CXC Biology by Philip Bradfield, Steve Potter


CXC Biology by Philip Bradfield, Steve Potter

Key Features of the book include: * a highly-illustrated, full-colour approach that will motivate students * a full range of practical activities, including Planning & Designing activities, that cover all the requirements of the syllabus * a wide variety of CXC-style questions, including 'structures' questions which test use of knowledge and comprehension, and multiple-choice questions * comprehensive appendices, including an SBA guide, a glossary, answers to multiple-choice questions, and tips on exam preparation * an SBA skills chart, illustrating which practicals can be used to access each of the five SBA skills * comprehensive chapter objectives and chapter summaries, which indicate syllabus coverage and aid in revision * margin boxes indicating additional facts of interest that relate biology to the real world. Practice exam questions are available on this website.

About the Author

Phil Bradfield is a Biologist (BSc, MSc, PhD) with 29 years' teaching experience in secondary schools in the UK. He is presently self-employed, working part-time on a number of education-related projects. Phil is Associate Lecturer (tutor) with the Open University, and also teach/demonstrate part-time at Birkbeck College, University of London. He has co-authored a number of GCSE, A-Level and undergraduate books and CD's, worked for Edexcel as an A-Level exam Team Leader and written materials for the new GCSE specification. He has also worked for the Field Studies Council as a tutor on residential field courses. Steve potter is also an experienced teacher of Biology and has taught in a wide variety of schools.

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352 pages


Philip Bradfield, Steve Potter
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Publication date

18th March 2004



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