Twenty First Century Science: GCSE Physics Revision Guide by Philippa Gardom Hulme
  

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Twenty First Century Science: GCSE Physics Revision Guide by Philippa Gardom Hulme

The second edition of the Twenty First Century Science resources has been developed in partnership with OCR, the University of York Science Education Group and the Nuffield Foundation. They have been fully updated to match the new 2011 specifications. The second edition builds on the success of this hugely popular suite of resources. With extensive feedback from schools and teachers using the resources, the new suite provides ideal support for the 2011 specifications. There is now more help with exam preparation and assessment throughout the course and more differentiation to aid learning for all abilities. There is greater customisability using the latest digital support and it's packed with new scientific contexts reflecting the latest research and ideas. The GCSE Physics Revision Guide contains activities to help students reach their true potential. It identifies areas that require further work and also contains concise fact banks and practice GCSE-style questions.

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Paperback
176 pages

Author

Philippa Gardom Hulme
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Publication date

22nd November 2012

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9780199138456


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