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Activate 3: Kerboodle Book

Engaging KS3 science that prepares for KS4 success

Author Philippa Gardom Hulme, Author Jo Locke, Author Helen Reynolds, and Assessment Editor Andrew Chandler-Grevatt

Suitable for:  11-14

Price:  £180.00 +VAT /year
Subscription period: 1 year

ISBN: 978-0-19-839267-5
Publication date: 15/05/2014
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Description

Activate 3 is the perfect solution for Y9 science. This online student book takes a contextual approach to Biology, Chemistry, and Physics whilst consolidating KS3 topics and preparing for KS4. Activate 3 provides plenty of practise at handling data, extended writing and using maths - all essential skills for KS4 success.


Features

  • Written by experienced teachers, and reviewed by our expert Assessment Editor
  • Online access to the student book for students to access on a range of tablets and devices
  • An engaging option for teaching Y9 who have covered the KS3 programme of study and need further preparation for all KS4 routes
  • Further practise of maths, literacy and working scientifically, still in distinct biology, chemistry, and physics units, but in context
  • Engaging topics such as 'detection', 'new technologies' and 'turning points'
  • End-of-chapter questions in GCSE and IGCSE styles, as well as scenario based activities to help prepare for BTEC
  • The use of this product is subject to the Kerboodle terms and conditions
  • The licence period for this product is for 12 months commencing from the date you receive your activation email. The licence would thereafter be automatically renewed for additional licence periods of 12 months unless you terminate the licence. For details on how to terminate, please refer to the Kerboodle terms and conditions

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