BTEC Level 2 First Applied Science Teacher Planning Pack
Part of the BTEC Level 2 First Applied Science series
- £160.00 + £3.20 UK VAT
- Publication Date
- August 2010
BTEC's resources for the 2010 Applied Science specification
This Teacher Planning Pack supports the Edexcel BTEC Level 2 First Applied Science QCF specification for first teaching from September 2010.
The BTEC Level 2 First Teacher Planning Pack
offers you teaching support, with schemes of work, lesson plans and activities for you to use, saving you valuable planning time.
Covers all 22 units of the new specification, including extended coverage of all of the first six units, giving you complete support for the course, from a single pack.
Save planning time: Schemes of work and lesson plans help you make the most of your planning time — use them as they stand or edit them to suit your needs.
Closely mapped to the Student Book covering mandatory and optional units.
Skills sheets for learners include writing frames and help with graphs.
Practical work and skills-building material stretch and support your learners. Everything can be photocopied as many times as you like.
Guidance on writing a good assignment giving you the confidence to approach assessments and help your learners improve.
Mapping grid to GCSE - helping you to manage your key stage 4 science portfolio.
FREE VLE disk with all the files from the pack in an editable format, so that you can focus the resources to suit your needs, and upload them to your VLE.
Unit 1 Chemistry and our Earth
Unit 2 Energy and our Universe
Unit 3 Biology and our environment
Unit 4 Applications of chemical substances
Unit 5 Applications of physical science
Unit 6 Health applications of life science
Unit 7 Practical scientific project
Unit 8 Science and the world of work
Unit 9 Working in a science-based organisation
Unit 10 The living body
Unit 11 Monitoring the environment
Unit 12 Growing plants for food
Unit 13 Investigating a crime scene
Unit 14 Science in medicine
Unit 15 Using mathematical tools in science
Unit 16 Designing and making useful devices in science
Unit 17 Chemical analysis and detection
Unit 18 Exploring our Universe
Unit 19 Electronics in action
Unit 20 Biotechnology procedures and applications
Unit 21 Science in the world
Unit 22 Investigating human behaviour
Adeline Cogill, Peter Gale, Sue Hocking, James Irvine, Roy Llewellyn, Ismail Musa, Patricia Rhodes, Nigel Saunders and Mark Winterbottom
All have years of experience of teaching Science in Schools and Colleges. The team includes External and Senior Verifiers. They have created an innovative range of planning and delivery materials designed to engage, support, stretch and motivate learners.