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International Secondary Catalogue 2016


International Secondary

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Contents Cambridge Checkpoint Cambridge Secondary 1 (Checkpoint) / Mathematics 8 Science / English 9

Cambridge Global English NEW! Cambridge Global English

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English as a Second Language Introduction to English as a Second Language

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Cambridge IGCSE

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Cambridge IGCSE® / English as a Second Language 13 NEW! Core English as a Second Language 14 NEW! Success International English Skills for Cambridge IGCSE® / Summary and Note-Taking / Practice Tests for IGCSE® English as a Second Language: Listening and Speaking / Practice Tests for IGCSE® English as a Second Language: Reading and Writing 15 First Language English 16 NEW! Literature in English 17 Songs of Ourselves Volume 2 / Songs of Ourselves / Stories of Ourselves / Poems Deep & Dangerous 18 Mathematics 19 Science / Biology 20 Chemistry / Physics 21 NEW! Computer Science Coursebook / NEW! Computer Science Programming Book / NEW! ICT 22 Sociology / NEW! Geography / NEW! History 23 Business Studies / Economics / Accounting 24 Travel and Tourism / Development Studies / India Studies / NEW! Bahasa Indonesia 25 Science Breakthrough to CLIL

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Cambridge O Level NEW! English Language Coursebook / NEW! Urdu as a Second Language Skills Builder: Reading and Writing 27 Physics / NEW! Biology Revision Guide 28 NEW! Mathematics / NEW! Statistics / Principles of Accounts 29 Economics / NEW! Commerce 30

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Cambridge International AS and A Level / English Language 31 Literature in English 32 Cambridge Advanced Level Mathematics 33 Science / Biology 34 Chemistry / Physics 35 History / Sociology 36 NEW! Psychology 37 Economics / Business / Accounting 38 NEW! Global Perspectives / NEW! Cambridge 39 IGCSE® Global Perspectives NEW! Computer Science / NEW! IT 40 Thinking Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving / Travel and Tourism 41

Drama NEW! Structuring Drama Work

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IB Diploma Group 1 English Language and Literature / English Literature 45

IB Diploma Group 2 English B 46 NEW! Panorama francophone 1 & 2 47 NEW! Panorama hispanohablante 1 & 2 48 Le monde en français / Bien lire, bien écrire / Lire, imaginer, composer / Facettes de la France contemporaine / Magic French Verb Cards / En avant avec les temps 49 Mañana / Lectura y escritura avanzadas / Leer, especular, comunicar / Aspectos del mundo hispano / Magic Spanish Verb Cards 50 Deutsch im Einsatz / Gut lesen, besser schreiben / Lesen, improvisieren, erzählen / Aspekte deutscher Gegenwart / Magic German Verb Cards 51

IB Diploma Group 3 NEW! History: Papers 1 and 2 History: Paper 3 Geography: Patterns and Change / Geography: Global Interactions / Economics NEW! Environmental Systems and Societies Business Management

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IB Diploma Group 4 Biology / Chemistry / Physics 57 Biology Exam Preparation Guide / Chemistry Exam Preparation Guide / Physics Exam Preparation Guide 58

Mathematics Standard Level / Mathematics Higher Level Mathematics Higher Level: Option Topics Mathematical Studies

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IB Diploma Core Theory of Knowledge / Decoding Theory of Knowledge NEW! Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) – An essential guide for students Introducing the IB Diploma Programme

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Latin Starting out in Latin / Minimus Secundus: Moving on in Latin

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English Language Teaching Resources Listen Here! / Advanced Vocabulary in Context 66

Shakespeare Resources Cambridge School Shakespeare The North Face of Shakespeare / Teaching Shakespeare / Stepping into Shakespeare / Shakespeare’s Language / Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare / The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide

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Additional Resources Coding Club

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Teacher Development NEW! Mathematical Thinking in the lower secondary classroom

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Professional Development and Education Research The Cambridge Education Research series / The Cambridge Teacher series

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GCSE and A/AS Level Brand-new print and digital English resources for AQA / Brand-new print and digital History resources for AQA 72

English Language Teaching Resources Other English Language Teaching Resources of Interest Contact Your Local Agent

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Blended Resources for Blended Learning Cambridge University Press is committed to offering teachers and learners innovative and effective resources to suit a wide range of needs for print, digital and blended solutions. In 2015 we launched Cambridge Elevate to support and deliver on this commitment. What is Cambridge Elevate? Cambridge Elevate is our digital learning platform. Through Cambridge Elevate, teachers and students can access digital resources for classroom teaching and home learning, in the form of Enhanced and Standard Digital Editions. We will be making most of our student coursebooks available in Standard Digital Editions; many of these will also be available in Enhanced Digital Editions.

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Look for this symbol in the product pages of this catalogue to find out An Enhanced Digital Edition enjoys all the which of our titles are available in Standard same features of the Standard Digital Edition, and Enhanced Elevate Editions. with the added benefit of extra content designed to enrich and improve the teaching Find out more and learning experience. This additional Please visit our website to find out more content will vary according to the needs and opportunities of different subjects, and about our Cambridge Elevate Editions, and how schools, teachers and students are may include interactive, audio and video A Standard Digital Edition in Cambridge making the most of what they have to offer. resources, as well as formative assessment Elevate will provide the coursebook in You can also register for a free 30-day trial electronic form, which you can read on-screen questions and a results service that allows to explore the content, features and benefits. teachers and curriculum coordinators a on your computer both online and offline, view of progress at both an individual and education.cambridge.org/ or on a tablet via an App. A range of tools cambridgeelevate and functions in Cambridge Elevate enable a class level.

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Supporting Teachers We understand the needs, challenges and opportunities in today’s teaching, both inside and outside the classroom, before, during and after the lesson. As a result, we work to ensure that our textbook and digital resources are supported by carefully developed, pedagogically driven teacher resources. Designed to match syllabus requirements and written by experienced authors, teachers and teacher-trainers, these resources aim to save preparation time, and help teachers make the most of the content and activities in student resources. Available in print, CD-ROM, DVD and online formats, they include a wide range of content, such as detailed introductions to the courses, comprehensive guidance notes for coursebooks and workbooks, answer keys and additional support and practice activities. We also produce a range of textbook resources that support teachers’

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professional development, offering practical guidance and innovative teaching approaches through our Cambridge Teacher series, and thought leadership through our Cambridge Education Research series (see page 71). Underpinned by the latest research, the books provide a valuable resource for teachers who want to deepen their understanding of key theoretical ideas with a view to putting these into practice in their classrooms. A wealth of international experience is evident in this series and informs a clear understanding of the challenges that face teachers in the 21st century.

Supporting your Professional Development Cambridge University Press provides a range of options to support school teachers and leaders in international schools, offering print, digital and continuing professional development (CPD) services and training. We can offer training and information designed to support you using our resources in your school, as well as teacher training workshops with a strong emphasis on pedagogy, skills development, classroom practice, sources of inspiration and practical activities. Registration and information on our events will be available soon, so check our website today for more information: education.cambridge.org/cpd

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Cambridge Resources for Cambridge Qualifications Cambridge International Examinations qualifications are recognised by the world’s best universities and employers, giving students a wide range of options in their education and career. As a not-for-profit organisation, they devote resources to delivering high-quality educational programmes that can unlock learners’ potential. Cambridge University Press publishes over 120 fully endorsed titles in over 20 subjects to support Cambridge International Examinations qualifications: Cambridge Primary, Cambridge Secondary 1, Cambridge IGCSE®, Cambridge O Level, Cambridge International AS and A Level and Cambridge Pre-U.

Endorsed Resources This catalogue contains all resources we publish for Cambridge International Examinations Secondary qualifications, which include all endorsed resources and forthcoming resources going through the endorsement process. Titles with this symbol are fully endorsed.

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE CHECKPOINT

Cambridge Secondary 1 (Checkpoint) Cambridge Secondary 1 is a flexible curriculum with integrated assessment from Cambridge International Examinations. Cambridge Secondary 1 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 in the lead up to studying at Cambridge IGCSE® level.

Secondary 1 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.

Cambridge Secondary 1 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

Cambridge Secondary 1 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.

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Learners taking the test receive a Statement of Achievement which gives an indication of their academic progress during this education stage.

Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce •  This brightly illustrated course offers a comprehensive introduction to all topics covered in the curriculum framework. Worked examples show students how to tackle different problems, and there are plenty of exercise questions to help students to prepare for the different types they will face in examination. •  The Practice Book contains further exercise questions for practice in the classroom or at home. •  The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM offers advice on how to introduce concepts in the classroom, and provides ideas for activities to help engage students with the subject matter. Answers to all questions in the Coursebook and Practice Book are also included.

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Coursebook 7 Coursebook 8 Coursebook 9

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Practice Book 7 Practice Book 8 Practice Book 9

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Teacher’s Resource Book CD-ROM 7 Teacher’s Resource Book CD-ROM 8 Teacher’s Resource Book CD-ROM 9

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Cambridge Checkpoint Science Cambridge Checkpoint English Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman and David Sang

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•  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.

• 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 18).

•  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 provides 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. Coursebook 7 Coursebook 8 Coursebook 9

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Workbook 7 Workbook 8 Workbook 9

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•  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 skill-building, write-in Workbook provides extra language tasks and reading and writing skills development, including sequencing and fill-in-the-gap exercises. Essential guidance, further activities, activity answers and PDFs for classroom use are available on a Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM for each stage. Coursebook 7 Coursebook 8 Coursebook 9

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Workbook 7 Workbook 8 Workbook 9

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Teacher’s Resource Book CD-ROM 7 Teacher’s Resource Book CD-ROM 8 Teacher’s Resource Book CD-ROM 9

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE GLOBAL ENGLISH

Cambridge Global English Cambridge Global English Stages 7 and 8 follow the Cambridge Secondary 1 English as a Second Language curriculum framework. The Cambridge Global English course has been developed to provide comprehensive support for learners of English as a Second Language at Secondary 1 level. The series takes an active, creative, ‘learning to learn’ approach that encourages clear and fluent communication in English. Stages 7 and 8 lay the foundations for learners who may choose to prepare for Cambridge IGCSE® English as a Second Language. For students at Stage 9, expecting to do a course leading into Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, please see our new suite of resources, Introduction to English as a Second Language (page 14). It covers the school year, prepares for

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studying at Cambridge IGCSE level and is endorsed for introductory study by Cambridge International Examinations. This title does not cover the Cambridge English Language Assessment framework.

We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of these titles

GLOBAL ENGLISH STAGE 9

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Stage 7 Coursebook with audio CD Stage 7 Workbook Stage 7 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

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Stage 8 Coursebook with audio CD Stage 8 Workbook Stage 8 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE GLOBAL ENGLISH NEW

Cambridge Global English is an exciting, nine-stage, language-rich English course. It has been developed for primary and secondary learners of English as a Second Language (ESL) worldwide. This course takes an active, creative approach that teaches learners to communicate clearly and fluently in English. The course follows the Cambridge Primary and Secondary 1 English as a Second Language (ESL) curriculum framework, part of a world-class teaching programme developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment and Cambridge International Examinations. Stage 9 lays the foundations for learners who may choose to prepare for Cambridge IGCSE® ESL. Learners explore a range of topics across the curriculum. They develop critical thinking skills and build their English language literacy by engaging in a variety of activities. Key features of the Stage 9 Coursebook: • Eighteen thematic units mapped to the Cambridge International Examinations framework, presenting English in an international context • Nine review spreads to consolidate what has been learned • Nine literature spreads, featuring authentic prose and poetry from around the English-speaking world • An accompanying audio CD contains the listening material for the Coursebook • Written by experienced authors who are experts in creating material for this age group

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• Emphasis is placed on developing listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, as well as vocabulary development and language awareness

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• CEFR level: towards B2 Stage 9 Coursebook with audio CD Stage 9 Workbook Stage 9 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

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SECONDARY ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Introduction to English as a Second Language Peter Lucantoni •  Endorsed as introductory material by Cambridge as an introductory stage prior to the Cambridge IGCSE® course and following on from Cambridge Global English to support learners at Stage 9. •  Introduction to English as a Second Language is a course to prepare students for studying Cambridge IGCSE or equivalent level. Presented in a colourful updated design and offering clear, practical support for students, it follows a variety of interesting themes and topics, with a focus on developing the vital skills needed to succeed in listening, speaking, reading and writing. •  Each unit provides opportunities for thinking and discussion, along with developing research and study skills. Furthermore, each unit has a specific language-focus section to revise and consolidate key areas of language awareness and activities for vocabulary building. An audio CD is included for use with the listening activities. The Coursebook is accompanied by a Workbook, offering further language practice and practical follow-up activities.

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•  Introduction to English as a Second Language is an ideal intermediate-level English course for learners studying in an international context, i.e. for those who are studying for other qualifications, such as Cambridge English: Preliminary (PET ) or Cambridge English: First (FCE) instead of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second Language, and for those at Stage 9 of the Cambridge Secondary 1 English as a Second Language curriculum. It also provides invaluable focused language support for those who are learning other curriculum subjects in English at secondary or high school. Coursebook (with audio CD) 978-1-107-68698-4 Workbook 978-1-107-68881-0 Teacher’s Book 978-1-107-48256-2 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-67639-8


SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Cambridge IGCSE® Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international curriculum for 14 to 16 year olds, leading to globally recognised and valued Cambridge IGCSE qualifications. It is part of the Cambridge Secondary 2 stage. Cambridge IGCSE is recognised by leading universities and employers worldwide, and is an international passport to progression and success. Developed over 25 years ago, it is tried, tested and trusted by schools worldwide. Cambridge IGCSE offers a flexible curriculum, with a choice of over 70 subjects in any combination. Schools worldwide have been involved in the development of Cambridge IGCSE. The syllabuses are international in outlook, but retain a local relevance. They have been created specifically for an international student body and avoid cultural bias. Cambridge IGCSE helps improve performance by developing skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving. It is the perfect springboard to advanced study, including Cambridge International AS and A Levels and Cambridge Pre-U, as well as other progression routes. It develops in line with changing needs, and is regularly updated and extended. 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.

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Cambridge IGCSE® English as a Second Language Peter Lucantoni •  Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, Fourth Edition, matches the requirements of the revised Cambridge International Examinations 0510 and 0511 syllabuses for examination from 2015. Presented in a colourful, up-to-date design and offering clear, practical support for students, the series follows a variety of interesting themes and topics, with a focus on skills development in listening, speaking, reading and writing. •  Together with the accompanying Workbook and Teacher’s Book, the Coursebook provides a two-year course, offering clear, practical support for students. The units use a diverse range of topical stimulus material to enliven the subjects, and include imaginative activities and tips, designed to build confidence and develop the skills needed to succeed. An audio CD is included for use with the listening activities. Coursebook (with audio CD) Workbook Teacher’s Book

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Cambridge IGCSE® Core English as a Second Language

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Katia Carter and Tim Carter •  This series of resources is the only suite that offers exclusive coverage of the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language syllabus at Core level. •  The Coursebook is specifically aimed to help those students who need more support, and provides a strong focus on the language and grammar needed for the course. Features include an audio CD to practise listening exercises, Study Tips, Key Term boxes, quizzes and Did you know…? boxes with interesting facts related to the topics. •  The Teacher’s Resource Book contains advice and tips for teachers, photocopiable materials and answers to the questions in the Coursebook.

Coursebook with audio CD Teacher’s Resource Book

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Success International English Skills for Cambridge IGCSE® – Third Edition The new editions of this highly successful series are updated to match the Cambridge International Examinations 0510 and 0511 syllabuses for examination from 2015.

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Summary and Note-Taking This popular book provides summary and note-taking practice for the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language syllabus.

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Summary and Note-Taking Summary and Note-Taking, with Key

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

Practice Tests for IGCSE English as a Second Language: Listening and Speaking Exam-style tests to help students prepare for listening and speaking examinations.

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Exam-style tests to help students prepare for reading and writing examinations.

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | FIRST LANGUAGE ENGLISH

Cambridge IGCSE® First Language English Marian Cox Up-to-date resources providing full coverage of Cambridge IGCSE First Language English syllabuses (0500 and 0522) for examination from 2015. •  The Fourth Edition Coursebook is designed to support the Cambridge IGCSE First Language English (0500) and Cambridge International Level 1/Level 2 Certificate First Language English (0522) syllabuses.

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•  It provides a student-friendly resource that teaches the reading and writing techniques required for the Cambridge IGCSE, as well as providing two bespoke units on speaking and listening techniques, plus embedded activities throughout on these skills. It includes carefully designed activities on a variety of engaging topics, set out in 14 lively, full-colour units. The Cambridge First Language English suite includes free online resources to support the course, including answers to the Coursebook activities. •  The updated, write-in Workbook can be used for independent learning, for homework tasks or revision. It contains text extracts from around the world with linked exercises for students to practise the skills they need for the Cambridge IGCSE in First Language English (0500 and 0522) syllabuses. Exercises are grouped into 12 diverse units on cross-curricular topics which are not linked to the Coursebook themes, so students remain engaged in the reading material. The Workbook has been substantially updated with new revised material. It is suitable for students who need additional support with language and grammar. •  The standalone, photocopiable Teacher’s Resource Book provides a complete solution to teaching the Cambridge IGCSE First Language English syllabus.

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•  It contains teaching resources not linked to the Coursebook or Workbook topics, so it can be used independently or to supplement teaching using the other components in the suite. The 28 themed units are grouped into six parts focusing on the following skills: Reading comprehension, Writers’ effects, Summary, Directed writing, Composition and Coursework. •  The Teacher’s Resource Book includes practical advice for teachers, as well as worksheets with answers and full lesson plans. Cambridge IGCSE® First Language English Coursebook Cambridge IGCSE® First Language English Workbook Cambridge IGCSE® First Language English Teacher’s Resource Book New Cambridge IGCSE® First Language English Cambridge Elevate

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | ENGLISH LITERATURE

Cambridge IGCSE® Literature in English

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Russell Carey •  Provides full support for students and teachers of the Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English syllabus. •  The Coursebook is a lively introduction to the study of literature in English at Cambridge IGCSE level, encouraging both the enjoyment of literature and rigorous academic study. It provides a comprehensive overview of the various components of the Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English syllabuses (0486 and 0476). In keeping with the spirit of the syllabus, the book stresses the importance of informed personal responses that arise from close textual study. It contains a range of stimulating literary material from around the world, including extracts from plays and prose fiction, as well as complete poems. •  A new Workbook accompanies the Coursebook to provide extra practice for the most difficult aspects of the Cambridge IGCSE course. With new text extracts and close links to the Coursebook, this resource completes the series and gives support to students so they can reach their full potential.

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•  The Teacher’s Resource contains a wealth of teaching material including student handouts, editable worksheets, annotatable text extract sheets and image resource sheets, teacher’s notes, template lesson plans and a contents grid which signposts differentiation opportunities. •  The CD-ROM also provides support in understanding the requirements of the Cambridge syllabus, and teaching materials to help students develop the necessary informed personal response to literature. Coursebook 978-0-521-13610-5 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-63705-4 New Workbook 978-1-107-53280-9

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSEÂŽ | ENGLISH LITERATURE

Songs of Ourselves Volume 2

Songs of Ourselves

Songs of Ourselves Volume 2, Cambridge International Examinations’ Anthology of Poetry in English, is a brandnew selection which follows on from the very successful Songs of Ourselves.

The first volume of Songs of Ourselves is an accessible introduction to the astonishing range of forms, styles and content of verse written in the English language over more than four centuries.

Songs of Ourselves Volume 2

Songs of Ourselves

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Stories of Ourselves

Poems Deep & Dangerous

Stories of Ourselves is a set text for the Cambridge Literature in English courses at IGCSE, O Level, AS and A Level. The anthology contains stories by writers from many different countries and cultures.

Poems Deep & Dangerous is an anthology of classic and contemporary writing on themes which will be of particular interest to secondary students who are preparing for examinations in English.

Stories of Ourselves

Poems Deep & Dangerous

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | MATHEMATICS

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Cambridge IGCSE® Mathematics Karen Morrison, Nick Hamshaw and Lucille Dunne The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM is recommended for teachers of students who are studying the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (0580) syllabus. New and experienced teachers The Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Core and Extended alike will find that the ideas and advice on how to approach Coursebook Revised Edition has been updated to meet the topics will help in the organisation and planning of teaching requirements of the Cambridge IGCSE 0580 syllabus and the supporting of students to achieve their potential. for examination from 2015. With clear narrative and Links to the Coursebook detailed worked examples, the Coursebook covers the and Practice Books make mathematical concepts and skills required by students this Teacher’s Resource the CAMBRIDGE following the syllabus. It contains progressive exercises and perfect accompaniment to IGCSE® end-of-chapter exam and exam-style questions for students the rest of the series. For MATHEMATICS to practise. convenience, answers to REVISION GUIDE questions in the Practice The print book includes a CD-ROM of supplementary DUE FOR RELEASE materials including interactive revision questions, worksheets, Books and Coursebook NOVEMBER 2015 are also included. worked solutions and calculator support. A series of titles written to cover the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (0580) syllabus.

Core and Extended Coursebook Core Practice Book Extended Practice Book Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Revision Guide

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | SCIENCE

Cambridge IGCSE® Science Written by experienced teachers and examiners, the Coursebooks give comprehensive and accessible coverage of the syllabus content. Suggestions for practical activities are included, designed to help develop the required experimental skills, with full guidance on the CD-ROMs. Study tips throughout the text, exam-style questions at the end of each chapter and a host of revision and practice material on the CD-ROMs are designed to help students prepare for their examinations. Answers to the exam-style questions in the Coursebooks are provided on the CD-ROMs.

New digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2015 will offer an enriched learning experience through material such as animated video and auto-marked formative assessment quizzes.

Over the next year, Cambridge will be building the most comprehensive Cambridge IGCSE Science offering available. Alongside our Coursebooks and Teacher Resources, the Workbooks and Revision Guides will help students develop their The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs are designed to support teachers skills either in the classroom or at home, and prepare them to in using the Coursebooks and Workbooks to deliver the syllabus. apply their skills in examinations. The Practical Workbooks and Teaching ideas for each individual topic give suggestions for the Teacher Guide will allow you to teach students about the lesson as well as homework, and point out common misconceptions. hands-on side of Science. The editions on Cambridge Elevate will A collection of worksheets is provided for use in class or for students’ also include enhanced features, allowing interaction with the individual study, with answers provided. Answers to the exercises subject through engaging content and activities. in the Workbooks are also included.

Cambridge IGCSE® Biology Mary Jones and Geoff Jones This Third Edition of our successful series to support the Cambridge IGCSE Biology syllabus (0610) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for examination from 2016. Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61479-6 Workbook 978-1-107-61493-2 Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-61496-3 New Revision Guide 978-1-107-61449-9 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-50301-4 New Practical Workbook and Teacher Guide Check website for details with CD-ROM

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Cambridge IGCSE® Chemistry

Cambridge IGCSE® Physics

Richard Harwood and Ian Lodge

David Sang

This Fourth Edition of our successful series to support the Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry syllabus (0620) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for examination from 2016.

This Second Edition of our successful series to support the Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus (0625) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for examination from 2016.

Coursebook with CD-ROM Workbook New Practical Workbook and Teacher Guide with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Cambridge Elevate New Revision Guide

Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61458-1 Workbook 978-1-107-61488-8 New Practical Workbook and Teacher Guide Check website for details with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-61490-1 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-50292-5 New Revision Guide Check website for details

CHEMISTRY REVISION GUIDE DUE FOR RELEASE OCTOBER 2015

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | COMPUTER SCIENCE

Cambridge IGCSE® Computer Science Coursebook

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Sarah Lawrey and Donald Scott •  The Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science Coursebook is written to cover the new 0478 syllabus. •  The Coursebook uses up-to-date sources to reflect advances in computer science with illustrations and diagrams to give clear explanations, and provides practice questions for students to test their understanding. We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of this title

Cambridge IGCSE® Computer Science Programming Book

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for Microsoft® Visual Basic Richard Morgan

•  The Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science Programming Book is a practical study aid written to follow Section 2 of the syllabus, teaching programming from the very basics. Using Microsoft® Visual Basic, the programming book provides practical projects for students to develop the coding skills required by the syllabus.

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Coursebook 978-1-107-51869-8 Programming Book 978-1-107-51864-3 Revision Guide 978-1-107-69634-1 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-51872-8

Cambridge IGCSE® ICT Second Edition Victoria Wright and Denise Taylor •  Cambridge IGCSE ICT provides a refreshed and updated edition of the Coursebook to support the Cambridge IGCSE ICT syllabus (0471) for examination from 2016. The Coursebook offers detailed coverage of the role and application of ICT in a fastchanging world. With clear theoretical explanations and complete coverage of the practical aspects of the syllabus, this Coursebook reflects the latest technologies in the field. It contains an accompanying CD-ROM with tasks for students to develop ICT skills.

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | SOCIOLOGY • GEOGRAPHY • HISTORY

Cambridge IGCSE® Sociology Jonathan Blundell •  This fresh set of resources for Cambridge IGCSE Sociology syllabus 0495 (and Cambridge O Level Sociology syllabus 2251) is carefully crafted to support the syllabus for examination from 2016. •  Key sociological research combined with case studies and thought-provoking questions help in understanding concepts, as well as applying knowledge in various contexts. The book provides support for examination and a Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM is also available. ENDORSED

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Cambridge IGCSE® Geography Gary Cambers and Steve Sibley •  Clear, practical support for students, with hundreds of activities, up-to-date case studies, fieldwork ideas and a diverse range of stimulus material. •  The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM provides answers to all Coursebook activities, a suggested scheme of work and lesson plans.

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Cambridge IGCSE® History Paul Grey and Rosemarie Little •  Supports study of the 20th century history route of the syllabus. •  Encourages an active, enquiry-led approach to historical understanding. •  Enhanced digital edition of the Coursebook contains interactive activities to engage students. Coursebook

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | BUSINESS STUDIES • ECONOMICS • ACCOUNTING

Cambridge IGCSE® Business Studies Veenu Jain, Medi Houghton and Mark Fisher •  This revised set of resources for Cambridge IGCSE Business Studies syllabus 0450 (and Cambridge O Level Business Studies syllabus 7115) is thoroughly updated for the syllabus for examination from 2015. •  The CD-ROM contains revision aids, further questions and activities, and the Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM provides activities and teaching ideas, offers help with lesson planning to save time in preparing and setting homework, and gives further guidance on syllabus and assessment. ENDORSED

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Cambridge IGCSE® Economics Susan Grant •  Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations, the book covers the Cambridge syllabus (0455). •  The book draws extensively on real-world examples to explore economic concepts, theories and issues. Each of the 52 units deals with a specific topic. •  There is a range of questions both at the end of units and at the end of each of the eight sections to assess students’ progress in the subject. ENDORSED Coursebook Workbook

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Cambridge IGCSE® Accounting Catherine Coucom •  Cambridge IGCSE Accounting has been written to support the Cambridge IGCSE Accounting syllabus. Accounting principles and practices have been explained in simple language and lucid style to enhance the accessibility of the contents to students whose first language is not English. Coursebook 978-1-107-62532-7 Workbook 978-1-107-66201-8 ENDORSED

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE IGCSE® | TRAVEL • DEVELOPMENT • INDIA STUDIES • BAHASA INDONESIA

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Cambridge IGCSE® Travel and Tourism

Cambridge IGCSE® Development Studies

John D. Smith and Fiona Warburton

Wendy Taylor

Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism has been written specifically for the Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism syllabus. Sections have been split into units, each dealing with a particular topic, and are cross-referenced to other units wherever appropriate. This new title contains a wide variety of activities and questions to check and facilitate students’ understanding, as well as case studies and illustrative examples encouraging subject-based knowledge and a truly international approach.

Cambridge IGCSE Development Studies has been specially written for the Cambridge IGCSE Development Studies syllabus. Written in a clear and accessible style, the book offers comprehensive coverage with an international perspective and in-depth analysis study, providing students with the skills needed to help them progress through the course. Coursebook 978-1-107-67077-8

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Cambridge IGCSE® India Studies

Cambridge IGCSE® Bahasa Indonesia

Nigel Price, Anjali Tyagi, Nicholas R. Fellows and Mike Wells

Sofia Sinaga and Basuki

Written for the Cambridge International Examinations syllabus, •  Written by experienced teachers, this First Edition is tailored to Cambridge IGCSE India Studies adopts an enquiry-based meet the requirements of the new Cambridge IGCSE Bahasa approach with a strong focus on investigating and analysing the Indonesia syllabus (0538) for examination from 2016. emergence of contemporary India. In the process, it promotes the •  Follows a topic-based structure covering the three main skill development of core skills and ways of thinking critically that are areas of the syllabus: reading, writing, speaking and responding. essential to succeed in secondary and higher education and all professional areas. This will encourage students to be creative, •  Provides a wide range of text sources including authentic innovative, enterprising and independent. real-life texts from journalism, media and the rich literary heritage of Indonesia to ensure a high level of relevance and develop student handling of real-world materials. Coursebook 978-0-521-14923-5 Student Book Teacher’s Guide

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Breakthrough to CLIL The Breakthrough to CLIL for Science Workbooks have been endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations for language support. They provide support with English language skills for the Cambridge IGCSE® Science syllabuses for examination from 2016. •  Cambridge Breakthrough to CLIL is a new ‘breakthrough’ course for English as a Second Language candidates at Cambridge IGCSE level. It helps students get the most out of their studies when learning subjects through the medium of English. •  Each Workbook contains exercises set within the context of core topics to consolidate understanding, and embed practice in aspects of language central to the subject in question. The workbook should be used alongside a core textbook within the classroom or as a self-study or homework resource. ENDORSED

Biology Workbook Physics Workbook Chemistry Workbook

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To ......................................................................... is a verb

that means to slow down.

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To ......................................................................... is a verb

which means to go faster.

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which is another word for ‘movement’.

Exercise 2.2 Interpreting the shape of a graph A distance–time graph is a useful way of representing how an object moves. In this exercise, you will use words which describe a graph as well as words which describe motion.

This distance–time graph represents a car’s journey along a road.

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Look at these statements. The first statement is about the gradient (slope) of the graph. The second statement is about what the graph tells us about how the car moved. In section A, the gradient of the graph is not very steep. The distance between the car and its starting point is increasing slowly. Therefore, at first, the car is travelling slowly.

Now complete these descriptions of sections B and C in a similar way. 1

How does the graph change in section B? In section B, the gradient of the graph ..................................................................................... This shows that the car is travelling .........................................................................................

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How does the graph change in section C? In section C, the gradient of the graph .................................................................................... This shows that the car is ........................................................................................................... 2 DESCRIBING MOTION 6 PLANT NUTRITION

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE O LEVEL | ENGLISH • URDU

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Cambridge O Level English Language Coursebook Helen Toner and John Reynolds The Cambridge O Level English Language Coursebook provides full coverage of the syllabus including particular focus on the analytical skills needed to succeed in the course. Written by experienced examiners and authors, this book encourages students with its supportive tone as they work through explanations and practice exercises. Including a wealth of examples to build confidence, as well as step-by-step guidance to how to approach longer writing tasks, this book is an essential tool for all O Level English Language students.

Coursebook 978-1-107-61080-4

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Cambridge O Level Urdu as a Second Language Skills Builder: Reading and Writing Qurat Ul Ain Kamran, Ayesha Mangel and Asmat Zafar •  Designed to guide students through the Cambridge O Level Urdu as a Second Language syllabus (2015), this book also covers the reading and writing components of the new Cambridge IGCSE® Urdu as a Second Language syllabus (2015). • E  ngaging, progressive activities offer flexible support to help students hone their skills and reach their individual potential. • C  ontains authentic, culturally relevant material especially selected to stimulate teenage learners. • C  reated by a team of experienced authors in collaboration with syllabus experts. •  Encourages practising Urdu through carefully crafted activities with a focus on reading and writing. •  Self-assessment advice and exam-style questions at the end of each unit build confidence in language skills as students progress. Skills Builder: Reading and Writing

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Cambridge O Level Physics David Sang and Graham Jones • All concepts covered in the syllabus are included in the text,  and the accompanying CD-ROM contains a complete answer key, teacher’s notes and activity sheets linked to each chapter.

Coursebook with CD-ROM

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Cambridge O Level Biology Revision Guide Ian J. Burton •  The Cambridge O Level Biology Revision Guide contains up-to-date material that matches the syllabus for examination from 2016 and is packed full of guidance such as Task boxes that contain questions and activities, Notes and Points to Remember throughout to help students to hone their revision and exam technique and avoid common mistakes.

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE O LEVEL | MATHEMATICS • STATISTICS • ACCOUNTS

Cambridge O Level Mathematics Second Edition

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Audrey Simpson •  Cambridge O Level develops mathematical skills through practice exercises and problem solving with full explanations of key concepts. •  The content has been refreshed and consolidated into one book in alignment with the updated Cambridge O Level Mathematics (4024) syllabus for examination from 2018. •  The Coursebook can be used as a classroom textbook or for self-study. •  Current Coursebooks still available. Coursebook

978-1-316-50644-8

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Cambridge O Level Statistics Second Edition Dean James Chalmers •  Cambridge O Level Statistics develops the use of statistical techniques through a skill-building approach, encouraging the application of knowledge to a range of statistical problems. •  The content has been written to offer a range of tasks that support all aspects of the Cambridge O Level Statistics (4040) syllabus, giving students the confidence to use and interpret statistical data using graphs, tables and diagrams. •  The Coursebook provides learners with opportunity to practise and consolidate these skills, while understanding the ideas, methodology and terminology used in statistics. Coursebook 978-1-107-57703-9

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Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts Catherine Coucom Written specifically for the Cambridge O Level Principles of Accounts syllabus. Accounting principles and practices have been explained in simple language to enhance the accessibility of the contents to students whose first language is not English. ENDORSED

Coursebook 978-1-107-60478-0 Workbook 978-1-107-60479-7

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Cambridge O Level Economics Cambridge O Level Commerce Susan Grant

Mary Trigwell-Jones

• Covers the Cambridge syllabus (2281).

•  Fully updated for the revised syllabus for examination from 2018.

•  The book draws extensively on real-world examples, and there are a range of questions throughout the eight sections to assess students’ progress in the subject.

• Contains lots of activities and practice questions to help students apply commercial theory, with up-to-date, real-life examples. •  Current Coursebook (978-0-521-72793-8) still available

Coursebook 978-1-107-61235-8 Workbook 978-1-107-61236-5

Coursebook 978-1-107-57909-5

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | ENGLISH LANGUAGE

Cambridge International AS and A Level Cambridge International AS and A Levels are internationally benchmarked qualifications providing excellent preparation for university education. They are part of the Cambridge Advanced stage. They are taken in over 125 countries where schools have a choice of 55 subjects and the freedom to offer them in almost any combination. Learners can specialise or study a broad range of subjects.

Cambridge International AS and A Level qualifications are widely recognised and valued by universities and employers alike. Learners use Cambridge International AS and A Levels to gain places at leading universities worldwide including the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, Egypt, Jordan, South Africa, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain.

Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language Steve Jeffrey and Marilyn Rankin •  Comprehensive student-friendly resources designed for teaching Cambridge International AS and A Level English Language (syllabus 9093) for examination from 2015. •  The core aim of this Coursebook is to help students to develop and apply the key skills they need to achieve in AS and A Level English Language. They will build the skills needed for assessment through frequent activities. Divided into two distinct parts for AS and A Level studies, the book covers a wide range of reading skills, such as understanding aspects of style, voice and tone. It also addresses the conventions of key kinds of writing and spoken language, from scripted speeches to travel articles, and looks at how students can capture these conventions in their own work.

Coursebook 978-1-107-66227-8 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-69771-3

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | ENGLISH LITERATURE

Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English Elizabeth Whittome •  Comprehensive student-friendly resources designed for teaching Cambridge International AS and A Level Literature in English (syllabus 9695) for examination from 2016. •  This Coursebook is a comprehensive guide to the study of Literature in English at AS and A Level, encouraging both the enjoyment of literature and rigorous academic study. It provides a clear approach for any Literature studies syllabus, and is divided into three parts: Part 1 and Part 2 covering poetry, prose and drama at AS and A Level respectively, and Part 3 covering key skills needed to succeed in assessment. It contains a range of stimulating literary material from around the world, including poems and extracts from plays and prose fiction, selected to include Cambridge set texts.

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | MATHEMATICS

REVISED EDITIONS DUE FOR RELEASE MARCH 2016

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Cambridge Advanced Level Mathematics Hugh Neil, Douglas Quadling, Steve Dobbs and Jane Miller Written to match the contents of the Cambridge syllabus Cambridge International AS and A Level Mathematics is a series of six Coursebooks, with each book corresponding to one syllabus unit. Each book contains clear learning objectives and careful explanations of concepts with step-by-step examples. Practice exercises will help students to develop the mathematical skills and techniques at this level. The materials have been reviewed and revised for a new edition, to ensure that they continue to meet the needs of students following the AS and A Level course. The new edition will be available in 2016. Pure Mathematics 1 Pure Mathematics 2 & 3 Mechanics 1 Mechanics 2 Statistics 1 Statistics 2

978-0-521-53011-8 978-0-521-53012-5 978-0-521-53015-6 978-0-521-53016-3 978-0-521-53013-2 978-0-521-53014-9

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | SCIENCE

Cambridge International AS and A Level Science The Coursebooks comprehensively cover all the knowledge and skills students need during the course. Written by renowned experts, the texts are written in an accessible style with international learners in mind. The Coursebooks are easy to navigate with colour-coded sections to differentiate between AS and A Level content. Self-assessment questions allow learners to track their progression and exam-style questions help learners to prepare for their examinations. Contemporary contexts are discussed throughout, enhancing the relevance and interest for learners. The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROMs contain helpful activities, guidance to support planning, delivery and assessment, customisable detailed teaching guides containing mapping grids for every topic, common misunderstandings and misconceptions, and ideas for in-class activities with additional advice for stretching high achievers and supporting struggling students. New digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2015 will offer an enriched learning experience through material such as animated videos and auto-marked formative assessment quizzes.

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Revision Guides These Revision Guides are ideal for students who want revision support as they prepare for their Cambridge International AS and A Level Science examinations. These guides are targeted books with specially designed guidance to help students to apply their knowledge in an exam scenario, building both students’ skills in answering questions and their confidence in the subject. Questions for students to tackle allow them to track their own knowledge and understanding and Tips throughout flag up key things to remember and ways to avoid common mistakes. Workbooks For students of Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology, Chemistry and Physics, the Workbooks will reinforce learning, promote application of theory to practice and help students to practise vital skills. These Workbooks complement the Coursebooks and help students to hone the necessary skills of handling data, evaluating information, and problem solving through a varied selection of formative exercises and exam-style questions. Answers to the questions are REVISION provided on the accompanying CD-ROM.

Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology – Fourth Edition Mary Jones, Richard Fosbery, Jennifer Gregory and Dennis Taylor Fully revised and updated content matching the new Cambridge International Examinations Biology 9700 syllabus for examination from 2016. Coursebook with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Workbook New Revision Guide New Cambridge Elevate

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Cambridge International AS and A Level Chemistry – Second Edition

Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics – Second Edition

Lawrie Ryan and Roger Norris

David Sang, Graham Jones, Gurinder Chadha and Richard Woodside

Fully revised and updated content matching the new Cambridge International Examinations Chemistry 9701 syllabus for examination from 2016.

Fully revised and updated content matching the new Cambridge International Examinations Physics 9702 syllabus for examination from 2016.

Coursebook with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Workbook New Revision Guide New Cambridge Elevate

Coursebook with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Workbook New Revision Guide New Cambridge Elevate

978-1-107-63845-7 978-1-107-67770-8 978-1-316-60062-7 978-1-107-61665-3 978-1-107-77365-3

REVISION GUIDES DUE FOR RELEASE IN OCTOBER 2015

WORKBOOKS DUE FOR RELEASE IN MARCH 2016

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | HISTORY • SOCIOLOGY

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Cambridge International AS Level History Phil Wadsworth, Pete Browning, Patrick Walsh-Atkins and Russell Williams •  Cambridge International AS Level History is a suite of three books that offer complete coverage of the Cambridge International AS Level History syllabus (9389). •  Written in clear and accessible language, these titles include key questions, timelines, definitions of key terms, profiles of key figures, notes to highlight significant points and formative questions to consolidate learning. •  Each chapter reinforces knowledge and builds skills using detailed study of primary and secondary sources to help students achieve their best. Exam support is offered in a final Examination Skills chapter offering advice on exam technique and how to approach source investigation and structured essay questions.

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Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology Chris Livesey •  This resource for the Cambridge International AS and A Level Sociology syllabus (9699) is written for the latest syllabus. •  The Coursebook has a visually attractive and engaging design, and is accessible to students with a wide range of abilities, including those who do not have English as their first language. •  The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM gives teachers extensive support as well as further resources to use in class.

International History 1871–1945 Coursebook History of the USA 1840–1941 Coursebook European History 1789–1917 Coursebook Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM

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978-1-107-61323-2 978-1-107-67960-3 978-1-107-61324-9 978-1-107-63860-0

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | PSYCHOLOGY

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Cambridge International AS and A Level Psychology Julia Russell, Fiona Lintern, Lizzie Gauntlett and Jamie Davies Cambridge International AS and A Level Psychology is a syllabus-focused resource that provides students with the analytical skills required to succeed during the course. The series includes clear reference to research methods and ethics, contains detailed discussion of Core Studies and includes internationally relevant points for debate. The corresponding Teacher’s Resource offers targeted support for teachers who want more guidance for planning and delivering lessons and for testing and assessing students. •  The engaging subject of Psychology is covered in a comprehensive and rigorous way with deep discussion of the Core Studies in the syllabus and the latest issues and debates in the field. •  Fascinating discussions bring each topic to life, enhancing the relevance of the chapter to students’ lives and sparking debate in the classroom. •  Interesting and meaningful points to encourage reflection, an essential skill for students of Psychology. • The subject of Research Methods is discussed in depth in its own dedicated chapter and is continually referred to throughout the book. •  Bespoke Teacher’s Resource with lesson planning ideas, ideas for differentiation and ways to combat common misconceptions.

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | ECONOMICS • BUSINESS • ACCOUNTING

Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics Colin Bamford and Susan Grant • This revised edition is written in a clear and accessible style to cover the content of the Cambridge 9708 syllabus for examination from 2016. •  The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM features a range of activities for each chapter including multiple-choice, data response and essay questions as well as homework suggestions and schemes of work. ENDORSED

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•  New digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2016 will offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quizzes, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents. Coursebook with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Cambridge Elevate

978-1-107-67951-1 978-1-107-63976-8 978-1-107-67730-2

Cambridge International AS and A Level Business Peter Stimpson and Alastair Farquharson •  This revised set of resources for the Cambridge International AS and A Level Business syllabus (9609) is thoroughly updated for the latest version of the syllabus for examination from 2016. •  Accessible to students with a wide range of abilities, including those who do not have English as their first language. ENDORSED

•  The Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM gives teachers extensive support as well as further resources to use in class. •  New digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2016 will offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quizzes, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents.

NEW EDITION COMING SOON

Coursebook with CD-ROM Teacher’s Resource CD-ROM New Cambridge Elevate

978-1-107-67736-4 978-1-107-64261-4 978-1-107-69612-9

Cambridge International AS and A Level Accounting Harold Randall and David Hopkins ENDORSED

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SECONDARY GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES

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NEW

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Cambridge International AS and A Level Global Perspectives & Research

Cambridge IGCSE® Global Perspectives Keely Laycock and Max Kay

Anne Needham and Mike Wells •  Brand-new, skills-focused resources to support study of Global Perspectives. •  Comprehensively covers all of the skills that students must demonstrate. •  Opportunities to practise and apply these skills help students prepare for assessment and for future study. •  Enhanced digital edition for teachers gives extensive support and further resources to use in class. Cambridge International AS and A Level Global Perspectives & Research Coursebook Cambridge IGCSE Global Perspectives Coursebook

978-1-107-56081-9 Check website for details

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | COMPUTER SCIENCE • IT

NEW

NEW

Cambridge International AS and Cambridge International A Level Computer Science AS and A Level IT Sylvia Langfield and Dave Duddell

Sarah Lawrey and Paul Long

Cambridge International AS and A Level Computer Science supports the new Cambridge International Examinations Computer Science (9608) syllabus for examination from 2016. It follows the syllabus in a chronological fashion with four modules to match the four sections of the syllabus, with complete coverage of the theoretical and practical aspects of the syllabus.

The Cambridge International AS and A Level IT Coursebook is a new edition to support the new Cambridge International Examinations syllabus (9626) for examination from 2017. This Coursebook has been written by examiners and provides a comprehensive resource that supports students studying this fast-moving subject.

Coursebook Revision Guide New Cambridge Elevate

Coursebook 978-1-107-57724-4 Teacher Resource Check website for details New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-57727-5

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SECONDARY CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL AS AND A LEVEL | THINKING SKILLS • TRAVEL

NEW EDITION COMING JUNE 2016

ENDORSED

ENDORSED

Thinking Skills: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Cambridge International AS and A Level Travel and Tourism

John Butterworth and Geoff Thwaites

John D. Smith and Sue Stewart

•  Thinking Skills Second Edition is the only endorsed book to support the Cambridge International AS and A Level Thinking Skills syllabus (9694).

•  Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations, this book has been especially written for the Cambridge syllabus (9395). The book offers comprehensive coverage with an international perspective and in-depth analysis of all topics.

•  Written by experienced and highly respected authors, this book includes features such as clearly focused and differentiated units, stimulating student activities with commentaries to develop analytical skills, summaries of key concepts to review learning, end-of-chapter assignments to reinforce knowledge and skills, and a mapping grid to demonstrate the applicability of each unit to awards including Critical Thinking, BMAT and TSA.

Coursebook 978-1-107-60630-2

•  Free online resources, containing a wide range of international case studies, are available at http://education.cambridge.org/ media/2692786/case-studies.pdf •  New edition coming June 2016 to support the revised syllabus for examination from 2017. The new edition will have an additonal author: Fiona Warburton. Coursebook 978-1-107-66472-2

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SECONDARY DRAMA

Structuring Drama Work – Third Edition

NEW

Jonothan Neelands and Tony Goode Structuring Drama Work is a practical handbook for drama teachers, youth theatre leaders and applied theatre practitioners. It is the only resource that explores 100 dramatic conventions and techniques and provides ideas for how to apply them in a range of contexts. This book: • E  xplains dramatic conventions and how teachers and drama practitioners might use them •  Explores how dramatic techniques can be used in the classroom •  Provides cultural connections and global contexts • Includes examples of the techniques in the context of plays and texts The compact size and simple format make this book convenient and easy for use in the classroom or on the move.

ENDORSED

This resource is endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations for teacher support for the Cambridge IGCSE Drama syllabus

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Suitable for teachers of Cambridge IGCSE®, GCSE and for students from A Level, IB Diploma and beyond, this resource will give inspiration and ideas and give teachers the confidence to plan and structure effective drama learning based on clear examples of each convention in practice. Drawing on the authors’ wide range of practical experience and research, this new edition is compatible with all syllabuses and focuses on the vital components needed by students to succeed in the classroom and on the stage. Structuring Drama Work (Third Edition)

978-1-107-53016-4


International Secondary

For the IB Diploma…

The Tools to Fuel the Independent Thinker In accordance with the IB Diploma’s mission, our resources aim to encourage learners to explore concepts, ideas and topics that have local and global significance; help students to develop a positive attitude to learning in preparation for higher education; and assist students in approaching complex questions, applying critical thinking skills and forming reasoned answers.

Our Authors Our focus on up-to-date resources for the IB Diploma draws on an unparalleled level of expertise. Not only are all our authors highly experienced IB Diploma teachers, but in order to ensure a genuine breadth of international experience and understanding we also work closely with reviewer panels to guide us on key decisions and shape our resources to best suit your needs.

New Resources for CAS and Modern Foreign Languages In 2015 we were pleased to add new resources for French, Spanish and German, as well as Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS). CAS is one of the three essential elements that every student must complete as part of the Diploma Programme.

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International Secondary

Our IB Diploma resources from Cambridge GROUP 1

GROUP 2

GROUP 3

GROUP 4

GROUP 5

Studies in Language and Literature

Language Acquisition

Individuals and Societies

Experimental Sciences

Mathematics and Computer Science

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XXX IB DIPLOMA GROUP 1X | STUDIES IN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

English Language and Literature for the IB Diploma

English Literature for the IB Diploma

Brad Philpot

David James and Nic Amy

•  A best-selling guide for Standard and Higher Level students of Language A: Language and Literature for the IB Diploma.

•  A well-structured, in-depth guide to studying Language A: English Literature for the IB Diploma.

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

•  Activities help students to strengthen key skills including reading, thinking, discussion, writing and how to present ideas.

•  Structured activities help to develop and build study skills in language and literature.

•  Annotated texts highlight key features and author techniques.

•  Discussion points encourage further exploration of ideas. English Language and Literature

978-1-107-40034-4

•  Timed essay boxes provide excellent preparation for writing under exam conditions. •  Higher Level Extension activities provide differentiated material for HL students. English Literature

978-1-107-40223-2

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

English B for the IB Diploma Brad Philpot •  Suitable for Standard and Higher Level students. •  Written by an experienced IB author, workshop leader and teacher trainer. •  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 including reading, comprehension, speaking and writing. •  Integrated study ideas for IB central core, featuring LP (Learner Profile), CAS (Creativity, Activity, 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.

English B

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

NEW

Panorama francophone 1 & 2 Danièle Bourdais, Sue Finnie, Geneviève Talon and Irène Hawkes • T  wo stages specifically designed to guide students through the ab initio French course for the International Baccalaureate programme (2013 syllabus). • C  ontain material especially designed to engage older teenage learners. • Completely  international with strong emphasis on developing intercultural awareness and understanding of French as a world language. •  Cover key IB texts, themes and all elements of the examination, with TOK and CAS fully integrated into the learning. •  Created by a team of experienced authors of French resources in collaboration with IB ab initio French examiners. • E  ncourage practising French in context through stimulating activities covering all aspects of language acquisition: listening (Book 1 only), speaking, reading and writing.

NEW

Panorama francophone 1 Livre de l’élève Panorama francophone 1 Cahier d’exercices (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama francophone 1 Livre du professeur

978-0-956-54318-9 978-0-992-70562-6

Panorama francophone 2 Livre de l’élève Panorama francophone 2 Cahier d’exercices (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama francophone 2 Livre du professeur

978-1-107-57267-6 978-1-107-57269-0

978-0-957-60120-8

978-1-107-57705-3

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Panorama hispanohablante 1 & 2 Chris Fuller, Virginia Toro, María Isabel Isern Vivancos, Alicia Peña Calvo and Samantha Broom • T  wo stages specifically designed to guide students through the ab initio Spanish course for the International Baccalaureate programme (2013 syllabus). • C  ontain material especially designed to engage older teenage learners. • C  ompletely international with strong emphasis on developing intercultural awareness and understanding of Spanish as a world language. •  Cover key IB texts, themes and all elements of the examination, with TOK and CAS fully integrated into the learning. •  Created by a team of experienced authors of Spanish resources in collaboration with IB ab initio Spanish examiners. • E  ncourage practising Spanish in context through stimulating activities covering all aspects of language acquisition: listening (Book 1 only), speaking, reading and writing.

NEW

Available from November 2015 Panorama hispanohablante 1 Libro del alumno Panorama hispanohablante 1 Cuaderno de ejercicios (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama hispanohablante 1 Libro del profesor Available in 2016 Panorama hispanohablante 2 Libro del alumno Panorama hispanohablante 2 Cuaderno de ejercicios (only available in pack of 5 copies) Panorama hispanohablante 2 Libro del profesor

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION FRENCH B COURSE

SPEAKING

Le monde en français

Lire, imaginer, composer

Ann Abrioux, Pascale Chrétien and Nathalie Fayaud •  Designed to guide students through the Standard and Higher Levels of the French course for the International Baccalaureate Language B programme (2011 syllabus). •  Offers a highly visual and studentfriendly approach, with topics selected to engage with teenage learners. •  Develops linguistic abilities, critical thinking and communication skills. •  Written by chief examiners, workshop leaders and practising teachers. Livre de l’élève Livre du professeur

978-0-955-92659-4 978-0-956-54312-7

TEXT TYPES

Bien lire, bien écrire

Sheila Barbour •  Six short stories in advanced level French and graded activities engage learners whilst encouraging oral classroom discussion. •  Provides additional speaking practice. •  Fully photocopiable. Practice book

PAPER 1

Facettes de la France contemporaine Jenny Ollerenshaw •  Provides additional practice for Paper 1. •  Develops language skills through the reading and understanding of longer texts focusing on topical issues in modern French and Francophone society. •  Fully photocopiable.

Ian Maun and Isabelle Rodrigues

Livre 1 Livre 2

•  Provides additional practice for Paper 1 and Paper 2.

GRAMMAR

•  Builds reading and writing skills through progressive levels of difficulty. •  Engaging activities built around model texts guide students through the analysis and the production of different text types. Livre de l’étudiant Livre du professeur

978-0-954-76958-1 978-0-954-76959-8

978-0-956-54311-0

978-0-955-92653-2 978-0-956-54315-8

Magic French Verb Cards •  A set of laminated verb cards with learner’s and teacher’s notes and a downloadable MP3. Flashcards 978-0-954-76953-6

En avant avec les temps •  A set of illustrated verb cards enabling students to learn and practise conjugating 100 verbs in the present, perfect, imperfect and future tenses.

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XXX IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 X | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION SPANISH B COURSE

SPEAKING

Mañana

Leer, especular, comunicar

Rosa Parra Contreras, Marina Durañona and Carlos Valentini •  Designed to guide students through the Standard and Higher Levels of the Spanish course for the International Baccalaureate Language B programme (2011 syllabus). •  Offers a highly visual and studentfriendly approach, with topics selected to engage with teenage learners.

Manuel Frutos-Pérez and Kathryn Aldridge-Morris •  Six short stories in advanced level Spanish and graded activities engage learners whilst encouraging oral classroom discussion. •  Provides additional speaking practice. •  Fully photocopiable.

•  Develops linguistic abilities, critical thinking and communication skills.

Practice book

•  Written by chief examiners, workshop leaders and practising teachers.

PAPER 1

Libro del alumno Libro del profesor

978-0-956-54310-3 978-0-956-54313-4

TEXT TYPES

Lectura y escritura avanzadas Manuel Frutos-Pérez and Kathryn Aldridge-Morris •  Provides additional practice for Paper 1 and Paper 2. •  Builds reading and writing skills through progressive levels of difficulty. •  Engaging activities built around model texts guide students through the analysis and the production of different text types. Libro del alumno Libro del profesor

978-0-955-92656-3 978-0-955-92657-0

978-0-953-24405-8

Aspectos del mundo hispano Manuel Frutos-Pérez and Elvira Sancho •  Complements Mañana by providing additional practice for Paper 1. •  Develops language skills through the reading and understanding of longer texts focusing on topical issues in modern Hispanic society. •  Fully photocopiable. Practice book

978-0-955-92658-7

GRAMMAR

Magic Spanish Verb Cards •  A set of laminated verb cards with learner’s and teacher’s notes and a downloadable MP3. Flashcards 978-0-954-76955-0

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XXX IB DIPLOMA GROUP 2 X | LANGUAGE ACQUISITION GERMAN B COURSE

SPEAKING

Deutsch im Einsatz

Lesen, improvisieren, erzählen

Katrin Fox, Alan Marshall, Conny Brock and Sophie Duncker •  Designed to guide students through the Standard and Higher Levels of the German course for the International Baccalaureate Language B programme (2011 syllabus). •  Offers a highly visual and studentfriendly approach, with topics selected to engage with teenage learners.

Martina Esser and Ted Neather •  Six short stories in advanced level German and graded activities engage learners whilst encouraging oral classroom discussion. •  Provides additional speaking practice.

•  Develops linguistic abilities, critical thinking and communication skills.

•  Fully photocopiable.

•  Written by chief examiners, workshop leaders and practising teachers.

Practice book

978-0-956-54314-1

PAPER 1 Schülerbuch 978-0-956-54316-5 Lehrerhandbuch 978-0-956-54317-2

TEXT TYPES

Aspekte deutscher Gegenwart

Gut lesen, besser schreiben

Alan Jones, Gudrun Lawlor, John Hill and Oranna Speicher

Martina Esser and Ian Maun

•  Develops language skills through the reading and understanding of longer texts focusing on topical issues in modern German society.

•  Provides additional practice for Paper 1 and Paper 2. •  Builds reading and writing skills through progressive levels of difficulty. •  Engaging activities built around model texts guide students through the analysis and the production of different text types. Schülerbuch 978-0-955-92652-5 Lehrerhandbuch 978-0-955-92651-8

•  Provides additional practice for Paper 1.

•  Fully photocopiable. Band 1 Band 2

978-0-954-76957-4 978-0-954-76951-2

GRAMMAR

Magic German Verb Cards •  A set of laminated verb cards with learner’s and teacher’s notes and a downloadable MP3. Flashcards 978-0-954-76954-3

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History for the IB Diploma: Papers 1 and 2 – Second Edition NEW

Series Editor: Allan Todd •  Written by experienced IB History examiners, the series covers topics from the Standard and Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus. •  These titles are source-led and encourage the development of investigative, interpretive and analytical skills to help your learners become independent thinkers. • Titles for Paper 3 are due for release in the summer of 2016. •  Relevant links to Theory of Knowledge and the new key concepts in the syllabus can be found throughout the books to encourage reflective discussion and help students integrate these concepts into their wider learning. Activities foster an exploratory and inquiring approach and exam-style questions help prepare students for assessment. Paper 1: History for the IB Diploma, Paper 1 comprises three Coursebooks that each cover a 20th century topic from the syllabus: The Move to Global War (Japanese and German/Italian expansion), Rights and Protest (US Civil Rights and Apartheid) and Conflict and Intervention (Rwanda and Kosovo). Paper 2: History for the IB Diploma, Paper 2 comprises five Coursebooks that each cover a 20th century topic from the syllabus: Independence Movements (1800–2000), Evolution and development of democratic states (1848–2000), Authoritarian States (20th Century), Causes and effects of 20th century wars, and The Cold War: Superpower tensions and rivalries. Paper 1 Rights and Protest Conflict and Intervention The Move to Global War Paper 2 Authoritarian States Evolution and Development of Democratic States The Cold War Causes and Effects of 20th Century Wars Independence Movements

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 3 | INDIVIDUALS AND SOCIETIES

History for the IB Diploma: Paper 3 – Second Edition Series Editor: Allan Todd •  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, and encourage 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 into the text stimulate thought and discussion. •  Clear essay writing and exam guidance.

The Great Depression and the Americas 1929–39 Political Developments in the Americas after the Second World War 1945–79 The Cold War and the Americas 1945–81 Civil Rights and Social Movements in the Americas Unification and Consolidation of Germany and Italy 1815–90 Imperial Russia, Revolutions and the Emergence of the Soviet State 1853–1924 Interwar Years: Conflict and Cooperation 1919–39 The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe 1924–2000

978-1-107-65642-0 978-1-107-65995-7 978-1-107-69890-1 978-1-107-69751-5 978-1-107-60884-9 978-1-107-68489-8 978-1-107-64020-7 978-1-107-69344-9

NEW TITLES FOR THE UPDATED SYLLABUS FOR PAPER 3 COMING SUMMER 2016

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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-mindedness. •  Practice exercises guide and assist development of geographical skills. •  Questions throughout each chapter to prompt discussion and test students’ understanding. •  Integrated cross-references to the syllabus learning outcomes. Coursebook

978-0-521-14733-0

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. Coursebook 978-0-521-14732-3

Economics for the IB Diploma Ellie Tragakes •  Offers complete coverage of the Economics syllabus for the IB Diploma Standard and Higher Level. •  Encourages progressive learning with end-of-chapter assessment questions to test students’ understanding. •  ‘Real World Focus’ international case studies bring economic theories to life. •  Provides clear explanations of economic concepts using accessible language. •  Designed for both class use and independent study. • N  ew digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2016 will offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quizzes, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents. Coursebook 978-0-521-18640-7

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Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma – Second Edition

NEW

Paul Guinness and Brenda Walpole •  Environmental Systems and Societies for the IB Diploma, Second Edition encourages students to grow their critical and reflective thinking skills, promoting the development of internationally minded thinkers. •  This updated edition is written by Biology and Geography experts with extensive experience as teachers and authors. They ensure that speakers of English as a second language are supported throughout, focusing on vocabulary and straightforward, engaging explanation of topics appropriate for Standard Level students. • E  xtra teacher support available online offers help with planning lessons, differentiated support for all learner levels and guidance about the Internal Assessment, fieldwork, exam preparation and Extended Essay. • T  his online support also offers some great ideas for additional resources to help keep lessons vibrant and engaging!

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS AND SOCIETIES

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITION COMING 2016

DUE FOR RELEASE NOVEMBER 2015

1.04

Coursebook 978-1-107-55643-0 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-55647-8

Ecological footprint

Sustainability

SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS 1.04.02

CASE STUDY 1.04.01

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Three Gorges Dam, Yangtze River, China The largest hydroelectric power generating dam in the world is located at Three Gorges on the Yangtze River (see Image 1.11). It was completed in 2009 and has been estimated to produce almost an eighth of China’s energy needs. The EIA carried out before construction began considered the following factors: • • • • •

ecosystem destruction population relocation and the social consequences effect of sedimentation behind the dam due to reduction in river flow potential for landslides due to increased pressure on the land possibility of earthquakes.

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for the construction of the dam and to provide homes and farms for people who were displaced. A further impact identified was the increased risk of landslides due to the steep sides of the river, which were already unstable. The risk of landslide was made worse by deforestation.

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Increased chances of earthquakes due to the huge mass of water held by the dam, which put pressure on the rock below, were studied. And in addition, the problem of silt accumulation behind the dam and its potential to block the sluices of the dam was considered, along with water quality downstream, where effluent flow to the sea and deposition of silt are both reduced. The dam’s contribution to flood control was also investigated. The reservoir’s storage capacity would lessen the frequency of severe floods downstream from once every ten years to once every 100 years. But on the other hand, the dam could not prevent floods on downstream tributaries.

1.04.04 Ecological footprint The ecological footprint is a sustainability indicator that expresses the relationship between a population and the natural environment. It considers the total use of natural resources by a country’s population. The concept of ecological footprints has been used to measure our consumption of natural resources, how it varies from country to country, and how it has changed over time. The ecological footprint for a country is calculated by examining the cropland, grazing land, forest and fishing grounds needed to produce the food, fibre and timber the country consumes and to absorb the wastes it produces as it uses energy, and to provide space for homes, roads and factories. Six components are used to calculate a country’s ecological footprint.You can study the details of these aspects in Topic 8.4:

As a result of the EIA, the decision makers concluded that the social and environmental benefits of the dam outweighed the negative impacts of the project. The energy produced by the dam does not release greenhouses gases, so air quality will improve with the increased use of electrical power. The planners also considered the positive benefits of reduced seasonal flooding and increasing economic development along the banks of the reservoir and river.

Image 1.11 Building the Three Gorges Dam created a reservoir behind the dam almost 350 km long. Millions of people living by the Yangtze have been affected by its construction. The enormous dam stands over 1 km wide and 200 m high. It is a physical barrier which disrupts the river ecosystem and fragments the habitats it contains. The EIA report identified 47 endangered species in the area, including the Chinese river dolphin and the Chinese sturgeon. Since the dam was built, the river dolphin has been declared officially extinct and fewer than 1000 sturgeon are thought to remain. The EIA report identified and considered the impact that the dam would have on spawning of sturgeon and other fish and balanced it against other potential benefits. The report also highlighted social consequences. The dam flooded 100 000 acres of fertile agricultural land as well as 1600 factories and mines, 13 cities, 140 towns and 1352 villages, and almost 2 million people were forced to leave their homes and livelihoods along the river. Another major environmental impact identified was deforestation. Large areas of forest had to be cleared both

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Some factors that could not be measured are those that affected lifestyles and scenery which people have traditionally enjoyed. The Chinese government took the view that people would be better off being resettled in new homes. Nevertheless, a major problem has been the lack of land: many farmers are now without land to cultivate and have been forced to adapt to new ways of life and new forms of employment. In the past, the banks of the Yangtze River were lined by spectacular cliffs and mountains which have been lost. Coffins used to hang in caves high up on the mountain cliffs, and there were ancient writings on the cave walls. Most of these have been submerged under the dam reservoir, and little was done to protect or preserve cultural relics in the area. 1

The dam has been operating since 2009, and as well as the extinction of the Chinese river dolphin other environmental impacts have resulted from it. Research some of these and try to assess the value of the EIA that was made.

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Summarise the environmental costs and social benefits of the Three Gorges Dam project. Evaluate the overall usefulness of the EIA

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Using this example, highlight and discuss the strengths and weaknesses of EIAs.

What is meant by ‘Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)’, and what is the purpose of the assessment? Suggest why EIAs may not be able to predict all the outcomes of a new project. Give an example of a factor that was not predicted in the Three Gorges Dam assessment. Discussion point: To what extent should environmental concerns limit development projects?

Built-up land: the land area taken up by infrastructure, including housing, transportation and industrial sites. Fishing grounds: the estimated primary production needed to support the fish and seafood caught (see Image 1.12). Forest: the total amount of lumber, pulp, timber products and fuel wood consumed. Grazing land: the area used to raise livestock. Cropland: the area used to produce food and fibre for human consumption, feed for livestock, oil crops and rubber (see Image 1.13). Carbon uptake: the amount of forest land required to absorb carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels, land-use change and chemical processes, other than the portion absorbed by oceans.

Image 1.12 Fish being sold in Peru – the fishing grounds’ footprint is one of the six components of the ecological footprint.

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An ecological footprint is the area of land and water needed to sustainably provide all the resources at the rate at which they are consumed by a given population.

CONSIDER THIS The idea of an ecological footprint was conceived in 1990 by Wackernagel and Rees at the University of British Columbia.

Image 1.13 Market gardening in Bangladesh for both domestic consumption and for export – cropland footprint is another of the six components of the ecological footprint.

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CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITION COMING 2016

Business Management for the IB Diploma Peter Stimpson and Alex Smith •  This edition is tailored to the thematic requirements and assessment objectives of the IB syllabus. •  Written by two practising and experienced Business Management teachers. •  Includes IB Learner Profile Research tasks, Key Concept extended questions and Theory of Knowledge activities, all embedded throughout. •  Contains exam-style practice questions and a dedicated chapter on assessment and exam techniques. •  Updated case studies designed to prompt group discussion and critical thinking opportunities. •  New digital versions of our textbooks coming in 2016 will offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animation, video and audio content, and/or self-marking quizzes, assessment questions and personalisation of table of contents. Coursebook 978-1-107-46437-7 New Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-54929-6

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Biology for the IB Diploma

Chemistry for the IB Diploma

Physics for the IB Diploma

Brenda Walpole

Steve Owen

K.A. Tsokos

•  Get the best coverage with our thoroughly updated Coursebooks, which contain the full requirements of the IB syllabuses for Biology, Chemistry and Physics, for the first examinations in 2016. •  Full coverage of all Option topics freely available online. •  Features a new chapter dedicated to the Nature of Science material in the new syllabuses. •  Includes clear links to Theory of Knowledge and International-mindedness. •  Strong emphasis on practical skills throughout.

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITIONS AVAILABLE NOW!

•  Teacher resources available online including teaching ideas, practical worksheets and guidance, and support for the Internal and External Assessments. •  Exam preparation is supported with plenty of sample exam questions, online test questions and exam tips. •  New digital versions of our textbooks offer an enriched learning experience through our Cambridge Elevate platform including materials such as animated video and auto-marked formative assessment quizzes.

Biology 978-1-107-65460-0 New Biology Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-53779-8 Chemistry 978-1-107-62270-8 New Chemistry Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-53763-7 Physics 978-1-107-62819-9 New Physics Cambridge Elevate 978-1-107-53787-3

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Biology for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide

Chemistry for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide

Physics for the IB Diploma Exam Preparation Guide

Brenda Walpole

Steve Owen and Chris Martin

K.A. Tsokos

• Tailored to the new syllabuses for first examination in 2016. •  Brand-new Exam Preparation Guides combine subject knowledge with exam preparation techniques and assessment support to fully prepare students for their IB exams. •  Worked Examples show the step-by-step processes to follow to answer different kinds of exam questions. • Clear, precise definitions of key words throughout. • Lots of practice questions and checklists to monitor progress and understanding.

Exam Preparation Guide for Biology Exam Preparation Guide for Chemistry Exam Preparation Guide for Physics

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 5 | MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Mathematics Standard Level for the IB Diploma Paul Fannon, Vesna Kadelburg, Ben Woolley and Stephen Ward

Mathematics Higher Level for the IB Diploma Paul Fannon, Vesna Kadelburg, Ben Woolley and Stephen Ward •  Fully worked solutions manuals for all of the colour-coded examination-style questions now available. •  Written specifically for the IB Diploma syllabus, these highly illustrated Coursebooks cover material in a progressive manner. •  Colour-coded exercises according to grade help to assess progress through the syllabus. •  Mixed exam practice at the end of each chapter, plus a dedicated section at the end of the book for questions that cross different topics, all help to encourage cumulative learning.

IB Mathematics Higher Level Coursebook IB Mathematics Standard Level Coursebook IB Mathematics Higher Level solution manual IB Mathematics Standard Level solution manual New Cambridge Elevate IB Mathematics Standard Level solution manual New Cambridge Elevate IB Mathematics Higher Level solution manual Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematics Standard Level Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematics Higher Level

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•  The accompanying CD-ROM contains calculator skills sheets, extension worksheets, supplementary sheets and fill-in proofs, providing support for students of varying learning backgrounds. • Option Topics available on the Higher Level CD-ROM.

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 5 | MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

Mathematics Higher Level for the IB Diploma: Option Topics Paul Fannon,  Vesna Kadelburg, Ben Woolley and Stephen Ward •  Contains worked examples, exam-style questions, exam hints and tips, and calculator skills sheets. •  Written for the IB Mathematics Higher Level syllabus. •  Features a dedicated chapter exclusively for mixed examination. •  Progressive approach encourages cumulative learning. •  Available to purchase separately.

Topic 7  Topic 8  Topic 9  Topic 10

– Option: Statistics and Probability – Option: Sets, Relations and Groups – Option: Calculus – Option: Discrete Mathematics

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IB DIPLOMA GROUP 5 | MATHEMATICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE

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

Mathematical Studies Exam Preparation Guide for Mathematical Studies

978-1-107-69140-7 978-1-107-63184-7

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IB DIPLOMA CORE

Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma

Decoding Theory of Knowledge for the IB Diploma

Richard van de Lagemaat

Wendy Heydorn and Susan Jesudason

•  Supports the syllabus with strong emphasis on the distinction between personal and shared knowledge.

•  Written in succinct and clear language, Decoding Theory of Knowledge explains key TOK concepts and helps students develop their critical thinking skills.

•  New material covering the four new ways of knowing (imagination, faith, intuition, memory) and the two new areas of knowledge (religious and indigenous knowledge systems).

•  Tailored to the TOK syllabus and can support any TOK coursebook.

•  A comprehensive, original and accessible approach to Theory of Knowledge which covers all aspects of the revised subject guide.

•  Extensive support on the assessment criteria for the essay and presentation.

•  Quotations, questions and exercises prompt critical thinking and encourage active engagement with the material.

•  Coverage of areas of knowledge, ways of knowing, personal and shared knowledge, the knowledge framework and knowledge questions.

•  Each chapter ends with a summary of key points, knowledge framework focus (where appropriate), prescribed titles and suggestions for further reading. •  Margin features highlight linking questions, real-life situations and key definitions. •  Detailed guidance on how to approach the TOK essay and presentation, with many invaluable tips. Coursebook

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•  Features include explanation of key concepts to consolidate knowledge and understanding, applied to real-life situations to engage students. Coursebook

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NEW

Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) for the IB Diploma – An essential guide for students John Cannings, Maria Ines Piaggio, Peter Muir and Tom Brodie •  Written by a team of experienced CAS Coordinators from the three IB regions, the First Edition of CAS – An essential guide for students is tailored to meet the requirements for first teaching from September 2015. •  This Coursebook is accessible and practical for students, offering advice and guidance on how to select a suitable CAS activity and how to approach the task: from planning and time management to what makes a successful and positive CAS experience. •  This resource is also helpful for CAS Coordinators and those involved in planning student CAS projects in their school. This student guide includes: • Activity boxes to help with CAS planning and reflection in CAS •  Links to the Theory of Knowledge (TOK) and Extended Essay to help explain the common goals of these Core courses •  Plenty of practical advice on creating a budget, seeking sponsorship and promoting and marketing your project In addition this Student Guide is available as an enhanced digital edition with videos in every chapter designed to inspire and encourage a successful CAS project.

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE ENHANCED EDITION COMING 2016

Student Guide New Cambridge Elevate edition

978-1-107-56034-5 Check website for details

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IB DIPLOMA CORE

Introducing the IB Diploma Programme Editors: Marc Abrioux and Jill Rutherford •  A practical handbook for schools wishing to introduce and sustain the IB Diploma. •  Provides practical advice on 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. •  An invaluable resource for schools already offering the IB Diploma, as well as for prospective schools.

Introducing the IB Diploma Programme

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SECONDARY LATIN

Minimus and Minimus Secundus

Minimus: Starting out in Latin

Minimus Secundus: Moving on in Latin

Barbara Bell

Barbara Bell, illustrated by Helen Forte

•  Develops language awareness and helps pupils with the basics of English by identifying common Latin roots.

•  Developing Latin skills for ages 10 to 13. Join in the fun with Minimus Secundus – a mix of myths, stories, grammar support and historical background! The Pupil’s Book is a lively, colourful introduction to the Latin language and the culture of Roman Britain. A fun way to teach English grammar, it is ideal for cross-curricular activities.

•  The Teacher’s Resource Book contains English translations of the Latin passages, photocopiable worksheets and full teaching notes. •  The CD features readings and extracts to help with pronunciation.

Audio CD Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Resource Book

978-0-521-68146-9 978-0-521-65960-4 978-0-521-65961-1

•  Visit www.minimus.com for additional readers, teacher’s resources, Minimus merchandise, and news about training events. Audio CD Pupil’s Book Teacher’s Resource Book

978-0-521-68147-6 978-0-521-75545-0 978-0-521-75546-7

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SECONDARY ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING RESOURCES

Listen Here!

Advanced Vocabulary in Context

Clare West For lower-intermediate to intermediate students who wish to improve their listening skills in English. This resource is suitable for classroom use, or for self study. The 28 units cover a wide range of topics and situations and provide tasks for active listening to build skills and confidence.

Listen Here! Listen Here! with Key Listen Here! with audio CD

978-0-521-14034-8 978-0-521-14036-2 978-0-521-14042-3

Donald Watson This book enables advanced level students to practise vocabulary in natural contexts. It is suitable for use in the classroom, for homework, or for self-study. The book develops an awareness of collocation, and prepares for gap-filling sections in examinations such as Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) and Proficiency (CPE), as well as providing a rich source of stimulating reading material. The With Key version contains an answer key.

Advanced Vocabulary in Context Advanced Vocabulary in Context, with Key

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SECONDARY SHAKESPEARE RESOURCES

Cambridge School Shakespeare Founding Editor: Rex Gibson •  An improved, larger-format edition of the Cambridge School Shakespeare plays, extensively rewritten, expanded and produced in an attractive new design. •  An active approach to classroom Shakespeare enables students to inhabit Shakespeare’s imaginative world in accessible and creative ways. Students are encouraged to share Shakespeare’s love of language, interest in character and sense of theatre.

Macbeth 978-1-107-61549-6 Romeo and Juliet 978-1-107-61540-3 Much Ado About Nothing 978-1-107-61989-0 Othello 978-1-107-61559-5 Hamlet 978-1-107-61548-9 A Midsummer Night’s Dream 978-1-107-61545-8 The Merchant of Venice 978-1-107-61539-7

•  Substantially revised and extended in full colour, classroom activities are thematically organised in distinctive ‘Stagecraft’, ‘Write about it’, ‘Language in the play’, ‘Characters’ and ‘Themes’ features. Extended glossaries are aligned with the play text for easy reference.

Twelfth Night The Tempest The Taming of the Shrew Julius Caesar New As You Like It New King Lear New Richard III

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SECONDARY SHAKESPEARE RESOURCES

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

Invaluable support for all Shakespeare teachers. It makes explicit the active learning principles underpinning Cambridge School Shakespeare, helping teachers to develop their existing good practice.

The North Face of Shakespeare

978-0-521-75636-5

Teaching Shakespeare

978-0-521-57788-5

Stepping into Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s Language

Rex Gibson

Rex Gibson

Classroom-tested lesson plans for 9 to 13 year olds. Spiral-bound photocopiable content, perfect for adaptation and extension to suit classroom needs. It uses active, imaginative learning for motivation and the mastery of language skills.

Shakespeare’s Language provides invaluable support for teachers of Shakespeare in schools, colleges and institutions of higher education.

Stepping into Shakespeare

978-0-521-77557-1

Cambridge Student Guides to Shakespeare Founding Editor: Rex Gibson •  An attractive, full-colour Coursebook covering the seven topics of the Higher Level Extension syllabus.

Photocopiable Worksheets 978-0-521-57811-0 CD-ROM 978-1-845-65003-2

The Cambridge Shakespeare Guide Emma Smith An indispensable reference tool for Shakespeare students and enthusiasts, providing authoritative summaries of each of Shakespeare’s works.

•  For more information, visit education.cambridge.org

For more information, visit education.cambridge.org

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SECONDARY ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Coding Club Chris Roffey •  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. •  These lively books provide an introduction to the world of coding and to Python 3 – a fantastic language to start coding with. Young programmers will learn how to code and customise several fun applications.

•  The fun challenges and Quick Quizzes help to consolidate new skills. •  The companion website provides the full source code for all the projects and challenges as well as help for readers.

Python Basics (Level 1) Python: Next Steps (Level 2) Python: Building Big Apps (Level 3) Python: Programming Art (Level 1) New Black Flag: A Coding Club Mission

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SECONDARY TEACHER DEVELOPMENT NEW

Mathematical Thinking in the lower secondary classroom This book is for teachers and educators who want to develop their maths teaching skills where English is the language of instruction. It has been written by the international group of educators based at AIMSSEC, The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences Schools Enrichment Centre. The book provides practical classroom activities underpinned by sound pedagogy and recent research findings. The activities are designed for teachers working alone or in ‘self-help’ teachers’ workshops. They are designed to develop mathematical thinking and offer immediate practical tools to help deliver this approach. All of the content in the book has been trialled by teachers around the world and is written by experienced maths teachers and subject matter experts, so you can be confident that the tools can be used to help deliver successful teaching and learning in your classroom, wherever you might be in the world. This book: •  Provides practical support for mathematics teachers in the lower secondary classroom •  Includes activities that exemplify ways of teaching and learning the most important parts of any national curriculum, and offer material that is universally relevant •  Is written by an experienced international writing team, all of whom have worked as teacher educators in more than one country

This resource has not been through the Cambridge endorsement process

•  Focuses on problem-solving activities and identifying powerful ways of approaching the curriculum •  Offers teachers ideas for introducing mathematical concepts through enquiry-based learning •  Draws on the activities on the NRICH website (www.nrich.maths.org) which has been built up over the last 18 years “I discovered that mathematics is not only about numbers, it is a language in itself. Expressions and equations are a short way of narrating a story, they are not just numbers and symbols without meaning.” Mammudi Malatji, Lower Secondary Teacher Teacher Resource

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SECONDARY TEACHER DEVELOPMENT

Professional Development and Education Research The Cambridge Education Research series In collaboration with the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, Cambridge University Press has produced a new series of high-quality books, The Cambridge Education Research series, devoted to innovative teacher education and continuing professional development. The Faculty of Education’s long-standing traditions of high-quality teacher education shape these titles, creating resources that support teacher learning and professional development. Literacy as Numbers 978-1-107-52517-7 Educational Reform and Internationalisation: The Case of School Reform in Kazakhstan 978-1-107-45288-6 Rethinking Heritage Language Education 978-1-107-43762-3 Teachers Learning: Professional Development and Education 978-1-107-61869-5 Teacher Education and Pedagogy: Theory, Policy and Practice 978-1-107-62655-3 Building Bilingual Education Systems: Forces, Mechanisms and Counterweights 978-1-107-45048-6 Multilingualism and Language in Education 978-1-107-57431-1

The Cambridge Teacher series The Cambridge Teacher series offers practical guidance and innovative teaching approaches to those looking to develop their classroom practice. Underpinned by the latest research, the books provide a valuable resource for teachers who want to deepen their understanding of key theoretical ideas with a view to putting these into practice in their classrooms. A wealth of international experience is evident in this series and informs a clear understanding of the challenges that face teachers in the 21st century. All of the titles in this series are produced with Cambridge International Examinations. Produced with Cambridge International Examinations, Language Awareness in Teaching: A Toolkit for Content and Language Teachers helps teachers to develop language awareness to support their students with the academic language they need to be successful in subjects taught through English. Excellence in Bilingual Education: A Guide for School Principals 978-1-107-68147-7 Language Awareness in Teaching: A Toolkit for Content and Language Teachers 978-1-107-61828-2 Language Rich: Insights from Multilingual Schools Check website for details Content Based Instruction in Context: Practical Guidance for Educators Check website for details ENDORSED

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GCSE AND A/AS LEVEL A/AS LEVEL AND GCSE ENGLISH | A/AS LEVEL HISTORY

Brand-new print and digital GCSE and A/AS Level English resources for AQA

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE GCSE for AQA Student Book

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GCSE English Literature for AQA Student Book Jon Seal Series editor: Peter Thomas

•  Cambridge Elevate-enhanced Editions of the Student Books and Teacher’s Resources

Romeo and Juliet TITLE LEVEL

GCSE English Literature for AQA Student Book Chris Sutcliffe and Bernard Ward Series editor: Peter Thomas

BRAND-NEW PRINT AND DIGITAL A/AS LEVEL ENGLISH RESOURCES

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A /AS Level ENGLISH LANGUAGE

ENGLISH LANGUAGE A /AS Level for AQA Student Book

Marcello Giovanelli, Gary Ives, John Keen, Raj Rana and Rachel Rudman Series editor: Marcello Giovanelli

Written specifically for the new AQA 2015 qualifications.

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ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

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A /AS Level for AQA Student Book

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•  Student Books for A/AS Level English Language, English Language and Literature, Literature A and Literature B

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•  Cambridge Elevate-enhanced Editions of the Student Books and Teacher’s Resources

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The best-selling school series. Improved, larger-format editions of the Cambridge School Shakespeare plays, extensively rewritten, expanded and produced in an attractive design.

CAMBRIDGE ELEVATE Our English resources are accessible via Cambridge Elevate – a brand-new enhanced digital teaching and learning platform offering:

Assess to Progress tool to track, assess and report on •  students’ progress •  A range of videos, audio and interactive resources •  Tools to annotate text, add notes and hyperlink Find out more: www.cambridge.org/ukschools

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Brand-new print and digital A/AS Level History resources for AQA Our suite of print and digital AQA A/AS Level History resources have been specifically tailored to the new curriculum and cover the new AQA specification. Our AQA A/AS Level History series includes 18 print Student Books with supporting digital licences, covering the most popular Breadth and Depth topics in the new 2015 AQA A/AS Level History specification. BREADTH The Age of the Crusades, c1071-1204 Spain in the Age of Discovery, 1469-1598 The Tudors: England, 1485-1603 Stuart Britain and the Crisis of Monarchy,  1603-1702 Russia in the Age of Absolutism and   Enlightenment, 1682-1796 Challenge and Transformation: Britain, c1851-1964 Tsarist and Communist Russia, 1855-1964 The Making of a Superpower: USA, 1865-1975 The Quest for Political Stability: Germany,  1871-1991 DEPTH Royal Authority and the Angevin Kings, 1154-1216 The Wars of the Roses, 1450-1499 The Reformation in Europe, c1500-1564 The Sun King: Louis XIV, France and Europe,   1643-1715 Wars and Welfare: Britain in Transition, 1906-1957 Revolution and Dictatorship: Russia, 1917-1953 Democracy and Nazism: Germany, 1918-1945 The American Dream: Reality and Illusion,   1945-1980 The Making of Modern Britain, 1951-2007


GCSE AND A/AS LEVEL MATHS | COMPUTER SCIENCE

Homework Book 9781107496859 written by experienced teachers and provides full coverage of GCSE Mathematics Foundation Question book for Edexcel.indd 1

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Higher

MATHEMATICS Also in this series:

GCSE Mathematics for Edexcel Teacher’s Resource 9781107468146

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MATHEMATICS GCSE for Edexcel Problem-solving Book

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