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Economics Skills and Practice: Oxford IB Diploma Programme

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  • Ziogas, Constantine

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Economics Skills and Practice is aimed at the new 2011 Economics Diploma programme and is suitable for Higher and Standard level. Packed full of examples and activities this new series takes the IB student step-by-step through the essential skills development needed to be successful in the course and examination. Special attention is paid to unpacking the language of the subject with plenty of workbook-style exercises to engage students and reinforce the lessons learnt in the course. Detailed guidance on the new mathematical elements of the Higher Level syllabus will provide extra reinforcement and build confidence. DTPlenty of activities to practise essential skills, improving exam performance DTInformation on designing, selecting and using diagrams to explain challenging concepts DTUnpicks tricky terminology and guides the correct use of language, supporting your EAL students DTIncludes lots of examples and model answers to ensure full comprehension and strengthen exam potential DTDetailed, step-by-step guidance on the new quantitative element of the syllabus to help students succeed in this new syllabus area DTHelpful guidance and advice on the Internal Assessment and the Extended Essay, ensuring high-quality work About the series: Cement student confidence and fully embed all the key skills central to IB study. IB Skills and Practice provides learners with the essential practice needed to enable confident skills application, tangibly building capabilities for IB assessment.

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  • Ziogas, Constantine, 2012. "Economics Skills and Practice: Oxford IB Diploma Programme," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780198389996.
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