Completely revised new edition of the market-leading Chemistry textbook for SL, written for the new 2014 Science IB Diploma curriculum. Now with an accompanying four-year student access to an enhanced eText, containing simulations, animations, worked solutions, videos and much more. The enhanced eText is also available to buy separately and works on desktops and tablets.Follows the organizational structure of the new Chemistry guide, with a focus on the Essential Ideas, Understanding, Applications & Skills for complete syllabus-matching. Written by the highly experienced IB author team of Catrin Brown and Mike Ford, with additional e-features by Richard Thornley and David Moore, you can be confident that you and your students have all the resources you will need for the new Chemistry curriculum.
Developed for the new International A Level specification, these new resources are specifically designed for international students, with a strong focus on progression, recognition and transferable skills, allowing learning in a local context to a global standard. Recognised by universities worldwide and fully comparable to UK reformed GCE A levels. Supports a modular approach, in line with the specification. Appropriate international content puts learning in a real-world context, to a global standard, making it engaging and relevant for all learners. Reviewed by a language specialist to ensure materials are written in a clear and accessible style. The embedded transferable skills, needed for progression to higher education and employment, are signposted so students understand what skills they are developing and therefore go on to use these skills more effectively in the future. Exam practice provides opportunities to assess understanding and progress, so students can make the best progress they can.
This Study Guide was written specifically to assist students using the third edition of Chemistry: A Molecular Approach. It presents the major concepts, theories, and applications discussed in the text in a comprehensive and accessible manner for students. It contains learning objectives, chapter summaries and outlines, as well as examples, self tests and concept questions.