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AQA GCSE Foundation: Combined Science Trilogy and Entry Level Certificate Workbook

Brand new workbook to support ELC and Foundation GCSE students

Author Rob Butler

Suitable for:  Ages 14-16; AQA Entry Level Certificate in Science or Foundation-Tier GCSE Combined Science: Trilogy students projected to achieve Grade 3 or below and their teachers

Price:  £9.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-844498-5
Publication date: 10/03/2019 (estimated)
Paperback: 256 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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Description

Brand new workbook to support your low prior achievers to complete AQA Entry Level Certificate in Science or AQA Foundation: Combined Science Trilogy GCSE. Carefully designed to review student knowledge with a variety of different questions, and including regular progress checks to build student confidence and prepare them for their exams.


Features

  • Can be used independently or to complement the AQA GCSE Foundation Combined Science: Trilogy and Entry Level Certificate Student book
  • Part of the most trusted and best-selling series for AQA GCSE Sciences
  • Matched to the new AQA Entry Level Certificate in Science and AQA GCSE Combined Science Trilogy (9-1) specification for co-teaching
  • Consolidates the main learning outcomes by using step-by-step questions
  • Builds literacy skills with activities focussed on building a scientific vocabulary
  • Provides opportunities to apply practical skills to answering questions
  • Regular progress checks to provide useful feedback and intervention to students
  • Supported by checkpoint quizzes, worksheets on Kerboodle, available to all AQA GCSE Sciences subscribers at no extra cost

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