Cambridge IGCSE Biology Fourth edition Teacher Resource (Access Card) (NYP due May 2021)
This digital teacherÕs resource is designed to help teachers use the series in the most effective way, bridging the gap between teaching theory and practice. It helps teachers support their learners, plan great lessons and teach to the syllabus. The resource also contains professional development to help explain key ideas and approaches, such as active learning, assessment for learning, metacognition, differentiation, cross-curricular learning and project work, questioning and feedback techniques, language awareness, skills for life, and to help teachers incorporate these techniques into their teaching and reflect on the outcomes. This resource was tested in the classroom and contains activities authored by teachers and comments from teachers on their application with their learners. It also includes additional time-saving downloadable and editable content, such as tests and worksheets and a new guide to all the practical activities in the practical workbook and coursebook, and sample data for the activities in the practical workbook. The resource also provides a variety of active lesson ideas with timings. For each topic there are lesson ideas, plenary ideas and reflection tips, and differentiation support. Activity ideas provide extra content and suggestions for hinge questions to support assessment for learning.
Publisher - Cambridge University Press
Author: David Martindill
Curriculum: Cambridge International Education IGCSE Biology
Edition: 4th Edition
Format: Digital Teacher's Resource Access Card
Isbn 10: 1108947476
Release date: June 30, 2021
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