Highly Commended

VCE Legal Studies Units 1-4 (Fourteenth and Fifteenth Edition)

Lisa Filippin, Annie Wilson, Peter Farrar

The series has been thoroughly revised with a range of added innovative features, providing an enhanced focus on exam and assessment preparation. Legal Studies for VCE combines accessible language with unparalleled depth and extension opportunities across a suite of print and digital resources. All content in the series is:

* explicitly aligned to the 2018–2022 VCE Legal Studies Study Design
* laid out in manageable 2- to 8-page topic spreads
* presented using clear language and an informal tone
* accompanied by engaging visuals
* supported by margin glossary definitions on every page.

New digital features include fresh video content and innovative markbook functionality that enables teachers to easily assess, track and report on student progress.
Comprehensive student and teacher digital support is provided on obook assess, including answers, worksheets, assess quizzes, chapter summaries, course planners, printable and editable teaching notes, practice exams and SACs with answers, and more.

Awards
Highly Commended, Student Resource – Senior – English/Humanities/Languages/Arts/Technologies/Health and Physical Education
Resource type
Student Resource
Subject
Arts/Humanities/Social Sciences
Release
January 2021
Format
Blended
ISBN
9780190326265, 9780190326272, 9780190326302, 9780190326319, 9780190326296, 9780190326333

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