AQA KS3 Science Student Book Part 2 (AQA KS3 Science)

AQA KS3 Science Student Book Part 2 (AQA KS3 Science)

By: Tracey Baxter (author), Ed Walsh (author)Paperback

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This suite of resources provide a clear two-year framework to help you and your students meet and exceed AQA's mastery goals using content matched to AQA's big ideas and enquiry processes. This title is AQA approved. * Aligned to AQA's big ideas and KS3 syllabus with Student Book Part 1 covering Part 1 of the syllabus and Student Book Part 2 covering Part 2 * Three part progression in lessons encompassing the AQA mastery statements of know, apply and extend * Enquiry processes embedded throughout the course to help your students think and work scientifically * Differentiated `check your progress' lists for each chapter to help students and teachers measure and make progress in learning * In addition to questions throughout the text, there are questions at the end of each chapter providing assessment benchmarked to the know, apply and extend statements * `Ideas you have met before' and `In this chapter you will find out' provide context and link ideas together for students * `Know this vocabulary' boxes reflect keywords from the AQA syllabus * Prepares students for the new, more challenging GCSE * Provides the first step in our AQA syllabus support for Secondary Science giving students a clear path of progression * From experienced author team Ed Walsh and Tracey Baxter * Tailored assessment and intervention matching to each chapter available in our `GCSE Science Ready' course

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780008215293
  • Format: Paperback, Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 256
  • ID: 9780008215293
  • weight: 470
  • ISBN10: 0008215294

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