Completely updated for the 2011 syllabus at SL and HL and written by an experienced IB Economics teacher, this comprehensive study tool supports top achievement. With full coverage of the new quantitative element at HL and an expanded glossary, past exam questions build confidence and the focused approach distinctly strengthens comprehension.
The second edition of the Economics Study Guide covers the new 2011 IB Economics Diploma Programme, and is suitable for both Higher and Standard level students. Concise coverage of all syllabus topics ensures that students’ revision is comprehensive, for the strongest exam potential. Particular focus is given to the construction and analysis of graphs, as well as a brand new quantitative section, which gives Higher Level students extra confidence for the new mathematical elements of their course. A thoroughly EAL friendly approach, with straightforward language, summary tables and an extended glossary covering all terms in the most recent syllabus will help all students focus on mastering the theory. *Fully updated, providing concise and comprehensive revision of all topics on the new most recent Economics Diploma Programme *Detailed support for constructing, labelling, and interpreting graphs *A new section provides extensive coverage of the quantitative material required for Higher Level students *The expanded glossary now contains over 470 terms, and defines every term present in the new most recent syllabus *Second language students can confidently engage with the straightforward language and summary tables About the series: Reinforce student understanding of all the crucial subject material. Fully comprehensive and matched to the most recent syllabuses, these resources provide focused review of all important concepts, tangibly strengthening assessment potential.
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