Science and Technology Matters Grade 6 Teacher's Book by Jean Baxen, Primary Science Textbook Project
  

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Science and Technology Matters Grade 6 Teacher's Book by Jean Baxen, Primary Science Textbook Project

Science and Technology Matters is a resource in which learners experience the world in stimulating ways. A blend of creative, practical and skills-based activities has been used as learners embark on a journey of discovery in science and technology. Features of the Learner's Book * The Learner's Book comprises four integrated modules: 'Our living world'; 'Nothing stays the same'; 'Are all things connected?' and 'Caring for the Earth'. * Learners are encouraged to use their own skills in solving problems. * Concepts are reinforced at the ends of modules. * 'Let's Check' features help to reinforce success. Features of the Teacher's Guide * An introduction to Curriculum 2005 is given at the beginning of the book. * A list of Programme Organisers, Phase Organisers, Specific Outcomes and Assessment Criteria is provided. * Suggestions for the activities are included. * Extension activities and lists of resources needed are provided where appropriate.

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Format

Paperback
128 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Jean Baxen, Primary Science Textbook Project
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

1st April 2002

ISBN

9780521788427


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