GCSE science: teacher and technician guide

Twenty First Century Science is a suite of complementary specifications offering flexible and exciting options for science at GCSE. It is unique in having been extensively trialled over three years with more than 6,000 students in each year.  It is motivating, stimulating and relevant.The specifications and resources are the products of close collaboration between the University of York Science Education Group, the Nuffield Curriculum Centre, OCR, and Oxford University Press.

The GCSE Additional Applied Science course contains six modules, and students choose three of these: A1 Life Care A2 Agriculture and food A3 Scientific detection A4 Harnessing chemicals A5 Communications A6 Materials and performance. A comprehensive set of trialled resources is available:For each module. A Textbook which conveys science content in a fresh, engaging way. The Workbook can be used for homework and provides the student with a set of summary notes to help with revision.

A Teacher and Technician Guide with schemes of work covering the whole course, including assessments, homeworks, cover lessons, and activity sheets.Covering all six modules:iPack CD-ROM which includes the schemes of work in interactive form, along with video clips and PowerPoint presentations.

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Author(s)Sarah Codrington
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Shelf referenceA 500.1 TWE
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