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AQA GCSE Biology: Teacher's Guide by Toby Houghton
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The AQA GCSE Biology Teacher's Guide provides comprehensive support for staff teaching GCSE Biology. Written to support the Student's Book, the text provides answers and support to all the questions and activities within the Student's Book. The Guide also provides lesson outlines with starter, main and plenary activities, suggests timings, provides help in dealing with common misconceptions, outlines the new skills being taught in the course and highlights internal, external and formative assessment opportunities. The Student's Book has a strong emphasis on how science works. It focuses on real-life contexts, and develops enquiry and data handling skills. This guide will help support this new style of GCSE teaching. This guide includes a CD-ROM of the entire content of the book in editable Word format. The paper and CD-ROM versions are both fully cross-referenced to the separate e-Worksheets CD-ROM with practical activities and homeworks.>

Author Biography

Both Christine Woodward and Toby Houghton teach currently and all authors are experienced authors.
Release date NZ
June 29th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Hodder Education
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