Author: Edward J. Denecke
Publisher: Barron's Educational Series
Release Date: 2006
Designed especially to help prepare students taking the New York State Regents Examination, this book makes a valuable supplementary text for high-school-level Earth Science classes throughout the country. Organized into three main study units—astronomy, meteorology, and geology—this book provides extensive subject review material with updated questions and answers. It also includes one recently given full-length Regents Exam in Earth Science.
Author: Robert B. Sigda
Release Date: 2003-06-30
Earth Science Review Book is user friendly for both the teacher and the student. Since the content is aligned with the New York State Core Curriculum for Physical Setting/Earth Science, a teacher can feel confident that all the required topics are sufficiently developed.The suggested outline of units moves from the concrete material to the more abstract subjects such as meteorology and astronomy. Throughout the book there is ample opportunity for review of basic skills and ways to tie in the various units. For example, isolines are discussed early in the year and then revisited later in the weather topics.The student has the opportunity to use the book as both a reference and a workbook. The extensive number of constructed response items as well as multiple choice questions found interspersed within the topics give ample practice. The multiple Regents Exams found at the back of the book can be used both at the end of the course for review and whenever appropriate throughout the year.
Author: Edward J. Tarbuck
Release Date: 2011-02-15
This trusted and best-selling text makes an often complex subject accessible to beginning students with a strong focus on readability and illustrations. Earth: An Introduction to Physical Geology offers an engaging survey of basic geologic principles and concepts using non-technical language and the most relevant Canadian and international examples.
Author: James Flynn
Publisher: The Princeton Review
Release Date: 2003
If Students Need to Know It, It’s in This Book This book develops the Earth science skills of high school students. It builds skills that will help them succeed in school and on the New York Regents Exams. Why The Princeton Review? We have more than twenty years of experience helping students master the skills needed to excel on standardized tests. Each year we help more than 2 million students score higher and earn better grades. We Know the New York Regents Exams Our experts at The Princeton Review have analyzed the New York Regents Exams, and this book provides the most up-to-date, thoroughly researched practice possible. We break down the test into individual skills to familiarize students with the test’s structure, while increasing their overall skill level. We Get Results We know what it takes to succeed in the classroom and on tests. This book includes strategies that are proven to improve student performance. We provide ·content groupings of questions based on New York standards and objectives ·detailed lessons, complete with skill-specific activities ·three complete practice New York Regents Exams in Physical Setting/Earth Science
Author: Edward J. Denecke Jr.
Publisher: Regents Power Packs
Release Date: 2017-09
Here's a powerful study tool to help you ace your Regents exam. This two-book pack includes: Barron's Earth Science Regents Exams and Answers containing hundreds of questions answered and explained, and review questions grouped by topic Let's Review Earth Science with extensive review of all topics and extra exercise problems with answers The Power Pack represents a savings of $2.99 when compared to the prices of the books purchased separately.