Primary Science for the Caribbean

Primary Science for the Caribbean

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This series has been completely revised to help pupils achieve the aims and objectives of the Primary Science syllabuses. All the books in the series help children to understand and enjoy science through activity-based learning. The series follows the process approach to develop the main scientific skills. Features include: * lists the syllabus objectives at the beginning of each chapter * highlights the process skill being developed in every chapter * includes a wide variety of relevant activities * encourages pupils to work in groups where appropriate * gives clear instructions on safety * includes summaries of key facts * offers extra project work * includes revision tests * has a clear and attractive layout. There is also a handbook, How to Teach Primary Science for the Caribbean, written by the same author team, which contains an explanation of the process approach to teaching, guideance on assessment and evaluation (including alternative approaches to assessment), and more. Essential Examination Practice is a colleciton of revision questions that is designed to prepare students for the end-of-primary science examination.This has also been written by Raphael Douglass and Trevor Garcia. About the Authors Raphael Douglass is well known as a Science Educator in Trinidad and Tobago, and throughout the Caribbean. Trevor Garcia lectures in Education at Corinth Teachers' College in Trinidad.Activity 2 Fill it up if you can Your group will need: a€c a 473 ml clean soft drink bottle (with a hole punched in it near the neck) ... Only your teacher will use the ice pick to make the hole in the soft drink bottle. plasticine funnel small hole 1 Fit theanbsp;...

Title:Primary Science for the Caribbean
Author:Raphael Douglass, Trevor Garcia
Publisher:Heinemann - 1997


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