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Written by a senior examiner and teacher, this revision guide has been designed to thoroughly prepare students for the CCEA Learning for Life and Work examination. It includes: summaries of the main content (Local and Global Citizenship; Personal Development; Employability); activities to test knowledge and understanding; sample exam questions with model answers online, showing examples of what students are expected to write to succeed in their examination.
This book is divided into the three main sections of Local and Global Citizenship, Personal Development and Employability and then into a series of chapters which: - help students to focus on the main points they need to learn through highlighting the learning outcomes from the specification and structuring the content around these - give students the opportunity to develop the skills they need through a variety of activity types - encourage students to understand how what they are learning has relevance and significance today through a range of contemporary visual and written sources - allow students to practice exam-style questions.
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A spellbinding reimagining of 'Sleeping Beauty' set amongst the wild bohemian circle of Pre-Raphaelite artists and poets. The Pre-Raphaelites were determined to liberate art and love from the shackles of convention. Ned Burne-Jones had never had a painting lesson and his family wanted him to be a parson. Only young Georgie Macdonald - the daughter of a Methodist minister - understood. She put aside her own dreams to support him, only to be confronted by many years of gossip and scandal. Dante Gabriel Rossetti was smitten with his favourite model, Lizzie Siddal. She wanted to be an artist herself, but was seduced by the irresistible lure of laudanum. William Morris fell head-over-heels for a 'stunner' from the slums, Janey Burden. Discovered by Ned, married to William, she embarked on a passionate affair with Gabriel that led inexorably to tragedy. Margot Burne-Jones had become her father's muse. He painted her as Briar Rose, the focus of his most renowned series of paintings, based on the fairy-tale that haunted him all his life. Yet Margot longed to be awakened to love. Bringing to life the dramatic true story of love, obsession and heartbreak that lies behind the Victorian era's most famous paintings, Beauty in Thorns is the story of awakenings of all kinds.
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