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The text delivered in print format.
Interactive Textbook 2 year
The online version of the student text delivers a host of interactive features to enhance the teaching and learning experience of the student text. It is accessed online through Cambridge GO using a unique 16-character code found inside the Print Textbook.
The Interactive Textbook is available as a two-calendar-year subscription. A two-calendar-year subscription is defined as: if activation occurs between January and July of this year, subscription concludes on the 31st Dec in the following year. If activation occurs between August to Dec of this year, subscription concludes on the 31st Dec in the year after the following.
is a downloadable PDF version of the student text that enables students to take notes and bookmark pages. The PDF textbook can be used in class or as a reference at home. It is downloaded from Cambridge GO using the unique 16-character code found inside the Print Textbook.
Cambridge Studies of Religion Stage 6 Third Edition is a complete and flexible resource package for the NSW Studies of Religion syllabus, designed to guide students to a greater understanding of the origins, beliefs, texts, ethics, practices and people of the world’s most wide-reaching religions.
- Revised, reviewed and updated, this third edition now includes access to an Interactive Textbook offering additional content, together with a host of rich media resources and interactive activities to bring the study of religion to life.
- Clear, concise and student-friendly language is combined with a range of pictorial and written sources to engage every student with the course content.
- A variety of questions and activities throughout the course develop the skills required to excel at HSC level, while HSC exam-style questions ensure students are fully prepared for success in their final exams.
- In each chapter students are invited to Investigate aspects of religion or religions in greater detail; to Consider a variety of opinions and alternative perspectives, including their own; and to undertake further research (Furthermore) in areas that are of particular interest.