- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Colin Bamford
- Available from: January 2018
This Third edition for Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics syllabus (9708) is thoroughly updated for first examination from 2016.
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This workbook provides support for students studying the Cambridge AS and A Level Economics (9708) syllabus, for first teaching in 2014. Along with our coursebook, this resource delivers valuable practise using the key skills of the course. Giving step-by-step guidance, layered questions make it clear how students should use application, analysis and evaluation in an economic context. In addition, sample answers build learners’ confidence writing long-form responses. Answers to questions in the workbook are available online.
Practice questions improve confidence in responding to multiple choice questions and writing long-form answers using economic terminology.
Our step-by-step skills approach unpacks the syllabus requirements and highlights application, analysis, and evaluation in action.
The ‘Improve your Answer’ feature provides model answers for students to build on and consolidate their learning.
The ‘Think like an Economist’ feature helps students apply economic understanding in a wider context.
The introductory chapter defines the key skills and explains their importance for economic understanding.
Written by the same author as the coursebook, this resource helps strengthen the learning objectives of the course.
Flexible activities make the workbook ideal for homework or in class alongside the coursebook.
Answers to the questions in the workbook are available online.
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