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Read All About It

Author: Richard Worsnop

Publisher: Arnold-Wheaton (1987)

Story Chest Stage 11

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Robot World

Author: David Glover

Part of a series: All Aboard Series Stage 7

Publisher: Harcourt Education (1995)

Part of the All Aboard Non Fiction series. This book looks at the difference between robots in films and books, and robots in the real world. It explores some of the main things which robots are used for and provides examples.

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Science Entry Level Certificate Ocr

Authors: Chris Sherry, Louise Smiles, Brian Cowie

Publisher: HarperCollins (2011)

Fully supporting the OCR Entry Level Science specification, the new Collins Entry Level Science resources will help you to motivate your students and encourage progression by making science accessible Support lower attaining students with content pitched at the right level; short manageable sentences, bullet points and explanatory images to help visual learners Encourage students to think for themselves with engaging prompt questions Practise and test understanding with questions on every page, including a stretching final Challenge' question Help students overcome common misconceptions with Watch out boxes Build practical and mathematics skills with activities at the end of each item Prepare for end-of-item tests with student-friendly checklists

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Science Works 1

Authors: Pam Large, Sandra Mitchell, Chris Sherry, Philippa Gardom Hulme

Part of a series: Science Works

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2007)

This student book introduces key content together with skills such as data analysis and understanding evidence, and sets both within the context of how science is used, and useful, in everyday life. Every unit ends with a double page spread focusing on one aspect of how science works and `How do we ...' boxes throughout the book highlight relevant areas such as investigation, modelling, using data or development of theories.

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Science Works 2

Authors: Pam Large, Sandra Mitchell, Philippa Gardom Hulme

Publisher: Sherry

What makes SCIENCE WORKS a great learning resource? - How Science Works is fully integrated throughout, just as it is in th ecurriculum - An Assessment for Learning strand is fully integrated to make personalised learning easier - The resource structure supports both two-and three year courrses. This Student Book introduces key content together with skills such as data analysis and understanding evidence, and sets both within the context of how science is used, and useful, in everyday life. Every unit ends with a double page spread focusing on one aspect of how science works and 'How do we...' boxes throughout the book highlight relevant areas such as investigation, modelling using data or development of theories.

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Science Works 2

Authors: Pam Large, Sandra Mitchell, Chris Sherry, Philippa Gardom Hulme

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2008)

Science Works enables you to deliver the skills-based How Science Works approach in an integrated, manageable and fully supported way.

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Science Works 3

Authors: Pam Large, Sandra Mitchell, Philippa Gardom Hulme

Publisher: Oxford University Press (2009)

What makes Science Works a great learning resource? How Science Works is fully integrated throughout, just as it is in the curriculum An Assessment for Learning strand is fully integrated to make personalised learning easier The resource structure supports both two- and three-year courses. This Student Book introduces key content together with skills such as data analysis and understanding evidence set within the context of how science is used, and useful, in everyday life. There are several pages in every unit on How science works which highlight areas such as investigation, modelling, using data or the development of theories.

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Shocking Electricity

Author: Nick Arnold

Part of a series: Horrible Science

Publisher: Scholastic (2011)

SCIENCE WITH THE SQUISHY BITS LEFT IN! • Which scientist gave electric shocks to his eyeballs? • How can an electric eel give you a nasty shock? • Why does electricity keep your heart beating? Get the awful answers in Shocking Electricity!

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Sounds Dreadful

Author: Nick Arnold

Part of a series: Horrible Science

Publisher: Scholastic Children's Books (2011)

If you think that you can stomach the sick side of science, then read on as the world of rumbling resonance, shocking sound waves and sonic boom gets a sound check. Find out how sound waves make your ear drums tremble and why listening to church bells might give you a nose bleed!

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Space, Stars And Slimy Aliens

Authors: Nick Arnold, Tony De Saulles

Part of a series: Horrible Science

Publisher: Scholastic (2011)

HORRIBLE SCIENCE SCIENCE WITH THE SQUISHY BITS LEFT IN! Why does space make the guts explode? Which astronomers killed people? What does the moon smell like? Get the awful answers in Space, Stars and Slimy Aliens! OVER 40 HORRIBLE SCIENCE TITLES TO COLLECT! HAVE YOU GOT THE WHOLE HORRIBLE LOT?

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