New Understanding Science: Book 3. Pupils Book: Revised National Curriculum Edition

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A new edition of this text which has been revised to match the 1995 National Curriculum. Developed from the original "Understanding Science" books, this is the third book in the series. It contains accessible science concepts which cover Key Stage 3 of the Revised Curriculum.
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Overview

A new edition of this text which has been revised to match the 1995 National Curriculum. Developed from the original "Understanding Science" books, this is the third book in the series. It contains accessible science concepts which cover Key Stage 3 of the Revised Curriculum.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780719572906
  • Publisher: Murray, John Publishers, Limited
  • Publication date: 5/30/1997
  • Series: New Understanding Science Series
  • Edition description: Revised National Curriculum Edition
  • Pages: 142

Table of Contents

Unit 1 Spaceship Earth - explaining ecology: photosynthesis
growing plants
balancing gases
energy chains
food webs
problem - grow more
talkabout - useful plants
readabout - biological control. Unit 2 Detecting energy - finding out about light, sound and heat: detecting energy
light travels
colour
sound investigations
hear here
problem - noise annoys
talkabout - lacking sight or hearing
readabout - the beginnings of photography. Unit 3 Back to Earth - describing our planet: the Earth and beyond
inside the Earth
rock groups
rock properties
rock burns
problem - is there anybody out there? talkabout - disappearing fossil fuels
geostationary satellites. Unit 4 Body and mind - finding out about being human: who are you? grow up
growth
learning
problem - teamwork
talkabout - genetic engineering
readabout - selective breeding. Unit 5 Ideas of substance - thinking about patterns and formulae: the mighty (small) atom
family likeness
joining atoms
patterns in reactivity
moving ions
problem - pipes for plumbing
talkabout - trail blazer
readabout - atomic models. Unit 6 Extending the sciences - working with theories: the biology of human inheritance
the chemistry of mineral oil
the physics of energy efficiency
problem - pet insulation
readabout - the day the lizards were stoned to death
talkabout - radiation. Extensions: plant factories
the cycle of elements
rates of reaction
decomposers
environmental news
losing heat energy
see here
electromagnetic waves
singing in the bath
hearing forsurvival
a star's life
flat Earth
shaping the land
rock plates
investigating chemical pollution
inheritance
girl or boy? moving designs
it's the way you say it
drawing atoms
spot the family
valency and the periodic table
electricity from metals
types of compound
survey of animal breeds
polymers
quantitative study of energy efficiency.
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