Physics First by George Bethell, David Coppock
  

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Physics First by George Bethell, David Coppock

The First series has been developed especially to teach single subject science to lower secondary students, and in particular the most able students Physics First covers all the physical processes that you need for Key Stage 3 of the National Curriculum and shows the effect of physics on our everyday lives. Key Points: * Solid foundation for GCSE with material up to Level 8 * Topics presented over two or four pages in an information-based, no-nonsense approach * Questions and activities to check understanding of the main ideas and to prepare for exams * Material that will stimulate, challenge and motivate your brightest and most able students * Questions on every page provide you with ready-made material for extension

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the questions are excellent, testing understanding and application of knowledge. Times Educational Supplement

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Format

Paperback
128 pages

Author

George Bethell, David Coppock
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

4th March 1999

ISBN

9780199147335


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