Exploring Science : How Science Works Year 7 Teacher and Technician Planning Guide by Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Steve Gray
  

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Exploring Science : How Science Works Year 7 Teacher and Technician Planning Guide by Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Steve Gray

Flexibility to personalise...* with a wide range of starters, activities, plenaries and homeworks per topic, so you can custom-fit the learning experience to each class * activities designed to cater for a wide range of abilities and learning styles, each with a National Curriculum level assigned * all elements of the new Programme of Study are fully integrated and clearly marked, including Personal Learning and Thinking Skills * also available on a CD-ROM version of the Guide that can also be accessed from your ActiveTeach -- giving you access to the entire course at the touch of a button ...plus support for the non-specialist * with Exemplar Topic Plans for each ability level and the two-year Key Stage 3 -- let us save you time with our suggested teaching sequence * with background information for each unit that provides an explanation of the science involved: perfect for NQTs or non-specialists * with resource lists and topic notes for the technician

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Loose-leaf
360 pages

Author

Mark Levesley, Penny Johnson, Steve Gray
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Publication date

11th April 2008

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9781405892483


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