Spotlight Science Assessment Resource Bank 8 by Lawrie Ryan, Keith Johnson, Gareth Williams, Sue Adamson
  

Spotlight Science Assessment Resource Bank 8

Written by Lawrie Ryan, Keith Johnson, Gareth Williams, Sue Adamson
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Spotlight Science Assessment Resource Bank 8 by Lawrie Ryan, Keith Johnson, Gareth Williams, Sue Adamson

A full marking scheme, with an indication of thresholds to help you arrive at a particular level, is given for each Test. In addition to the basic Test, there will be a resource of 'Extra Time' National Curriculum Science Test-style questions for each Topic of the course. These questions will be differentiated (at two levels) and will be suitable for all pupils in addition to the basic Test. Also available in the Assessment Resource Banks are SEN Tests for less able pupils. These tests are simplified both in the amount of reading and writing required of students. They become progressively more difficult; up to Level 3 (in Year 7) and up to Level 5 (in Year 9). Marking schemes are also provided.

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Format

Loose-leaf
264 pages

Author

Lawrie Ryan, Keith Johnson, Gareth Williams, Sue Adamson
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

6th March 2004

ISBN

9780748774791


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