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Humanities

Group 1: Studies in Language and Literature English Language and Literature

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English Literature

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Group 2: Language acquisition NEW! English B

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Group 3: Individuals and Societies NEW! History Paper 1

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History Paper 2

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NEW! History Paper 3

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Economics

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Business and Management

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Geography: Patterns and Change

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Geography: Global Interactions

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NEW! Environmental Systems and Societies

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Group 4: Experimental Sciences Biology

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Chemistry

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Physics

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Physics: Exam Preparation Guide

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Group 5: Mathematics NEW! Mathematics Standard Level

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NEW! Mathematics Higher Level

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NEW! Mathematical Studies

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Full programme NEW! Theory of Knowledge

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NEW! Introducing the IB Diploma Programme

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NEW! CAMBRIDGE CHECKPOINT

Geography

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Business Studies

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Accounting

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NEW! Economics

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NEW! Travel and Tourism

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Twentieth-Century History

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NEW! Development Studies

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India Studies

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CAMBRIDGE O LEVEL Economics

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Accounts

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Mathematics

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NEW! Physics

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Commerce

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Statistics

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NEW! English

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THE CAMBRIDGE TEACHERS SERIES

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CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL Science NEW! Biology

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Chemistry

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Physics

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Humanities Economics

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Business Studies

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Cambridge Checkpoint Science

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Sociology

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Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics

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NEW! Thinking Skills

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Cambridge Checkpoint English

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English English Language and Literature

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CAMBRIDGE IGCSE

Computing / ICT Computing

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English

Applied ICT

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English as a Second Language

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First Language English

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Literature in English

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Science Biology

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Chemistry

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Physics

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Mathematics Mathematics

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Accounting

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES

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Mathematics NEW! Mathematics

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Computer Studies / ICT

SHAKESPEARE RESOURCES Cambridge School Shakespeare

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Computer Studies

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Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare

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ICT

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Shakespeare Teacher’s Resource

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NEW! The New Cambridge Shakespeare

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RESOURCES FOR AGES 16–19 Science

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Mathematics

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English

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Humanities

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RESOURCES FOR AGES 14–16 Science

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Mathematics

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English

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Humanities

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RESOURCES FOR AGES 11–14 Science

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Mathematics /ICT

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English

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Mandarin Chinese and Latin

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CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AGENT

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Science

Looking for Science Resources? Take a look at our pick of the best Cambridge resources for Science in 2013...

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Cambridge NEW Checkpoint Science A new suite of resources based on the new Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum frameworks covering three years of study in Stages 7-9 (ages 11-14). This engaging series of Coursebooks, Workbooks and Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs provide full coverage of the Scientific Enquiry Framework.

NEW Cambridge International AS and A Level

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Exciting Coursebooks for the Cambridge International AS and A Level Science syllabuses, including Biology (new for 2012). Fully endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations, each Coursebook is accompanied by a Student’s CD-ROM. Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs are also available.

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Your complete solution for the IB Science Syllabuses! Each Coursebook provides comprehensive coverage of the syllabus at both Standard and Higher Level. An Exam Preparation Guide is also available for Physics.

For other Science Resources...

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Ages 16–19 p. 90

Ages 14–16 p. 100

Ages 11–14 p. 110


Maths

Looking for Maths Resources? There’s so much new publishing for Maths in 2013! Here are the highlights... NEW Cambridge IGCSE® Mathematics

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A brand new Coursebook combining both Core and Extended material, offering a complete solution for all students! Practice Books for Core and Extended are also available, as well as a Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.

NEW Mathematics for the IB Diploma

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Three new Coursebooks specifically covering the IB Mathematics syllabuses! Each book includes a CD-ROM, featuring a complete e-version of the book.

Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics

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A suite of resources based on the new Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum frameworks covering three years of study in Stages 7-9 (ages 11-14). This engaging series of Coursebooks, Practice Books and Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs is strongly focused on the Problem Solving learning objectives.

For other Maths Resources... International AS and A Level

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Ages 16–19 p. 92

Ages 14–16 p. 101

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English

Looking for English Resources? From new titles to bestsellers – there are too many to choose from so here are our top picks...

English for the IB Diploma

p. 10–12

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Introducing English B for the IB Diploma as a new addition to the English for the IB Diploma series!

NEW Cambridge Checkpoint English

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A new suite of resources based on the updated Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum frameworks covering three years of study in Stages 7-9 (ages 11-14). This engaging series of Coursebooks, Workbooks and Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs explores texts from around the world.

Cambridge IGCSE® English as a Second Language

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Our best-selling series from top author Peter Lucantoni providing ideal preparation for the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language exam.

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Ages 16–19 p. 93

Ages 14–16 p. 102

Ages 11–14 p. 116


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Meet our Authors Marc Abrioux has served as senior administrator and Head of two IB World Schools, most recently the United World College of the Adriatic. He also leads workshops for senior administrators and provides consultancy for schools actively considering the introduction or the development of the IB Diploma Programme. Nic Amy is Head of English at Wellington College, UK. He has taught English (formerly A1) in the IB Diploma Programme for a number of years both at Wellington and at St Dunstan’s College in London, where he was also Head of English. He has taught in a variety of British state and independent schools. Jean Bottaro teaches South African, African and Modern World History in South Africa. She is the author of numerous history textbooks. Leighton Dann has taught Biology at secondary level and has been instrumental in developing new practical work for GCSE and post-16 courses in schools and colleges. Kwame Dwamena is a teacher of Mathematics at Luton Sixth Form College. He has been teaching both IB and A level Mathematics (OCR and Edexcel) for the past 14 years. Paul Fannon is a teacher at the Stephen Perse Foundation (IB School of the Year 2010/11). He has nine years’ experience of teaching IB Mathematics from Studies to Further Mathematics, as well as Theory of Knowledge and A Levels (OCR). He is an examiner and has a background as a researcher in both the physical and biological sciences. Nick Fellows was a History teacher and head of department for many years. He is now a full-time examiner, moderator and INSET provider. He has also written several IB and A Level History textbooks and teacher materials.

Peter Hoeben has been a workshop leader and teacher for IB Biology. David James is Director of IB at Wellington College, UK, where he runs the Diploma and Middle Years Programmes. He has taught the IB for ten years, and is an IB workshop leader (training teachers on the revised syllabus). David was Head of English at Haileybury College, Hertford, an IB school, for five years. He has authored student study guides and teacher resources, and has written on a range of educational matters for newspapers and journals. Vesna Kadelburg is a teacher at the Stephen Perse Foundation (IB school of the year 2010/11). She has six years’ experience of teaching IB Mathematics at all levels. Whilst Head of Mathematics at Mander Portman Woodward College, she taught A Levels for all boards. She has represented both England and Serbia in international mathematics competitions and currently trains the UK mathematics team. Richard van de Lagemaat is the founder and Director of InThinking (www.inthinking.co.uk), an innovative educational consultancy service which provides quality training for teachers and administrators in IB World Schools. With more than 25 years’ experience in international education, Richard has been actively involved in teacher training and curriculum development since 1988. Ashby Merson-Davies has taught IB Biology for over 20 years. He has written a series of books which support the IB Biology programme. Caroline Meyrick is an experienced IB teacher and has delivered IB teacher training around the world.

Paul Guinness is a highly experienced author, teacher and examiner. Until recently he was Head of Geography at King’s College School, Wimbledon, an IB school in the UK that was named the Sunday Times International Baccalaureate School of the Year for 2009.

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Stephen Nutt is Head of History at the Sixth Form College, Colchester, a leading IB school in the UK. He has extensive experience at all levels of the assessment process from Principal Examiner downwards.

Allan Todd has been a teacher, exam workshop leader and senior examiner of 20th Century/Modern World History for more than 25 years. He is also the author of numerous GCSE and A Level History textbooks.

Steve Owen teaches at Sevenoaks School, Kent, one of the leading IB schools in the UK, and has over 14 years’ experience in teaching IB Chemistry.

Ellie Tragakes teaches in the Economics department at DEREE – The American College of Greece. She has worked in a variety of organisations including the World Bank and World Health Organization, and has a large number of professional publications.

Brad Philpot, originally from the US, is an experienced IB teacher, workshop leader, consultant and author. He earned a Masters in English Literature and Linguistics and a Masters in Education from the University of Amsterdam. He enjoys working with IB schools all around the world.

K. A. Tsokos teaches IB Physics and Mathematics at ACS Athens. His career in the IB Diploma Programme started 21 years ago at the Copenhagen International School.

Jill Rutherford has some 30 years of teaching and administrative experience within international and UK national schools. She is currently an IB consultant, Academic Director of Ibicus international (which works in cooperation with the IB offering teacher training) and is on the board of ACS International Schools. She was the first Director of the IB Diploma at Oakham School and holds two degrees from the University of Oxford.

Sally Waller teaches History at all levels, including IB, at the Cheltenham Ladies’ College and is an A Level chief examiner. She has also written a number of widely used educational textbooks for 16–18-year-olds.

Michael Scott-Baumann has taught History in a number of schools and has been an A Level examiner for OCR. He has also written A Level textbooks on nineteenth-century Britain and the Middle East.

Stephen Ward is Head of Sixth Form at Lancing College. He has five years’ of A Level teaching experience (Edexcel). He has a background in economics and educational research.

Alex Smith teaches Economics, and Business and Management at Sevenoaks School, Kent, one of the UK’s leading IB schools. He has taught IB Business and Management, and Economics for over 20 years. John Stanley teaches Modern History at the Queen Elizabeth School in Kirkby Lonsdale, in the UK. He has been a History examiner.

Brenda Walpole has 20 years’ experience of teaching IB Biology and has written over 30 science books. She is currently an independent consultant in science education.

Mike Wells has taught History for 38 years. He has written a biography of Bismarck and textbooks on Russia 1855–1964 and Sir Winston Churchill as well as teacher guides for AS level and GCSE History. Ben Woolley is a teacher at the Stephen Perse Foundation (IB school of the year 2010/11). He has four years’ experience of teaching IB Mathematics and A Level (OCR). He has a background in epidemiology and is a qualified vet!

Peter Stimpson has 35 years’ experience in teaching Business Studies and Economics. He is a senior examiner for several major exam boards and also trains international teachers in syllabus development, teaching methods and examination skills. He is the author of numerous Business and Management textbooks.

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English Language and Literature

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English Language and Literature for the IB Diploma Brad Philpot

A bestselling guide for Standard and Higher Level students of Language A Language and Literature for the IB Diploma.

Covers key concepts in language and literature studies in a lively and engaging way suited to IB Diploma students.

Annotated and deconstructed texts, highlighting media and author techniques.

Information and guidance on assessment, explaining the syllabus in practice.

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Materials for exam preparation, covering each assessment type. Sample student work, providing examples for reference and criticism.

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Structured activities to build study skills in language and literature

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English Literature

English Literature for the IB Diploma David James and Nic Amy

A clear, in-depth guide to studying Language A Literature for the IB Diploma.

Activities to help students read, think, discuss, write and present ideas.

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Annotated texts, highlighting key features and author techniques.

Higher Level Extension activities, providing differentiated material for HL students.

Written by experienced, practising IB English teachers.

Timed essay boxes, encouraging practice at writing under exam conditions.

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English B

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A practical and accessible guide to the English B syllabus (from 2011) for the IB Diploma, written by an experienced IB English teacher.

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Provides support for Standard and Higher level students.

Contains activities and authentic texts that develop the target skills (reading comprehension, speaking and writing).

Improves students’ intercultural awareness and understanding of global issues.

A comprehensive course organised according to the Core and Option topics in the IB Guide, including the HL literature component.

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History Paper 1

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Written by practising IB teachers, this new series covers the three prescribed subjects for the IB 20th Century World History syllabus.

Offers in-depth coverage of the subject and contains a wide range of historical sources and practical advice on approaching the document-based Paper 1 examination.

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Each chapter contains questions in the margins to ensure that students develop the necessary understanding and skills to succeed in the examination.

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History Paper 2

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Covers the five Paper 2 topics of the IB 20th Century World History syllabus.

Divided into thematic sections, following the IB syllabus structure, and written in clear, accessible English.

Detailed study of both primary and secondary sources to develop students’ analytical skills.

A historiographical approach, introducing students to the key historical debates.

Links to Theory of Knowledge concepts alongside appropiate topics to stimulate thought and discussion.

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Covers selected topics from the Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus.

Provides sound historical accounts along with detailed explanations and analysis and an emphasis on historical debate to prepare students for the in-depth, extended essay required in the Paper 3 examination.

Theory of Knowledge links built in to the text to stimulate thought and discussion.

Clear essay writing and exam guidance.

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Economics

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Economics for the IB Diploma Second Edition Ellie Tragakes

Offers comprehensive coverage of the Economics syllabus for the IB Diploma at both Standard and Higher Levels.

Provides an international perspective and in-depth coverage of all four sections of the syllabus.

Designed for class use and independent study, it presupposes no background knowledge and offers clear explanations of economic concepts using accessible language.

A Student CD-ROM provides high-quality supplementary materials, including extensive exam practice for Papers 1, 2 and 3 to help students develop their examination skills.

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Why governments impose price floors Explain why governments impose price floors, and describe examples of price floors, including price support for agricultural products and minimum wages.

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minimum price. In Figure 4.15, a price floor, Pf, is set above the equilibrium price, Pe. At Pe, consumers are willing and able to buy Qd of the good, but firms are willing and able to supply Qs of the good. Therefore, a surplus, or excess supply, equal to the difference between Qs and Qd, arises. If the market were free, the forces of demand and supply would force the price down to Pe. However, now this cannot happen. Note that to have an effect, the price floor must be above the equilibrium price. If it were below the equilibrium price, the market would achieve equilibrium and the price floor would have no effect.



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Business and Management

Business and Management for the IB Diploma Peter Stimpson and Alex Smith

A stimulating, student-centred coursebook offering comprehensive coverage of the Business and Management syllabus for the IB Diploma Programme, including Standard and Higher Level topics.

Links closely to the syllabus, following the same division into topics and with clear highlighting of Higher Level material.

Clear, simple language makes the text accessible to students of all abilities.

Emphasises an international dimension with numerous case studies, examples and data from countries around the world.

Exam-style questions at the end of each chapter offering valuable exam practice.

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Geography

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Geography for the IB Diploma: Patterns and Change Paul Guinness

A lively, full-colour coursebook covering the four compulsory topics of the Core theme, Patterns and Change, in the Geography syllabus for the IB Diploma Programme.

Divided into thematic sections, closely following the IB syllabus structure and written in clear, accessible English.

Guides students through the Core topics, building geographical skills and making connections to other areas of the Geography course and to concepts in the Theory of Knowledge.

Case studies from around the world, providing examples for reference.

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Geography for the IB Diploma: Global Interactions Paul Guinness

An attractive, full-colour coursebook covering the seven topics of the Higher Level (HL) Extension syllabus in Geography for the IB Diploma.

Explores the HL theme, Global Interactions, emphasising the various scales at which topics can be studied (global, national, regional, local), and identifying and carefully explaining key global issues.

Guides students through the HL syllabus, building geographical skills and making connections to other areas of the Geography course and to concepts in the Theory of Knowledge.

Encourages detailed study of primary and secondary sources, developing students’ analytical skills.

Content is tailored to the requirements and assessment objectives of the IB syllabus, making it relevant to the way in which the subject is taught, assessed and examined.

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Environmental Systems and Societies

Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma

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An attractive, full-colour coursebook, tailored to the requirements and assessment objectives of the IB’s Environmental Systems and Societies syllabus.

Divided into seven topics, following the IB syllabus structure and content specifications.

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Considers a range of environmental issues from small-scale local events to large-scale global issues. Examples have been drawn from a wide variety of natural and economic situations to demonstrate our impact on the environment.

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Biology

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Physics

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Specifically written for the new IB Mathematics Higher Level syllabus, this highly illustrated coursebook covers material in a progressive manner.

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A practical handbook on how to introduce and sustain the IB Diploma Programme in your school.

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English as a Second Language

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Not only suitable for students studying for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language … Coursebook 1 is an ideal intermediate-level English course for learners studying in an international context, i.e. for those who are studying for other qualifications such as PET or FCE instead of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language.

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Book 1 contains four exam-format practice tests for each of Papers 3, 4 and 5 of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language.

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First Language English

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Cambridge IGCSE® First Language English Marian Cox

Brings a fresh, modern look and up-to-date content matching the specifications of the Cambridge IGCSE First Language English course.

Coursebook contains clear, practical support for students, with a diverse range of stimulus material to enliven the subject.

Workbook features supplementary material to support the Coursebook, including 12 independent units providing exam practice in Language and Style, Comprehension and Summary, Directed Writing, Composition and Coursework.

Teacher’s Resource Book with CD-ROM that supports teachers through the provision of lesson plans, worksheets, answers, handouts, new texts and images all combined within one photocopiable resource.

Worksheets and answers in editable Word format are included on the accompanying CD-ROM, as well as supporting materials for teacher use. Note: All titles in this suite are stand-alone products and cover different texts and themes, providing new and varied material for teaching.

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Literature in English

Cambridge IGCSE® Literature in English Russell Carey

A lively introduction to the study of literature in English at IGCSE level, encouraging both the enjoyment of literature and detailed academic study.

In keeping with the spirit of the Cambridge IGCSE syllabuses, the Coursebook stresses the importance of giving an informed personal response based on close textual study.

Features structured activities that build students’ key skills in responding to literature.

Materials for exam preparation covering each type of assessment.

Sample student work, giving a range of possible answers to read and review.

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Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM providing support material for teaching literature following the Cambridge syllabuses.

Guidance on developing effective writing skills to express ideas clearly.

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English Literature

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Songs of Ourselves •

An accessible, one-volume introduction to the astonishing range of forms, styles and themes of verse written in the English language over more than four centuries.

Produced with Cambridge International Examinations, it contains work by more than 100 poets from all parts of the English speaking world.

Poems have been chosen for universal appeal, avoiding anything very obscure or hard to interpret.

Arranged in broad period settings, the poems are also in loose thematic groupings.

Parts of the book are set for study in Cambridge English syllabuses.

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A set text for Cambridge International Examinations Literature in English courses at IGCSE, O Level and AS and A Level.

Produced with Cambridge International Examinations, it contains stories by writers from many different countries and cultures.

Includes stories by Charles Dickens, H.G. Wells, Virgina Woolf, Graham Greene, V.S. Naipaul, R.K. Narayan, Janet Frame, Raymond Carver, Annie Proulx and many others.

Can be used as an English Language and Literature resource in schools or can simply be read for pleasure.

All stories have been chosen for their wide appeal, avoiding anything obscure or hard to interpret.

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Biology

Cambridge IGCSE® Biology Mary Jones and Geoff Jones

Matches the requirements of the Cambridge Biology syllabus (0610), closely following the syllabus sequence.

Activities to help students develop practical and investigative skills, almost all of which could be used for the assessment of practical skills.

Key ideas at the end of each chapter, summarising the chapter content.

Accompanying CD-ROM with interactive ‘Test Yourself’ multiple-choice questions for each chapter.

Workbook focusing on developing Skill B, Handling information and problem solving, and some aspects of Skill C, Experimental skills and investigations.

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM containing suggestions on how to plan lessons and homework and Worksheets organised by chapter.

Answers to questions and activities from the Coursebook and Workbook are included on the Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.

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Chemistry

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Cambridge IGCSE® Chemistry Richard Harwood and Ian Lodge

Matches the requirements of the revised Cambridge Chemistry syllabus (0620), closely following the syllabus sequence.

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Highlighted information boxes emphasising the major points of the text and examination hints to aid revision.

Accompanying CD-ROM containing questions, animations and guidance on study and revision skills.

Workbook containing exercises that cover both Core and Supplement levels of assessment, focusing on developing skills that students need to do well in their exams, including problem solving, interpreting and evaluating data, and applying knowledge.

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM including worksheets and practical sheets, suggestions on how to combine all the material into lessons, and videos of key experiments.

Answers to questions and activities from the Coursebook and Workbook are included on the Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.

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Physics

Cambridge IGCSE® Physics David Sang

Matches the requirements of the Cambridge Physics syllabus (0625), closely following the syllabus sequence.

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Illustrations and background material showing historical aspects and current applications of physics.

Accompanying CD-ROM providing answers to in-text questions in the Coursebook, multiple-choice questions and activity sheets linked in each chapter.

Workbook containing exercises that are arranged by chapter, in the same order as the Coursebook.

Answers to questions and activities from the Coursebook and Workbook are included on the Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.

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Mathematics

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Cambridge IGCSE® NEW Mathematics Core and Extended Coursebook Karen Morrison and Nick Hamshaw

Covering the complete IGCSE Mathematics (0580) syllabus for both the Core and Extended courses in one place, this highly illustrated Coursebook means no more juggling books for students and teachers. Students of all levels have access to the whole syllabus, enabling them to stretch themselves or find support as required.

Narrative is clear with helpful hints and support in the margins, and the Extended material is clearly highlighted, making the book accessible for all students.

The end of chapter exam-style and past paper questions provide plenty of targeted practice and familiarity with short-answer exam questions. The end of unit examination practice uses structured questions from various topics, encouraging the skill of deciding what method(s) to use.

The accompanying CD-ROM includes interactive questions, revision worksheets tailored for the Core and Extended courses (complete with answers), and worked solutions to some of the exam questions in the book. This is also a calculator support section to help students master their calculator.

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Mathematics

Karen Morrison and Lucille Dunne

Revision Guide also available 978-052-1-53902-9

A practice tool with reminders at the start of each topic and hints in the margin that will successfully accompany any Cambridge IGCSE Matheamtics (0580) coursebook.

Separated into a Core book and an Extended book, the practice books provide comprehensive and targeted practice with a wealth of questions to reinforce skills and learning.

Those using the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Core and Extended Coursebook will find these books complementary with new additional questions and an easy to follow structure that reflects that of the Coursebook.

Those not using our Coursebook will discover a logical and progressive pedagogy with no direct reference to the Coursebook, making a perfect supplement to any principle textbook.

Includes an original full practice examination paper written by the authors.

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Cambridge IGCSE® Mathematics Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Karen Morrison

Designed to work alongside the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Core and Extended Coursebook, this CD-ROM completes the suite of Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (0580) material.

Contains chapter-by-chapter support ideas and advice, as well as extension activities and discussion points to bring maths into context in the real world.

Examples with step-by-step solutions for use in group/class discussion highlight ideas for developing problem-solving skills and spotting common misconceptions.

Includes answers to the end of unit examination practice questions in the Coursebook, allowing these questions to be set for class work, homework and/or used for formative assessment.

Includes (revision) checklists for each chapter to separate out Core and Extended topics.

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Mathematics

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Core Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE® Audrey Simpson

Provides a two-year course leading to the Cambridge IGCSE examination in Core Mathematics.

Completely covers the syllabus for Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Core Level.

Features past examination questions at the end of each chapter.

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Extended Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE® Audrey Simpson

Provides the second year a two-year course leading to the Cambridge IGCSE examination in Extended Mathematics.

Completely covers the syllabus for Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Extended Level.

Features past examination questions at the end of each chapter.

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Computer Studies

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Cambridge IGCSE® Computer Studies Chris Leadbetter, Stewart Wainwright and Alan Stinchcombe

Written specifically for the Cambridge International Examinations Computer Studies (0420) syllabus, both the theoretical and applied aspects of the course are covered with highly illustrated material.

Designed to develop subject-based knowledge, and the key skills of applying this to group discussion examinations and coursework.

Discussion points and Activities throughout encourage discussion, as well as inspiring practical and investigative skills.

Self-assessment questions with answers at the back of the book allow students to assess their own progress.

The accompanying CD-ROM provides guidance on study skills, with particular focus on the coursework and the alternative to coursework. Exemplar answers to selected exam questions are also provided, as are revision notes, revision tests (with answers), revision questions (with answers), and two example exam papers, providing plenty of examination support.

Revision Guide also available!

Key points, hints and examination tips.

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ICT

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Cambridge IGCSE® ICT Chris Leadbetter and Stewart Wainwright

Written specifically for the Cambridge International Examinations Information and Communication Technology (ICT) syllabus (0417), there are numerous illustrations and photos to provide comprehensive coverage, including developments in ICT and how these impact our lives.

Practical examples of the devices, processes and methods being explained are incorporated where appropriate to bring context to the content.

Discussion points and Activities throughout help to encourage group and class discussion, as well as inspiring practical and investigative skills.

Self-assessment questions with answers at the back of the book allow students to assess their own progress.

The accompanying CD-ROM features revision notes, revision questions and guidance on study skills, as well as numerous exemplar answers to past paper questions. The exemplar answers are supported by comments from the authors on avoiding potential pitfalls and common errors, thus providing plenty of examination support.

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Geography

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Cambridge IGCSE® Geography Gary Cambers and Steve Sibley

Provides full coverage of the Cambridge IGCSE Geography syllabus, offering expertise, building confidence and providing guidance in preparing for examinations.

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Fieldwork ideas for theoretical and practical use.

Revision Guide also available which adds focus to revision and tips and notes provide helpful guidance.

Accompanying CD-ROM containing over 40 support sheets for use with topics in the Coursebook, and over 30 sample examstyle questions for Paper 1 with full marking schemes.

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50 up-to-date case studies from a wide variety of countries, including many with Cambridge centres.

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Business Studies

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Cambridge IGCSE® Business Studies Chris J. Nuttall and Medi Houghton Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM: Medi Houghton

Written to cover the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus, Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies offers valuable practical support for students.

Coursebook contains stimulus material drawn from a wide range of business organisations and activities designed to develop key skills and subject-based knowledge. Case studies drawn from a variety of business organisations illustrating the practical application of Business Studies theory. Accompanying Student’s CD-ROM providing answers to selected Coursebook activities, additional revision questions, a glossary of key terms and exam tips. Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM containing answers to all of the Coursebook activities and in-depth case studies with exam-style questions and sample answers.

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Makes revision active and effective. Model questions and answers.

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Accounting/Economics Published by Cambridge University Press, India

Cambridge IGCSE® Accounting Catherine Coucom

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Written specifically for the Cambridge IGCSE Accounting syllabus.

Workbook featuring guidance on preparing for the examination and techniques for use within the examination.

Accounting principles and practices are explained in the Coursebook in language and accessible for students whose first language is not English.

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Cambridge IGCSE® Economics

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Coursebook draws extensively on real world examples to explore economic concepts, theories and issues.

Contains a number of activities (based on examples from around the world) which are designed to facilitate students’ easy understanding of the key concepts.

Workbook designed to help learners develop their understanding of economics with multiple-choice questions.

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Humanities

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Cambridge IGCSE® Travel and Tourism

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Cambridge IGCSE® Twentieth Century History

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Covers the content of the new Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism syllabus.

Written in a clear and accessible style, the book offers comprehensive coverage with an international perspective and in-depth analysis of all topics.

Tony McAleavy

Coursebook

The theme of the book is international relations from 1919 to the end of the twentieth century.

Lively and accessible text is based around key questions matching those in the Cambridge IGCSE syllabus.

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Cambridge IGCSE® Development Studies

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Cambridge IGCSE® India Studies

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Written for the Cambridge IGCSE Development Studies syllabus (0453).

Learning objectives and summaries provide comprehensive coverage and guidance.

Maps, illustrations, tables and figures facilitate a holistic approach to the strategies studied in the text.

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Covers the Cambridge IGCSE History syllabus and relates to the twentieth century core content.

Contains case studies and illustrative examples encouraging subject-based knowledge.

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Adopts an enquiry-based approach with a strong focus on developing skills and modes of thinking towards the emergence of contemporary India.

Of interest to not only those living in the sub-continent and non-resident Indians across the globe, but to anyone anywhere wanting to understand the contemporary world.

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Cambridge O Level

Cambridge O Level Economics

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Draws extensively on real world examples to explore economic concepts, theories and issues. Workbook builds skills and enables students to assess their progress.

Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts Catherine Coucom

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Provides for the first of a two-year course leading to the Cambridge O Level examinations in Mathematics. Designed to be worked through sequentially and can be used both as a classroom textbook and for self-study. Hints and Tips throughout for improving answers in examinations.

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Designed to be worked through sequentially and can be used both as a classroom textbook and for self-study. Worked examples for better understanding of concepts.

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Matches the requirements of the Cambridge O Level Physics syllabus. Accompanying CD-ROM contains a complete answer key and teacher’s notes.

Cambridge O Level English 2nd Edition

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Cambridge O Level Statistics

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Written for students preparing for the O Level in English Language. Written in a clear and accessible style, the book offers comprehensive coverage of the revised syllabus.

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Cambridge O Level Commerce

Mary Trigwell-Jones

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An invaluable resource to those studying Statistics and/or Probability on any other syllabus at a similar or higher level. Aims to serve as a basic introduction to the study of Statistics and Probability.

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Provides for the second year of a two-year course leading to the Cambridge O Level examinations in Mathematics.

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David Sang and Graham Jones

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Cambridge O Level Mathematics Vol. 2

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Written specifically for the Cambridge O Level syllabus.

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The Cambridge Teacher Series

Excellence in Bilingual Education: A Guide for School Principals

 

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Language Awareness in Teaching: A Toolkit for Content and Language Teachers

Timothy Chadwick

The first guide to focus on the development and organisation of a bilingual education programme from the perspective of the school principal. Suggests how the major stakeholders – principal, teachers, students and parents – can work together effectively as a cohesive team.

Helps teachers to develop language awareness to support their students with the academic language they need to be successful in subjects taught through English.

Includes language issues that relate directly to Cambridge IGCSE exams.

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Teachers Learning: Professional Development and Education

Teacher Education and Pedagogy: Theory, Policy and Practice

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Published with the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, this collection of academic essays focuses on the continuing professional development of teachers.

It raises questions about the teacher’s role and profession; knowledge and knowledge creation and issues of power, status and development.

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Cambridge IGCSE E2L examination

Approx 2 years

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Language skills development

1 year

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Not only suitable for students studying for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language … Coursebook 1 is an ideal intermediate-level English course for learners studying in an international context, i.e. for those who are studying for other qualifications such as PET or FCE instead

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Cambridge International AS and A Level of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language, but also as language support for those who are learning other curriculum subjects in English at secondary or high school.

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Already a successful Press author in the field of English language learning for the CIE examinations. He also hosts popular workshops on E2L.

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Cambridge International As and A Level

Cambridge International AS and A Level Cambridge International AS and A Levels are internationally benchmarked qualifications providing excellent preparation for university education. They are part of the Cambridge Advanced stage. Schools and learners find Cambridge International AS and A Levels very flexible. Schools can offer almost any combination of the wide choice of subjects available. Learners have the freedom to select the subjects that are right for them – they either follow a broad course of study, or specialise in a particular area. Cambridge International AS and A Level syllabuses have been created specifically for an international audience. The content of International AS and A Levels is carefully devised to suit the wide variety of Cambridge schools worldwide and avoid any cultural bias. The structure and administration of Cambridge International AS and A Levels are also designed to meet the needs of Cambridge schools and learners around the world.

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A new edition which has been fully updated to cover the 2014 syllabus and endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations.

The experienced author team have reviewed the core text, expanded the Applications of Biology chapters, and added two new chapters on practical skills.

Exam-style practice questions, as well as questions to help review the material.

Advice on how to revise and prepare for the examinations, multiple-choice questions, revision summaries and answers to all book questions.

The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM contains a wealth of resources KEY FEATURES including lesson ideas, activity sheets and worksheets. • A wide range of case studies with questions allowing students to develop skills of analysis, evaluation and application of business concepts. Definitions of key business terms displayed alongside the text for each reference. • Exam-style questions at the end of each chapter offering valuable exam practice. • A final exam skills chapter with practical advice on assessment, exam techniques and tackling pre-issued case study and extended essay. AVAILABLE FORthe THIS TITLE • Links to Theory of Knowledge concepts to stimulate thought Teacher’s and discussion. CDSamples Resources ROM Online CD-ROM •

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Chemistry

Cambridge International AS and A Level

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Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry Roger Norris, Lawrie Ryan and David Acaster

Matches the requirements of the Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry syllabus (9701).

Material required for AS Level is covered in the first 17 chapters, while the remaining 13 chapters cover the material required for the full A Level.

Photos and ‘fact files’ to help understand concepts by relating them to everyday life.

Clear, simple and globally relevant examples to appeal to an international audience.

Accompanying CD-ROM provides animations, Test yourself questions, and advice on how to revise for the practical examination.

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM contains a host of materials designed to support teaching of the syllabus.

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Physics

Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics David Sang, Graham Jones, Richard Woodside and Gurinder Chadha

Matches the requirements of the Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics syllabus (9702).

The first 17 chapters cover the material required for AS Level, while the remaining 16 chapters cover A2 Level.

Worked examples illustrate how to tackle various types of question.

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Written in a clear and accessible style, the Coursebook offers comprehensive coverage that guides students through content and methodology, including a wide range of international case studies, definitions of key terms and a wealth of practice materials. It covers the content of the Cambridge syllabus.

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Written for the Cambridge International Examinations Computing (9691) syllabus, this title follows the syllabus in a chronological fashion to allow easy navigation and a logical progression through the course.

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Edexcel International GCSE English as a Second Language Practice Tests: Reading and Writing Alison Walford with Russell Whitehead

An indispensable book containing four complete practice tests to help students prepare for Paper 1: Reading and Writing of the Edexcel (London Examinations) International GCSE in English as a Second Language.

Teachers will find the book an excellent source of practice material which will engage students’ interest at this level.

Each test includes six parts (as in Paper 1 exam papers): Parts 1-3 contain reading questions; Parts 4-6 contain writing questions.

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English

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The first in a popular series of four workbooks, this book provides revision and practice in four main areas: Situations; Vocabulary; Grammar; and Writing. Can be used to supplement any elementary coursebook and offers useful extra practice for the Cambridge Key English Test (KET) and the Skills for Life Entry 2 examination chapter.

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You Can’t Say That!

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Shakespeare Resources

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Experience Shakespeare like never before with Explore Shakespeare, a new series of iPad apps from Cambridge University Press and Agant. Choose the level of enhancement you want: listen to a full professional performance with a built-in audio feature and combine audio with text as you go along; see images of different productions and engage with the play in performance; use extensive glossaries and notes to get beyond the words and reveal the subtleties of Shakespeare’s writing; see the characters’ relationships visualised and discover each one’s view of the story; pull out important quotations and key themes using word clouds and theme graphs. EXPLORE a play’s characters, themes and use of language. EXPERIENCE a play, with photos, notes, activities and audio. EXAMINE a play, diving deeper into the meaning and context. Engage with Shakespeare and learn to love the greatest writer in the English language.

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Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare

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Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare

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Help to evaluate the historical, social and cultural contexts for a broader understanding of Shakespeare’s plays.

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The New Cambridge Shakespeare General Editor: Brian Gibbons Associate General Editor: A.R. Braunmuller

Now refreshed and complete, The New Cambridge Shakespeare appeals to readers worldwide for its up-to-date scholarship and emphasis on performance.

Edited by an expert international team, the series presents critical editions in modern spelling of all Shakespeare’s plays, sonnets and poems.

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The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide Author: Emma Smith

Are you writing an essay on Hamlet and need some key information on the play’s sources and themes? Or are you going to see a performance of Love’s Labour’s Lost and want a handy summary of the play’s plot and characters? Perhaps you are looking to sort out King Henry IV Parts 1 and 2 from King Henry VI Parts 1, 2 and 3? Perfect for students and theatregoers alike, this lively and authoritative guide covers all Shakespeare’s dramatic and poetic works, providing plot and character summaries, important background context, thoughtful interpretations and descriptions of past performances.

An indispensable reference tool for Shakespeare students and enthusiasts, this compact guide provides authoritative summaries of each of Shakespeare’s works.

• Introduces the rich range of questions raised in Shakespeare’s works, involving the reader in active interpretation of the texts • Features ‘key facts’ on each work, providing informative and revealing statistics, including a breakdown of each play’s major roles • Includes performance photographs of all the plays • Clear, compact and attractive page design allows easy reference.

‘This admirably lucid and concise guide will both provide essential information and stimulate fresh thought about Shakespeare and his works.’ Stanley Wells

Cover images: front – The Comedy of Errors starring Forbes Masson and Jonathan Slinger, directed by Nancy Meckler. Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, 2005; back – Love’s Labour’s Lost starring Gemma Arterton, Cush Jumbo, Michelle Terry and Oona Chaplin, directed by Dominic Dromgoole. Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, 2007. Photographs by Geraint Lewis.

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Mathematics

Resources for ages 16–19

SMP Mathematics for A Level: AQA and Edexcel The School Mathematics Project

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Two popular series for AS and A2 for both AQA and Edexcel A Level Mathematics.

Books for Edexcel are fresh, reliable and more student friendly than the alternatives, featuring worked examples to help clarify ideas and techniques.

Answer key to selected questions.

Books for AQA are clear, user-friendly texts for the popular Core, Mechanics and Statistics modules.

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SMP Mathematics for Edexcel Core 1 Core 2 Statistics 1 Mechanics 1 Core 3 Core 4 Statistics 2 Mechanics 2

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Cambridge Advanced Mathematics Hugh Neill, Douglas Quadling, Steve Dobbs, Jane Miller, Stan Dolan

The series encourages achievement by support revision and consolidation through review exercises and mock exam papers written by experienced examiners.

The easy-to-use texts are fully endorsed by OCR for use with the OCR Mathematics GCE examinations.

The books offer clear chapter summaries with learning objectives stated at the beginning of each chapter.

The stimulating worked examples provide reinforcement throughout and written exercises put ideas to work.

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Mechanics 3 and 4 Decision 1 Decision 2

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English

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Series Editor: Adrian Barlow

A series designed for students aged 16-19, offering critical introductions to a range of literary topics and genres.

All titles provide ideas on how to write about the authors and their work in context.

Each volume has been carefully planned to help students evaluate the influence of literary, cultural and historical contexts on both writers and readers.

Opportunities to explore and evaluate different interpretations in literature.

Each title also contains an anthology of texts and extracts exemplifying key issues raised in the introductions to the areas of study.

American Drama 1900 - 1990 978-0-521-65591-0

The Great War in British American Prose and Literature Poetry in the 20th Century

The Gothic Tradition

The Victorian Novel

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Resources for ages 16–19

Cambridge Contexts in Literature

Shakespearean and Jacobean Tragedy 978-0-521-79562-3

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The Literature of Love 978-0-521-72981-9

Writing Lives: Literary Biography

Landscape and Literature

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Contemporary Fiction

Contemporary Poetry

Modernism and After

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Shakespeare on Stage

Romanticism

The Age of Chaucer

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Women’s Writing: Past and Present

World and Time 978-0-521-71247-7

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English

Resources for ages 16–19

Cambridge Introductions to Literature •

English Literature in Context Paul Poplawski

Accessibily written and lively in style, Cambridge Introductions to Literature are must-have guides designed to introduce students to key topics and authors.

Supports the study of English literature from the Middle Ages to the present.

Carefully structured, with a rich range of illustrations and text boxes summarising vital background information.

An essential resource and reference tool for all English Literature students.

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The truth about love

Selected Tales from Chaucer

Edited by Stephen Siddall and Mary Ward

A wide and thought-provoking range of literature on the theme of love.

Encompasses poetry, fiction, drama and non-fiction from the age of Chaucer to the present day.

Encourages exploration of different aspects of love, providing opportunities for comparative work.

Contains questions designed to develop students’ spoken and written responses to literature.

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A well-established and respected series.

Texts are in the original Middle English, and each has an introduction, detailed notes and a glossary.

Selected titles are also available as CD recordings.

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Humanities

Augustus: Introduction to the Life of an Emperor 978-0-521-74442-3 / 978-0-521-76797-2 Paul the Apostle: His Life and Legacy in their Roman Context 978-0-521-75780-5 / 978-0-521-76764-4 Alexander the Great: The Story of an Ancient Life: 978-0-521-14844-3 / 978-0-521-76748-4 Cambridge Introduction: Peoples of the Roman World 978-0-521-54994-3 / 978-0-521-84062-0

Second Edition Alec Fisher

Reading Latin Reading Latin: Grammar, Vocabulary and Exercises 978-0-521-28622-0 Reading Latin: Text 978-0-521-28623-7 An Independent Study Guide to Reading Latin 978-0-521-65373-2 Reading Greek NEW FOR 2012 Reading Greek: The Teacher’s Notes 978-1-107-62930-1 The World of Athens: 978-0-521-69853-5 Reading Greek: Grammar Exercises 978-0-521-69852-8 Reading Greek Text and Vocabulary: 978-0-521-69851-1 Speaking Greek: 978-0-521-72896-6 An Independent Study Guide to Reading Greek: 978-0-521-69850-4

A stimulating Coursebook that aims to teach critical thinking skills – the ability to interpret, analyse and evaluate ideas and arguments.

Alec Fisher’s approach is based on a widely shared conception of critical thinking and covers many of the basic skills and competencies displayed by good critical thinkers.

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Philosophy: Themes and Thinkers

Liberties Lost/ Freedoms Won

JW Phelan

Hilary McD Beckles and Verene A. Shepherd

Resources for ages 16–19

Critical Thinking: An Introduction

Key Figures of Classical Antiquity:

Students will develop the ability to analyse and assess philosophical arguments, form their own judgements and contribute effectively to the process of debate. Covers the central themes of philosophy and key western philosophical texts.

Written by two of the Caribbean’s leading historians.

Essential reading for students and teachers following courses on the history of the Caribbean such as Caribbean CAPE® Atlantic history, and will also be of special interest to general readers seeking information on the history of the region.

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Classics

Resources for ages 16–19

Greece and Rome: Texts and Contexts Series Editors: Eric Dugdale and James Morwood

An exciting series that provides students with direct access to the ancient world by offering new translations of extracts from the key texts of its literature, history and civilisation, and by setting them in their historical, social and cultural contexts.

Notes and questions alongside the texts provide helpful support and prompt students to develop their own informed responses.

Attractively illustrated to engage students and help them draw parallels between the literary and material sources.

Suitable for both advanced level students and undergraduate study, providing translations that are accurate and accessible.

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Full-colour illustrations throughout

Detailed notes provide historical and cultural context

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Classics NEW TITLES

Series Editors: Judith Affleck and John Harrison

Translated from the original Greek, this series aims to bring students of Classical Civilisation and Drama courses as close as possible to the playwrights’ original words and intentions.

Students are encouraged to discover the plays for themselves by exploring their dramatic qualities through practical exercises and by experimenting with the expressive use of voice, movement, mime and musical accompaniment.

Contains helpful editorial material, including references to Greek religion, mythology, politics and morals.

This series affirms the enduring power of classical Greek theatre, and opens up the plays to a whole new audience.

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Sophocles Antigone Electra Oedipus Tyrannus Philoctetes Aristophanes NEW! Clouds

Resources for ages 16–19

Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama

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History

Resources for Ages 16–19 98

Cambridge Perspectives in History Series Editors: Richard Brown and David Smith

A range of textbooks for advanced history courses, focusing on key periods and themes in British, European and American History.

Period study books provide detailed information on the period, using focus questions, overviews, lists of significant dates, notes explaining key terms, and questions to consolidate learning. Ideal for students who have never studied the history of these periods before.

Shorter themed books explore particular topics in greater depth. The topics examined can be linked with the periods covered by the period study texts.

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Revolution and Reaction Revolutions and Nationalities Conflict, Communism and Fascism Democracies and Dictatorships Theme Books The Cold War The European Dictatorships Civil Rights in America 1865–1980 The Changing Nature of Warfare 1792–1945 Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany Hitler, Chamberlain and Appeasement Hitler and Nazi Germany Fascism The Holocaust The Origins of the First and Second World Wars Nationalism in Europe 1789–1945 Revolutions 1789–1917

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Science

Resources for ages 14–16

Cambridge Gateway Sciences

Cambridge Gateway Separate Science

Mary Jones, David Acaster, David Sang

David Acaster, Mary Jones, David Sang

Offers Science, Additional Science and Separate Science books, along with e-learning material and teacher files on CD-ROM.

A practical resource that offers thorough coverage of the scientific concepts and an affordable option for teaching the separate sciences.

These engaging and straightforward materials build on Cambridge’s proven experience of publishing for OCR and are combined with an experienced author team.

Provides self-assessment and end-ofchapter questions with content written by a team of experienced authors.

Ideal for revision and suitable for independent student use.

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Biology

Moles: A survival guide for Science

Mary Jones, Geoff Jones

Ideal for students taking Biology as a separate Science.

Carefully-controlled language to make the text accessible for a wide ability range.

Questions throughout the text to test understanding.

Many practicals with questions and full apparatus lists for technicians.

Structured revision questions at the end of each chapter.

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Keith Brown

Helpful mole-guides lead students through the book, helping them to understand the mole concept and improve their understanding.

Ideal support for users of Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry, Cambridge International AS and A Level Gateway Science, Science Foundations and Chemistry for OCR.

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Moles

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Science/Mathematics

David Glover, Jean Martin and Helen Norris

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Motivate your students with this exciting blend of books and ICT materials!

Teacher File CD-ROMs contain worksheets, activity notes and lesson plans in PDF and Word format to save you planning time, and can easily be adapted to suit your lesson length or teaching style.

Whole Class Teaching CD-ROMs offer easy-to-use software for starters and plenaries, to teach the main parts of lessons or as a useful revision tool.

Separate Science Books provide coverage of both GCSE Science and Additional Science material for each Science subject.

Class Books feature double-page spreads that summarise and distil the information in an accessible way. The books use simple language and uncluttered diagrams and there is guidance through examination questions.

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Functional Mathematics •

Gives students practice at applying their mathematical skills to functional problems.

An easy-to-follow and stimulating Student’s Book with accompanying CD-ROM, containing an interactive PDF of the book.

Teacher CD-ROM links to the Essentials online resource, giving guidance, answers to all questions and linking each question to the Functional Mathematics objectives and mathematical processes.

The School Mathematics Project

Provides full coverage of the AQA, Edexcel and OCR specifications. .

The Foundation Books are ideal for students who have followed any ‘core’ course, whilst the Higher books cater for those who have followed any ‘extension’ course.

Practice Books are also available, as well as projectable PDFs (available on two CD-ROMs – one for higher level and one for foundation level).

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Science Foundations

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Resources for ages 14–16

Cambridge Collections Series Editor: Michael Marland

A series of anthologies that brings together a variety of high-quality fiction and nonfiction texts from around the world.

With a diverse range of themes, genres, cultural perspectives and voices, these anthologies provide absorbing, thought-provoking and engaging reading for students at a range of levels in secondary education.

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs are available to accompany all titles in the series. Each disc contains a wealth of differentiated and editable worksheets, text extracts, images and audio clips.

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Turning the corner Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Urban voices Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Victorian literature Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM The living planet Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Opening eyes Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM Ideas, insights and arguments Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

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Cambridge School Chaucer Series Editors: Valerie Allen, David Kirkham and Rob Smith

An excellent way of introducing your students to an important period of pre-20th century literature and encouraging enjoyment and understanding of Chaucer with a wide age range.

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Clear format to help students understand and enjoy Chaucer. Background notes provide information on the social, political and religious context of The Canterbury Tales.

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English

Tales from Times Past 978-0-521-58566-8

Drama through the Ages

Poems from the Past

Introducing Dickens

Touched with Fire

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Writing from South Africa

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The Calling of Kindred

The Forms of Poetry

The Forms of Narrative

Writing from Australia

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Resources for ages 14–16

Anthologies

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Snapshots

Developing Snapshots

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Cambridge Critical Workshop

Playforms

Paradise Lost: Books I-II

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Cambridge Literature

Four Women Poets

A Doll’s House

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The Importance of Being Earnest

Three Victorian Poets 978-0-521-62710-8

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English

Resources for ages 14–16

Books for Teachers

Structuring Drama Work

How to Read a Shakespearean Play Text

The Cambridge Encyclopedia of the English Language

The Cambridge Guide to Literature in English

English as a Global Language

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Twelfth Night

World and Time: Teaching Literature in Context

The North Face of Shakespeare

Teaching Shakespeare

Cambridge School Dictionary

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Reflection on Teaching Today and Tomorrow

Developing Teaching and Learning

Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers Textbook

Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers Workbook

Professional Development for Teachers

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Book 1

Book 2

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English Basics

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Covers the ‘Mechanics’ of the English Language.

Each book offers a systematic work and study programme for use in the classroom or at home.

for ages 9–14

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Latin

BESTSELLER

Cambridge School Classics Project

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The most comprehensive and successful Latin course available.

Student Books are full-colour throughout, with a clear layout of stories and language notes, glossaries for quick reference, comprehension questions, full explanations of language points and grammar practice exercises.

Student Study Books are designed to be used in conjunction with the core books of the Cambridge Latin Course, complementing and supporting the other resources.

Teacher’s Guides provide commentary and teaching suggestions, as well as attainment tests and a list of relevant books and audio-visual resources.

The lively storylines, wide range of photographs and cultural information stimulate and maintain students’ enthusiasm for Roman culture.

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Resources for ages 14–16

Cambridge Latin Course

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Teacher’s Guides Book I Book II Book III Book IV Book V

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Lively stories in Latin with key vocabulary support

Clear and simple explanations of Latin grammar

Wide range of colour photos showing Roman art and culture

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Resources for ages 14–16

Cambridge Latin Anthology

Cambridge Latin Grammar

Cambridge School Classics Project

Cambridge School Classics Project

Contains a wide range of poetry and prose from the Roman world for GCSE and for general reading in the first year of a higher level course.

A clear and compact guide designed for students who have progressed to reading unadapted texts of original Roman authors.

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Short Latin Stories

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A range of Latin passages to practice unseen translation and comprehension. Short Latin Stories features comprehension questions and help with vocabulary for each story.

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Translations from Greek and Roman Authors

Designed for use across the whole range of GCSE Classical Civilisation and Classical Languages courses.

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Our Greek and Latin Roots James Morwood and Mark Warman

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Full of fascinating information and stimulating exercises, this book is accessible to teachers and students with little or no knowledge of classical languages.

Bob Lister

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A collection of essays based on papers given at an international conference on Latin.

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Meeting the Challenge

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The Teaching of Classics

Changing Classics in Schools

James Morwood

Bob Lister

A collection of essays which offer a series of snapshots of where the teaching of Classics stands at the start of the 21st Century.

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Meeting the Challenge: International Perspectives on the Teaching of Latin

Charts the historical spread of the classical languages.

Our Greek and Latin Roots

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An essential read for those teaching Latin at primary or secondary level. Draws on research including experience as a classroom teacher, the Illiad Project and the Cambridge Online Latin Project.

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Changing Classics in Schools

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Humanities

A range of textbooks for History students aged 14–16

Russia and the USSR 1905–1991

The First World War

Germany 1918–1945

The USA 1917–1941

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The Arab–Israeli Conflict

South Africa 1948–1994

Modern World History

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Cambridge History Programme

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Career Award series

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Two titles in the Career Award series which are fully endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations. Each book provides stimulating activities for students.

Career Award in Business: Standard Level

Career Award Information and Communication Technology

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Resources for ages 14–16

French for Starters

German for Starters

Edith Baer, Celia Weber

Diane Collett, Michael Spencer

An easy-to-follow course for those who want to focus on the essentials of practical communication in French.

A lively introduction to German language and culture aimed at adults studying either in classes or independently.

Ideal for the adult learner considering a holiday in France, who has either learnt no French before or is conscious of having learnt ‘the wrong kind’.

Uses a communicative approach, and will enable students starting from scratch to reach a level of competence which will allow them to cope with a variety of everyday situations in German-speaking countries.

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Fortissimo!

Cambridge Assignments in Music

Ray Bennett

A complete music course providing all the support you need to teach music to 14-16 year-olds.

The material covers a wide variety of music from 13th century to the 1990s and offers the chance to study musical styles and instruments from a variety of cultures.

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A music series features a variety of books, audio cassettes and CDs including History of Music, Popular Music, Performing and Responding and Popular Music.

Titles include: Popular Music, History of Music, Music Worldwide, General Musicianship and Investigating Musical Styles.

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Science

Resources for Ages 11–14

Cambridge Essentials Science Series Editors: Andy Cooke and Jean Martin

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Materials are organised into Units and Topics with double-page spreads.

Teacher Material CD-ROM provides access to a wide choice of online editable materials, including a range of worksheets and answers to the questions in the Class Book.

Class Books available for years 7, 8 and 9 and are tailored to one of two ability levels – Core or Extension. Each Unit includes a How Science Works Topic. Each Class Book includes a CD-ROM containing interactive PDFs of book pages, with questions, keywords, learning outcomes, summaries and links to online e-learning.

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Science

Series Editors: Andy Cooke and Jean Martin

A highly successful Science course for 11 to 14 year olds, featuring bright and engaging Class Books.

Comprehensive and supportive teacher material for use in class, for homework and in practicals.

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Testmaker CD-ROMs contain tools to facilitate creating and setting assessment tests, and analysing students’ performance.

Worksheets for three ability levels enable students to conduct experiments, or complete an investigation.

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Spectrum

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Science/ Mathematics

Resources for Ages 11–14

Core Science Jean Martin, John Mills, Peter Evans, Bryan Milner

Supports separate Science teaching for 11 to 14 year olds with books for Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

Double-page spreads provide a balance of illustrations, text and questions.

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Maths Trails Graeme Brown, Jennifer Piggott, Liz Pumfrey

Four Teacher Guides including structured activities for problem solving skills, with support notes for teachers.

Developed by the NRICH team at Cambridge University with complementary resources at www.nrich.maths.org.

Each trail gives a progressive route to develop pupils’ mathematical thinking and encourage collaborative work.

Includes planning suggestions, appropriate questions and prompts for lessons together with lesson outcomes and Assessment for Learning guidance.

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Mathematics

Series Editors: Graham Newman and Peter Sherran

A dynamic course that combines book, CD-ROM and online components to offer flexible, time-saving and supportive materials.

Class Books (available for years 7, 8 and 9) are tailored to one of three ability levels – Support, Core or Extension.

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Learning objectives are clearly stated for each topic.

Teacher Material CD-ROM provides access to a wide choice of online editable worksheets and functional Maths guidance, as well as interactive activities.

Plenty of questions allows steady progression within a topic. Each Class Book includes a CD-ROM featuring interactive PDF versions of book pages that give access to explanations of topics.

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Resources for Ages 11–14

Cambridge Essentials Mathematics

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Mathematics

Resources for Ages 11–14

SMP Interact Framework Edition The School Mathematics Project

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Have you ever wondered how computers can make so much happen? How do they perform calculations, show movies and run amazing games? These are all examples of computer programs or applications (often known simply as apps).

This lively book introduces students to the world of coding and to Python 3 – a fantastic language to start coding with.

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Fun challenges and Quick Quizzes to help you become a great coder.

Easy to navigate chapters that make the book accessible to all readers.

Provides all the code that you need, within colour highlighted boxes – making it easy to follow and de-bug.

The companion website provides the full source code for all the projects and challenges as well as help for students and teachers.

With the help of this book students will soon be customising the applications and it will not be long until they are writing their own!

Student meet the Coding Club characters who provide handy hints and comments throughout.

Includes instructions on how to code several fun applications including your own Magic8Ball and an Etch A Sketch® game, and encourages students to customise all the applications in the book to make them truly their own.

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Coding Club: Python Basics

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Making mistakes Did you get a syntax error? Syntax errors are very common when typing in code (as are other errors). If you make one or two it is not your fault. It is because although computers are fast, they can also be a bit stupid. If there are any tiny mistakes in your code, they panic and produce error messages. These messages try to explain to you what the problem is but they are often difficult to understand.

Am I a syntax error? I do not make errors.

Colons, brackets, speech marks, apostrophes and spelling of Python words have to be just right. Although we can read imperfect sentences, computers cannot.

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Which of these lines of code are correct? 1 Print("Hello world!") 2 print("Hello world!") 3 print(Hello world!) 4 print "Hello world!"

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Resources for Ages 11–14

Literacy in Context General Editors: John O’Connor, Joan Ward

A series that will help students to understand more about a particular kind of writing, learn about its language features and work towards their own piece of writing in a similar style.

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The Pocket Guide to English Language John O’Connor

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A handy reference guide for anybody who feels unsure of English grammar.

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Over two hundred terms are covered.

Each grammatical term is illustrated by lively and relevant examples from literature and the media.

Written in a clear and accessible style, the Pocket Guide includes sections on punctuation, word formation and the many varieties of English. For ease of use, the entries all follow a similar pattern. Each one includes: a brief definition; further explanation supported by quotations; notes on key points; and clear cross-references

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Motivating fiction and non-fiction for 11–14 year-olds!

Fiction

Illustrated texts for struggling readers! Exciting full-colour illustrations by dynamic young artists. Simple sentence structures and graded vocabulary.

A Few Minutes

Annie and Mitch

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