KS3 Science Progress Student by Michelle Austin, Andrea Coates, Richard Grimmer, M. Austin
  

KS3 Science Progress Student

Written by Michelle Austin, Andrea Coates, Richard Grimmer, M. Austin
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RRP £15.99

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KS3 Science Progress Student by Michelle Austin, Andrea Coates, Richard Grimmer, M. Austin

Build and assess your students' KS3 Science knowledge, understanding and skills through better learning techniques, ensuring a solid foundation for GCSE and further science study. Science Progress Student Book develops understanding of key facts and concepts with up-to-date content by topic and carefully designed questions and activities to encourage students to measure their own progress - Tests understanding and encourages student progression with hundreds of coded differentiated questions featured on every page - Assess your students' understanding of a topic with over 30 Show You Can Tasks that cover every topic - Builds 'working scientifically' skills by providing contexts and activities throughout that encourage students to use real scientist skills - Supports all learning abilities with easy to follow content, clear explanations and photos that encourage discussion - Examine students' technical vocabulary with free online access to an extended glossary, key word tests and answer hints

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Format

Paperback
216 pages

Author

Michelle Austin, Andrea Coates, Richard Grimmer, M. Austin
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

31st January 2014

ISBN

9781471801426


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