Suitable for various specifications, this book is intended to be the accessible book for GCSE and Standard grade examinations. It includes material, examples, questions to match the specifications. It also contains explanations, helpful diagrams, and informative photographs.
Written specifically for the Caribbean by the best-selling authors of the original PE to 16 student book, PE to 16 for the Caribbean is suitable for the CXC 2014 syllabus. Encourage your learners with this in-depth book packed full of up-to-date examples, engaging activities and brand new content.
Oxford Revision Guides: These are reissues of the two popular series GCSE Revise through Diagrams and Advanced Revision Handbooks, now combined as Oxford Revision Guides, with newly branded covers. The GCSE titles have extra 16 page sections on revision techniques and sample questions for the new GCSE syllabuses, first examined in June 1998. Tthe new A Level Revision Guide is suitable for the new Specifications.
Developed with the Caribbean Examinations Council, this Study Guide provides you with support to maximise your performance in CSEC Physical Education and Sport. Written by teachers, examiners and experts in the field, it covers all elements of the syllabus in an easy-to-use double-page-spread format with a range of features to enhance study.
The Persian Gulf War changed the face of combat. It brought women's military roles into the spotlight, in large part via the mass media, and showed that many women performed combat roles similar to those of men during the conflict. The war was thus an impetus for changes in laws that had prevented women from serving in combat assignments. In past centuries, because it was not culturally acceptable for women to serve in combat, surprising numbers joined secretly under assumed male names. After defining exactly what is meant by "war" and "combat," this work presents historical and present-day views of the involvement of women in the military. The impact of regulations on women in combat is analyzed, as is the role of the American public in the controversy. Female combat is put into context with sociological theory; also discussed are readiness, cohesion, ability, sexuality, equal opportunity and family issues.