GCSE chemistry workbook

Twenty First Century Science BLis a suite of complementary specifications offering flexible and exciting options for science at GCSE BLis unique in having been extensively trialled over three years with more than 6,000 students in each year BLis 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 Chemistry course contains seven modules:

BLC1 Air qualit yBLC2 Material choices BLC3 Food matters BLC4 Chemical pattern sBLC5 Chemicals of the natural environment BLC6 Chemical synthesis BLC7 Further chemistry, including organic chemistry, energy changes, reversible reactions and equilibria, analysis, and green chemistry.C1 to 3 are as modules C1 to 3 in GCSE Science, and C4 to 6 are as modules C4 to 6 in GCSE Additional Science

.A comprehensive set of resources is available:BLA Textbook BLA Workbook which can be used for homework and provides the student with a set of summary notes to help with revision.BLA Teacher and Technician Guide with lesson plans for C7, including assessments, homeworks, and activity sheets. For C1 to 3 and C4 to 6 please see the Teacher and Technician Guides for GCSE Science and GCSE Additional Science.

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Author(s)Andrew Hunt, John Lazonby, Caroline Shearer
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