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From sonic booms to sound waves, find out all about sound and what it does in this fascinating book, including what lies ahead for our use of sound in the future. Super Science fact boxes give interesting stats and lesser-known facts so you can impress your friends with your science knowledge!
From magnetic fields to magnetic materials, find out all about magnetism and what it does in this fascinating book, including what lies ahead for our use of magnetism in the future. Super Science fact boxes give interesting stats and lesser-known facts so you can impress your friends with your science knowledge!
Physics is the science that studies how our universe behaves: from the tiny subatomic world of particle physics to the cosmos of astrophysics and so much more in between. 'Mind Maps: Physics' helps the reader to understand the importance of physics and to learn its language by exploring ten mind maps, which are powerful tools for visual learning and understanding. Complex ideas are explained using text and illustrations that are easy to follow. Featuring specially commissioned, hand-drawn maps, diagrams and doodles, together with an expert analysis of concepts, this book provides a wealth of visual information to explore and discover.
We are working with Cambridge Assessment International Education to gain endorsement for this title. Confidently navigate the updated Cambridge International AS & A Level Physics (9702) syllabus with a structured approach ensuring that the link between theory and practice is consolidated, scientific skills are applied, and analytical skills developed. - Enable students to monitor and build progress with short 'self-assessment' questions throughout the student text, with answers at the back of the book, so students can check their understanding as they work their way through the chapters. - Build scientific communication skills and vocabulary in written responses with a variety of exam-style questions. - Encourage understanding of historical context and scientific applications with extension boxes in the student text. - Have confidence that lessons cover the syllabus completely with a free Scheme of Work available online. - Provide additional practice with the accompanying write-in Practical Skills Workbooks, which once completed, can also be used to recap learning for revision. Also available in the series: Biology Student Book 9781510482876 Chemistry Student Book 9781510480230 Biology Student eTextbook 9781510482913 Biology Whiteboard eTextbook 9781510482920 Chemistry Student eTextbook 9781510482999 Chemistry Whiteboard eTextbook 9781510483002 Physics Student eTextbook 9781510483118 Physics Whiteboard eTextbook 9781510483125 Biology Skills Workbook 9781510482869 Chemistry Skills Workbook 9781510482852 Physics Skills Workbook 9781510482845
Exam Board: SQA Level: Higher Subject: Physics First Teaching: 2018, First Exam: 2019 The Higher Physics Student Book helps teachers and students map their route through the CfE programme, providing comprehensive and authoritative guidance for the course. * Full coverage of the new Higher course specifications with list of learning intentions * Attractive layout with clear text features * Key questions highlight crucial concepts and techniques that need to be grasped by students in order to progress to the next learning intention * What the examiner/assessor is looking for to help teachers & students feel secure * End of unit material - unit assessment, exam-style questions with worked answers and examiners commentary, self-assessment Student Books give a practical, supportive approach to help deliver the new curriculum and offer a blend of sound teaching and learning with assessment guidance.
The Collins Cambridge International AS & A Level Physics course promotes a rich and deep understanding of the 9702 syllabus (for examination from 2022) and development of practical skills. This Student's Book provides in depth coverage of the Cambridge International AS & A level Physics syllabus. This text was written by experts in their field and allows students to develop practical skills in a range of contexts, deepen understanding of key concepts and make links between topics. Students are given regular opportunities to practice and revisit skills and understanding, and evaluate their learning throughout the course. Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education First teaching: 2020; First examination: 2022 * Develop and strengthen practical skills throughout with assignments and experimental skills features and regular opportunities to handle, apply and evaluate data * Deepen understanding by making connections between topics. The prior understanding reviews and end of chapter mind maps provide starting points to build upon * Build self-awareness and take control of learning using the questions and opportunities for reflection throughout the book * Challenge and strengthen learning with stretching extension questions * Prepare for examinations with exam-style questions * Full teacher support also provided including syllabus mapping, notes on common misconceptions, a wealth of activities and regular assessments including prior knowledge reviews, mid-chapter formative and end of chapter exam-style summative tests Collins is working with Cambridge Assessment International Education towards endorsement of this title.
Listen up! Spread the word and ride the wave of science basics with this book about sound. Then look and listen during a hands-on science experiment that will draw everyone's attention in the library or classroom.
What makes things move, but cannot be seen? It pushes and pulls but remains invisible. Learn about the magic of magnetism! Then try a hands-on experiment that will attract kids to science.
We can see light. We know it makes plants grow. Light pours from the sun and from glowing light bulbs. But we can't touch it, or hold it. What is light? Learn about this science basic, and then get hands-on with an experiment that will light up the classroom.
It's time to go to the theme park! Giant rides loom around you, and countless parts are in motion. But many simple machines are at work too. See the Ferris wheel? That's a wheel and axle. Try your luck at skee-ball. You're using an inclined plane. Find out more about the simple machines behind the excitement.
From atoms to solar panels, find out all about electricity and what it does in this fascinating book, including what lies ahead for our use of electricity in the future. Super Science fact boxes give interesting stats and lesser-known facts so you can impress your friends with your science knowledge!
It's time to go to the theme park! What's at the centre of this fun-filled place? Motion! Did you feel like you were floating for a second on the rollercoaster? You can thank g-forces! Did you send the bottles flying after a game-winning throw? That's Newton's first law of motion. Find out more about the science involved in making things go.