- Format:Print/online bundle
- Qualification:Cambridge Lower Secondary
- Author(s):Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman, Michael Smyth
- Available from: April 2021
Discover our new resources for the Cambridge International Primary and Lower Secondary Curriculum Frameworks
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From discovering how air resistance helps planes land, to making your own circuits, Cambridge Lower Secondary Science gets you thinking like a scientist! Packed with opportunities to plan experiments, make predictions and gather results, the series helps you think and work scientifically. Each unit ends with a project, like making a model of a volcanic eruption, to help you bring together what you have learnt and show how the topics relate to the real world. With vocabulary boxes, clear diagrams and supporting illustrations, the course makes science accessible for learners with English as a second language.
Talk and think about what you already know with ‘Getting Started’ boxes at the start of each topic
Think and work scientifically with practical tasks in the ‘Think like a scientist’ feature
Topics throughout the series support the new earth and space strand of the curriculum framework
Reflect on what you have learnt with ‘Look what I can do’ sections at the end of each topic
Answers to all activities can be found in the accompanying teacher’s resource
- 1. Cells
- 2. Materials and their structure
- 3. Forces and energy
- 4. Grouping and identifying organisms
- 5. Properties of materials
- 6. Earth Physics
- 7. Microorganisms in the environment
- 8. Changes to materials
- 9. Electricity.
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