Twenty First Century Science: GCSE Biology Teacher Handbook

Evidence-based assessment and differentiated support for the new specifications

Author Mary Whitehouse, Author Alistair Moore, and Author Alistair Moore

Suitable for:  14 to 16

Price:  £100.00

ISBN: 978-0-19-835969-2
Publication date: 22/09/2016
Paperback: 184 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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These new Twenty First Century Science resources have been written alongside the 2016 specifications. Maths and practical skills are developed throughout and an assessment item for every assessable learning outcome provides evidence of students' progress. This Teacher Book covers the Biology specification and Biology content in Combined Science.


  • Working in partnership with the University of York Science Education Group, these new resources have been devised and written alongside the new 2016 specifications
  • Provides an assessment item for every assessable learning outcome of the specification, providing teachers with evidence of their students' progress
  • Worked examples and practice questions are incorporated throughout the Student Books and on Kerboodle to support students with the new increased maths requirements. Kerboodle also has direct links to MyMaths.
  • Practical skills are developed throughout the Student Books, with specific practice for the new practical exam questions and a bank of flexible practical activities on Kerboodle.
  • Multiple-choice, maths, practical, and synoptic practice questions are included throughout
  • Student-facing resources encourage independent learning and support progression to A Level
  • Accompanied by Kerboodle, the popular digital solution for Science teaching in the UK, with a bank of online resources to support assessment, differentiation, maths skills, and practicals

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