Cambridge iGCSE Design and Technology Student Book

Harris, J, Bell, D, Hughes, C, McLain, M, Ross, S and Wooff, David (2016) Cambridge iGCSE Design and Technology Student Book. Harper Collins Publishers. ISBN 9780008160111

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Prepare for the new Cambridge IGCSE(R) Design and Technology syllabus with the only title available on the market. The title follows a skills-building approach that links together the theory and practical parts of the syllabus to effectively build students' key skills and knowledge, while also providing support and guidance for teachers. * Be fully prepared to teach the Cambridge IGCSE(R) Design and Technology syllabus 0445 * Have confidence in the content and approach of the Student Book, which is written by highly experienced teachers of Design and Technology from around the world * Successfully prepare for both the written and practical parts of the exam with guidance on the final project and exam-style questions * Provides detailed information that will allow students to develop the skills they need to make the transition from theory to practical application * All three optional papers (Resistant Materials, Graphic Products, and Systems and Control) covered in full, in addition to the core Product Design section * Additional material for students and teachers available online at Collins Connect, including the full Student Book online, interactive quizzes and activity sheets * Meets the needs of English as a Second Language learners with a fresh, visual design and tailored language * Provides a fully international course with international examples, contexts and real-life case studies Collins is working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of this title. IGCSE(R) is the registered trademark of Cambridge International Examinations.

Item Type: Book
Subjects: Education > Secondary Education
Divisions: Faculty of Education and Society
Depositing User: David Wooff
Date Deposited: 07 Sep 2018 15:23
Last Modified: 26 Oct 2018 14:14

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