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Science for Excellence : Physical Science: Level 3

Souter, Nicholas, ed. (2010) Science for Excellence : Physical Science: Level 3. Science for excellence . Hodder Gibson. ISBN 1444110764

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Abstract

The Science For Excellence series fulfils all four capacities of Curriculum for Excellence in its wealth of activities to encourage and support responsible citizenship, effective contributors, successful learners and confident individuals. Level 3 books in Biological, Chemical and Physical sciences all provide resource materials for schools offering either integrated or subject-specific science at Level 3, and embody all seven principles of CfE's design. A mapping grid ensures coverage of all experiences and outcomes, as well as the mandatory requirements of literacy, numeracy and health & wellbeing. Accompanying Dynamic Learning materials offer Lesson Builder suggestions, interactive whiteboard activities, image support, weblinks, quizzes and teacher support. Science For Excellence is written by a wide range of experienced and innovative teachers from across Scotland, who have provided a resource - not a course - to allow active science learning to take place within a Scottish and global context, all in a manner which encourages pupil engagement and enthusiasm.