Practical and pictorial help and explanations about Photography science and the techniques and developing.
Practical and pictorial help and explanations about electronic science and the techniques and experiments.
Practical and pictorial help and explanations about forensic science and the techniques .
This series provides a broad and balanced co-ordinated programme of study leading to GCSE science. For each subject: biology, chemistry and physics, there is a Student's, Teacher's and Activities Book. Each Student's Book includes ideas that satisfy both co-ordinated and separate GCSE science syllabuses. Information...
In this project students' goal is to design and make a wooden pendant necklace for a friend. They will cut and shape wood to make the pendant and look at different ways of colouring it. Students will also decide which material to use for the necklace chain.
For this project, students will use clay as their ceramic. They will design and shape beads and/or pendants to make a necklace or bracelet. They will investigate ways of finishing the clay – in other words, colouring it and protecting it. They will then carry out tests to see how strong their...
In this project, students will design and build a simple model catamaran. They will then use their model to test the effectiveness of a range of different types of sail.
In this project, students need to research all the various types of controllers available and set about designing their own. They are not expected to be able to design and make the electronic circuitry to make them work, but they can make a scale model of their design.
In this project, students will develop an automatic ‘ball boy’ for tennis or cricket practice. They could also decide to make the robot for something entirely different - the scope is endless, and it’s up to them what you do!
In this project, students will build a simple robot, for example using Lego or Meccano, that they can steer with switches. They could then adapt it to perform a ‘useful’ task.