Applied Science Teacher's Guide GCSE Double Award by Stewart Chenery
  

Synopsis

Applied Science Teacher's Guide GCSE Double Award by Stewart Chenery

The double award GCSE Applied Science course has been available for all 14-19 years olds since September 2002, and is be especially suitable for those looking for a less crowded science curriculum. This Teacher's Guide has been written to support the Applied Science Pupil's book; it meets the new specifications, and is relevant across all awarding bodies. The contents match the students book, and are divided into major sections dealing with the theorectical knowledge required. There are a wealth of activities for each unit, designed to satisfy Awarding Body requirements for the teacher-assessed components of the qualification. The website version of the book is available to print off and comes with access to word files of all the activities for easy customising.

About the Author

Tracey Chappell, Beverly Rickwood and Anna Holmes are teachers in Halifax, Keighley and Ipswich respectively. Steve Unsworth lecturers at an FE college in Warrington. Stewart Chenery is a consultant to a major awarding body, and all five authors are senior examiners for GNVQ and AVCE for a major awarding body.

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Format

Online resource
160 pages

Author

Stewart Chenery
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

30th May 2003

ISBN

9780340812839


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