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Integrated Science for CSEC

Clear, concise and accessible

Author Derek McMonagle and Author Pauline Anning

Suitable for:  14-16, those studying Integrated Science at CSEC level

Price:  £23.99 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-837472-5
Publication date: 21/04/2016
Pack: 384 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

Also available as an ebook
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Written specifically for use in Caribbean schools, this course is tailored to the latest CSEC syllabus - providing course contents in a clear, concise and accessible way. It now features newly added digital resources and increased SBA guidance, to help engage students and provide additional support as they study for their examination.


  • Matching the latest Integrated Science for CSEC syllabus, for first examination in 2017
  • Newly added digital resources, including interactive quizzes
  • Objectives at the beginning of each chapter
  • Key facts highlighted
  • Practical activities to help students put theory into practice with highlighted opportunities to develop their skills for the SBA
  • Maths skills feature to help students understand and apply equations
  • Examination-style questions throughout to provide realistic practice
  • Examination tips to support examination practice

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Table of Contents

Section A - The organism and its environment
1: Matter
2: Reproduction and growth
3: Food and nutrition
4: Transport systems
5: Respiration and air pollution
6: Excretion
7: Sense organs and coordination
8: Health and sanitation
Section B - The home and the workplace
9: Temperature control and ventilation

10: Conservation of energy
11: Electricity and lighting
12: Machines and movement
13: Metals and non-metals
14: Acids, bases and mixtures
Section C - Earth's place in the Universe
15: The Universe and our Solar System
16: The terrestrial environment
17: Water and aquatic environment
18: Fossil fuels and alternative sources of energy
19: Forces