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Cambridge Checkpoint Science Skills Builder Workbook 9
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  • ISBN:9781316637241
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Science
  • Qualification:Cambridge Checkpoint
  • Author(s):Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman, Michael Smyth
  • Available from: No date available

Written by well-respected authors, the Cambridge Checkpoint Science suite provides a comprehensive, structured resource which covers the full Cambridge Secondary 1 framework and seamlessly progresses into the next stage.

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Checkpoint Science Skills Builder Workbook 9 provides tailored and scaffolded exercises that offer targeted support to students to help reinforce key skills and understanding when studying science. Using an active-learning approach the workbook aims to build students’ confidence, promote scientific enquiry and enable students to continue to access the Checkpoint Science curriculum.

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  • FEATURES
    • Engaging exercises reinforce key scientific concepts.

    • Exercises focus on specific skills to help students to feel confident with scientific concepts.

    • Clear links to topic areas to promote flexible use of the complete series (coursebook and workbooks).

    • Free Teacher's Support material available online.

  • CONTENTS
    • Introduction
    • Biology: 1. Plants
    • 2. Living things in their environment
    • 3. Variation and inheritance
    • Chemistry: 4. Material properties
    • 5. Energy changes
    • 6. Reactivity
    • 7. Salts
    • 8. Rates of reactions
    • Physics: 9. Forces in action
    • 10. Electricity
    • 11. Energy.

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