Author: Nora Henry
Publisher: Philip Allan
Release Date: 2018-09-28
For GCSE Chemistry and GCSE Combined Science: Triology Higher tier Create confident, literate and well-prepared students with skills-focused, topic-specific workbooks. Our Student Workbooks build students' understanding, developing the confidence and exam skills they need, whilst providing ready prepared lesson solutions. - Supplements key resources such as textbooks to adapt easily to existing schemes of work - Offers time-saving and economical lesson solutions for both specialist and non-specialist teachers - Provides flexible resource material to reinforce and apply topic understanding throughout the course, as classwork or extension tasks, or for revision - Creates opportunities for self-directed learning and assessment with answers to tasks and activities supplied online - Prepares students to meet the demands of the specification by practising exam technique and developing their literacy skills
Exam Board: AQA Level & Subject: GCSE Chemistry First teaching: September 2016 First exams: June 2018 This unique and innovative Revision Book supports all learning styles so that every student can achieve the best results. Whether you are a visual, auditory or kinaesthetic learner, this revision guide supports the revision techniques that you are most suited to, ensuring you revise effectively. * comprises the revision guide and exam practice workbook in one edition * engaging, magazine-inspired revision pages * higher tier content is highlighted * includes 'hands-on' revision activities * an audio 'walkthrough' of every topic (free download) * exam-style practice questions for every topic * includes complete GCSE Chemistry higher tier practice test papers
All-in-one Collins Revision Guides and Workbooks give you everything you need to improve your exam grade in GCSE AQA Chemistry. Accessible content, practical guidance and sample questions with detachable answers help you revise and practise, check your progress and improve your level.
This workbook offers accessible practice to help manage GCSE Maths revision and prepare for the exam efficiently. The content is broken into manageable sections and advice is given to help build confidence. Tips and techniques provide support throughout the revision process.
Presents the accompanying questions and answers to the Success revision guide. This title covers various things students need to know for their GCSE. It makes GCSE exam revision simple. Suitable for 2010/2011 GCSE Maths exams only.
This workbook offers accessible practice to help manage GCSE Science revision and prepare for the exam efficiently. The content is broken into manageable sections and advice is given to help build confidence. Tips and techniques provide support throughout the revision process.
Helps students manage their revision and prepare for exams efficiently. This title offers content that is broken into manageable sections. It provides exam tips and techniques to support students in the revision process.
This workbook offers accessible practice to help manage GCSE Additional Science revision and prepare for the exam efficiently. The content is broken into manageable sections and advice is given to help build confidence. Tips and techniques provide support throughout the revision process.
Author: Lawrie Ryan
Release Date: 2016-10-18
The UK's bestselling GCSE Science series has now been updated and specifically tailored for the new 2016 AQA GCSE Science (9-1) specifications. These brand new Workbooks are the perfect companion for the series and support your Higher students on their journey from KS3 to success in the new AQA GCSE.
Who does not want to look better, live better, and love better? John Emsley knows the secret: Chemistry. Whether it is hair dye, condoms or functional food, it is as entertaining as it is incredible to read what this bestselling author knows. In fictive reports he describes future scenarios, while illustrative excursions take us back in time. In this way the reader becomes sensitive to the many useful, even beneficial products resulting from chemicals research. After all, who would want false teeth taken from the dead, as was the case for many people after the Battle of Waterloo in 1815? Equally unattractive is his description of the first contact lenses made of centimeter–thick glass. Chemically produced materials are now an integral part of our everyday lives, are being continually improved, and, according to the author, are much better than their reputation. After Emsley′s accounts of rotting natural cosmetics and highly allergenic henna dyes, even the most critical consumer will see chemical products in food and cosmetics in a new light.