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International Secondary 2014 Resources for schools and colleges

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Welcome to our new Cambridge International Secondary catalogue for 2014! We are pleased to share new secondary school and college resources with you, supporting Cambridge Checkpoint, Cambridge O Level, Cambridge IGCSE® and Cambridge International AS and A Level, as well as new IB Diploma additions such as English B for the IB Diploma, Mathematics for the IB Diploma and our highly anticipated guide Decoding Theory of Knowledge. This catalogue is packed full of additional resources for learners aged 16–19, 14–16 and 11–14. Be sure to check our Guide to Products throughout the catalogue for information on free samples that are available, CD or DVD resources, teacher resources, iPad apps and the increasing number of e-Books available for purchase and download. Happy reading! Become a Cambridge reviewer. Submit a review against our individual product pages or alternatively visit education.cambridge.org/review

Contents Cambridge Checkpoint

Cambridge O Level

Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics

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NEW! Economics

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Cambridge Checkpoint Science

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NEW! English

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Cambridge Checkpoint English

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NEW! Biology Revision Guide

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Principles of Accounts

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Mathematics

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Physics

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Statistics

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Commerce

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NEW! Cambridge Global English Stages 7-8

Cambridge IGCSE

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NEW! English as a Second Language

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NEW! First Language English

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Literature in English

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Songs of Ourselves/Stories of Ourselves

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Geography

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NEW! Biology, Chemistry and Physics

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Mathematics

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ICT

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Computer Studies

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NEW! Business Studies

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NEW! 20th Century History

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Accounting / Economics

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Travel and Tourism

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Development Studies

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India Studies

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NEW! Sociology

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NEW! Cambridge Breakthrough to CLIL

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Cambridge International AS and A Level NEW! Biology

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NEW! Chemistry

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NEW! Physics

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NEW! Business

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NEW! English Literature

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NEW! English Language

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NEW! Sociology

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NEW! History

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NEW! Economics

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Thinking Skills

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Critical Thinking

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Computing

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Mathematics

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Applied ICT

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Accounting

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NEW! Travel and Tourism

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Edexcel International GCSE

English as a Second Language Practice Tests

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English Language Teaching Resources

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Cambridge Teacher Series

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

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English Literature

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Resources for 16-19 Science

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Mathematics

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English

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Humanities

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Resources for 14-16 Science

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English

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Humanities

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Resources for 11-14

Group 2: Language Acquisition NEW! English B

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Group 3: Individuals in Societies History Paper 1

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History Paper 2

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History Paper 3

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Geography Patterns and Change

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Geography: Global Interactions

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Environmental Systems and Societies

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Economics

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Business and Management

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Group 4: Experimental Sciences NEW! Biology

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NEW! Chemistry

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NEW! Physics

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Physics Exam Preparation Guide

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Group 5: Mathematics and Computer Science Mathematics Standard Level

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NEW! Mathematics Standard Level Exam Preparation Guide

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Mathematics Higher Level

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NEW! Mathematics Higher Level Exam Preparation Guide

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NEW! Mathematics Higher Level Option : Statistics and Probability

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NEW! Mathematics Higher Level Option : Sets, Relations, Groups

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NEW! Mathematics Higher Level Option : Calculus

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Music

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Science

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Mathematics/ICT

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English

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Mandarin Chinese

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Latin

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Contact Your Local Agent

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Teachers resources available

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Revision guide available

Links to TOK Concepts

NEW! Mathematics Higher Level Option : Discrete Mathematics

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NEW! Mathematical Studies

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NEW! Mathematical Studies Exam Preparation Guide

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NEW! Decoding Theory of Knowledge

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Theory of Knowledge

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Introducing the IB Diploma Programme

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NEW! Cambridge School Shakespeare

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Shakespeare Cambridge Teacher Resources

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Explore Shakespeare

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Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare

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The New Cambridge Shakespeare

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Revision Guides

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Cambridge International AS and A Level

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Cambridge Checkpoint

Cambridge Secondary 1 Cambridge Secondary 1 is a flexible curriculum with integrated assessment from Cambridge International Examinations. It provides a seamless progression from Cambridge Primary – or can be used as a standalone curriculum – to develop learners’ skills and confidence in English, Mathematics and Science. It offers a curriculum framework for educational success for learners (typically 11–14 years old), with an optional testing structure. It also helps prepare for Cambridge IGCSE . Cambridge Checkpoint tests are for use at the end of Cambridge Secondary 1. They are marked by Cambridge International Examinations, and provide schools with an external international benchmark for student performance. Cambridge Checkpoint tests enable feedback to be provided on a learner’s strengths and weaknesses in key curriculum areas. Feedback of this kind is an invaluable source of information. Schools and colleges will be able to make strategic decisions, drawing upon a pool of information and specialist reporting tools built into Cambridge Checkpoint. Learners taking the test receive a Statement of Achievement which gives an indication of their academic progress during this education stage. Cambridge Checkpoint tests are available in English*, Mathematics and Science and can be offered at two sessions during the year. The tests cover all major areas of learning required in the first years of an international secondary education. *The Cambridge curriculum frameworks for English include a First Language and a Second Language option. Cambridge English Language Assesment provides formal summative testing for English as a Second Language (ESL) at this level with the Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) exam. Cambridge Global English Stages 7–8 and Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language Coursebook 1 support the Cambridge Secondary 1 ESL curriculum framework.

The Cambridge Checkpoint Series SUBJECT

STAGE 7

STAGE 8

STAGE 9

English

Mathematics

Science

Cambridge Global English See page 16

STAGE 7

8

Cambridge IGCSE English as as Second Language Coursebook 1 See page 18

STAGE 8

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Cambridge Checkpoint

Cambridge Checkpoint

Cambridge Checkpoint is a new series of resources based on the new Cambridge Secondary 1 curriculum frameworks covering three years of study in Stages 7–9 (typically ages 11–14). Written by experienced authors, Cambridge Checkpoint provides carefully crafted Coursebooks to support the Cambridge Secondary 1 programme in Science, Mathematics and English. Each Coursebook is accompanied by a Workbook or Practice Book and Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM.

Cambridge Checkpoint English 7–9 Marian Cox

Written by a well-respected author and examiner, the suite provides a comprehensive, structured resource which covers the full Secondary 1 framework and seamlessly progresses into the next key stage (see Cambridge IGCSE First Language English on page 22). A lively, colourful Coursebook for each Stage includes activities to develop Reading and Writing skills, with integrated Speaking and Listening tasks. Each Coursebook contains 12 themed units with a full range of stimulus materials, including a balance of fiction and non-fiction from around the world. To support students’ learning, a skillbuilding, write-in workbook provides extra language tasks and reading and writing skills development, including sequencing and cloze exercises. Essential guidance, further activities, activity answers and PDFs for classroom projection are available on a Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM for each Stage.

Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics 7–9 Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce

The brightly illustrated Coursebooks offers comprehensive introduction to all topics covered in the syllabus. Worked examples show students how to tackle different problems, and plenty of exercise questions help prepare students for the different types of question they will face in their exam. The Practice Books contains further exercise questions for practice in the classroom or at home. The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs offers advice on how to introduce concepts in the class, and gives ideas for activities to help engage students with the subject matter. They also include the answers to all questions in the Coursebooks and Practice Books are also included.

Cambridge Checkpoint Science 7–9

Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman and David Sang This engaging course supports teaching of the Science framework both theoretically and practically, with full coverage of the Scientific Enquiry framework integrated throughout the series. The Coursebook gives a thorough introduction to the concepts, and offers a wealth of ideas for hands-on activities to make the subject matter come to life. The Workbook contains exercises that develop students’ ability to apply their knowledge, as well as Scientific Enquiry skills relating to planning experiments and recording results. The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM gives suggestions for how to introduce concepts in the classroom and how to deal with common misconceptions. Answers to all questions in the Coursebook and Workbook, as well as guidance and safety notes for all practical activities, are also included.

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Cambridge Checkpoint

Mathematics

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Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics Coursebooks Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce

The Coursebook offers a comprehensive introduction to all topics covered in the curriculum framework, offering fully integrated treatment of Problem Solving. Worked examples show students how to tackle different problems, and plenty of exercise questions prepare students for the different types of question they will face in the progression tests. Helpful hints provide support and/or reminders to key ideas required to tackle a given problem. 978-1-107-64111-2

Coursebook 7

978-1-107-69787-4

Coursebook 8

978-1-107-66801-0

Coursebook 9

Language accessible to students of a wide range of abilities

Helpful hints provide support and/or useful reminders

Concepts are clearly explained with worked examples

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Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics Practice Books

Mathematics

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce

The Practice Books provide coverage of the Problem Solving framework, with questions relating to the framework statements highlighted in both the Practice Book and the Coursebook. They also contain further exercise questions for practice in the classroom or at home. 978-1-107-69540-5

Practice Book 7

978-1-107-66599-6

Practice Book 8

978-1-107-69899-4

Practice Book 9

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics Teacher’s Resources Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce

The Teacher’s Resources CD-ROMs offer advice on how to introduce concepts in the class, and gives ideas for activities to help engage students with the subject matter. Answers to all questions in the Coursebook and Practice Book are also included along with an end-of-year review test and answers. 978-1-107-69380-7

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 7

978-1-107-62245-6

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 8

978-1-107-69397-5

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 9

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Cambridge Checkpoint

Science

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Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Cambridge Checkpoint Science Coursebooks

Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman and David Sang Supports the teaching of the Cambridge Secondary 1 Science framework both theoretically and practically, with full coverage of the Scientific Enquiry framework integrated throughout the series. The Coursebook gives a thorough introduction to the concepts, and offers a wealth of ideas for hands-on activities to make the subject matter come to life. 978-1-107-61333-1

Coursebook 7

978-1-107-65935-3

Coursebook 8

978-1-107-62606-5

Coursebook 9

Activities for reinforcing scientific enquiry skills

Questions to test understanding

Summary

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Cambridge Checkpoint

Science

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Cambridge Checkpoint Science Workbooks

Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman and David Sang This engaging course supports teaching of the Science framework both theoretically and practically, with full coverage of the Scientific Enquiry framework integrated throughout the series. The Workbook contains exercises that develop students’ ability to apply their knowledge, as well as Scientific Enquiry skills relating to planning experiments and recording results. 978-1-107-62285-2

Workbook 7

978-1-107-67961-0

Workbook 8

978-1-107-69574-0

Workbook 9

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Cambridge Checkpoint Science Teacher’s Resources

Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman and David Sang The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM provides suggestions of how to introduce concepts in the classroom and how to deal with common misconceptions. Answers to all questions in the Coursebook and Workbook, as well as guidance and safety notes for all practical activities, are also included. 978-1-107-69458-3

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 7

978-1-107-62505-1

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 8

978-1-107-69649-5

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 9

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Cambridge Checkpoint

English

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Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Cambridge Checkpoint English Coursebooks Marian Cox

Written by a well-respected author and teacher trainer, the suite provides a comprehensive structured resource which covers the full Cambridge Secondary 1 framework for English as a first language and seamlessly progresses into the next stage. A lively, colourful Coursebook for each stage includes activities to develop Reading and Writing skills, with integrated Speaking and Listening tasks and a strong focus on grammar and skills practice. Each Coursebook contains 12 themed units with a full range of stimulus materials, including a balance of fiction and non-fiction from around the world. 978-1-107-67023-5

Coursebook 7

978-1-107-69099-8

Coursebook 8

978-1-107-66748-8

Coursebook 9

Key points boxes to explain and remind students of important learning points relating to curriculum skills

Attractive, full colour artworks

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Cambridge Checkpoint English Workbooks

English

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Marian Cox

To support students’ learning, a skill-building, write-in Workbook provides extra language tasks and reading and writing skills development, including sequencing and cloze exercises. Offers futher coverage of the framework content areas: Phonics, Spelling and Vocabulary; Grammar and Punctuation; Reading and Writing. 978-1-107-64781-7

Workbook 7

978-1-107-66315-2

Workbook 8

978-1-107-65730-4

Workbook 9

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Cambridge Checkpoint English Teacher’s Resources Marian Cox

This Teacher’s Resource offers valuable advice and additional resources to support teachers delivering the Cambridge Checkpoint English syllabus. Features include: example lesson plans and schemes of work, handouts and worksheets linked to the Coursebook and Workbook units, answers to Coursebook activities and Workbook exercises, practice progression tests and related mark schemes, and a range of supporting material including suggested ICT resources and a curriculum framework overview to maximise the learning experience. 978-1-107-60724-8

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 7

978-1-107-65122-7

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 8

978-1-107-65492-1

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 9

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Cambridge Global English

Cambridge Global English Stages 7–8 Cambridge Global English is an exciting, eight-stage, language-rich English course, developed to provide comprehensive support for primary and lower secondary learners worldwide. Stages 7 and 8 follow the Cambridge Secondary 1 English as a Second Language Curriculum Framework from Cambridge English Language Assessment. The course features skills-building tasks covering listening, reading, writing and speaking, as well as language focus, and study skills. Stages 7 & 8 lay the foundations for learners who may choose to prepare for IGCSE ESL from Year 9 onwards. For Students in Year 9 expecting to do a course leading onwards into IGCSE for English as a Second Language please see Page 18 for our new edition of Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language Coursebook 1. It covers the school year, prepares for the Cambridge IGCSE level and is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations. This title does not cover the Cambridge English Language Assessment framework. Coursebooks 978-1-107-67807-1

Cambridge Global English Stage 7 Coursebook with Audio CD

978-1-107-61942-5

Cambridge Global English Stage 8 Coursebook with Audio CD

Workbooks 978-1-107-64372-7

Cambridge Global English Stage 7 Workbook

978-1-107-65771-7

Cambridge Global English Stage 8 Workbook

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-68870-4

Cambridge Global English Stage 7 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

978-1-107-69103-2

Cambridge Global English Stage 8 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

* These titles will not go through the Cambridge endorsement process as they follow the curriculum framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment

An Introduction to IGCSE English as a Second Language See page 18

Cambridge Global English STAGE 7

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Cambridge IGCSE®

Cambridge IGCSE® Cambridge IGCSE® is the world’s most popular international curriculum for 14-16 year olds, leading to globally recognised and valued Cambridge IGCSE qualifications. It is part of the Cambridge Secondary 2 stage. Schools worldwide have helped develop Cambridge IGCSE, which provides excellent preparation for the Cambridge Advanced stage including Cambridge International AS and A Levels and Cambridge Pre-U, as well as other progression routes. It incorporates the best in international education for learners at this level. It develops in line with changing needs, and is regularly updated and extended. Cambridge IGCSE teachers can draw on excellent resources, training and advice from subject experts. Cambridge IGCSE encourages learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to learning. It develops learners’ skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving, giving learners excellent preparation for the next stage in their education. Schools can build a core curriculum, extend it to suit their learners and introduce cross-curricular perspectives. Clearly defined learning outcomes and content, mean Cambridge IGCSE is compatible with other curricula and is internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures.

®IGCSE is the registered trademark of Cambridge International Examinations.

Completely Cambridge Cambridge resources for Cambridge qualifications Cambridge University Press works closely with Cambridge International Examinations as parts of the University of Cambridge. We enable thousands of students to pass their Cambridge exams by providing comprehensive, high-quality, endorsed resources. Cambridge International Examinations is the world’s largest provider of international qualifications for 5–19 year olds and delivers high-quality and leading-edge assessment services. Cambridge University Press is the oldest printer and publisher in the world, operating continuously since 1584, and is one of the largest academic publishers globally. Cambridge University Press works with Cambridge International Examinations and experienced authors to produce high-quality endorsed textbooks and software that support Cambridge teachers and encourage Cambridge learners.

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Cambridge IGCSE®

English as a Second Language

* We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards recommendation of these titles

NEW

Cambridge Coming Summer 2014 ® IGCSE English as a Second Language Peter Lucantoni

The Introductory components provide the basis for a preparatory one-year, theme-based intermediate English course to prepare students for intermediate level, following on from Cambridge Global English Stage 8 as part of our suite of materials to support the Cambridge Secondary 1 English as a Second Language curriculum. The Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language components provide full and detailed coverage of, and support, the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language syllabus (0510 and 0511) for examination from 2015. The Coursebooks are based on a ‘skills building’ approach so students build up the skills they need through activities. The CD-ROMs in the back of each book contain the audio extracts to complete the listening tasks in the book. Workbooks are available to accompany each Coursebook and contain supplementary support focusing on the grammar and language support that many second language students need.

e-Books available Our resources now include exciting new online material. Be the first to find out more by signing up to education.cambridge.org/registerinterest

Teacher/Learner Resource Pack for The Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, includes interactive quizzes to support formative and summative assessment, stand alone activities with delivery guidance for teachers, video/audio content to support skills practice and prepare for the speaking test or coursework options, summaries of grammar and language points.

Current edition also available – visit our website 978-0-521-73599-5

Teacher’s Resource Book and Exam Preparation Guide also still available 978-0-521-73601-5 978-0-521-15134-4

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The Interactive e-books are digital versions of the Coursebooks with additional features which include rich media, prerequisites checklists, tests to check progress, interactive activities and audio to help with pronunciation of words and phrases.

978-1-107-68698-4 An Introduction to English as a Second Language + CD-ROM 978-1-107-67639-8 An Introduction to English as a Second Language Interactive e-book 978-1-107-66962-8 Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language + CD-ROM 978-1-107-69307-4 Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language Interactive e-book 978-1-107-68881-0 An Introduction to English as a Second Language + CD-ROM 978-1-107-67202-4 Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language + CD-ROM See our website for details Online Teacher Resource Pack

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About best-selling author Peter Lucantoni

English as a Second Language

Introduction to ESL is an ideal intermediate-level English resource for learners studying in any international context, i.e. for those who are studying for other qualifications such as Cambridge English: Prelimary (PET) or Cambridge English: First (FCE) and for those at Stage 9 of the Cambridge Secondary 1 English as a Second Language curriculum. It also provides language support for those who are learning other curriculum subjects in English at secondary or high school.

Peter Lucantoni is an experienced teacher of English as a Second Language and a highly respected teacher-trainer and consultant in ESL who delivers training around the world. He has written a wide range of ESL materials for various syllabuses at a range of different levels.

The table below illustrates how the series fits together for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, Fourth edition: Length of Course

Coursebook

Workbook

Language skills development

1 year

An Introduction to English as a Second Language

An Introduction to English as a Second Language

Cambridge IGCSE ESL examination

Approx. 2 years

Level

Focus

Introduction to ESL Intermediate Level Cambridge IGCSE ESL Upperintermediate Level (IGCSE)

Cambridge Cambridge IGCSE English IGCSE English as a Second as a Second Language Language

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Online resource bank

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An Introduction to English as a Second Language

Exam Preparation Guide

Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language

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Cambridge IGCSE®

English as a Second Language

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Success International English Skills for IGCSE Marian Barry

Covers all the key skills for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language and helps to prepare for examination. Features stimulating topics which are international in perspective. IGCSE-style questions and example answers, with exam-format exercises and tips after every unit. Teacher’s Book containing detailed teacher’s notes and suggestions for alternative approaches. Workbook practice material consolidates and tests understanding of the language and themes in the coursebook. Audio CD containing ten listening passages. 978-0-521-14086-7

Student’s Book

978-0-521-14090-4

Workbook

978-0-521-14088-1

Teacher’s Book

978-0-521-14089-8

Audio CD

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Summary and Note-Taking Marian Barry

This book provides summary and note-taking practice for Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language. By developing note-taking and summarising skills, the exercises are helpful for studies across the curriculum, and as preparation for academic writing. This Revised Edition includes ‘linked summary’ exercises based on the preceding note-taking activities and a Writing Tasks section containing topic-related writing tasks for examination. 24-page Topic Vocabulary section with suggestions for use. Exam-style writing tasks, cross-referenced to the topic vocabulary lists.

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Summary and Note-Taking

978-0-521-14094-2

Summary and Note-Taking, with key

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Practice Tests for IGCSE English as a Second Language: Listening and Speaking Marian Barry, Barbara Campbell and Sue Daish

Books 1 & 2 contain exam-style practice tests to support the Listening and Speaking strands of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language. The With Key editions include the complete audio scripts and answers for the listening tests and full notes for the oral tests. 978-0-521-14051-5

Listening and Speaking Book 1

978-0-521-14053-9

Listening and Speaking Book 1, With Key

978-0-521-14058-4

Listening and Speaking Core Level Book 1 Audio CDs

978-0-521-14054-6

Listening and Speaking Extended Level Book 1 Audio CDs

978-0-521-18636-0

Listening and Speaking Book 2

978-0-521-18634-6

Listening and Speaking Book 2, With Key

978-0-521-18633-9

Listening and Speaking Extended Level Book 2 Audio CDs

English as a Second Language

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations

Practice Tests for IGCSE English as a Second Language: Reading and Writing Marian Barry

Contains four complete exam-style practice tests for Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language. Help to build confidence and develop exam techniques by familiarising students with exam-style questions and with the kinds of topics and texts they will encounter. Book 1 contains three Extended-level tests and one separate Core-level test and Book 2 contains four complete Extendedlevel tests. Stimulating authentic texts on a wide range of subjects. 978-0-521-14059-1

Reading and Writing Book 1

978-0-521-14061-4

Reading and Writing Book 1, with key

978-0-521-14064-5

Reading and Writing Book 2

978-0-521-14065-2

Reading and Writing Book 2, with key

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First Language English

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Cambridge Coming2014Summer IGCSE® First Language English* Marian Cox

Provides full and detailed coverage of, and support for, the latest specification of the Cambridge IGCSE First Language English (0500) syllabus. New updated editions of all components with new content and a clear, fresh page design. The Coursebook is based on a ‘skills building’ approach so students build up the skills they need through activities based on a diverse range of modern stimulus material to enliven the subject. The Workbook contains supplementary material to provide support for students in grammar, language skills and exam practice. The Teacher’s Resource Book provides teachers with a complete solution for teaching the course: structured support and guidance through lesson plans, reading texts and images, worksheets with answers, and student handouts. (Powerpoint slides and PDF/Word versions of worksheets previously available on CD-ROM with the books, are now available on a companion website).

e-Book available

Cambridge IGCSE First Language English Coursebook, Third edition Marian Cox Cambridge IGCSE First Language English, Third edition brings a fresh, modern look and up-to-date content matching the specifications of the Cambridge International Examinations First Language English course (0500). The series is written by a teacher trainer and is endorsed by Cambridge, ensuring that it is tailored to exam board requirements. The Coursebook content has been revised, and features a new, attractive and student-friendly design. A complementary, up-dated Workbook and a Teacher’s Resource Book with CD-ROM, by the same well-known and respected author, are also available.

Other titles available for Cambridge IGCSE First Language English: Workbook Teacher’s Resource Book with CD-ROM

Coursebook Third edition

The Coursebook contains: rcomprehensive coverage of the Cambridge syllabus rfour themed sections selected for their relevance to students worldwide rdiscrete units within each section based on the specific skill areas of the syllabus: Reading, Directed Writing, Composition, Speaking and Listening rclear, practical support for students rlanguage accessible to students of a wide range of abilities rprogression of skills development through imaginative exercises ra diverse range of topical stimulus material to enliven the subject rtasks to test students’ understanding and for further practice at the end of each unit rtips that build confidence and help develop the skills needed for students to fulfil their potential in the examinations ra glossary of key terms.

Cambridge IGCSE First Language English

ISBN 978-0-521-74362-4 ISBN 978-0-521-74369-3

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Marian Cox

Cambridge IGCSE®

First Language English

Coursebook Third edition

Cox

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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. 978-8-175-96248-4

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22.1 What is biotechnology?

Biotechnology involves using living organisms to carry out processes that make substances that we want. Usually, the term is only used when microorganisms are involved, or when plants or animals are used to produce something other than food. We have been using microorganisms to make various products for us for thousands of years. Yeast has been used to make bread and alcohol. Bacteria have been used to make yoghurt and cheese. Of course, people did not know that these microorganisms were involved in the processes they used. Today, we still use microorganisms to make these foods, but we now also use them to make many other substances, such as enzymes. And, in the 1970s, a new branch of biotechnology began, when scientists first found out how to take a gene from one organism and put it into a different one. This is called genetic engineering, and it has opened up entirely new possibilities for using microorganisms and other organisms.

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Enzymes to treat disease Gaucher disease is a rare inherited illness caused by a recessive allele of a gene that affects how the body deals with fat molecules. The normal allele causes the production of an enzyme that helps in fat metabolism. This is missing in people with Gaucher disease. As a result, a fatty substance called glucocerebroside builds up in several body organs, including the spleen and liver (Figure 22.1). There are several types of the disease, but all of them can cause severe damage to various organs. Researchers thought that if they could replace the missing enzyme, they might be able to improve the health of at least some of the people who have this disease. In the 1970s, a method was found to extract this enzyme from human placentas. The results were encouraging, but with only very small supplies of the enzyme it was never going to be possible to treat many people. In the 1980s, scientists found a way to make the enzyme using genetic engineering. Now larger quantities of it were available, and it was much cheaper. The enzyme could also be made in a slightly modified form, which made it work better. Today, some patients with Gaucher disease are given regular doses of the enzyme. This does not cure the disease, but in some people it does help to reduce their symptoms, and improves the quality and length of their lives.

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Using microorganisms

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Figure 22.1 This diagram shows the position of the liver and the spleen, which become enlarged in people with Gaucher disease.

Biotechnology and genetic engineering often make use of microorganisms, such as bacteria and microscopic fungi. There are several reasons for this. Bacteria and fungi are very small, and are easy to grow in a laboratory. They do not take up a lot of space. They reproduce very quickly. They are able to make a huge range of different chemical substances. S No one minds what is done to bacteria and fungi. There are no ethical issues like those that might arise if we used animals. Although bacterial cells are very different from animal and plant cells, in fact we all share the same kind of genetic material – DNA. The genetic code is the same for bacteria as it is for humans and all other organisms. So we can take a gene from a human cell and place it into a bacterial cell, and it will work to produce the human protein. As well as their ‘main’ DNA – their ‘chromosome’ – bacteria also have little loops of DNA called plasmids. These are quite easy to transfer from one cell to another. We can use plasmids for moving genes from one organism’s cells to another.

Figure 22.3 Yeast cells seen with a scanning electron microscope. You can see little buds growing from some of the cells – this is the way that yeast reproduces.

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This process is also called fermentation.

Making biofuels We have seen (page 288) that we need to reduce our use of fossil fuels. One alternative is to use plants to provide sugars, which yeast can then break down to form ethanol. The ethanol – sometimes called bioethanol – can then be used as a fuel. Maize is one of the crops that is used in this process. It is first treated with amylase enzymes, which break

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off the ........................................... of crystallisation. The salt remaining is said to be ............................................ . Salts can be made by other reactions of acids. Magnesium sulfate can be made by reacting magnesium carbonate with ........................................... acid. The gas given off is ............................................ . Water is also formed in this reaction. All ........................................... salts are soluble in water. Insoluble salts are usually prepared by ............................................ .

Exercise 5.2 The analysis of titration results

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Clear and simpleion from the alkali replaces one or more ........................................... ions of the acid. language making Salts can be crystallised from the solution produced by the neutralisation reaction. The salt the text accessible crystals formed often contain ........................................... of crystallisation. These salts are to all abilities called ........................................... salts. The salt crystals can be heated to drive

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Worksheet 5.3 Exercise 5.4 Deducing a formula The significance from a precipitation of salt reaction

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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. 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. 978-1-107-60627-2

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Core Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE速 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. Includes answer key to all exercises at the end of the book to enable students to monitor their work as they progress. 978-0-521-72792-1

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Cambridge IGCSE速 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. Discussion points and Activities throughout encourage discussion, and inspire 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 the coursework and the alternative to the coursework, as well as general study skills. Exemplar answers to selected exam questions are also provided. 978-0-521-17063-5

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Written by experienced teachers, Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies Coursebook provides comprehensive coverage of the Cambridge 0450 syllabus for examination from 2015.

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Unit 3 Marketing

10 Objectives

By the end of this chapter you should understand: the role of marketing in the identification and satisfaction of customer needs

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Marketing, competition & the customer Introduction

Clear learning objectives

In this chapter you are going to begin your study of marketing. The first thing you need to learn about marketing, is that it is much more than just advertising and selling the goods and services of a business.

In this chapter you will learn what is meant by the term market and the role of marketing in identifying and satisfying consumer needs. The influence of consumer and competitor behaviour on the workings of a market and how businesses might respond to this will also be studied. You will also consider how and why businesses might divide the whole market into smaller parts.

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Section 3: Marketing In this section you will learn about the role of marketing in business. Most businesses operate in markets that are constantly changing due to changes in the needs and wants of consumers, increased competition, legal controls and developments in technology. As a consumer you, your family, friends, in fact all of us, affect the marketing activities of business. Businesses need to find out our needs and wants and they do this through market research. The results of market research then influence the marketing mix; decisions about the products a business will produce and sell, the price they will charge, how these goods will be promoted and the place they will be offered for sale. These marketing decisions are combined into a marketing strategy and will influence the decisions of consumers. Will they buy the product? How many will they buy? How often will they buy the product? Businesses may look to enter foreign markets to achieve market growth. This opportunity presents businesses with another set of problems which they need to overcome if they are to successfully compete in global markets.

why some markets have become more competitive

Consumer needs and wants (Chapter 1.1 page 10).

The role of marketing There are many definitions of marketing. The following simple definition identifies the main purposes of marketing. marketing is a management task which involves the identification and satisfaction of customer needs at a profit

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In a previous chapter you learned the difference between consumers needs and wants. The basic needs of individuals are those goods and services which are necessary for survival – water, food, clothing and shelter. However, in addition to these essential needs, individuals will also have things they would like, but which are not necessary for their survival. These are known as ‘wants’. The main role of marketing could be seen as converting the wants of an individual into a need. Business will often use promotional activities, especially advertising, to persuade consumers to that something they want is a need. In doing so, business sales, revenue and profits will rise. You will learn, in a later chapter, how business identifies the needs of consumers through the use of market research techniques methods. Once the needs of consumers have been identified a business must then decide if it is able to satisfy those needs by producing goods or services which they can sell to the consumer at a profit. This is the main purpose of business activity.

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Allan Todd, Sally Waller, Tony Rea and Jean Bottaro Written in clear and accessible language, Cambridge IGCSE History Coursebook with CD-ROM offers comprehensive coverage of the 20th Century Core option of the Cambridge 0470 syllabus for examination from 2015. Includes all the Depth Study options. Authored by experienced teachers and examiners, the various features built into the chapters help students to develop a deeper understanding of the content and build historical skills. Exam support is provided with each chapter culminating in exam-style questions covering all the main question types. Further revision material and exam practice material on the student CD are designed to help students use their skills to their best abilities in examinations. The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM is coming soon so look on our website for details. 978-1-107-68095-1

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C hapt e r 4: O ri g i n s o f t h e fi rs t C o l d Wa r, 1 9 45–49

Introduction Definitions of key terms

Fig 4.2 – Map showing divisions of Cold War Europe/ NATO v. Warsaw Pact, 1955.

In 1941, following the German invasion of the Soviet Union and then the Japanese attack on the US naval base of Pearl Harbor, Britain, the USSR and the USA had formed the ‘Grand Alliance’ to oppose Nazi Germany and its Axis allies, Italy and Japan. Yet, this alliance did not last long after the end of World War II. In fact, there were even signs of tension before the war ended. Within just a few years, the Grand Alliance had been replaced by two hostile camps in what became known as the Cold War. This was to last until 1991, when the Soviet Union broke up into 15 separate nations.

Before then, the term ‘cold war’ had been used to describe situations of extreme international tensions which, nonetheless, stopped short of an outright full-blown ‘hot war’ in which actual military conflict took place. After 1945, this term was used to describe the rivalry and hostility between the USA and the West on one hand, and the USSR and the Soviet bloc on the other. For most of this time, the Cold War was essentially a global contest which consisted of three aspects: t an arms race – most dramatically, a nuclear arms race

Why did the ‘Grand Alliance’ begin to break down in 1945?

t involvement in various conflicts in the developing world

Nature of the Cold War

This contest lasted for almost 50 years, and consisted of several phases. Sometimes, tensions and hostility between the two ‘superpowers’ – the USA and the USSR – declined and, instead, increasing co-operation took place. Such periods of improved relations included ‘The Thaw’ (in the mid-1950s) and ‘Détente’ (in the late 1960s and 1970s).

During most of World War II, the USA and USSR, together with Britain, had been partners in the ‘Grand Alliance’ which had been formed in 1941 to oppose Nazi Germany and its Axis allies, Italy and Japan. However this alliance did not last long after the defeat of Nazi Germany. Instead, from 1945 until 1991, much of the world became divided into hostile camps in what many called the Cold War.

t political rivalry between two very different social and economic systems – capitalism and communism

However, for most of the Cold War, antagonism between the two rival powers was the usual state. The most obvious signs of the Cold War were the division of Europe by the ‘Iron Curtain’ into East and West; the creation of two hostile political and military alliances (NATO in 1949, and the Warsaw Pact in 1955); and a nuclear arms race between the two ‘superpowers’. Though a ‘hot war’ between the two superpowers was avoided, there were many international crises during the Cold War. There were also several vicious ‘hot wars’ involving the allies or ‘client states’ of the two rival powers.

Source B

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From Stettin in the Baltic, to Trieste in the Adriatic, an iron curtain has descended across the continent. Behind that line lie all the capitals of the ancient states of central and eastern Europe… All these famous cities lie in the Soviet sphere, and all are subject to a high and increasing control from Moscow. The Russian-dominated Polish government has been encouraged to make enormous and wrongful inroads upon Germany…. An extract from Winston Churchill’s famous ‘iron curtain’ speech, delivered at Fulton, Missouri in the USA in March 1946.

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‘Iron Curtain’: This term was used to refer to the imaginary frontier and wall of secrecy between capitalist Western Europe and communist Eastern Europe. As the Cold War intensified after 1946, the frontier – especially in divided Germany – became physical. The term was first used by the leading Nazi Joseph Goebbels as early as February 1945.

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superpowers: During the Second World War, this term was used to describe the three major members of the ‘Grand Alliance’ – the USA, the USSR and Britain. It refers to a country which is so powerful, because of its economic and military resources, that it can largely control international situations to serve its own interests. Even by 1945, the USA was clearly the most powerful state the world had ever seen. While the USA was (and remains) a global superpower, the USSR was essentially only a European regional superpower.

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Cambridge IGCSE® Accounting Catherine Coucom

Written specifically for the Cambridge IGCSE Accounting syllabus (0452). Accounting principles and practices are explained in the Coursebook and accessible for students whose first language is not English. Workbook featuring guidance on preparing for the examination and techniques for use within the examination. 978-1-107-62532-7

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New for the Cambridge 0495 syllabus. Written in clear and accessible language, Cambridge IGCSE Sociology Coursebook provides comprehensive coverage of the syllabus in a visually-stimulating format. Key sociological research combined with case studies and thought provoking questions help in understanding concepts. Features such as Key terms and Revision checklist further reinforce learning and understanding of core subject areas. Engaging activities help in applying knowledge in various contexts and building interpretation, analytical and evaluation skills. The book helps students prepare for examination with each chapter culminating in exam-style questions and a further chapter dedicated to revision, examination skills and practice. The Teacher Resources CD-ROM is coming soon so look on our website for details. 978-1-107-64513-4

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Introduction

Clear learning objectives

Sociology is the study of people in societies. In order to study people in societies, it is necessary to have both theories and methods. This first chapter explores the main theories and methods used in sociology. In later chapters, you will encounter these theories again as they are applied to the different topic areas in sociology, and you will learn about research carried out using the main methods.

to behave. At a different level, there is a difference between theories that emphasise how societies are fairly stable, survive over time and how people get along with others, and theories that emphasises major differences between groups within a society, such as between different social classes and between men and women. These differences, and others, are explored below.

Theories are attempts to explain why things happen in the way they do and why people behave as they do. Sociology has a range of theories; there is no agreement as to which is closest to being right. This is because research provides findings, but these findings can often be interpreted in different ways. There are two main differences between types of theories in sociology. At one level, there is a difference between theories that emphasise how people’s behaviour is decided by the society they live in and the way they interact with others and theories that emphasise how people can choose

This chapter also introduces the main methods that sociologists use for research. There is a difference here too, between approaches that try to be as scientific and objective as possible and those that believe that this is not appropriate for studying people. Theory and methods are the basic tools sociologists use. The joint focus in this first chapter on theories and methods will provide an understanding of sociology that will help you through your study of topic areas.

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U2: Theory & Methods Objectives At the end of this chapter you should be able to: Understand the main theoretical approaches to the study of sociology Describe the main stages in sociological research Describe the main methods used in sociological research, and be able to evaluate them referring to practical, ethical and theoretical issues Understand the main types of information and data that sociologists use, including quantitative and qualitative data and primary and secondary data

How do different sociologists interpret society? KEY TERMS

Identity: how a person sees themselves, for example as a female and a student Interpretivism: approaches which start at the level of the individual, focusing on the small scale and usually favouring qualitative methods Macro/micro approaches: Macro approaches focus on the larger scale of whole societies, micro approaches on small scale social interaction Objectivity: absence of bias; the researcher does not allow their values to influence the research Subjectivity: lack of objectivity; the researcher’s view influences the approach taken

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Structuralist and interpretivist approaches: the individual, identity and society STRUCTURALISM Approaches to sociology can be broadly categorised as structuralist or interpretivist. Structuralist approaches are those that focus on large scale social structures and institutions rather than individuals. Individuals tend to be seen as not important in their own right; it is the social roles, and the actions they carry out in fulfilling these roles, that are important. Society is seen as having its own structures which may be hidden from individuals but can be discovered by sociologists. A well known example of a structuralist approach is the work of one of the founding fathers of sociology, Emile Durkheim, on suicide. Suicide might be thought to be an individual act, but Durkheim noticed that suicide rates – the proportion of the population who committed suicide each year – did not change much. However, there were significant differences in suicide rates between countries. Durkheim attempted to show that behind the actions of individuals were social forces that could be studied by sociologists that led to the suicide rates. These might be, for, example, the ways that people were connected to support networks such as families and religious organisations. Where

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Coercion: a force that makes people choose one action over another, often against their will Collective conscience: the expression of a society’s “collective will” that bears down on individuals and shapes their beliefs and behavioural choices.

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Structure, therefore, determines action because to engage in social action we must “speak the same language”, something we can’t do without social structures. Just as natural scientists have observed the effects of “unseen forces” such as gravity or electro-magnetism, social structures are unseen forces whose effect can also be observed using similar techniques to those of the natural sciences: Systematic observation Rigorous testing Quantitative measurements that create reliable knowledge.

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It must explain something, such as why some children achieve more in an education system than others, rather than simply describe it.

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Critical Thinking: An Introduction has been extensively revised with updated examples and a brand new chapter on how to obtain reliable information from the internet. It is suitable for a wide range of students in schools, colleges and universities and may also be used for self-study. This stimulating coursebook 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. 978-1-107-40198-3

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Cambridge International AS and A Level Computing Chris Leadbetter, Roger Blackford and Tony Piper

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. Activity and discussion boxes throughout the book can be used for class or group work or independent investigation. ‘Test yourself ’ questions (with answers) at the end of each chapter are written in an exam style to encourage familiarity and confidence with examinations; the useful ‘Hints’ provide additional support for those who need it. 978-0-521-18662-9 Piper

Cambridge International AS and A Level Computing Revision Guide provides a full coverage of the three theory papers for Cambridge International AS and A Level Computing (9691) syllabus.

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Offers thorough coverage of the AS and A Level topics in both financial and management accounting. Includes the latest changes to the syllabus, especially the introduction of International Accounting Standards (IAS). An ideal resource to support teaching and learning for use both during the course and as an aid to revision.

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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 (2011 syllabus). Each test includes six parts (as in Paper 1 exam papers): Parts 1-3 contain reading questions; Parts 4-6 contain writing questions. The reading questions are based around authentic texts from international sources, including short advertisements and longer pieces such as newspaper articles. The writing questions give students practice in producing formal, semi-formal and informal pieces of writing in the appropriate formats. 978-0-521-18639-1 Edexcel International GCSE English as a Second Language Practice Tests: Reading and Writing

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English Recycling Elementary English Clare West

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 Cambridge English: Key (KET) and the Skills for Life Entry 2 examination. 978-0-521-14078-2 978-0-521-14079-9

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For lower-intermediate to intermediate students, providing guidance and practice in four crucial areas: Grammar; Vocabulary; Situations; and Writing. Can be used to supplement any coursebook at this level, and offers useful extra practice for Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET) and Skills for Life Entry 3. 978-0-521-14076-8

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Welcome the 2014 International Baccalaureate Diploma section of the catalogue! Cambridge University Press remains one of the most comprehensive publishers of specialist resources for the IB Diploma programme. This section brings you many pages packed with a full blend of market leading resources for groups 1 to 5, as well as core material for the Theory of Knowledge syllabus. View our new IB Diploma additions: English B for the IB Diploma, Mathematics for the IB Diploma and our highly anticipated guide Decoding Theory of Knowledge. In addition, you will find details of our fully updated Science editions for Biology, Chemistry and Physics for the IB Diploma, featuring complete digital and print resources. Free samples of these and all of our IB titles are available online. Be sure to visit our new review area at education.cambridge.org/review where you can provide your feedback on our IB resources and any suggestions for new learning material and additional support you may have. Don’t forget to register for your FREE teacher resources today. Simply visit ibdiploma.cambridge.org

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A best-selling 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. Structured activities help to develop and build study skills in language and literature. Discussion points encourage further exploration of ideas. Annotated and deconstructed texts highlight media and author techniques. Information and guidance on assessment explain the syllabus in practice. Materials for exam preparation cover each assessment. 978-1-107-40034-4

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A well-structured, in-depth guide to studying Language A Literature for the IB Diploma. Activities help students to strengthen key skills (reading, thinking, discussion, writing and presenting ideas.) Annotated texts, highlight key features and author techniques. Timed essay boxes provide excellent preparation for writing under exam conditions. Higher Level Extension activities, provide differentiated material for HL students. Written by experienced, practising IB English teachers. 978-1-107-40223-2

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Suitable for Standard and Higher level students. A highly anticipated, quality text written by an experienced IB author. A complete, practical and accessible guide to the English B syllabus (from 2011) for the IB Diploma. Contains activities and authentic texts that develop the target skills (reading, comprehension, speaking and writing). Integrated study ideas for IB central core, featuring LP (Learner profile), CAS (Creativity, Action, Service), TOK (Theory of Knowledge) and EE (Extended Essay). Improves students’ intercultural awareness and understanding of global issues. Materials for exam preparation and information and guidance on assessment. 978-1-107-65422-8

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History for the IB Diploma: Paper 1 Series Editor: Allan Todd

Written by practising IB teachers, this 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 that encourage learners to think and enhance analytical skills. The text is divided into clear sections, following the IB structure and content. Provides key questions and activities to develop the necessary understanding and skills to structure learning, encouraging success in the examination. 978-1-107-66205-6

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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. Provides key questions to develop the necessary understanding and skills to structure learning, encouraging success in the examination. An emphasis on historical debates prepares students for the in-depth, extended essay required in the Paper 3 examination. Theory of Knowledge links built in to the text stimulate thought and discussion. Clear essay writing and exam guidance. 978-1-107-65642-0

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Geography for the IB Diploma: Patterns and Change Paul Guinness

A full-colour, well-structured coursebook providing a clear and accessible scheme of learning. Covers the four compulsory topics of the Core syllabus. Case studies from around the world provide examples for reference and encourage international mindfulness. Practice exercises guide and assist development of Geographical skills. 978-0-521-14733-0

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Activities test understanding Activities 1 2 3

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Define Defi ne (a) the dependency ratio r (b) the ageing ratio. Identify two limitations of the dependency ratio. Describe and explain the variations in the dependency ratio as a result of your calculations in using Table 1. Identify and explain the differences between the two population pyramids shown in Figure 1.

Region

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World

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Table 3 The percentage of total population under 15 years of age, 2009.

Geographical skills Construct a line graph to illustrate the data shown in Table 2. Produce a brief analysis of the trends shown on your graph.

Research idea

them. Young people require resources for health, education, food, water and housing. The money required to cover such needs may mean there is little left to invest in agriculture, industry and other aspects of the economy. The government of a developing country might see this as being too large a demand on the country’s resources and as a result may introduce family planning policies to reduce the birth rate. However, individual parents may have a different view, where they see a large family as valuable in terms of the work children can do on the land. Alongside this, people in poor countries often have to rely on their children in old age because of the lack of state welfare benefits.

Find out how the dependency ratio varies within the country in which you live. Do some regions have a significantly higher dependency ratio than others?

Theory of Knowledge Perceptions as to what is desirable can vary between different groups of people and organisations within a country. For example, a country’s government may want to decrease fertility because of the high costs of providing for the needs of young people, but individual families may view more children as an economic benefit. Do governments have the right to control family size?

As a large young population moves up the age ladder over time, it will provide a substantial working population when it enters the economically active age group (15–64). This will be an advantage if a country can attract sufficient investment to create enough jobs for a large working population. Then, the large working population will contribute a lot of money in taxes to the country which can be invested in many different ways to improve the quality of life and to attract more foreign investment. Such a situation can create an upward spiral of economic growth. On the other hand, if there are few employment opportunities for a large working population, the unemployment rate will be high. The government and most individuals will have little money to spend and the quality of life will be low. Many young adults may seek to emigrate because of the lack of opportunities in their own country.

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The global average for life expectancy increased from 46 years in 1950 to nearly 65 in 2000. It is projected to reach 74 years by 2050.

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In developing countries the population aged 60 years and over is expected to quadruple between 2000 and 2050.

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In developed countries the number of older people was greater than that of children for the first time in 1998. By 2050 older people in developed countries will outnumber children by more than two to one.

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The population aged 80 years and over (the oldest old) numbered 69 million in 2000. This was the fastest growing section of the global population and is projected to increase to 375 million by 2050.

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Europe is the ‘oldest’ region in the world. Those aged 60 years and over currently form 20% of the population. This should rise to 35% by 2050.

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Japan is the oldest nation with a median age of 41.3 years, followed by Italy, Switzerland, Germany and Sweden.

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Africa is the ‘youngest’ region in the world, with the proportion of children accounting for 43% of the population today. However, this is expected to decline to 28% by 2050. In contrast the proportion of older people is projected to increase from 5% to 10% over the same time period.

Eventually, the large number of people in this age group will reach old age. If most of them enter old age in poverty, this creates even more problems for the government.

The impacts of youthful populations

The impacts of ageing populations

Rapid population growth results in a large young dependent population. The young dependent population is defined as the population under 15 years of age. Table 3 shows the huge variation around the world average of 27%. The 41% for Africa is over two and a half times higher than the figure for Europe. The highest figures for individual countries are in Uganda and Niger (49%). The world’s lowest figures are in Japan, Bulgaria, China Hong Kong, China Macao, and Monaco (all 13%).

According to the United Nations (UN), ‘Population ageing is unprecedented, without parallel in human history, and the 21st century will witness even more rapid ageing than did the century just past.’ In western Europe in 1800, less than 25% of men would live to the age of 60. Today, more than 90% do.

Research ideas to explore the topics Countries with large young populations have to allocate a furthersubstantial proportion of their national resources to look after

The following factors have been highlighted by the UN:

A religious procession in Brazil, a Catholic country. Religion can affect attitudes to birth control.

The world’s population is ageing significantly. Ageing of population is a rise in the median age of a population. It occurs when fertility declines while life expectancy remains constant or increases.

The impact of a young population in The Gambia is significant.

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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 Extension syllabus. Encourages detailed study of primary and secondary sources, developing students’ analytical skills. Practice exercises guide and assist development of Geographical skills. 978-0-521-14732-3

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Offers complete coverage of the Economics syllabus for the IB Diploma Standard and Higher level. Encourages progressive learning with questions to test students’ understanding at the end of each chapter. ‘Real World Focus’ international case studies bring economic theories to life. 978-0-521-18640-7

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It is possible to do calculus using degrees, or any other unit for measuring angles, but using radians gives the simplest rules, which is why they are the unit of choice for almost all mathematicians.

These rules only work if x is measured in radians since they are based upon the result that sin x x for very small values of x. You can check on your calculator that sin x x for radians but not for degrees. The result can also be seen on the graph and is proved on Fill-in proof sheet 16 ‘The small angle approximations’ on the CD-ROM. y y=x

Mathematics Standard Level Mathematics Higher Level Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematics Standard Level Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematics Higher Level

Use your calculator to plot the graphs of y = 2 x and y = 3x and their derivatives. The results looks like another exponential function.

y

y Gradient

y = sin x x

y = 3x

y = 2x Gradient

All rules of differentiation from Section 16C still apply.

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Differentiate y

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x − 2c 2 os x .

Differentiate using the rules in key point 16.6. Note that sec2x can also 1 be written as cos2 x

Exercise 16E

Examiner’s hints highlighting common errors

16F The exponential and natural logarithm functions

dy = 3( dx =3

x) 2 (

x

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c2 + 2 sin i x

KEY POINT 16.7

1. Differentiate the following: (a) (i) y 3 in x (b) (i) y 2 x − 5 cos x sin x + 2 c x (c) (i) y = 5 2. Find the gradient of f ( x ) = si

(ii) y (ii) y

2 x t nx +5 1 1 (ii) y t n x − sin x 2 3 π x + x 2 at the point x = . 2 [5 marks]

1 3. Find the gradient of g ( x ) = tan x 3 c 4 π point x = . 6 4. Given h ( x ) = sin x + c x 0 ≤ x < 2π,

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x − x 3 at the [5 marks] [6 marks]

5. Given y

Worked examples show typical workings

We will see how to differentiate exponential functions with bases other than e in Section 20D.

d x (e ) e x dx The natural logarithm function y ln x behaves in a surprising way, having a derivative of a completely different form. KEY POINT 16.8

d 1 (ln x ) = dx x

This result is proved on Fill-in proof sheet 18 ‘Differentiating logarithmic functions graphically’ on the CD-ROM.

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Discrete Mathematics

Mathematical Studies for the IB Diploma

Caroline Meyrick and Kwame Dwamena Written specifically for the new IB Diploma syllabus, this highly illustrated coursebook follows the structure of the syllabus. The significance of mathematics for modeling and practical applications is a prominent theme throughout, making mathematics relevant to the real world. Featuring exam hints and tips to prepare students for their examinations, as well as TOK issues, cross-curricular support and critical thinking issues. Worked examples of stage by stage written solutions show typical working and thought processes.

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Mathematical Studies

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Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematical Studies

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IB Diploma

Decoding Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma Wendy Heydorn and Susan Jesudason

Written in succinct and clear language, Decoding Theory of Knowledge explains key TOK concepts and helps students develop their critical thinking skills. Tailored to the new TOK syllabus and can support any TOK coursebook. Extensive support on the assessment criteria for the essay and presentation. Coverage of areas of knowledge, ways of knowing, personal and shared knowledge, the knowledge framework and knowledge questions. 978-1-107-62842-7

Decoding Theory of Knowledge

IB Diploma Programme

NEW

Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma (Full-Colour Version) Richard van de Lagemaat

A comprehensive, full-colour coursebook designed for use by students following the Theory of Knowledge course in the IB Diploma programme. Features include: questions and exercises that encourage students to engage actively with the material, cartoons and other illustrations to support the text, a summary of key points and a list of terms to remember for each chapter, and much more. 978-1-107-66996-3

Theory of Knowledge

Introducing the IB Diploma Programme General editor Marc Abrioux, Jill Rutherford

A practical handbook on how to introduce and sustain the IB Diploma Programme in your school advising you where to start; the philosophy of the IB, how to become an IB authorised school, the Diploma Programme in full detail, and a large number of case studies from around the world. Contains contributions from over 70 Diploma Programme experts. 978-1-107-60628-9

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Shakespeare Resources

Cambridge School Shakespeare

NEW Cambridge School Shakespeare

Founding Editor: Rex Gibson

Improved, larger-format edition of eleven of the Cambridge School Shakespeare plays. Extensively rewritten, expanded and produced in an attractive new design, featuring colour photos of performances from around the world. Offers an active approach to classroom Shakespeare, enabling students to inhabit Shakespeare’s imaginative world in accessible and creative ways. Students encouraged to share Shakespeare’s love of language, interest in character and sense of theatre. Complete play scripts on right-hand pages, thematically organised classroom activities on facing pages. Extended page-by-page glossaries are aligned with the play script for ease of reference. ‘Looking back’ sections follow each act with further notes, illustrations and activities. Significantly revised and expanded guidance on essaywriting and stagecraft. New editions of As You Like It, King Lear and King Richard III are coming in 2015. Original editions of fourteen more Cambridge School Shakespeare titles also available: see page 70.

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Macbeth (New)

978-1-107-61540-3

Romeo and Juliet (New)

978-1-107-61989-0

Much Ado About Nothing (New)

978-1-107-61559-5

Othello (New)

978-1-107-61548-9

Hamlet (New)

978-1-107-61545-8

A Midsummer Night’s Dream (New)

978-1-107-61539-7

The Merchant of Venice (New)

978-1-107-61535-9

Twelfth Night (New)

978-1-107-61553-3

The Tempest (New)

978-1-107-61689-9

The Taming of the Shrew (New)

978-1-107-61551-9

Julius Caesar (New)

978-0-521-73437-0

As You Like It (Current)

978-0-521-73598-8

King Lear (Current)

978-0-521-61873-1

King Richard III (Current)

Teacher support site coming soon!

Cambridge School Shakespeare

Print Editions

A wealth of free Shakespeare teaching resources targeting key areas of learning such as language, textual understanding and stagecraft. Includes worksheets, engaging multimedia and interactive tools. Check education.cambridge.org/schoolshakespeare for details.

A running synopsis of the play at the top of each facing page

Activities organised in distinctive ‘Stagecraft, ‘Write about it’, ‘Language in the play’, ‘Characters’ and ‘Themes’ feature boxes A clear and simple play text on each right-hand page, matching page-by-page to the previous edition

Expanded glossary in line with the play text

Illustrated with performance photos from around the world

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Cambridge School Shakespeare

The North Face of Shakespeare

Teaching Shakespeare

James Stredder

Rex Gibson

Over 200 activities inviting teachers and drama practitioners to use their classroom as a stage.

Invaluable support for all Shakespeare teachers in schools, colleges and institutions of higher education.

Helps teach the script as drama to be performed, whether sitting at desks or in an open space.

Makes explicit the active learning principles underpinning Cambridge School Shakespeare, helping teachers to develop their existing good practice.

978-0-521-75636-5

The North Face of Shakespeare 978-0-521-57788-5

Stepping into Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s Language

Rex Gibson

Classroom-tested lesson plans for 9–13 year olds. Spiral-bound photocopiable content, perfect for adaptation and extension to suit classroom needs. Uses active, imaginative learning for motivation and the mastery of language skills. 978-0-521-77557-1

Stepping into Shakespeare

Teaching Shakespeare

Rex Gibson

An adaptable teaching resource for both introductory and advanced levels, enabling students of all abilities to grasp how Shakespeare’s dramatic language embodies conflicts at the heart of all drama. 150 editable or photocopiable worksheets. 978-0-521-57811-0

Photocopiable Worksheets

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CD-ROM

First editions of the Cambridge School Shakespeare plays and poems still available include:

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Antony and Cleopatra

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978-0-521-39575-5

The Comedy of Errors

978-0-521-44582-5

King John

978-0-521-42615-2

King Henry V

978-0-521-00055-0

The Merry Wives of Windsor

978-0-521-42506-3

Measure for Measure

978-0-521-40946-9

King Richard II

978-0-521-55947-8

The Sonnets

978-0-521-59955-9

The Winter’s Tale

978-0-521-64863-9

Coriolanus

978-0-521-44603-7

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

978-0-521-62689-7

Henry IV Part 1

978-0-521-44583-2

All’s Well that Ends Well

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Shakespeare Resources

Explore Shakespeare iPad Apps

Try our new light version for free!

Visit education.cambridge.org/ exploreshakespeare for a demo video

Explore Shakespeare like never before with a series of iPad apps. Macbeth, Romeo and Juliet, Twelfth Night, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Hamlet and Othello have been beautifully reimagined for iPad, with illuminating visuals, helpful commentary and compelling audio performance. Readers can experience a play with photos, notes, activities and audio. They can dive deeper into meaning and context and explore a play’s characters, themes and use of language. Clean presentation focused on the play text itself. Full performance audio for each play, with stars like Michael Sheen and Kate Beckinsale. Hundreds of classroom-proven activities for each play, to encourage engagement and understanding. Over 100 performance photographs from many professional productions spread over decades, each with stimulus for interpretation and with stars like David Tennant, Ian McKellen and Judi Dench. Standard glossary academic glossary and academic notes to support understanding at multiple levels. Full-text search with highlighting and filtering. Scene and detailed summaries throughout.

Circles showing how characters are related and who is on stage for each scene. Character stories – see what Juliet knows or what Macbeth has seen. Word clouds with interactive searches show how Shakespeare’s language varies by scene and by character. Themelines – see how the various themes are interwoven through the play. Wealth of additional background material to support a deep understanding of the play’s history, performance and interpretation. Supports both landscape and portrait view. New lower price!

Search the App Store for Cambridge Shakespeare to download any of these titles Romeo and Juliet

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Macbeth

Hamlet

Twelfth Night

Othello

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Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare

Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare Pat and Tom Baldwin, Michael Clamp, Anthony Davies, Celeste Flower, Rex Gibson, Sheila Innes, Pamela Mason, Perry Mills, Stephen Siddall, Rob Smith

Help to evaluate the historical, social and cultural contexts for a broader understanding of Shakespeareâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s plays. Students can look at the play from a number of viewpoints by highlighting key themes, different contexts and critical interpretations. Supports students to express independent opinions and make informed judgements. Background information provides support and prompts inquiry for advanced level study by drawing out issues and themes related to the text. Researched and written by a team of experienced Shakespeare teachers under the guidance of Rex Gibson.

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Antony and Cleopatra

978-0-521-00826-6

Macbeth

978-0-521-00821-1

As You Like It

978-0-521-53850-3

Measure for Measure

978-0-521-53859-6

Coriolanus

978-0-521-00816-7

The Merchant of Venice

978-0-521-00815-0

Hamlet

978-0-521-00824-2

Much Ado About Nothing

978-0-521-00823-5

Julius Caesar

978-0-521-00811-2

Othello

978-0-521-00818-1

King Lear

978-0-521-00813-6

Romeo and Juliet

978-0-521-53849-7

King Richard II

978-0-521-00820-4

Twelfth Night

978-0-521-00812-9

King Richard III

978-0-521-00817-4

The Winterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tale

Detailed running commentary

Critical review

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Shakespeare Resources

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. This series provides lively, instructive access to these rich and complex works without over-simplifying them. For a complete list of titles visit www.cambridge.org/ncs

The New Cambridge Shakespeare

The New Cambridge Shakespeare

SMITH: The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide PPC C M Y BLK

You may also like... 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. t Introduces the rich range of questions raised in Shakespeare’s works, involving the reader in active interpretation of the texts t Features ‘key facts’ on each work, providing informative and revealing statistics, including a breakdown of each play’s major roles t Includes performance photographs of all the plays t 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. Cover design: Andrew Ward

The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide

Author: Emma Smith An indispensable reference tool for Shakespeare students and enthusiasts, providing authoritative summaries of each of Shakespeare’s works. 978-0-521-14972-3

Paperback

978-0-521-19523-2

Hardback

Particular attention is paid to performance

Commentary at the foot of pages

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Science

Biological Science 1 and 2

Advanced Biology

Editor: Roland Soper

Mary Jones, Geoff Jones

Comprehensively covers both core and option material for AS and A2 Level. Includes relevant practical investigations and questions as well as full answers and discussions. 978-0-521-56178-5

Biological Science 1 and 2

An accessible, full-colour textbook contains clear explanations of facts and concepts. The text includes core and extension materials, to allow differentiation for more able students. 978-0-521-48473-2

Human Body Systems 1

Human Body Systems 2

CD-ROM providing a wealth of animations, illustrations, video clips and activities on a range of topics relevant to advanced courses in biology, human biology and health sciences.

CD-ROM providing a wealth of animations, illustrations, video clips and activities on a range of topics relevant to advanced courses in biology, human biology and health sciences.

Includes: human skeleton; bones and joints; muscle apparatus and movement; nutrition; teeth; digestion; respiration; heart and circulation; and blood.

Includes: vision; hearing; smell; taste; touch; nervous system; and hormones.

978-1-84565-029-2

CD-ROM providing a wealth of animations, illustrations, video clips and activities on a range of topics relevant to advanced courses in biology, human biology and health sciences. Includes: reproduction; development; basics of inheritance; human genetics; infectious diseases; and the immune system. Human Body Systems 3

Bioscope UCLES Bioscope is a simulation of a real microscope that includes a large number of botanical and zoological microscope slides. Tasks reinforce the learning of key concepts and help integrate practical work with learning. Biology students can use tasks to practice their observation skills, and develop and improve their practical skills such as focusing, stage movement and measurement. 978-1-845-65026-1

Human Body Systems 2

Experiment Simulator

Simon Haines

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Human Body Systems 1

Human Body Systems 3

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Advanced Biology

Bioscope

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Provides six simulated experiments to inspire and support your pupils, based on real experimental data. Teacher notes and worksheets for IGCSE, GCSE and A Level make the simulations equally useful for pupil use. 978-1-84565-140-4

Experiment Simulator CD-ROM


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Mathematics

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

Two popular series for AS and A2 for both AQA and Edexcel A Level Mathematics. Books for AQA are clear, user-friendly texts for the popular Core, Mechanics and Statistics modules. Books for Edexcel are fresh, reliable and more student friendly than the alternatives, featuring worked examples to help clarify ideas and techniques.

SMP Mathematics for AQA

SMP Mathematics for Edexcel

978-0-521-60525-0

Core 1

978-0-521-60533-5

978-0-521-60526-7

Core 2

978-0-521-60534-2

Core 1 Core 2

978-0-521-60527-4

Statistics 1

978-0-521-60535-9

Statistics 1

978-0-521-60528-1

Mechanics 1

978-0-521-60536-6

Mechanics 1

978-0-521-60529-8

Core 3

978-0-521-60537-3

Core 3

978-0-521-60530-4

Core 4

978-0-521-60538-0

Core 4

978-0-521-60531-1

Statistics 2

978-0-521-60539-7

Statistics 2

978-0-521-60532-8

Mechanics 2

978-0-521-60540-3

Mechanics 2

Cambridge Advanced Mathematics

Hugh Neill, Douglas Quadling, Steve Dobbs, Jane Miller and Stan Dolan The series encourages achievement by supporting 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.

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Core 1 and 2

978-0-521-54899-1

978-0-521-54893-9

Statistics 1

978-0-521-54901-1

Mechanics 2

978-0-521-54900-4

Mechanics 1

978-0-521-54895-3

Statistics 3 and 4

978-0-521-54894-6

Statistics 2

978-0-521-54902-8

Mechanics 3 and 4

978-0-521-54898-4

Further Pure 1

978-0-521-61914-1

Decision 1

978-0-521-54897-7

Core 3 and 4

978-0-521-61915-8

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English

Cambridge Contexts in Literature

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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.

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

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

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

American Drama 1900 - 1990

The Great War in British Literature

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978-0-521-64420-4

American Prose and Poetry in the 20th Century

Opportunities to explore and evaluate different interpretations in literature.

The Gothic Tradition

The Victorian Novel

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

978-0-521-66390-8

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

Writing Lives: Literary Biography

Landscape and Literature

978-0-521-73231-4

978-0-521-72982-6

Contemporary Fiction

Contemporary Poetry

Modernism and After

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978-0-521-71248-4

978-0-521-71156-2

Shakespeare on Stage

Romanticism

The Age of Chaucer

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978-0-521-75372-2

978-0-521-52993-8

Womenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Writing: Past and Present 978-0-521-89126-4

World and Time : Teaching Literature in Context 978-0-521-71247-7

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English English Literature in Context

Cambridge Introductions to Literature Accessibily written and lively in style, Cambridge Introductions to Literature are must-have guides designed to introduce students to key topics and authors. 978-0-521-73465-3

Anglo-Saxon Literature

978-0-521-15437-6

British Romantic Poetry

978-0-521-13255-8

George Orwell

978-0-521-14536-7

Eighteenth-Century Novel

978-0-521-72645-0

Milton

978-0-521-67269-6

Shakespeare’s Comedies

978-0-521-67492-8

Shakespeare’s Tragedies

978-0-521-67120-0

Shakespeare’s History Plays

978-0-521-67188-0

Shakespeare

The truth about love

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.

Paul Poplawski

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. 978-0-521-54928-8

English Literature in Context

Selected Tales from Chaucer 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. For a complete list of titles visit our website education.cambridge.org

Contains questions designed to develop students’ spoken and written responses to literature. 978-0-521-74834-6

The truth about love

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Humanities

Key Figures of Classical Antiquity: 978-0-521-74442-3 / 978-0-521-76797-2 Augustus: Introduction to the Life of an Emperor 978-0-521-75780-5 / 978-0-521-76764-4 Paul the Apostle: His Life and Legacy in their Roman Context 978-0-521-14844-3 / 978-0-521-76748-4 Alexander the Great: The Story of an Ancient Life: 978-0-521-54994-3 / 978-0-521-84062-0 Cambridge Introduction: Peoples of the Roman World Reading Latin 978-0-521-28622-0

Reading Latin: Grammar, Vocabulary and Exercises

978-0-521-28623-7

Reading Latin: Text

978-0-521-65373-2

An Independent Study Guide to Reading Latin

Reading Greek 978-1-107-62930-1

Reading Greek: The Teacher’s Notes

978-0-521-69853-5

The World of Athens

978-0-521-69852-8

Reading Greek: Grammar Exercises

978-0-521-69851-1

Reading Greek Text and Vocabulary

978-0-521-72896-6

Speaking Greek CD

978-0-521-69850-4 An Independent Study Guide to Reading Greek

Philosophy: Themes and Thinkers

Liberties Lost/ Freedoms Won Hilary McD Beckles and Verene A. Shepherd

Written by two of the Caribbean’s leading historians.

JW Phelan

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. 978-0-521-53742-1

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Philosophy: Themes and Thinkers

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. 978-0-521-43544-4

Liberties Lost

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Freedoms Won

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Classics

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. 978-0-521-70709-1

Alexander the Great

978-0-521-69116-1

Cicero and the Roman Republic

978-0-521-68942-7

Greek Theatre in Context

978-0-521-13820-8

Greek Athletics and the Olympic Games

978-0-521-68943-4

Herodotus and the Persian Wars

978-0-521-13773-7

Homerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Odyssey

978-0-521-75746-1

Horace, A Poet for a New Age

978-0-521-72156-1

Lucretius: Poet and Epicurean

978-0-521-13818-5

Roman Theatre

978-0-521-75748-5

Socrates and Athens

978-0-521-74761-5

Tacitus and the Principate

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Virgil, A Poet in Augustan Rome

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Classics

Cambridge Translations from Greek Drama

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 playwrightsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 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. Aeschylus 978-0-521-01075-7

Agamemnon

Euripides 978-0-521-65372-5

Bacchae

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Hecuba

978-0-521-67827-8

Hippolytus

978-0-521-64479-2

Medea

978-1-107-60116-1

Iphigeneia at Aulis

Sophocles 978-0-521-65564-4

Ajax

978-0-521-01073-3

Antigone

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Electra

978-0-521-01072-6

Oedipus Tyrannus

978-0-521-64480-8

Philoctetes

Aristophanes

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Clouds

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Frogs (coming Jan 2014)

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History

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.

BRITISH HISTORY

EUROPEAN / AMERICAN HISTORY

Period Studies

Period Studies

978-0-521-55746-7

Lancastrians to Tudors

978-0-521-59503-2

Clash of Empires

978-0-521-58988-8

Regicide and Republic

978-0-521-58616-0

Expansion, War and Rebellion

978-0-521-56788-6

Revolution, Radicalism and Reform

978-0-521-56734-3

Revolution and Reaction

Theme Books 978-0-521-77537-3

Crown and Parliaments 1558–168

978-0-521-59665-7

The Tudor Monarchies 1485–1603

978-0-521-62664-4

Authority and Disorder in Tudor Times 1485–1603

978-0-521-59845-3

Papists, Protestants and Puritans 1559–1714

978-0-521-59930-6

British Imperialism 1750–1970

978-0-521-58617-7

Chartism

978-0-521-59994-8

Democracy and the State

978-0-521-78607-2

Revolutions and Nationalities

978-0-521-77796-4

Conflict, Communism and Fascism

978-0-521-77797-1

Democracies and Dictatorships

Theme Books 978-0-521-79808-2

The Cold War

978-0-521-77605-9

The European Dictatorships

978-0-521-00050-5

Civil Rights in America 1865–1980

978-0-521-00046-8

The Changing Nature of Warfare 1792–1945

978-0-521-00358-2

Opposition and Resistance in Nazi Germany

978-0-521-00048-2

Hitler, Chamberlain and Appeasement

978-0-521-59502-5

Hitler and Nazi Germany

978-0-521-59872-9

Fascism

978-0-521-59501-8

The Holocaust

978-0-521-56861-6

The Origins of the First and Second World Wars

978-0-521-59871-2

Nationalism in Europe 1789–1945

978-0-521-58600-9

Revolutions 1789–1917

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Science

Cambridge GCSE Computing ®

Features t ͳFîSTUDPVSTFPGJUTLJOEGPS($4&TUVEFOUTBOEUFBDIFST t 0QFOBDDFTTUPUIFCFTUDPNQVUJOHDPNNVOJDBUPSTJOUIFXPSME t "EESFTTFTUIFTIPSUBHFPGTQFDJBMJTUUFBDIFSTJODPNQVUJOH t &RVJQTTUVEFOUTXJUIUIFDPNQVUJOHTLJMMTUIBUNBUUFS t 5PUBMDPWFSBHFPGUIFDVSSJDVMVN EJWJEFEJOUPMFBSOJOHFQJTPEFT

Wow, this looks great! I’ve just started computing and this is a gift!

Bravo. That’s all I can say, just bravo.

Find out what they’re talking about and discover the first FREE online GCSE Computing course of its kind at www.cambridgegcsecomputing.org 82

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Science

Science Foundations

David Glover, Jean Martin and Helen Norris Motivate your students with this exciting blend of books and ICT materials! 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. 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. 978-0-521-68673-0

Science Class Book

978-0-521-68677-8

Biology Class Book

978-1-84565-968-4

Science Whole Class Teaching CD-ROM

978-0-521-68675-4

Chemistry Class Book

978-1-84565-972-1

Science Teacher File

978-0-521-68676-1

Physics Class Book

978-0-521-68674-7

Additional Science Class Book

978-0-521-60537-3

Core 3

978-1-84565-969-1

Additional Science Whole Class Teaching CD-ROM

978-0-521-60538-0

Core 4

978-1-84565-126-8

Additional Science Teacher File

978-0-521-60539-7

Statistics 2

978-0-521-60540-3

Mechanics 2

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. 978-0-521-45618-0

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. 978-0-521-42409-7

Moles

Biology

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English

Cambridge Collections Series Editor: Michael Marland

A series that brings together a variety of high-quality fiction and non-fiction texts from around the world. These anthologies provide absorbing, thoughtprovoking and engaging reading for students at a range of levels in secondary education. Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs contain a wealth of differentiated and editable worksheets, text extracts, images and audio clips.

Who we are

Turning the corner

978-0-521-70315-4

Book

978-0-521-70321-5

Book

978-0-521-70316-1

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

978-0-521-70322-2

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

In the mix

Urban voices

978-0-521-70319-2

Book

978-0-521-73083-9

Book

978-0-521-70320-8

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

978-0-521-73237-6

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

Happy families?

Victorian literature

978-0-521-73086-0

Book

978-0-521-70317-8

Book

978-0-521-73238-3

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

978-0-521-70318-5

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

Outsiders

The living planet

978-0-521-70325-3

Book

978-0-521-74764-6

Book

978-0-521-70326-0

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

978-0-521-74767-7

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

Exits and entrances

Opening eyes

978-0-521-73085-3

Book

978-0-521-73084-6

Book

978-0-521-73242-0

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

978-0-521-17145-8

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

Ideas, insights and arguments 978-0-521-70323-9

Book

978-0-521-70324-6

Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

Cambridge School Chaucer

Series Editors: Valerie Allen, David Kirkham and Rob Smith

Introducing students to pre-20th century literature encouraging enjoyment and understanding of Chaucer. Background notes provide information on the social, political and religious context of The Canterbury Tales. Clear format to help students understand and enjoy Chaucer.

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The General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales

978-0-521-70144-0

The Miller’s Prologue and Tale

978-0-521-66644-2

The Franklin’s Prologue and Tale

978-0-521-78654-6

The Nun’s Priest’s Prologue and Tale

978-0-521-78753-6

The Merchant’s Prologue and Tale

978-0-521-66645-9

The Pardoner’s Prologue and Tale

978-0-521-59507-0

The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale

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English

Anthologies

Tales from Times Past

Drama through the Ages

Poems from the Past

Introducing Dickens

Touched with Fire

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978-0-521-59875-0

978-0-521-58565-1

978-0-521-59956-6

978-0-521-31537-1

The Calling of Kindred

The Forms of Poetry

The Forms of Narrative

Writing from Australia

Writing from South Africa 978-0-521-43572-7

Paradise Lost: Books I-II

978-0-521-44774-4

978-0-521-37160-5

978-0-521-37159-9

978-0-521-42150-8

Snapshots

Developing Snapshots

Cambridge Critical Workshop

Playforms

978-0-521-48527-2

978-0-521-48528-9

Cambridge Literature

Four Women Poets 978-0-521-48545-6

A Dollâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s House 978-0-521-48342-1

978-0-521-44879-6

978-0-521-58858-4

978-0-521-08298-3

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The Importance of Being Earnest 978-0-521-63952-1

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

Six Poets of the Great War 978-0-521-48569-2

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Teachers Resources / English

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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978-0-521-71397-9

978-0-521-53033-0

978-0-521-83179-6

978-0-521-53032-3

Twelfth Night

Reflection on Teaching Today and Tomorrow

Developing Teaching and Learning

978-0-521-72754-9

978-0-521-18335-2

Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers Textbook

Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers Workbook

978-0-521-53220-4

978-81-7596-349-8

978-81-7596-350-4

The Pocket Guide to English Language John Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor

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

Professional Development for Teachers Visit education.cambridge/org for a full list of titles

Written in a clear and accessible style, the Pocket Guide includes sections on punctuation, word formation and the many varieties of English. Over two hundred terms are covered. 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 Each grammatical term is illustrated by lively and relevant examples from literature and the media. 978-0-521-52991-4

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Resources for ages 14–16

Latin

Cambridge Latin Course

Cambridge School Classics Project The most comprehensive and successful Latin course available. The lively storylines, wide range of photographs and cultural information stimulate and maintain students’ enthusiasm for Roman culture. 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. Wide range of digital resources including E-learning DVDs, online activities for all Books, WebBooks and iBooks textbooks on iPad.

Cambridge School Classics Project , 11 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DP, Phone: +44(0) 1223 361458 Email: office@cambridgecsp.com

Audio CDs also available from Cambridge School Classics Project. Student Books 978-0-521-63543-1

Book I

978-0-521-64468-6

Book II

978-0-521-79794-8

Book III

978-0-521-79793-1

Book IV

978-0-521-79792-4

Book V

Student Study Books 978-0-521-68591-7

Book I

978-0-521-68592-4

Book I: Answer Key

978-0-521-68593-1

Book II

978-0-521-68594-8

Book II: Answer Key

978-0-521-68595-5

Book III

978-0-521-68596-2

Book III: Answer Key

Teacher’s Guides 978-0-521-64859-2

Book I

978-0-521-64467-9

Book II

978-0-521-28752-4

Book III

Available from the Cambridge School Classics Project

Book IV

Available from the Cambridge School Classics Project

Book V

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Humanities

Cambridge Latin Anthology Cambridge School Classics Project

Cambridge Latin Grammar 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. 978-0-521-57877-6

Student Book (Paperback)

978-0-521-80887-3

Student Book (Hardback)

978-0-521-57854-7

Teacherâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Handbook

Short Latin Stories A range of Latin passages to practice unseen translation and comprehension. Short Latin Stories features comprehension questions and help with vocabulary for each story. For a complete list of titles visit our website at education.cambridge.org

A clear and compact guide designed for students who have progressed to reading unadapted texts of original Roman authors. 978-0-521-38588-6

Student Book

Translations from Greek and Roman Authors Designed for use across the whole range of GCSE Classical Civilisation and Classical Languages courses. Virgil 978-0-521-28806-4

Selections from the Aeneid

Alexander the Great 978-0-521-28195-9

Selections from Arrian

Livy 978-0-521-22816-9

Our Greek and Latin Roots James Morwood and Mark Warman

Full of fascinating information and stimulating exercises, this book is accessible to teachers and students with little or no knowledge of classical languages. Charts the historical spread of the classical languages. 978-0-521-69999-0

Meeting the Challenge: International Perspectives on the Teaching of Latin Bob Lister

A collection of essays based on papers given at an international conference on Latin. 978-0-521-69043-0

James Morwood

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

Changing Classics in Schools Bob Lister

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. 978-0-521-67774-5

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Meeting the Challenge

Our Greek and Latin Roots

The Teaching of Classics

978-0-521-52763-7

Stories of Rome

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Resources for ages 14–16

Humanities

Cambridge History Programme

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

978-0-521-57775-5

978-0-521-56862-3

978-0-521-56864-7

The Arab–Israeli Conflict

South Africa 1948–1994

Modern World History

978-0-521-62953-9

978-0-521-57678-9

978-0-521-00384-1

978-0-521-56867-8

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

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Resources for ages 11–14

Music

Fortissimo! 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. 978-0-521-56923-1

Student’s Book

978-0-521-56924-8

Teacher’s Resource Book

978-0-521-56925-5

Audio CDs

Cambridge Assignments in Music A music series features a variety of books, audio cassettes and CDs including History of Music, Performing and Responding and Popular Music. For a complete list of titles visit education.cambridge.org 978-0-521-33911-7

Music Worldwide

978-0-521-37481-1

Music Worldwide CD

978-0-521-42229-1

Performing and Responding

978-0-521-42230-7

Performing and Responding CD

978-0-521-33681-9

History of Music

978-0-521-31884-6

Popular Music

978-0-521-29812-4

Form and Design

978-0-521-29813-1

General Musicianship

978-0-521-38883-2

Investigating Musical Styles

978-0-521-29814-8

Instruments of the Orchestra

Music Dictionary also available! 978-0-521-56930-9 Music Dictionary

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First Assignments

978-0-521-37622-8

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Science

Cambridge Essentials Science Series Editors: Andy Cooke and Jean Martin

A dynamic course that combines book, CD-ROM and online components. Class Books available for years 7, 8 and 9 and are tailored to one of two ability levels â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Core or Extension. Materials are organised into Units and Topics with double-page spreads. 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.

Core and Extension

978-0-521-72569-9

Core 8 Book and CD-ROM

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.

978-0-521-72570-5

Extension 8 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72571-2

Core 9 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72572-9

Extension 9 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72573-6

Year 7 Teacher CD-ROM and online

978-0-521-72574-3

Year 8 Teacher CD-ROM and online

978-0-521-72575-0

Year 9 Teacher CD-ROM and online

Register for your free two week trial!

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978-0-521-72567-5

Core 7 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72568-2

Extension 7 Book and CD-ROM

Teacher

Access extra features through the interactive PDF version

Questions reinforce learning at each step

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Science

Spectrum

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. Scientific Enquiry integrated throughout. Worksheets for three ability levels enable students to conduct experiments, or complete an investigation. Testmaker CD-ROMs contain tools to facilitate creating and setting assessment tests, and analysing studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; performance. Year 7

Year 9

978-0-521-75004-2

Class Book

978-0-521-75010-3

Class Book

978-0-521-54927-1

Teacher CD-ROM

978-0-521-75011-0

Teacher File

978-0-521-75350-0

Technician Notes

978-0-521-75012-7

Teacher CD-ROM

978-0-521-75013-4

Testmaker CD-ROM

978-0-521-75352-4

Technician Notes

978-0-521-75354-8

Testmaker CD-ROM

Year 8

Separate Science

978-0-521-75007-3

Class Book

978-0-521-54921-9

Biology Class Book

978-0-521-75009-7

Teacher CD-ROM

978-0-521-54924-0

Biology Teacher CD-ROM

978-0-521-75351-7

Technician Notes

978-0-521-54922-6

Chemistry Class Book

978-0-521-75353-1

Testmaker CD-ROM

978-0-521-54925-7

Chemistry Teacher CD-ROM

978-0-521-54923-3

Physics Class Book

978-0-521-54926-4

Physics Teacher CD-ROM

Learning objectives

Full colour photos and illustrations

Questions to reinforce learning

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Jean Martin, John Mills, Peter Evans, Bryan Milner

Science

Core Science

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. 978-0-521-66639-8

Core Biology

978-0-521-66638-1

Core Chemistry

978-0-521-66637-4

Core Physics

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 pupilsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; mathematical thinking and encourage collaborative work. Includes planning suggestions, appropriate questions and prompts for lessons together with lesson outcomes and Assessment for Learning guidance. 978-0-521-68239-8

Generalising

978-0-521-68240-4

Working Systematically

978-0-521-70042-9

Visualising

978-0-521-70043-6

Excel at Problem Solving

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Resources for ages 11–14

Mathematics

Cambridge Essentials 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. Learning objectives are clearly stated for each topic. 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. Teacher Material CD-ROM provides access to a wide choice of online editable worksheets and functional Maths guidance, as well as interactive activities. Core and Extension Register for your free two week trial!

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978-0-521-72225-4

Support 7 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72224-7

Core 7 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72220-9

Extension 7 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72379-4

Support 8 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72380-0

Core 8 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72381-7

Extension 8 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72382-4

Support 9 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72383-1

Core 9 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72384-8

Extension 9 Book and CD-ROM

978-0-521-72376-3

Year 7 Teacher CD-ROM and Online

978-0-521-72377-0

Year 8 Teacher CD-ROM and Online

978-0-521-72378-7

Year 9 Teacher CD-ROM and Online

Teacher

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.

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978-0-521-14712-5

Student’s Book with CD-ROM

978-0-521-17275-2

Teacher CD-ROM

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Resources for ages 11–14

Chris Roffey

for ages 10–14

Coding Club is a unique new series of coding books that will guide young programmers to create their own versions of familiar games and apps. Learn the basics of coding quickly!

Coding Club

Coding Club

Can be used on Windows, Macs or Linux based systems. Written by a teacher, this series has an educational focus. The books in this series are short and manageable. Companion website provides the full source code for all the projects and challenges as well as help for students and teachers. Students will soon be customising the applications and it will not be long until they are writing their own! 978-1-107-65855-4 978-1-107-62325-5 978-1-107-66687-0 978-1-107-63109-0

Python: Basics (Level 1) Python: Next Steps (Level 2) Python: Building Big Apps (Level 3) Python: Programming Art (Level 1) (coming in early 2014)

Making mistakes Did you get a syntax error?

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

I do not make errors.

Coding Club characters provide handy hints and comments

Whether or not you got any errors, try this Quick Quiz.

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

Fun challenges and Quick Quizzies

Notice how the coloured text helps you spot code that is not going to work. All the code listings in this book use the same coloured text as in IDLE’s standard display. This should help you to spot bugs in your code. Chapter 1: Python, IDLE and your first program

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Resources for ages 11–14

English

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. Texts are varied, up-to-date and engaging for students. Offers a range of text types that will appeal to all tastes. Language to Inform, Explain and Describe 978-0-521-80558-2

Book

978-0-521-80559-9

Teacher’s Portfolio

Language to Analyse, Review and Comment 978-0-521-80555-1

Teacher’s Portfolio

Language to Imagine, Explore and Entertain 978-0-521-80560-5

Book

978-0-521-80561-2

Teacher’s Portfolio

Language of Literary Non-Fiction 978-0-521-80567-4

Teacher’s Portfolio

Language of Pre-1914 Literature 978-0-521-80556-8

Book

978-0-521-80557-5

Teacher’s Portfolio

Language of Literary Non-Fiction 978-0-521-80567-4

Books for Teachers

Language of Shakespeare 978-0-521-80564-3

The North Face of Shakespeare

Teacher’s Portfolio

Teaching Shakespeare 978-0-521-57788-5

978-0-521-75636-5

Cambridge School Dictionary 978-0-521-71263-7

English Basics Covers the ‘Mechanics’ of the English Language. Each book offers a systematic work and study programme for use in the classroom or at home.

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Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

978-0-521-64866-0

978-0-521-64864-6

978-0-521-64865-3

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Resources for ages 11–14

English

Illustrated texts for struggling readers!

Fiction

Go for it!

Motivating fiction and non-fiction for 11–14 year-olds! Exciting full-colour illustrations by dynamic young artists. Simple sentence structures and graded vocabulary.

Be Yourself

Constructing Big Air

A Few Minutes

Annie and Mitch

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

978-0-521-72785-3

978-0-521-70537-0

Finding Abe

Intense Surf

Old Heap

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

978-0-521-72786-0

978-0-521-70541-7

978-0-521-72784-6

978-0-521-70534-9

978-0-521-72782-2

Second Thoughts

Trapped

Rosh

What a Wreck!

Deadly Skies

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

978-0-521-72783-9

978-0-521-72781-5

978-0-521-70540-0

978-0-521-70536-3

978-0-521-72778-5

A Deadly Dozen

Fat Tyres

Top Secret

Library Pack 1

Library Pack 2

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

(Pack of six)

978-0-521-72779-2

978-0-521-70538-7

978-0-521-70539-4

978-0-521-70542-4

978-0-521-72780-8

Library Pack

Non-Fiction

(Pack of six)

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Mandarin Chinese

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Marcus Reoch and William Minter

The Cambridge Chinese for Beginners textbook series is an accessible, clear and comprehensive introduction to Mandarin Chinese. Written to the specification of the OCR Asset Languages Mandarin Breakthrough examination, it is also an excellent place to start for students wishing to continue to GCSE Mandarin, and for independent learners. Cambridge Chinese for Beginners contains two textbooks with corresponding workbooks, answer books and audio CDs. Each book also comes with access to Cambridge Chinese online â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a powerful e-portal which provides teachers with online interactive whiteboard teaching material and pupils with full audio and an auto-marking homework and review section, which they can use to consolidate their learning.

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978-0-956-05263-6

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Textbook 1

978-0-956-05264-3

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Workbook 1

978-0-957-32671-2

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Answer book 1

978-0-956-05265-0

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Textbook 2

978-0-956-05266-7

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Workbook 2

978-0-957-32670-5

Cambridge Chinese for Beginners Answer book 2

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Resources for ages 11–14

Latin

Minimus Secundus: Moving on in Latin

Barbara Bell, illustrated by Helen Forte Enables 10–13 year olds to build on their Latin language skills and knowledge of Roman Britain introduced in Minimus: Starting out in Latin. The story moves on five years to find Minimus the mouse and the family from Vindolanda setting out for a new life in Eboracum – Roman York. There is a step-by-step explanation of grammar and plenty of opportunity for language work, including linking Latin roots to modern English word derivations. Pupils are also introduced by Minimus to Roman and Greek myths and the real archaeological context of the family is explored – leading to a lively and inspiring approach to learning Latin! The Teacher’s Resource Book provides support, including teaching tips, English translations of the Latin passages and a number of photocopiable worksheets. The Audio CD provides help with Latin pronunciation and contains lively readings of the Latin text to help motivate pupils. 978-0-521-75545-0

Pupil’s Book

978-0-521-75546-7

Teacher’s Resource Book

978-0-521-68147-6

Audio CD

Minimus: Starting out in Latin also available, visit http://education.cambridge.org/ for details

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Contact your Local Agent Easy ways to order... For general enquiries outside of the UK and Europe, contact Richard Groom rgroom@cambridge.org Alternatively contact your local agent AFRICA KENYA Cambridge University Press Catherine G Kinyua P. O. Box 35110-00200, Nairobi, Kenya Phone: (+)254 722-616268 kenya@cambridge.org NIGERIA Cambridge University Press Taiwo Tosin Ayoola 8, Mart K Street Ikorodu, Lagos, Nigeria Phone: (+)234 8033755486 nigeria@cambridge.org ALL OTHER REGIONS OF MID AFRICA Cambridge University Press Nforgwei Rogers Ngala Box 30374, Yaounde, Cameroon Phone: (+)237 7770 8657 (mobile) nrn100@cambridge.org SOUTH AFRICA Cambridge University Press Lower Ground Floor, Nautica Building, The Water Club, Beach Road, Granger Bay, Cape Town, South Africa Phone: (+2721) 412 7800 (+2721) 419 0594 capetown@cambridge.org

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CHINA-GUANGZHOU Cambridge University Press Rm 1501, East Tower Dong Shan Plaza, 65 Xian Lie Zhong Lu Guangzhou 510095 China Phone: (+86) 20 8732 6913 Fax: (+86) 20 8732 6693 guangzhou@cambridge.org CHINA- SHANGHAI Cambridge University Press Room 906, Cross Tower 318 Fuzhou Road Huangpu District, Shanghai 200001 China Phone:(+86) 21 5301 4700 Fax: (+86) 21 5301 4710 shanghai@cambridge.org HONG KONG Cambridge University Press 16/F Oriental Crystal Commercial Building 46 Lyndhurst Terrace Centralm Hong Kong, SAR Phone: (+852) 2997 7500 Fax (+852) 2997 6230 hongkong@cambridge.org INDONESIA Cambridge University Press Rukan Sentra Niaga, Block T1/14 Puri Indah, Kembangan, Barat 11610 Jakarta, Indonesia Phone: (+62) 21 583 00910 Fax: (+62) 21 580 7896 jakarta@cambridge.org JAPAN Cambridge University Press 1-32-5 Higashi Shinagawa Shinagawa-ku, Toyko 140-0002 Japan Phone: (+81) 3 5479 7265 Fax: (+81) 3 5479 8277 tokyo@cambridge.org

CHINA-BEIJING Cambridge University Press Room 1209-10 Noth Star Times Tower No.8 Beichen Dong Road Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101 China

MALAYSIA Cambridge University Press Suite 9.01, 9th Floor Amcorp Tower Amcorp Trade Centre 18 Persiaran Barat 46050 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Phone:(+86) 10 8227 4100 Fax: (+86) 10 8227 4105 beijing@cambridge.org

Phone:(+603) 7954 4043 Fax (+603) 7954 4127 klumpur@cambridge.org

PHILIPPINES Cambridge University Press 6th Floor OPL Building 100 Carlos Palanca St., corner Dela Rosa St. Legaspi Village, Makati City 1229 Philippines Phone:+63 2 581 0497 to 0499 manila@cambridge.org SINGAPORE Cambridge University Press 79 Anson Road, #06-04/06 Singapore O79906 Phone: (+65) 6323 2701 Fax: (+65) 6323 2370 singapore@cambridge.org SOUTH KOREA - SEOUL Cambridge University Press 2FL Jeonglim Building 254-27 Nonhyun-dong, Gangnam-gu 135-101 Seoul, South Korea Phone:(+82) 2 2 547 2890 Fax: (+82) 2 2 547 4411 seoul@cambridge.org SOUTH KOREA - BUSAN Cambridge University Press #1130,21 Century City Office tel 55-1 Daeyeon 3-dong Nam-gu, 608-743, Busan, South Korea Phone: (+82) 51 610 1615 Fax (+82) 51 610 1614 busan@cambridge.org TAIWAN Cambridge University Press 11F-2, No. 230 Sec 3, Ba-De Roadn 105, Taipei, Taiwan Phone: (+886) 2 2570 0508 Fax: (+886) 2 2570 0550 taipei@cambridge.org THAILAND Cambridge University Press 54 BB Building 1704 Sukhumvit 21 (Asoke), Wattana, 10110 Bangkok, Thailand Phone: (+66) 2 204 1451 Fax: (+66) 2 204 1452 bangkok@cambridge.org VIETNAM Cambridge University Press 5th Floor, YOCO Building, 41 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, District 1Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam Phone: (+84 8) 3914 1797 Fax (+848) 391 41748 hochiminh@cambridge.org

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Contact your Local Agent Easy ways to order... For general enquiries for Europe, contact Leonore Sears lsears@cambridge.org Alternatively contact your local agent. AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND AUSTRALIA Cambridge University Press 477 Williamstwon Road, Port Melbourne VIC 3207, Australia Phone:(+61) 3 8671 1400 enquiries@cambridge.edu.au

EUROPE BENELUX Cambridge University Press Contact: Simon Lind Phone +44 (0) 7960 814054 slind@cambridge.org CZECH REPUBLIC Cambridge University Press U Krcšké vodárny 10, 140 00 Prague 4, Czech Republic Phone: (+420) 2 4144 0969 Fax: (+420) 2 4144 0969 prague@cambridge.org FRANCE Cambridge University Press Contact: Simon Lind Phone +44 (0) 7960 814054 slind@cambridge.org GREECE Cambridge University Press Meteoron 3, PO Box 001 194 00 Koropi, Athens, Greece Phone (+30) 210 6549708 Fax:(+30) 210 6549740 athens@cambridge.org GERMANY AND AUSTRIA Cambridge University Press Contact: Simon Lind Phone +44 (0) 7960 814054 slind@cambridge.org ITALY Cambridge University Press Via del Lino 29/B, 40134 Bologna, Italy Phone (+39) 051 435141 Fax: (+39) 051 6154652 cupitaly@cambridge.org Or contact: Simon Lind Phone +44 (0) 7960 814054 slind@cambridge.org

KAZAKHSTAN Cambridge University Press Contact: Leonore Sears

IBERIAN PENINSULAR Cambridge University Press Contact: Leonore Sears

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Phone:+44 (0) 7899 843619 lsears@cambridge.org

MONGOLIA Cambridge University Press Contact: Leonore Sears Phone:+44 (0) 7899 843619 lsears@cambridge.org POLAND Cambridge University Press Plac Przymierza 6, Warszawa 03-944, Poland Phone:(+48) 22 826 9749 Fax:(+48) 22 826 9749 cambridge@cambridge.org.pl POLAND Omnibus Trading Sw Marcin 39 61-806 Poznan, Poland Phone: (+48) 61 8521261 poznan.naukowa@eomnibus.pl RUSSIA Cambridge University Press Bersenievskaya Naberezhnaya 20/2, Office Room 421,119072, Moscow, Russia Phone (+7) 495 959 0524 Fax: (+7) 495 959 0674 moscow@cambridge.org SCANDINAVIA AND THE NORDIC REGION Witra Publishing Group Tyska Brunnsplan 1, SE-11129 Stockholm, Sweden Phone:(+46) 8611 35 20 Fax:(+46) 8611 54 75 international@witrapublishing.com SERBIA Cambridge University Press Obilicev venac br. 18-20, (6/14), 11000, Belgrade, Serbia Phone:(+381) 11 328 66 38 Fax:(+385) 1 425 999 2 belgrade@cambridge.org SLOVENIA Cambridge University Press Contact: Leonore Sears Phone:+44 (0) 7899 843619 lsears@cambridge.org

For customer services: Orense, 4, Planta 13,28020, Madrid, Spain. Phone: (+34) 91360 4565. educationiberia@cambirdge.org SWITZERLAND Cambridge University Press Contact: Simon Lind Phone:+44 (0) 7960 814054 slind@cambridge.org TURKEY Cambridge University Press Cumhuriyet Cad. No137, Kent Apartmani 1/1 34373 Harbiye, Sisli / Istanbul, Turkey Phone:+90 (212) 2316061 Or contact: Leonore Sears Phone:+44 (0) 7899 843619 lsears@cambridge.org UK Cambridge University Press The Edinburugh Building, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge, CB2 8RU Contact: Gemma Valpy Phone:+44 (0)7884 265374 gvalpy@cambridge.org

INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT INDIA Cambridge University Press India Pvt.Ltd. Cambridge House, 4381/4 Ansari Road, Daryaganj New Delhi- 110 002, India Phone: (+91) 11 43543500 Fax:(+91) 11 2328 8534 india@cambridge.org PAKISTAN Cambridge University Press Contact: Robert Gill rgill@cambridge.org Phone: (+ 92)03322193939, (+92)03002193139

MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Cambridge University Press (Gulf), Office F-27, Building 13, Dubai Knowledge Village, P.O. Box 502915, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Phone: (+971) 50 644 5940 Fax: (+971) 6 536 5726 falhussaini@cambridge.org


Contact your Local Agent Easy ways to order... For all Middle East and North Africa enquiries contact Fahed Al Hussaini falhussaini@cambridge.org Alternatively contact your local agent

SOUTH AMERICA ARGENTINA Cambridge University Press Av. Juramento #2059 Piso 7 Oficinas 702/4 (C1428DNG) Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires Argentina Phone/fax: (+54 11) 47875424 infoar@cambridge.org BRAZIL Cambridge University Press Av. Paulista, 925 - 2o. Andar São Paulo - SP, Brazil Phone:(+55) 11 3146 3333 Fax:(+55) 11 3171 1844 atendimento@cambridge.org.br Fax:(+55) 11 3171 1844 atendimento@cambridge.org.br CHILE Cambridge University Press Los Conquistadores 2597, Providencia, Santiago, Chile Phone: (+56) 2 292 56648 Mobile: (+09) 98219597 cgomez@cambridge.org COLOMBIA Cambridge University Press Avenida 45 # 122-56 Edificio Argenta Of 601 Bogotá, Colombia Phone: (+57) 3183382057 anieves@cambridge.org COSTA RICA Cambridge University Press Phone:(+506) 8856-5174 Mobile:(+506) 8856 5174 fvargas@cambridge.org DOMINICAN REPUBLIC Cambridge University Press Porfirio Herrera ~6 Ensanche Piantini, Santa Domingo, R.D.

EL SALVADOR Cambridge University Press Phone:(+503) 2214 4258 Mobile:(+8503) 7850 5345 ademartinez@cambridge.org ECUADOR Cambridge University Press Av. De los Granados e14-606, Oficina 2, Piso 3 Quito, Ecuador Phone:(+593) 2 334 0302 Fax:(+593) 2 334 0300 jwatson@cambridge.org vchicomin@cambridge.org GUATEMALA Cambridge University Press 5ª Av. 15-45, Zona 10, Condominio, Centro Empresarial Oficina 904, Torre II, Guatemala Phone:(+502) 2333 7193 Fax:(+502) 2333 7195 jperez@cambridge.org MEXICO Cambridge University Press Torre de los Parques, Insurgentes Sur 1196 Piso 10, Col. Tlacoquemécatl del Valle, C.P. 03200 Mexico DF Phone:(+1) 52 55 53364656 Fax:(+1) 52 55 53364656 infomx@cambridge.org ccastro@cambridge.org PANAMA Cambridge University Press Phone:(+507) 360 6010 Mobile:(+507) 66717993 mgarcia@cambridge.org C.P. 0819 Fax:(+507) 360 6011 PERU Cambridge University Press Av. Angamos Oeste 355 Of. 1002, Miraflores, Lima 18, Peru Phone:(+51) 1 447 8558 Fax:(+51) 1 447 8405 lima@cambridge.org NICARAGUA Cambridge University Press Residencial Lomas de Valle Casa O-26 Mobile: (505) 8813 1299 ehurtado@cambridge.org Managua

USA AND CANADA USA Cambridge University Press 32 Avenue of the Americas, NY 10013-2473, New York, USA Phone:(+1) 855 320 8250 dkolker@cambridge.org

Ordering information for booksellers Please contact your local Cambridge University Press office for advice or assistance (see pages 65-67 for complete list of offices) or contact: UK Cambridge University Press Contact: Gemma Valpy Phone:+44 (0)7884 265374 E: gvalpy@cambridge.org IBERIAN PENINSULAR Cambridge University Press Contact: Leonore Sears Phone: +44 (0) 7899 843619 E: lsears@cambridge.org WESTERN EUROPE: Cambridge University Press Contact: Simon Lind Phone +44 (0) 7960 814054 E: slind@cambridge.org ALL OTHER REGIONS OF EUROPE: Cambridge University Press Orders- Phone:+44 (0)1223 325577 Enquiries Contact: Leonore Sears Phone:+44 (0) 7899 843619 E:lsears@cambridge.org MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA Cambridge University Press Contact: Fahed Al Hussaini Phone:(+971) 50 644 5 940 E:falhussaini@cambridge.org THE REST OF THE WORLD Cambridge University Press Contact your local office for enquiries or Contact: Richard Groom Phone: +44 (0) 7774 239114 E: rgroom@cambridge.org

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