Edexcel 360 science for Edexcel GCSE science: teacher pack

Part of Collins' Edexcel GCSE sciences series, this teacher's guide provides material to prepare students for GCSE science. It has been written in consultation with Edexcel. This teacher's guide is fully integrated with Collins' Edexcel GCSE science student book.

This book will provide teachers with complete teacher support for the Edexcel GCSE science specification, including:

  • Lesson plans reflecting the low-to-high demand differentiation in student books allowing easy reference for planning
  • Links to relevant activities (provided electronically) so teachers don't need to spend time searching for them
  • Original and interesting suggestions for starter and plenary activities to stimulate students
  • Comprehensive support for stress-free internal assessment
  • Sample exam questions and end-of-unit tests plus answers to questions in the student books
  • Extension and support material
  • Guidance to practical investigations
  • Technician's notes
  • Links to other components in Collins' Edexcel GCSE science series as well as links to other Collins GCSE science resources
  • Fully differentiated lesson plans for B1, B2, C1, C2, P1, P2.

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Author(s)Gareth Price, Phil Routledge, Sam Goodman, Mike Tingle, Jane Cartright, Gurinder Chadha, Edmund Walsh
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Shelf referenceA 500.1 COL
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