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Title: Exploring Science Pupil's Book 1 Year 7 Paper (Bk. 1)
Author: Mark Levesley
Author2: Sandra Baggley
Author3: Steve Gray
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The Pupils' BooksThe Exploring Science Pupils' Books provide full coverage of the content for Key Stage 3 Science and are each divided into Biology, Chemistry and Physics units.Each topic within the units is accompanied by worksheets and assessment material. Pupils' Books 3 and 9 (for QCA) contain additional revision units to help with preparation for the SATs, and additional project units to provide work for after the SATs."The book is attractive, with lots of colour pictures and diagrams, and encourages pupils to dip in and find bits to read and do."Education in Chemistry, May 2001."The best Key Stage 3 resource to be published for a long time!"Mr S Clements, Head of Department, Moorside High School, Manchester.
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