Bright Ideas: Macmillan Primary Science Teacher's Guide K by David Glover
  

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Bright Ideas: Macmillan Primary Science Teacher's Guide K by David Glover

Bright Ideas is a new science course for all students in Caribbean primary schools. Developed to fulfil the requirements of primary science curricula throughout the region, the Student's Books and supporting materials promote a modern, student centred approach to science learning. There are seven full colour Student's Books from Kindergarten level to the final year of primary school. Workbooks to complement the Student's Books are available for each level of the course. Separate Teacher's Guides, with background information, teaching notes and support for remedial and extension activities are also be available. Key features of the Student's Books are: scientific ideas introduced in a lively and entertaining way; content structured in lesson-sized topics with clearly stated objectives; graded language appropriate to student's reading age; numerous practical activities using everyday materials; wide variety of paper-and-pencil exercises, discussion topics and suggestions for group work to promote interactive learning; Caribbean contexts and issues examined in depth; high quality illustrations and photographs; review exercises and end of unit tests; extensive glossary to develop student's scientific vocabulary; and, internet links to promote independent research.

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Format

Paperback
96 pages

Author

David Glover
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Publisher

Macmillan Education

Publication date

9th May 2011

ISBN

9780230410763


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