Code: XECL-951 Author: P. Bulmer & K. Doret ISBN/EAN: 9781741252507
Supporting a BRAND NEW format for 2008, this new HSC study guide is directly linked to the syllabus with every single dot point of the HSC Studies of Religion syllabus appearing in the margin of the book. This guide has been designed to maximise exam success and meet all study needs, providing up-to-date information in an easy-to-use format.
Excel Studies of Religion I and II contains:
Studies of Religion I: Religion and belief systems in Australia post‑1945 plus all 5 Religious traditions depth studies: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism.
Studies of Religion II: all of the above topics plus Religion and non‑religion & Religion and peace.
Syllabus outcomes with easy-to-understand explanations on each chapter title page—cut through the jargon and understand exactly what’s required of you.
All main headings in each chapter (1.1, 2.1, etc.) are directly from the syllabus, word for word—this way you can easily match the Excel guide with the syllabus.
An alphabetical list of all the Key definitions and concepts you should know for each chapter—an efficient way of learning all the definitions in one go.
A Chapter syllabus checklist with every syllabus dot point listed in checklist form for every chapter—a fantastic way of testing that you know all the work.
Hundreds of Key Concept questions with answers—questions that test your recall of knowledge in each chapter.
HSC-type questions for every section in each chapter with clock icons to tell you how much time you will have to answer questions in the HSC—this way you can test yourself on HSC-type questions under HSC-type time pressure.
Examiner comments and Examiner maximizer features plus answers to all HSC-type questions—all you need to answer HSC-type questions.
Two sample HSC papers with Examiner comments and Examiner maximizer features plus answers—not one but two up-to-date sample papers.
The Excel syllabus summary notes: a detachable section at the end of the guide, where every single syllabus dot point of each chapter is summarised for you—a comprehensive and compact summary of the whole course in 36 pages.