2 Human environments -- Chapter 2.1 Population -- Chapter 2.2 Rural -- Chapter 2.3 Urban -- Section 3 Global issues -- Chapter 3.1 River basin management -- Chapter 3.2 Development and health -- Chapter 3.3 Global climate change -- Chapter 3.4 Energy.Exam Board: SQA Level: Higher Subject: Geography First Teaching: August 2018 First Exam: May 2019 Get your best grade with comprehensive course notes and advice from Scotland's top experts, fully updated for the latest changes to SQA Higher assessment. How to Pass Higher Geography Second Edition contains all the advice and support you need to revise successfully for your Higher exam. It combines an overview of the course syllabus with advice from top experts on how to improve exam performance, so you have the best chance of success. - Revise confidently with up-to-date guidance tailored to the latest SQA assessment changes - Refresh your knowledge with comprehensive, tailored subject notes - Prepare for the exam with top tips and hints on revision techniques - Get your best grade with advice on how to gain those vital extra marks.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Geography-Examinations.;
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CLEP® Principles of Microeconomics Book + Online. by Sattora, Richard.;
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About the Author -- Author Acknowledgments -- About Research & Education Association -- Publishisher Acknowledgments -- CHAPTER 1 Passing the CLEP Principles of Microeconomics Exam -- Getting Started -- The REA Study Center -- An Overview of the Exam -- All About the CLEP Program -- Options for Military Personnel and Veterans -- SSD Accommodations for Candidates with Disabilities -- 6-Week Study Plan -- Test-Taking Tips -- The Day of the Exam -- CHAPTER 2 Basic Economic Concepts Review -- Key Terms -- Economic Foundations -- Economic Methodology -- Origins of Supply -- Origins of Demand -- The Nature and Function of Product Markets -- Circular Flow Model -- CHAPTER 3 CLEP Microeconomics Course Review -- Key Terms -- The Nature and Function of Product Markets -- Interaction of Supply and Demand -- Price Elasticity of Demand -- The Total Revenue Test -- Cross Elasticity of Demand -- Price Elasticity of Supply -- Consumer Choice -- Income Constraints and Budget Limits -- Producer Behavior -- Opportunity (Economic) Cost -- Producer Time Constraints -- Short-Run Production Costs -- Cost Analysis -- Long-Run Costs of Production -- Four Production Market Models -- Factor Markets -- Pricing and Employment of Factor Markets -- Marginal Resource Productivity Theory -- The Labor Market and Wages -- Efficiency, Equity, and the Role of Government -- Government Intervention -- Main Government Intervention Methods -- Income Equality and Poverty -- Taxation -- Transfer Payments -- Antidiscrimination Laws -- Practice Test 1 (also available online at www.rea.com/studycenter ) -- Answer Key -- Detailed Explanations of Answers -- Practice Test 2 (also available online at www.rea.com/studycenter ) -- Answer Key -- Detailed Explanations of Answers -- Answer Sheets -- Glossary -- Index -- Back Matter.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Microeconomics - Examinations.;
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My Revision Notes. by Davis, Kevin.; Oakes.;
Cover -- Book title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Changing landscapes and changing places -- 1 Changing landscapes -- Coastal landscapes -- Glaciated landscapes -- 2 Changing places -- Changing places -- Global systems and global governance -- 3 Global systems -- Water and carbon cycles -- 4 Global governance -- Processes and patterns of global migration -- Global governance of the Earth's oceans -- Contemporary themes in geography -- 5 Tectonic hazards -- Tectonic hazards -- Now test yourself answers -- Specialised concepts.Exam board: WJEC and WJEC Eduqas Level: AS/A-level Subject: Geography First teaching: September 2016 First exams: AS: Summer 2017, A-level: Summer 2018 Target success in WJEC and WJEC Eduqas AS/A-level Geography with this proven formula for effective, structured revision. Key content coverage is combined with exam-style tasks and practical tips to create a revision guide that students can rely on to review, strengthen and test their knowledge. With My Revision Notes every student can: - Plan and manage a successful revision programme using the topic-by-topic planner - Consolidate subject knowledge by working through clear and focused content coverage - Test understanding and identify areas for improvement with regular 'Now Test Yourself' tasks and answers - Enhance exam responses using relevant examples and case studies for each topic - Improve exam technique through practice questions, expert tips and examples of typical mistakes to avoid This revision guide covers the following topics: - Changing landscapes (Coastal landscapes; Glaciated landscapes) - Changing places - Global systems (Water and carbon cycles) - Global governance (Processes and patterns of global migration; Global governance of the Earth's oceans) - Contemporary themes in geography (Tectonic hazards) It also includes exam questions for 21st century challenges. This revision guide is suitable for the following specifications: - 2016 WJEC AS/A-level Geography specification regulated by Qualifications Wales - 2016 WJEC Eduqas AS/A-level Geography specification regulated by Ofqual.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Geography-Examinations.;
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CLEP® Financial Accounting Book + Online. by Balla, Donald.;
Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- About Our Author -- About Research & Education Association -- Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Chapter 1: Passing the CLEP Financial Accounting Exam -- Getting Started -- The REA Study Center -- An Overview of the Exam -- All About the CLEP Program -- Options for Military Personnel and Veterans -- SSD Accommodations for Candidates with Disabilities -- 6-Week Study Plan -- Test-taking Tips -- The Day of the Exam -- Chapter 2: Getting Started -- 2.1 Balloon Party, Lauren's New Business -- 2.2 Lauren's First Accounting -- 2.3 The Balance Sheet Introduced -- 2.4 Analyzing the Balance Sheet -- 2.5 Operating Cycle and Fiscal Year -- Chapter 3: Making Money -- 3.1 Operating the Business -- 3.2 Making Adjustments -- 3.3 The Income Statement Refi ned -- 3.4 The Statement of Owner's Equity -- 3.5 Keeping Track of Numbers in Accounts -- 3.6 Using T-Accounts -- 3.7 How Operations Af ect the Balance Sheet -- Chapter 4: Watching Over Cash -- 4.1 Lauren Decides She Needs to Watch Over Cash -- 4.2 Cash from Operations -- 4.3 Cash from Investing Activities -- 4.4 Cash from Financing Activities -- 4.5 The Direct Method of Presenting the Cash Flow Statement -- Chapter 5: Accounting Reports and the Outside World -- 5.1 Other Users of Lauren's Financial Statements -- 5.2 Making Sure the Statements Are Accurate -- Chapter 6: Debits and Credits -- 6.1 Introducing Debits and Credits -- 6.2 Posting the Start-Up Transactions in the T-Accounts -- 6.3 T-Accounts for Income and Expenses -- 6.4 Posting Operations to T-Accounts -- 6.5 Closing Temporary Accounts -- 6.6 Correcting Errors -- 6.7 Normal Balances of Accounts -- Chapter 7: Journals and Ledgers -- 7.1 The General Journal -- 7.2 The General Ledger -- 7.3 Specialized Journals -- 7.4 How to Write Vertical Journal Entries -- Chapter 8: Controls and Ethics.8.1 Why Balloon Party Should Have Internal Controls -- 8.2 Lauren Designs Balloon Party's Internal Controls -- 8.3 Ethics -- 8.4 All Internal Controls Are Imperfect -- 8.5 This Chapter Has Not Told Everything -- Chapter 9: Cash and Short-Term Investments -- 9.1 Reconciling the Bank Statement -- 9.2 Setting Up a Petty Cash System -- 9.3 Investing in Short-Term Securities -- Chapter 10: Accounts Receivable -- 10.1 Accrual Accounting for Accounts Receivable -- 10.2 Cash Basis Accounting for Sales on Account -- 10.3 The Direct Write-Of Method for Bad Debts -- Chapter 11: Other Receivables -- 11.1 Discounting a Note Receivable at the Bank -- 11.2 Accruing Interest Receivable -- 11.3 A Customer Dishonors a Note -- 11.4 Loans Receivable -- 11.5 Analysis of Current Assets -- Chapter 12: Merchandise Inventories -- 12.1 Two Methods for Handling Inventory -- 12.2 The Perpetual Inventory Method -- 12.3 Following the Trail of Debits -- 12.4 The Periodic Inventory Method -- 12.5 Comparing the Four Inventory Systems and Two Methods -- 12.6 Analyzing How Well a Business Handles Inventory -- Chapter 13: Supplies and Prepaids -- 13.1 Accounting for Prepaid Assets -- 13.2 Two Methods to Account for Operating Supplies -- Chapter 14: Buying and Selling Plant Assets -- 14.1 Balloon Party Buys a Group of Machines -- 14.2 Repairs or Improvements -- 14.3 Disposing of Fixed Assets -- 14.4 Vertical Journal Entries for Fixed Assets -- 14.5 The Cash Flow Statement and Fixed Assets -- Chapter 15: Depreciation -- 15.1 Depreciation: Allocating the Cost of Plant Assets -- 15.2 The Depreciation Expense Formula -- 15.3 Depreciation Conventions -- 15.4 The Depreciation Schedule -- 15.5 Changing Accounting Estimates -- Chapter 16: Land, Natural Resources, and Intangible Assets -- 16.1 Land or Land Improvement? -- 16.2 Assets Yo u Cannot Grab Hold Of -- 16.3 Natural Resources.16.4 Vertical Journal Entries for Intangible Assets -- Chapter 17: Current Liabilities -- 17.1 What Does It Mean to "Accrue" a Liability? -- 17.2 Adjusting Entries at the End of the Period -- 17.3 Make Sure Wages Get Counted at the End of the Period -- 17.4 Estimating Warranty Expense -- 17.5 Loan Amortization Schedules -- 17.6 Accruing Interest Expense -- 17.7 Reversing Entries-Making Adjusting Entries Easier -- Chapter 18: Long-Term Liabilities -- 18.1 What Are Bonds? -- 18.2 Recording the Money Received When Issuing Bonds -- 18.3 Making the Periodic Cash Payments for Bonds -- 18.4 Deferring the Recognition of Revenues -- Chapter 19: The Equity Section -- 19.1 The Sole Proprietorship Becomes a Partnership -- 19.2 What Is a Corporation? -- 19.3 Balloon Party Partnership Incorporates -- 19.4 Paying a Dividend -- 19.5 Treasury Stock -- 19.6 Closing Entries for a Corporation -- Chapter 20: The Final Word on Financial Statements -- 20.1 The Complete Income Statement -- 20.2 The Complete Statement of Stockholders' Equity -- 20.3 The Comprehensive Balance Sheet -- 20.4 The Complete Cash Flow Statement -- 20.5 Financial Analysis Methods -- Practice Test 1 -- Answer Key -- Detailed Explanations of Answers -- Practice Test 2 -- Answer Key -- Detailed Explanations of Answers -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Accounting - Examinations.;
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Examining Islam [electronic resource (video)] / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; MacNeil/Lehrer Productions(SAGE)1870716;
Islam: Celebration of Ramadan (4:12) -- Islam: Diversity of Interpretations (4:24) -- Islam and Pluralism (3:14) -- Debates Over Separation of Religion and State (4:30) -- Reality of Being a Muslim Woman in Saudi Arabia (2:43) -- Restrictions on Women in the Muslim World (3:04) -- Extremism in Islam: Conservatism (2:52) -- Problems Within Islam (3:52) -- Turkish Author Orhan Pamuk: Essence of East and West (4:18) -- Turkish Author on the a New Perspective About East and West (2:56) -- Literature Addresses Cultural Issues (2:53) -- Extremist Violence in Islam: Osama bin Laden (4:11) -- Islam: War of Ideas (2:59) -- Religion of Islam vs. Muslim Interpretations (3:57) -- War on Terrorism (4:09) -- Condemnation of Terrorism: Double Standard (3:11) -- American Muslims (1:07) -- Religious Imagery: Overview (3:14) -- Christianity and Islam: Depiction of Sacred Images (3:46) -- Historical Iconoclastic Movements (1:37) -- Political Dynamics of Disagreement over Religious Icons (4:27)With the 9/11 terror attacks on the United States, Americans have become deeply concerned about all things Muslim. This compilation of recent NewsHour segments sheds light on issues ranging from Islamist extremism to Islamic religious observance in order to open-mindedly address Islam-related issues. Episodes include...* Observing Islam: Ray Suarez and three Islamic scholars examine Islamic practices and discuss the religion's future as the first Ramadan after 9/11 begins. * Conversation - Fatina Shaker: Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with Saudi sociologist Fatina Shaker about life as a woman in Saudi Arabia, the overall complexity of Saudi society, and Saudi denunciation of Islamic extremism and the 9/11 hijackers. * Bridging Two Worlds - Orhan Pamuk: Elizabeth Farnsworth interviews Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk, author of My Name Is Red, about the cultural split between Islam and secularism in Turkey. * Dialogue - In the Name of Islam: Ray Suarez leads a discussion about the relationship between Islam and people who perpetrate terrorist attacks in the name of Islam. * Sacred Images - Religious Symbolism: In the wake of the rioting that followed the publication of controversial cartoon images of Muhammad in a Danish newspaper, Ray Suarez is joined by two religious scholars to come to grips with the use of religious imagery in the media.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Islam; Terrorists;
© [2008], c2006., Films Media Group,
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Examining Cells. by Publishing, Britannica Educational.; Eaton, Louise.;
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: Cell Organization And Evolution -- Eukaryotes Versus Prokaryotes -- Nature and Function of Cells -- Discovering Cellular Structures -- Coupled Chemical Reactions -- Photosynthesis -- ATP -- Genetic Information -- DNA -- RNA -- Cells and Tissues -- Animal Tissues -- Plant Tissues -- Cell Evolution -- Development of DNA and RNA -- Development of Metabolism -- Development of Mitochondria and Chloroplasts -- Chapter 2: Cell Membranes And Cell Walls -- Cell Membrane Structure -- Lipids -- Proteins -- Fluidity -- Cell Membrane Transport -- Permeation -- Membrane Channels -- Facilitated Diffusion -- Research on Vesicle Transport -- Secondary Active Transport -- Primary Active Transport -- Discovering Na+-K+ ATPase -- Discovering Phagocytosis -- Plant Cell Walls -- Mechanical Properties -- Components -- Chapter 3: Cellular Organelles -- Internal Membranes -- Nucleus -- DNA Packaging -- Nuclear Envelope -- Gene tic Organization -- Mitochondria and Chloroplasts -- Structure -- Metabolic Functions -- Mitochondrial Electron Transport -- The Chemiosmotic Theory -- Chloroplasts: Trapping Light and Fixation of Carbon Dioxide -- Endoplasmic Reticulum -- Golgi Apparatus -- Discovering the Golgi Cell and Golgi Apparatus -- Secretory Vesicles -- Lysosomes -- Research on Autophagy -- Microbodies and Peroxisomes -- Vacuoles -- Chapter 4: Cell Communication -- Extracellular Matrix -- Matrix Polysaccharides -- Matrix Proteins -- Cell-Matrix Interactions -- Cytoskeleton -- Actin Filaments -- Microtubules -- Intermediate Filaments -- Recognition and Adhesion -- Tissue and Species Recognition -- Cell Junctions -- Chemical Signaling -- Sign al Receptors -- Discovering Olfactory Receptors -- G Protein-Coupled Receptors -- Research on GPCR s -- Second Messengers -- Ion Channels.Discovering the Patch-Clamp Technique -- Transient Receptor Potential Channels -- Intercellular Communication Between Plant Cells -- Chapter 5: Cell Division And Differentiation -- Duplication of Genetic Information -- Cell Division -- Mitosis and Cytokinesis -- Discovering Mitosis -- Meiosis -- Cell Division Cycle -- Controlled Proliferation -- Failure of Proliferation Control -- Cell Differentiation -- States of Differentiation -- Transcription Factors -- Process of Differentiation -- Errors -- Cell Death -- Necrosis -- Apoptosis -- Chapter 6: Cell Theory And Research -- The History of Cell Theory -- Early Observations -- The Protoplasm Concept -- Contribution of Other Sciences -- Tissue Culture -- Cryopreservation -- Tissue Engineering -- Stem Cells -- Embryonic Stem Cells -- Adult Stem Cells -- Discovering Pluripotency in Mature Cells -- Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer -- Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells -- Conclusion -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index.Cells breathe, fuel chemical reactions, communicate with one another, and reproduce. The study of these minute factories in plants and animals has unraveled many mysteries of how organisms function and has provided a basis for the development of therapies to treat debilitating human diseases. This dynamic volume explains the structure, evolution, and intricacies of this versatile unit of life. Students will learn about the difference between prokaryotes and eukaryotes, the organelles that support a cell's functions, and the history of cell research from its discovery to current debates about the use of stem cells.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Examining Time : A Conversation with Lee Smolin. by Burton, Howard.;
Intro -- A Note on the Text -- Introduction -- The Conversation -- I. Physics via Architecture -- II. Justifying the Laws -- III. Collaboration -- IV. Rolling Up Our Sleeves -- V. Cosmological Natural Selection -- VI. The Meta-law Dilemma -- VII. Scientific Impact -- VIII. Making A Difference -- Continuing the Conversation.This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Lee Smolin who is a faculty member of Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. The basis of this wide-ranging conversation are Lee Smolin's books Life of the Cosmos and Time Reborn. This detailed discussion offers an investigation of time, both what it is and how the true nature of it impacts our world and future and provides behind-the scenes insights into the development of Lee Smolin's groundbreaking theory on the nature of time.This carefully-edited book includes an introduction, Full Circle, and questions for discussion at the end of each chapter. Howard Burton was the Founding Director of Canada's Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics. He holds a PhD in theoretical physics and an MA in philosophy. This book is part of an expanding series of 100+ Ideas Roadshow conversations, each one presenting a wealth of candid insights from a leading expert in a focused yet informal setting to provide a uniquely accessible window into frontline research and scholarship that wouldn't otherwise be encountered through standard lectures and textbooks.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.;
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Math Sense [electronic resource] : The Look, Sound, and Feel of Effective Instruction. by Moynihan, Christine.;
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: What Is Mathematics?; Chapter 2: The Look of the Landscape; 1. Number Line; 2. One Hundred Chart/Number Grid; 3. Manipulatives Collection; 4. Student Work Samples; 5. Daily Schedule; 6. Designated Math Center/Area; 7. Mathematics Word Wall; 8. Mathematics Literature Collection; 9. Technology; 10. Multiple Instructional Settings; Chapter 3: The Look of the Lesson: Teachers; 1. Differentiating Instruction; 2. Checking for Understanding; 3. Facilitating Mathematical Thinking; 4. Identifying Student Misconceptions5. Providing Written Feedback6. Using Wait Time; 7. Setting and Sharing Lesson Goals/Objectives; Chapter 4: The Look of the Lesson: Students; 1. Actively Engaging; 2. Actively Listening; 3. Collaborating; 4. Making Connections; 5. Persevering; 6. Using What They Know to Find What They Don't Know; 7. Taking Risks; Chapter 5: The Sound of the Lesson; 1. Teachers Supporting Discourse; 2. Teachers Providing Lesson Summation/Reflection/Closure; 3. Teachers Engaging All Students; 4. Students Justifying Reasoning; 5. Students Analyzing the Thinking of Others6. Both Students and Teachers Actively Listening7. Both Students and Teachers Encouraging and Modeling Risk Taking; 8. Both Students and Teachers Using Mathematical Vocabulary; Chapter 6: The Feel of It All; 1. Purposeful Accessible Learning; 2. Confidence Building; 3. Spirit of Collaboration/Sense of Pride; 4. Creativity/Imagination; Chapter 7: Putting It Together; Appendix: Self-Assessments; References; IndexHow is that you can walk into a classroom and gain an overall sense of thequality of math instruction taking place there? What contributes to gettingthat sense? In Math Sense, Chris Moynihan explores some of the componentsthat comprise the look, sound, and feel of effective teaching and learning.Does the landscape of the classroom feature such items as student worksamples, a math literature collection, and a number line? Do the lessonsinclude wait time, checks for understanding, and written feedback? Do youfeel a spirit of collaboration, risk taking, and a sense of pride? In Math Sense, Chris
Subjects: Electronic books.; Mathematical analysis -- Examinations.; Mathematics -- Examinations.;
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Examining myself : one woman's story of breast cancer treatment and recovery / by Mayer, Musa.(SAGE)1817564;
Subjects: Mayer, Musa; Breast;
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AQA a-Level German Revision and Practice Workbook. by Elliott, Paul.(DLC)1793113;
Cover -- Book title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Exam information -- THEME 1 -- Paper 1: Listening -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style questions -- Paper 1: Reading -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style questions -- Paper 1: Writing (translation and summaries) -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style activities -- Exam-style worked examples -- Paper 2: Writing (film and literature) -- Vocabulary -- Activities -- Paper 3: Speaking -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style questions -- THEME 2 -- Paper 1: Listening -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style questions -- Paper 1: Reading -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style questions -- Paper 1: Writing (translation and summaries) -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style activities -- Exam-style worked examples -- Paper 2: Writing (film and literature) -- Vocabulary -- Activities -- Paper 3: Speaking -- Vocabulary -- Grammar -- Exam-style questions.Exam board: AQA Level: A-level Subject: German First teaching: September 2016 First exams: Summer 2018 Maximise your students' potential and build the skills needed to succeed with this exam-focused workbook, packed with practice questions for every section of the AQA A-Level German exams. - Encourage rolling revision throughout the two years by developing your students' skills in class and at home - Test each skill with exam-style activities for every section of the exam papers, with all the audio and answers accessible online - Build your students' confidence in vocab and grammar with focused lists, explanations and activities - Target the top grades with sample answers and tips to boost exam performance.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Examinations-Germany..; Examinations-Study guides.;
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