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- Qualification:Cambridge AS and A Level
- Author(s):Mary Jones, Richard Fosbery, Dennis Taylor, Jennifer Gregory
- Available from: March 2020
For first examination from 2022, these resources meet the real needs of the biology classroom.
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Extensive research through lesson observations, teacher interviews and work with our research community (the Cambridge Panel) means that this digital coursebook meets the real teaching needs of the biology classroom. Exam-style questions ensure students feel confident approaching assessment. New features provide reflection opportunities and self-evaluation checklists develop responsible learners. The coursebook provides a range of enquiry questions, such as practical activities, group work and debate questions that develop 21st century skills. It supports English as a second language learners with key command terms, accessible language and glossary definitions.
Features (such as ‘Before You Start’), summaries and reflection boxes provide students with metacognitive and content-based reflection opportunities.
Science in Context features with open-ended discussion questions enable students to practise their English skills, interpret ideas in a real-world context, and debate concepts with other learners.
Multi-part exam-style questions at the end of each chapter help prepare students for examinations and cover the range of paper styles.
Provides a range of enquiry questions – such as practical activities, group work and debate questions, that help students develop 21st century skills.
Combined print and digital resource enables you to use the content in a format that suits you.
Includes answers to in-chapter and exam-style questions so students have everything they need to revise when they want
Practical activity features build student understanding so that they can put theory into a practical context.
- How to use this book
- 1. Cell structure
- 2. Biological molecules
- 3. Enzymes
- 4. Cell membranes and transport
- 5. The mitotic cell cycle
- 6. Nucleic acid and protein synthesis
- 7. Transport in plants
- 8. Transport in mammals
- 9. Gas exchange
- 10. Infectious diseases
- 11. Immunity
- P1. Practical skills for AS
- 12. Energy and respiration
- 13. Photosynthesis
- 14. Homeostasis
- 15. Control and coordination
- 16. Inherited change
- 17. Selection and evolution
- 18. Classification, biodiversity and conservation
- 19. Genetic technology
- P2. Practical skills for A Level
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