Collins Cambridge IGCSE™ - Cambridge IGCSE™ Global Perspectives Student's Book

Paperback

The Collins Cambridge IGCSE™ Global Perspectives series offers a skills-building approach to the Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Global Perspectives syllabuses (0457/2069) for examination from 2025. The resources support learners to develop skills and prepare for assessment, exploring global issues through international texts, data and case studies.

This title has been endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education for the Cambridge IGCSE™ and O Level Global Perspectives syllabuses (0457/2069) for examination from 2025.

  • This book provides full coverage of the syllabus.
  • Communicate the excitement of Global Perspectives with the collaborative project in Section 1. Students to jump straight into researching an issue and coming up with practical suggestions for how they can improve wellbeing in their school.
  • Take an active, enquiry-based and reiterative approach to skills development. Each investigation in Section 2 asks students to engage with a different global issue and builds skills through a carefully structured activity sequence that leads to a final task and opportunity for reflection. These skills will be extended and applied in Sections 3, 4 and 5.
  • Support students to respond effectively to given sources. Section 3 asks students to analyse, evaluate and respond to two sets of sources, to help students prepare for written examinations.
  • Help students to tackle independent projects with confidence. In Section 4 learners undertake a mini research project to help them understand how to plan, structure and write an individual report, while Section 5 guides students through the process of planning, carrying out and reflecting on a team project.
  • Show students how to progress: throughout the book, models and annotated examples help students understand how their own work can be improved.
  • Encourage reflection through the structured Reflective plenary prompts in each unit and the Check your progress and Next steps features at the end of each section.
  • The clear lesson-by-lesson approach is easy to use and build into teachers’ own schemes of work.
  • The Collins resources offer different entry points, whether your students are new to Global Perspectives or have studied the subject before, and whether they are completing the course in one year or two.

RRP: £28.99

ISBN

978-0-00-854750-9

Publication Date

26-01-2023

Format

Paperback

Pages

216 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

The Collins Cambridge IGCSE™ Global Perspectives series offers a skills-building approach to the Cambridge IGCSE and O Level Global Perspectives syllabuses (0457/2069) for examination from 2025. The resources support learners to develop skills and prepare for assessment, exploring global issues through international texts, data and case studies.

This title has been endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education for the Cambridge IGCSE™ and O Level Global Perspectives syllabuses (0457/2069) for examination from 2025.

  • This book provides full coverage of the syllabus.
  • Communicate the excitement of Global Perspectives with the collaborative project in Section 1. Students to jump straight into researching an issue and coming up with practical suggestions for how they can improve wellbeing in their school.
  • Take an active, enquiry-based and reiterative approach to skills development. Each investigation in Section 2 asks students to engage with a different global issue and builds skills through a carefully structured activity sequence that leads to a final task and opportunity for reflection. These skills will be extended and applied in Sections 3, 4 and 5.
  • Support students to respond effectively to given sources. Section 3 asks students to analyse, evaluate and respond to two sets of sources, to help students prepare for written examinations.
  • Help students to tackle independent projects with confidence. In Section 4 learners undertake a mini research project to help them understand how to plan, structure and write an individual report, while Section 5 guides students through the process of planning, carrying out and reflecting on a team project.
  • Show students how to progress: throughout the book, models and annotated examples help students understand how their own work can be improved.
  • Encourage reflection through the structured Reflective plenary prompts in each unit and the Check your progress and Next steps features at the end of each section.
  • The clear lesson-by-lesson approach is easy to use and build into teachers’ own schemes of work.
  • The Collins resources offer different entry points, whether your students are new to Global Perspectives or have studied the subject before, and whether they are completing the course in one year or two.

Author

Ana Carolina González, Mike Gould, Barbara Miller and Adrian Ravenscroft