Suitable for teachers of OCR A Level specifications who want to deliver the style A Level, this book engages students and supports them through the transition from GCSE. It includes two sections with advice on improving practical and field skills. It integrates How Science Works to help students understand the underlying principles of science.
Mrs Dashwood and her two daughters must leave the family home and move to a small house in another part of the country. Soon Marianne and Elinor both fall in love, but they must first learn some terrible secrets before they find true happiness.
Visiting the fashionable city of Bath, 17-year-old Catherine Morland looks for the excitement she finds in romantic fiction. She makes friends and falls in love. But when she is invited to Northanger Abbey, she experiences desperate unhappiness. What is real, and what is the product of her wild imagination?
Hundreds of thousands of people have already learned French with the popular beginners' course, The French Experience. At home or in a class, you can use this hugely successful course to develop your listening, reading, writing and speaking skills.
'York Notes Advanced' offer an accessible approach to English Literature. This series has been completely updated to meet the needs of today's A-level and undergraduate students. Written by established literature experts, 'York Notes Advanced' introduce students to sophisticated analysis, a range of critical perspectives and wider contexts.
Using real-world examples, the authors clearly demonstrate how quantitative techniques can be applied to business and economics situations. The text is supported by a teacher resource pack that includes a data disk.
Being assertive means that you are self-assured know what you want from life, are happy to stand up for yourself and have the respect of those around you. Do you want to be like this? Practical and easy to read, this book looks at what it means to be assertive in today's world.
Classic / British English The Moonstone is an ancient Indian diamond which brings disaster to everyone who owns it. Rachel Verinder's uncle gives her the diamond as a birthday present, but that same night it is stolen... The Moonstone is now seen as the first, and one of the best, English detective novels.