Science Skills - GCSE Science Skills Booster: How Science Works, Maths in Science and Quality of Written Communication (School and Home User Licence edition)

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Build the skills needed to succeed in the 2011 GCSE science assessments: How Science Works, Quality of Written Communication and Maths in Science.

These skills are essential to GCSE success. Give your students extra practice to improve their weak areas with this new book that:
- Clearly explains the skills with examples and illustrations, videos and powerpoints
- Gives practice with engaging activities
- Explains the answers and how they can improve

RRP: £300.00

ISBN

978-0-00-752013-8

Publication Date

22-02-2013

Format

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Pages

128 pages

Author

Mark Levesley

Mark has a BSc in biochemistry and a PhD in molecular genetics, and trained as a research scientist. However, in finding that he enjoyed the lecturing side of life more than lab work, he moved into teaching. He wrote his first textbook whilst in his first year of teaching.

Product Description

Build the skills needed to succeed in the 2011 GCSE science assessments: How Science Works, Quality of Written Communication and Maths in Science.

These skills are essential to GCSE success. Give your students extra practice to improve their weak areas with this new book that:
- Clearly explains the skills with examples and illustrations, videos and powerpoints
- Gives practice with engaging activities
- Explains the answers and how they can improve

ISBN

978-0-00-752013-8

Publication Date

22-02-2013

Format

Digital product license code

Pages

128 pages

Product Description

Build the skills needed to succeed in the 2011 GCSE science assessments: How Science Works, Quality of Written Communication and Maths in Science.

These skills are essential to GCSE success. Give your students extra practice to improve their weak areas with this new book that:
- Clearly explains the skills with examples and illustrations, videos and powerpoints
- Gives practice with engaging activities
- Explains the answers and how they can improve

Author

Mark Levesley

Mark has a BSc in biochemistry and a PhD in molecular genetics, and trained as a research scientist. However, in finding that he enjoyed the lecturing side of life more than lab work, he moved into teaching. He wrote his first textbook whilst in his first year of teaching.