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Dear Colleague, This catalogue will guide you through resources that are used and loved around the globe by middle school, high school and secondary Science teachers and their learners. No matter which curriculum you are following, we have resources to meet your teaching and learning needs. We offer modern and engaging programmes that will enhance the learning experience along with planning, assessment and reporting tools to allow you to spend more time teaching. Well-known UK and US series are a huge part of how we can support you, but it doesn’t end there: • You may recognise favourites such as Edexcel International GCSE Sciences suite (pages 36-37) and Edexcel GCSE Science resources (page 42). • Don’t miss: new titles for 2013 in the popular Interactive Science series (pages 10-13). • Look out for SuccessNet and SuccessNet Plus - online teaching and learning environments that accompany our US curriculum resources! Find out more on page 7.

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Combining these resources with the latest digital learning technologies, assessment solutions and teachers’ professional development opportunities, Pearson has the depth of experience and knowledge to become your true partner in all aspects of education. Our presence in the Middle East and Africa spans decades and we’re as passionate about education and supporting your students as you are. Don’t take our word for it. We’d love to show you.

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Our Content, Your Content, All in One Place High-quality content combined with flexible tools that enable you to exchange ideas, collaborate and enhance teaching and learning. See pages 8-9, 27, 34 & 61

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Promote scientific inquiry and develop process skills Through the topic of Energy, uses scientific inquiry and investigation to foster an active engagement in science. See pages 28, 40 & 53

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Now available! AGS Globe Earth Science & AGS Globe Physical Science ©2012 11-18 Engage striving learners See pages 26, 32-33 & 53

Environmental Science: 14-18 Your World, Your Turn ©2011 Real Issues. Real Data. Real Choices Puts the Science into a real world context by empowering students to take an active role in their learning. See pages 41 & 49

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Digital solutions your way Today’s classrooms are diverse. The teaching styles and learning needs, of each individual, need to be met for a personalized learning path to be achieved. But teaching and learning goes beyond the classroom and can take place anytime, anywhere. It also involves many people – teachers, learners, parents and administrators. Our digital solutions support personalized learning in the classroom, at home and on the go – for everyone. From traditional print materials to software, to apps for the latest digital devices, each individual can realise their potential in the classroom and in life.

eBooks eBooks are electronic books that provide an excellent alternative to print editions. They can be viewed on a computer, whiteboard or mobile device. For students, eBooks allow access to content anywhere whilst reducing the weight of their book bag. For teachers, not only are eBooks easy to use, they provide a great way to keep the class engaged as a group and independently. Annotations and notes can be added to every page so that an eBook can become a living document that is built on. Some eBooks provide audio, with pages being read aloud which enhances the English language learners experience. Technical requirements: Computers/tablets/whiteboard. Internet access required for online eBooks.

Online Digital Path Online delivery of interactive student components and resources, along with teaching planning, assessment and reporting features make for a fully streamlined and highly effective teacher and learner experience. They offer students a media rich, enjoyable experience so they learn as they live, in a digital world. Students can learn at their own pace following their own personalized path through the content. With all resources organized in one place plus classroom management, planning and assessment features, teachers can focus on teaching. Technical requirements: Computer/Android tablet, internet access, flash based devices.

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CD/DVD-ROMs Schools without internet access can still enjoy the interactive aspects of our top digital programmes. The content delivered on CD or DVD also offers an engaging environment for students. With videos, audio and animations offered, they provide the same rich experiences as online resources but without the need for internet. They are a great first step for teachers looking to add some digital learning to the classroom. Technical requirements: Computer. No internet required.

Apps An app (application) is a piece of software that can be run on a computer or mobile device with an internet connection. Many apps once downloaded can be run offline without an internet connection. We offer apps for both teachers and students. Our teacher apps enhance instruction and enable teachers to be more responsive to individual student needs while teaching. Our student apps are perfect for today’s digital natives. They offer a range of fun preparation and practice support through videos, games and assessment to enhance independent learning and for extra practice at home. Technical requirements: Tablet and internet required (for initial download). See app for specific tablet compatibility (Apple iPad, Android device).

Parent Participation/Home Learning CD and Internet based resources such as eBooks and apps can be used to support home learning, providing extra practice and homework. For students they provide another exciting learning experience outside of the classroom with the support of parent participation. For teachers, it extends learning into the home as well as improving parent– school involvement and relationships, including reporting and tracking pupil progress. Technical requirements: Computer and internet access required.

Interactive Whiteboard We offer a vast array of CD and internet based resources for front of class delivery on an Interactive Whiteboard. Perfect for boosting whole-class involvement, the resources capture the attention of learners and keep them engaged. Technical requirements: Projector, whiteboard, computer, internet (not essential).

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A digital learning solution for Grades 6-12 GradPoint™ is a student-centric, digital learning solution which is easy-to-use and cost-effective. This comprehensive online learning solution gives you the power to truly personalize learning with rigorous, standards-based core, elective, honors and Advanced Placement® curriculum delivered on an award-winning, intuitive learning platform.

For students… Provide a personalized learning experience to re-engage struggling students and challenge high achievers. Over 150 rigorous, multimedia courses. Variety of learning paths to serve all your students’ learning needs. Convenient web browser access for any time, any place and any pace learning.

For teachers and parents… Improve the classroom environment and develop positive relationships. The simple and intuitive learning platform frees up time for more teaching and mentoring. Data-driven technology alerts teachers when students are failing or falling behind in a course. Professional development opportunities help keep you up-to-date with teaching strategies and best practices.

Implement a solution that really works… Reduce dropout rates and create powerful virtual and blended programs. Content developed by industry leaders and built on instructional design best practices. Award-winning curriculum aligned to state and Common Core State Standards. A flexible platform that can grow as your teaching and program needs change. Visit www.pearsonglobalschools.com to learn more or contact you local Pearson representative (see details at the back of this catalogue).

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Pearson SuccessNet and Pearson SuccessNet Plus are complete K–12, online teaching and learning environments. It’s where teachers, students, parents, and administrators can access resources for all Pearson programs.

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For teachers Organizes all Pearson US digital resources in one place, saving time through one simple login. Provides strategically placed digital assets at point of use, seamlessly connecting print and online instruction. Allows users to search digital assets by state standards, media type, topic, and more.

For students Extends learning beyond the textbook by providing rich, digital content with a purpose - student engagement, understanding, and performance. Integrates relevant digital resources into the natural flow of lessons .

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Helps today’s digital natives become active and motivated participants in their own education.

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Our content and your content all in one place What is OLE? Online Learning Exchange offers an environment where high-quality content combined with flexible tools enable you to exchange ideas, collaborate and improve your teaching learning experience.

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Build lessons easily. Share your latest work. Discuss your work with others around the world. Perfect for enhancing Science lessons.

Home

• All resources in one, easy to find place. • Stay up-to-date with what’s in the news and current events.

• Navigate through the site with ease.

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• Find interactive media for your lesson.

• Search for content by keyword, course or standard.

Have a question? Get in touch: globalschools@pearson.com

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Build, Discuss and Manage

• Create visually engaging lessons with Lesson Builder.

• Use your custom-made lessons in class and share with colleagues.

• Ask questions and get helpful

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• Start or join debates. • Set up classes, track assignments, determine who’s on track and who needs help.

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Interact with your world A next-generation, middle grades science program that makes learning personal, engaging and relevant for today’s students. Interactive Science features an innovative write-in Student Edition that enables students to become active participants in their learning and truly connect the Big Ideas of science to their world. Hold the attention of your media-savvy learners with digital and online teaching options that blend seamlessly with the write-in Student Edition to create a unique experience for all learning and teaching styles.

Fully flexible offering 3 pathways to engage students!

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 Empowers students through personalized learning The next-generation write-in Student Edition personalizes science instruction through active learning, allowing students to read, write, draw, graph, and self-assess all in one place. Students can conveniently access the full content of their write-in Student Edition online or on CD-ROM. The multilingual glossary of scientific vocabulary words includes translations from 13 different languages for each word.

Provides more inquiry in more places What’s online?

Resources for K-5 also available - see website for further details.

A variety of hands-on and minds-on inquiry options keep all your students engaged. A Teacher’s Lab Resource and a wide variety of blackline masters provide opportunities for inquiry every day.

Everything you need to plan, teach, assess, and meet the needs of all learners The spiral-bound Teacher’s Edition and Resource provides everything you need to successfully teach Interactive Science, and includes: Powerful teaching strategies for every lesson, with expert author commentary. Three types of lesson plan options: digital focus, inquiry focus, and a blended approach. Wrap-around notes with enhanced strategies for English Language Learners and differentiated instructional support for students of differing abilities. An essential Program Guide gives you a comprehensive overview of the Interactive Science program, including a summary of standards and advice on using the various tools, so you can successfully implement the program in your classroom. Track your students’ development with Progress Monitoring Assessments. Students gain valuable test-taking practice to help them improve their scores on standardized exams. Create and print tests or study guides in minutes from a bank of thousands of questions, with ExamView® Assessment Suite CD-ROM. View individual or whole-class reports of test results. For teachers, MyScienceOnline.com provides: - Preferences Navigator – to customize teaching style and personalize curriculum; - Online Classroom Management – access the Teacher’s Edition, set up a class, assign homework, get reports and more!

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 Engages students with personalized technology 2011

The next generation of online science learning is here! At MyScienceOnline.com you’ll find a wealth of resources that you and your students can use to personalize your online learning experience, including: My Science Coach – for extra practice on key science concepts Interactive Art – makes textbooks spring to life online Untamed Science Videos – exciting online video blogs make science cool! Virtual Labs – bring science concepts to life with realistic virtual labs My Planet Diary - takes students on a journey to amazing parts of our planet, with biographies from researchers, facts from around the world and testimonials from young scientists My Reading Web – gives extra help on a particular science topic at students’ specific reading level

My Planet Diary from Interactive Science Grades 6-8 Earth’s Structure MyScienceOnline.com

English Language Learners Accelerating Progress for ELLs provides daily visual, interactive, and differentiated teaching strategies to help create a comfortable learning environment for all your English Language Learners.

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 Supports students’ reading and math skills Help students be better prepared for tests by practising the written and math skills needed in science: The Reading Strategies Handbook presents section summaries, vocabulary reviews, and study worksheets; The Math Skill and Problem-Solving Handbook provides math content support and a variety of practice opportunities so students can master math skills and problem solving in science.

Lab zone Easily track student progress with Success Tracker™, a state-of-the-art, online formative assessment and remediation management system.

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new titles! NEW Middle School Earth, Life and Physical titles

This program is also available in Spanish

Components at a glance NEW – Life, Earth and Physical titles The following components are available for each of the Life, Earth and Physical topics: Student Edition Student Edition Plus Digital Courseware 1 Year Student Edition eText For iPad 1-Year or 7-Year License Digital Courseware 1-Year or 7-Year License Teacher Edition Plus Program Guide Progress Monitoring Assessments Module Options 6-8 Topics covered in Modules 6-8: Nature of Science Topics Science Technology

Earth Topics Earth’s Structure Earth’s Surface Water and the Atmosphere Astronomy and Space Science

Life Topics Ecology and the Environment Cells and Heredity The Diversity of Life Human Body Systems

Physics Topics Introduction to Chemistry Forces and Energy Sound and Light

The following components are available for the topics above: Student Edition Student Edition and Digital Path 1-Year License Digital Path 1-Year or 7-Year License Digital Student eText CD-ROM Teacher’s Edition and Resource Teacher’s Lab Resource Spanish Student Edition Spanish Teacher’s Lab Resource Teacher’s Resources Interactive Teacher Resources Bundle Teachers Lab Resource Life Science Teachers Lab Resource Earth Teachers Lab Resource Physical My Science Online Complete Teacher Access Pack 6/8 Program-Wide Resources Stem Activity Book Inquiry Skills Handbook i (INQSK) Inquiry Skills Handbook ii (INQSK) Inquiry Skills Handbook iii (INQSK) Chapter Activities and Projects Interdisciplinary Activities for Science (IACT) Math Skills and Problem-Solving Handbook (MSH) Pearson Science ELL Handbook (ELL) Pearson Science Reading Skills Handbook (RSH) Multilingual Glossary Untamed Science Video Series: Chapter Adventures ExamView Assessment Suite CD-ROM

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Prentice Hall Science Explorer ©2011 Change the way your students see the world Prentice Hall Science Explorer is the perfect fit for today’s classroom. Lead author Michael Padilla weaves together content with hands-on science inquiry that’s sure to reach every student. With your choice of 15 small books, you’ll find the option that best matches your curriculum. Use the textbook alone or in tandem with our exceptional ancillaries. Science Explorer provides you with more options so you can deliver lessons aligned to your standards and preferences. Our commitment to middle school grade students is unmatched in the areas of inquiry opportunities, visual learning and reading support.

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Photosynthesis and Light

Reading Preview Key Concepts • What happens when light strikes a green leaf?

• How do scientists summarize the process of photosynthesis?

Key Terms • transmission • reflection • absorption • accessory pigment

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Target Reading Skill Previewing Visuals Preview Figure 9. Then write two questions that you have about the diagram in a graphic organizer like the one below. As you read, answer your questions.

What Colors Make Up Sunlight? 1. Glue a piece of white paper onto the inside bottom of a shoe box. 2. Place the box on its side near a window or outside in a sunny area. 3. Hold a mirror in front of the open side of the box. Adjust the mirror until it reflects sunlight onto the paper in the box. CAUTION: Do not direct the sunlight into your eyes. 4. Place a prism between the mirror and the box. Adjust the location of the prism so that sunlight passes through the prism. 5. Describe what you see on the paper in the box. Think It Over Observing What did you learn about light from this activity?

The Photosynthesis Process

Q. How is sunlight involved in photosynthesis?

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The year was 1883. T. W. Engelmann, a German biologist, was at work in his laboratory. He peered into the microscope at some algae on a slide. The microscope had a prism located between the light source and the algae. As Engelmann watched the algae, he saw gas bubbles forming in the water around some of the cells. Curiously, no gas bubbles formed around other cells. Although Engelmann did not know it at the time, his experiment provided a clue about how light is involved in photosynthesis. To understand what Engelmann observed, you need to know more about the nature of light.

FIGURE 7 The Visible Spectrum When white light passes through a prism, you can see that it is made up of the colors of the rainbow.

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Type of Sponge

Volume of Absorbed Water Total Per Gram (mL) (mL/g)

Mass of Size of Damp Sponge Pores

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Soak It Up! Problem Which sponge absorbs the most water?

Type of Sponge

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• damp piece of cellulose sponge • damp piece of natural sponge • damp piece of foam sponge

• balance • large bowl of tap water • graduated cylinder • beaker • paper towel

Procedure

Mass of Size of Damp Sponge Pores

Volume of Absorbed Water Total Per Gram (mL) (mL/g)

9. Repeat Steps 6–8 using the natural sponge and then the foam sponge. When you are finished, squeeze all the water from your sponges, and return them to your teacher. 10. Calculate the volume of water absorbed per gram of sponge, using this formula:

1. Copy the data table on a separate sheet.

Volume absorbed Volume of absorbed water --------------------------------------------------------------------------- � per gram Mass of damp sponge

2. Examine the size of the pores in each sponge. Record your observations.

Analyze and Conclude

3. Make a prediction about which sponge will absorb the most water. Record your prediction and give a reason.

1. Observing Which sponge absorbed the most water per gram of sponge? The least? Was your prediction confirmed?

4. Place a damp piece of cellulose sponge on a balance and measure its mass. Record the mass in the data table. Remove the sponge from the balance.

2. Drawing Conclusions What can you conclude about the relationship between pore size and the ability of the sponge to absorb water?

5. Repeat Step 4 with the natural sponge and then the foam sponge.

3. Predicting How would the volume of absorbed water change if each of the sponges had twice the mass of the sponges you studied? Explain.

6. Submerge the cellulose sponge in a bowl of water. Squeeze it several times to remove all air bubbles. Release the sponge and let it absorb water. Then remove the sponge and place it in the beaker. 7. Squeeze out as much water as possible from the sponge into the beaker. (Hint: Squeeze and twist the sponge until no more drops of water come out.) 8. Pour the water from the beaker into the graduated cylinder. Measure the volume of water and record the volume in the data table. Pour the water from the graduated cylinder back into the bowl. Dry the graduated cylinder and beaker with a paper towel.

4. Communicating Natural sponges can cost more than cellulose and foam sponges. Consider that information and the results of your investigation. Which sponge would you recommend to consumers for absorbing water spills? Explain your choice.

Design an Experiment Design an experiment to test the prediction you made in Question 3 above. Write your hypothesis as an "If … then …" statement. Obtain your teacher’s permission before carrying out your investigation.

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Components at a glance For each topic: • Student Edition • Online Teacher’s Edition • Adapted Reading and Study Workbook • Guided Reading and Study Workbook • ExamView Test Bank Topics covered:

Life Bacteria To Plants Animals Cells & Heredity Human Biology & Health Environmentl Science

Earth Inside Earth Earths Changing Surface Earths Waters Weather & Climate Astronomy

Physical Chemical Building Blocks Chem Interactions Motion, Forces And Energy Electricity Sound & Light

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Exploring Science: How Science Works The market-leading 11-14 science course in the UK Tried and trusted by thousands of teachers, Exploring Science: How Science Works provides the most comprehensive coverage of the content, concepts and skills required to support the teaching of science to 11-14 year-olds. Exploring Science: How Science Works provides a vast range of assessment options, so that you and your pupils feel completely secure about the level they’re working at, and how to progress. Plus the flexible nature of the course ensures we’ve got you covered no matter how you choose to structure your teaching of each year.

Exploring Science: How Science Works offers… the best differentiation: with materials that cater for four levels of ability. the best match to the UK Programme of Study and the renewed Framework: with How Science Works integrated seamlessly throughout. the best pathway for progression: with levelled sample answers and progression ladders to allow pupils to measure and improve their own progress. the best way to personalise your teaching: with extensive resources specifically designed to give you flexibility in every part of the lesson. the most comprehensive course: with everything your department needs to teach the renewed curriculum across two or three years.

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the most engaging digital resources to captivate all of your pupils: with an unrivalled range of digital resources including landmark BBC programming.

…all from the author team you can trust! Components at a glance Year 7

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Pupil Book with ActiveBook CD-ROM ActiveTeach with BBC Active Clips Pack Teacher and Technician Planning Guide Teacher and Technician Planning Guide CD-ROM Planning and Personalisation Tool CD-ROM Differentiated Classwork and Homework Activity Pack Differentiated Classwork and Homework Activity Pack CD-ROM Formative and Summative Assessment Support Pack Formative and Summative Assessment Support Pack CD-ROM

Pupil Book with ActiveBook CD-ROM ActiveTeach with BBC Active Clips Pack Teacher and Technician Planning Guide Teacher and Technician Planning Guide CD-ROM Planning and Personalisation Tool CD-ROM Differentiated Classwork and Homework Activity Pack Differentiated Classwork and Homework Activity Pack CD-ROM Formative and Summative Assessment Support Pack Formative and Summative Assessment Support Pack CD-ROM

Pupil Book with ActiveBook CD-ROM ActiveTeach with BBC Active Clips Pack Teacher and Technician Planning Guide Teacher and Technician Planning Guide CD-ROM Planning and Personalisation Tool CD-ROM Differentiated Classwork and Homework Activity Pack Differentiated Classwork and Homework Activity Pack CD-ROM Formative and Summative Assessment Support Pack Formative and Summative Assessment Support Pack CD-ROM Also: Assessing Pupil Progress Teacher Pack with CD-ROM

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 Pupils’ Book with FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM Exploring Science: How Science Works gives you the best tools to motivate your pupils. Our proven approach to pupil book design is second to none. Packed with photographs and diagrams, the books invite your pupils to learn. Accessible for all your pupils. How Science Works fully integrated throughout. FREE ActiveBook CD-ROM included with every Pupil Book, containing a digital copy of the book and a bank of extra resources. Each unit is built around a real-world theme, with How Science Works pages at the beginning and end of each unit, indicating the real-life implications and applications of science.

Questions increase in difficulty through the spread, with How Science Works questions throughout the unit to encourage scientific literacy.

Sections are colour-coded by scientific discipline for ease of use.

Pupil Book

The most appropriate literacy levels used, supported by rich artwork and photographs that provide a glimpse of science in everyday life.

Fascinating fact boxes relate the science to real life.

Sample from Year 7 Pupil Book

‘I can’ statements provide pupils with clear success criteria for each topic, including How Science Works skills.

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 ActiveTeach and BBC Active Clips Pack This unique resource gives you instant access to a vast range of inspiring digital resources, all instantly accessible from one place. The ActiveTeach and BBC Active Clips Pack has been carefully designed to both support your planning and teaching, and engage all of your pupils in every topic. Easily networked throughout your school, each ActiveTeach and BBC Clips Pack includes site licences of:

The ActiveBook A fully interactive digital version of the Pupil Book that lets you zoom into specific areas of each page to focus pupils’ attention and create opportunities for discussion.

Captivating videos What’s online?

With UNIQUE access to BBC Active videos the best of BBC science programming is at your fingertips. Let Blue Planet, Space, Life of Mammals, Horizon (and many more) bring the universe to your classroom!

Levelled questions & answers PowerPoint presentations give you teacher-mediated access to levelled questions for ALL of the questions in the Pupil Book, with a range of levelled sample answers given for every question to support the progression of each pupil. Search for resources across all three years of Exploring Science – by PoS statement, Framework objective and many other criteria – for fully flexible planning and teaching.

Gain instant access to all your CD-based Exploring Science: How Science Works resources at the touch of a button.

Sample screens from Exploring Science: How Science Works ActiveTeach Year 8

Engaging videos – both BBC Active and specifically commissioned How Science Works videos – bring the universe to your classroom.

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 Assessing Pupils’ Progress Teacher Pack Specifically written for the Assessing Pupils’ Progress (APP) assessment criteria in consultation with APP pilot schools, the Assessing Pupils’ Progress Teacher Pack and accompanying CD-ROM feature a variety of skills-based activities that are designed to support you implement APP in your classroom. 33 differentiated tasks, covering a wide selection of topics, outcomes and assessment focuses, to help you generate evidence for this method of assessment. Level ladders in ‘pupil-speak’ make it easier for pupils to identify where they are and what they need to do to progress to the next level. Produced in consultation with APP Pilot schools so you can be sure these resources will work for you.

Pupil Worksheet Pupils are given the opportunity to present their findings in a range of creative ways; consolidating their learning and increasing engagement.

Topics covered

Sample pages from Exploring Science: Assessing Pupils’ Progress Teacher Pack

Skills-based tasks are designed to give you a wealth of evidence for all Assessment Focuses.

Pupil’s Book Year 7

Pupil’s Book Year 8

Pupil’s Book Year 9

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8A Food, Glorious Food 8B Going for Gold 8C Doctors and Diseases 8D The Way of the Dodo

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9A Science and Fiction 9B A model Career 9C On the Farm 9D Crime Scene Investigations

7E Acids and Alkalis 7F Bubbles, Bangs and Burning 7G What a Waste 7H Materials from the Earth

8E Water 8F Materials and Recycling 8G All that Glitters 8H Explaining the Earth

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8I Heat Transfers 8J Forces and Transport 8K Light 8L Sound and Hearing

7I Energy and Sustainable Living 7J Electrical Circuits 7K Forces and their Effects 7L Observing the Sky

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Chemistry 9E Building for the Future 9F Sculpture Park 9G Cleaning Up 9H Flying Materials

Physics 9I Buying Energy 9J Satellites and Space 9K Record Breakers 9L Dam It! Refresher Units

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Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8

Longman 11-14 Biology, Chemistry & Physics Motivate, challenge and stretch able pupils Designed specifically to motivate high attainers, these latest editions of Longman 11-14 provide an academic, rigorous and in-depth approach to science.

Pupil Books Fully updated to give 11-14 year olds the best preparation for GCSE, the Edexcel International GCSE or the Cambridge IGCSE, as well as satisfying the UK Key Stage 3 Programme of Study, these Pupil Books: Engage and challenge your more able pupils with an academic, rigorous and in-depth approach. Reflect the knowledge and skills pupils will need to demonstrate at GCSE and IGCSE/ International GCSE to facilitate seamless progression. Allow you to embed as much or as little How Science Works as you need. Content organised into chapters not spreads, so pupils are not limited by the format.

Pupil Worksheet

Sample pages from Longman Biology 11-14: Pupil Book

In-depth approach to the content motivates and challenges more able pupils.

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Ramped questions reinforce, consolidate and extend learning.


Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8 Practical and Assessment Teacher Packs Full of time-saving resources for you and your technicians, these new Practical and Assessment Teacher Packs include classwork and homework activities, teacher plans, and an array of assessment materials to help you effectively track your pupils’ progress. End-of-chapter tests at two ability tiers, progression ladders and quick-fire questions allow for self-assessment. Flexible long-term plans help you to deliver the course over two or three years. Extension materials cater for the very able.

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End of section tests at two ability tiers help you easily assess your pupils.

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Topic worksheets with lots of questions encourage pupils to explore the subject further and consolidate learning.

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Language Central for Science ©2011

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Language Central for Science helps ELLs and struggling students to develop the academic vocabulary necessary to master science. Language Central for Science is designed to directly address the issue of learning science vocabulary and to reinforce the instruction given in the science classroom.

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Language Central for Science is research-based and classroom-tested. Built by a team of ESL and content area teachers, it is full of rich exposure to vocabulary. The program embodies the five principles for teaching English language learners:

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also available! Also available for Grades 3-5!

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Student Edition + Teacher Edition Bundle

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(10 Student Editions + 1 Teacher Edition) Earth Bundle Grade 6/8 Life Bundle Grade 6/8 Physical Bundle Grade 6/8

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Flexible and Topic-Based:

Prevention over Intervention:

. . . a supplemental program of micro-modules that works with any Math or Science program out in the market. One hour per week OR 15 minutes per day, completes each 4-page lesson.

. . . supports students’ language learning before intervention is needed. Brief, diagnostic checks, combined with leveled, scaffolded tasks keep students on track.

Affordable: . . . very affordable, when either purchased individually or as and we also offer Student and Teacher’s Edition bundles

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Collaborative Professional Development: . . . a bridge between ELL and content area professionals, providing shared curriculum. It is organized by topics, within a “teach-whatyou-need” design, with 24-27 lessons per year. It does not require a math or science background.


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SCIENCE • TECHNOLOGY • ENGINEERING • MATHEMATICS

Designing Roller Coasters

Project STEM ©2012 new! Today’s Students...Tomorrow’s Innovators! Project STEM provides research-based materials that make it easy for you to integrate Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) seamlessly into existing curricula and instruction. Continuing on from the 12 Project STEM topics available for grades K-5, Project STEM 6-8 works with any middle grades science program. The six topics cover Life, Earth, and Physical sciences and illustrate how the four STEM areas are connected through hands-on labs, projects, and background materials.

SCIENCE • TECHNOLOGY • ENGINEERING • MATHEMATICS

Designing SCIENCE • TECHNOLOGY • ENGINEERING • MATHEMATICS

Prosthetic Devices

Seamlessly integrates STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) into your existing curricula— with program guides that eliminate the guesswork and provide all the needed support. Gives students a chance to practice innovation and teamwork through project-based learning, preparing them for a broader array of career options. Provides regular opportunities for students to practice scientific inquiry along with the engineering design process.

SCIENCE • TECHNOLOGY • ENGINEERING • MATHEMATICS

Improves students’ critical thinking skills as well as their ability to think creatively.

Components at a glance Each topic is supported by the following components: • Student Edition • Teacher Edition • Hands-on Material Kit

Topics covered at grades 6–8 Building for Earthquakes Building Space Vehicles Designing Prosthetics Designing Rollercoasters Designing a Water Purification System Designing Eco-friendly Dams

The Big Question at the start of each module captures students’ attention based on the topic of the booklet.

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Sample pages from Project STEM Building for Earthquakes & Designing Space Vehicles Student Edition


Ages 11-14 • UK Years 7-9 • US Grades 6-8

SCIENCE • TECHNOLOGY • ENGINEERING • MATHEMATICS

Building For Earthquakes

Simplifies and supports integrated planning The integrated curriculum infuses reading, writing, and math practice with scientific inquiry and the engineering design process. Teachers can actually save time in their instruction by supporting the Common Core curriculum in this project based approach.

Develops confident, critical thinkers Students’ natural interests in science and engineering blossom through both real-world engineering design problems and hands-on inquiry. The activities and assessments promote higher-order, critical thinking skills that will result in improved student performance.

SCIENCE • TECHNOLOGY • ENGINEERING • MATHEMATICS

Empowers teachers What’s online?

Through confidence-building professional development and the project-based instructional approach, Pearson Project STEM empowers teachers to raise expectations and improve student performance. In an area where teachers often lack training and confidence, Project STEM guides and supports teachers in developing the tools and confidence they need to be successful.

STEM Connections give students a chance to practice innovation and teamwork through project-based learning, preparing them for a broader array of career options.

Sample pages from Project STEM Rollercoaster Design Materials Kit

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Go Science! Motivation • Progression • Success Designed to grab your pupils’ attention, Go Science! ensures your pupils are motivated and engaged, are working at the right level, and understand how to keep progressing. Best Science Lessons Ever to motivate and excite your pupils. How Science Works integrated throughout the course to engage pupils and help with the progression.

What’s online?

A personalised approach to learning, with levelled questions and activities that provide measurable progression.

Components at a glance Year 7

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Pupil Books Teacher Planning & Resource Pack and CD-ROM Online Assessment Teacher LiveText plus 35 FREE pupil CD-ROMs

Pupil Books Teacher Planning & Resource Pack and CD-ROM Online Assessment Teacher LiveText plus 35 FREE pupil CD-ROMs

Pupil Books Teacher Planning & Resource Pack and CD-ROM Online Assessment Teacher LiveText plus 35 FREE pupil CD-ROMs

Other resources: Assessing Pupils’ Progress Teacher Pack Video Gallery

AGS Globe Earth Science & AGS Globe Physical Science 2012 Engage striving learners Student-friendly programs using STEM integrations and real-world examples to show students the relevance of science in their daily lives Comprehensive coverage of skills and concepts Concise and motivating lessons at a 4th-grade reading level

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Ages 11-18 • UK Years 7-13 • US Grades 6-12 now

Online Learning Exchange ©2013 available! What’s online?

Our Content, Your Content, All in One Place Online Learning Exchange offers you an environment where high-quality content combined with flexible tools enable you to exchange ideas, collaborate, and enhance your teaching and improve your students’ learning experience.

also supports Also supports High School teaching! See page 61

learn more OLE is evolving and growing! Visit onlinelearningexchange. com often to access new materials, preview updates, and explore pilot opportunities.

also available Also available for Music, Social Studies and History

Build and assign lessons using Middle School materials. Share and discuss your latest work. Manage and track assignments, monitor progress and moderate class discussion.

Middle grades science With OLE science for grades 6–8, you’ll have thousands of teaching and learning resources to supplement your middle grades science curriculum - whether it is spiraled, integrated, or divided into discrete life, earth, and physical science courses. The Life Science, Earth Science, and Physical Science libraries contain videos, animations, and interactive activities that will engage your students in the content and spark their intellectual curiosity. Assessments and corresponding teacher support for each topic are fully editable, enabling you to personalize questions for all situations and abilities. Life Science From plants and animals to genetics and ecosystems, the Life Science library provides full support for science process and inquiry and helps your students make real-world connections to life science. Earth Science From minerals and plate tectonics to GIS maps and the solar system, the Earth Science library provides full support for science processes and inquiry and helps your students make real-world connections to earth science.

“With OLE’s “Build” feature, I can incorporate material I have with material from OLE. This feature is really nice because I can keep it all right there!”

Physical Science From matter and light to compounds and reactions, the Physical Science library provides full support for science process and inquiry and helps your students make real-world connections to physical science.

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Upload your own content Have your own materials to include? No problem—you can upload your content to supplement ours, creating a lesson that seamlessly fits your teaching style.

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Science Navigator® ©2011

now available!

Promote scientific inquiry and develop process skills Fosters an active engagement in science through scientific investigation Deepens student learning using inquiry-based lessons Develops process skills and comprehension of complex text Science Navigator® comprises three modules: Energy Foundations, Energy in Living Systems and Energy in Physical Systems.

See page 40 to find out more about Science Navigator®

Pearson Science The most comprehensive and accessible science series written specifically for the Australian Curriculum A suite of printed and digital products that provides complete and integrated coverage of the three strands: Science Inquiry Skills, Science as a Human Endeavour and Science Understanding. Student-friendly content and layout to engage all students Content written by teachers for ‘classroom ready’ guarantee Carefully aligned to meet all demands from the Australian Curriculum for Science

See pages 38-39 to find out more about Pearson Science

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Ages 14-16 • UK Years 10-11 • US Grades 9-10

Prentice Hall Physical Science: Concepts in Action ©2011 Physical Science made more relevant than ever

What’s online?

Prentice Hall Physical Science: Conepts in Action helps students make the important connection between the science they read and what they experience every day. Relevant content, lively explorations, and a wealth of hands-on activities take students’ understanding of science beyond the page and into the world around them. Now includes even more technology, tools and activities to support differentiated instruction. Puts science in the context of students’ lives to make science meaningful. Exclusive partnership with Discovery Channel School brings exciting video content to every chapter. Strong math and reading support helps students master the basics and achieve success. The Interactive Textbook enables access to the complete interactive student edition - both online and on CD-ROM.

Components at a glance Student Resources

Teacher Resources

Student Edition Student Edition with Earth and Space Science Student Edition and Lab Manual Student Edition with Earth and Space Science and Lab Manual Student Edition and Reading and Study Workbook A Student Edition with Earth and Space Science and Reading and Study Workbook A Student Edition and Reading and Study Workbook B Student Edition with Earth and Space Science and Reading and Study Workbook B Guided Reading and Study Workbook A Guided Reading and Study Workbook B Math Skills and Problem Solving Workbook Laboratory Manual, Student Edition StudentEXPRESS CD-ROM Interactive Textbook 6 year Online Access Virtual Physical Science Lab CD-ROM Single-User Version

Teacher’s Edition Teacher’s Edition with Earth and Space Science Easy Planner (with Earth and Space Science) Guided Reading and Study Workbook Teacher’s Edition A Guided Reading and Study Workbook Teacher’s Edition B Math Skills and Problem Solving Workbook Answer Key ExamView Computer Test Bank and Assessment CD-ROM Chapter and Unit Tests Standardized Test Prep Probeware Lab Manual with CDROM Standardized Test Prep Blackline Masters Standardized Test Prep Workbook Standardized Test Prep Test-Taking tips with Transparencies Standardized Test Prep Color transparencies Laboratory Manual, annotated Teacher’s Edition PresentationEXPRESS CD-ROM TeacherEXPRESS CD-ROM Teacher Online Access Pack Virtual Physical Science Lab CD-ROM Site License Spanish Resources also available

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Ages 14-16 • UK Years 10-11 • US Grades 9-10

Miller & Levine Biology ©2010 A new kind of program for a changing classroom Miller & Levine Biology allows you to communicate your love of science to your students in a way that will engage them and offer support for every type of learner. Unique to the program are robust options to match your students’ learning styles as well as your teaching style!

Comprehensive On-Level Program What’s online?

coming soon New 2014 edition Including: ●

Spotlight features on the Next Generation Science Framework 3 domains: Scientific and Engineering Practices, Crosscutting Concepts, and Disciplinary Core Ideas. ELA Common Core Standards for Science Alignments and Activities at point-of-use. The latest scientific research and content updates to keep you connected to the changing world of biology education.

The respected author team of Ken Miller and Joe Levine are back with a new edition to inspire students to interact with trusted and up-to-date biology content. The authors’ unique storytelling style engages students in biology, with a greater focus on written and visual analogies. Updated with an emphasis on meeting standards and exceeding expectations! Inspire students to interact with the most relevant biology content—in the classroom, in their textbook, and at Miller & Levine Biology’s exclusive digital support center—Biology.com. The Teacher’s Edition includes: Teaching strategies for each lesson, supported by Grant Wiggins’ Understanding by Design framework. Wrap-around notes including enhanced strategies for English Language Learners, less proficient readers, and advanced learners. Chapter Planning Guides with Activities and Program Resources, conveniently labelled with levels of difficulty.

Components at a glance Reading Support

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Technology

Student Edition + Biology.com 6-year Student License Miller & Levine Biology Student Edition and Biology.comPLUS 6-year Student License Miller & Levine Teacher’s Edition Study Workbook Study Workbook A Teacher Edition Study Workbook B: Reading Foundations Study Workbook B Teacher Edition

Laboratory Manual A Laboratory Manual A: Teacher Edition Laboratory Manual B: Skill Foundations Laboratory Manual B: Teacher Edition Probware Lab Manual with CD-ROM

ExamView® CD-ROM Untamed Science DVD Classroom Resources DVD-ROM

Teacher Resources Assessment Resource Transparencies

ELL Support Multilingual Glossary ELL Handbook

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Spanish Components Spanish Student Edition + Biology. com 6-year Student License Spanish Teacher Guide Study Workbook Spanish


Ages 14-16 • UK Years 10-11 • US Grades 9-10 Personalized Solutions to Fit Your Classroom: Struggling Learners Program Foundation Edition: Miller & Levine Biology A great option for low-level and ELL classrooms, with digital support at Biology.com. Authors Ken Miller and Joe Levine deliver the same trusted, relevant content in more accessible ways. Written at a lower grade level with a reduced page count, the text offers additional, embedded reading support to make biology come alive for struggling learners. Foundations for Learning reading strategies provide the tools to make content accessible for all of your students.

Concise Textbook with Expanded Online Support Core Edition: Miller & Levine Biology

Looking for even more digital support? Upgrade to Biology.com PLUS for premium digital add-ons.

A more concise textbook and a complete online program offer you an environmentally friendly way to teach biology. The Core Edition, which covers the general high school biology curriculum, is supported by digital content on Biology.com. These ground-breaking online resources allow full flexibility of scope and sequence to meet your standards! Units included: The Nature of Life, Ecology, Cells, Genetics, Evolution

Complete Online Program Biology.com and Biology.com PLUS Featuring the latest in digital instructional technology, Biology.com provides a pedagogically relevant interface for your biology classroom. Taking the latest in biology content from the trusted author team of Ken Miller and Joe Levine, Biology.com can be used as the robust digital support for your Miller & Levine Biology program, or as a stand-alone digital course.

Biology.com (powered by Pearson SuccessNet) offers you: “This book is the perfect example of the constructivist approach to teaching and learning. The case study readings and mystery case of each chapter help students activate prior knowledge, develops problem-solving skills and fosters deep understanding of concepts. The teaching sequence is clear and complete, guiding students to create conceptual networks.” M.E.C. Juan Gerardo Barrera Salcido Universidadautónoma De Nuevo León, Mexico

Complete Student Edition online textbook with audio Author updates Untamed Science videos Lesson review presentations Editable worksheets Test prep, online assessment and remediation Games, animations and simulations Complete Teacher’s Guide Interactive study guides Chapter mysteries from the textbook

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Biology.comPLUS (powered by PSN) offers you: All the great offerings from Biology.com AND: Virtual Bio Lab online Monthly author updates

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AGS Globe Earth Science ©2012 new! and AGS Globe Physical Science ©2012 Engage striving learners This student-friendly program uses STEM integrations and real-world examples that show students the relevance of science in their daily lives, while providing comprehensive coverage of skills and concepts. Concise lessons motivate learners at a 4th-grade reading level, allowing them to concentrate on learning the content.

Components at a glance

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AGS Globe Earth Science

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For Students

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Student Edition Student Workbook Lab Manual Study Workbook Student Edition

Student Edition Student Workbook Lab Manual

For Teachers

For Teachers

Teacher’s Edition† Student Workbook, Answer Key† Lab Manual, Answer Key† Study Workbook, Teacher’s Edition†

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Section B: Some Essential Background Chemistry Chapter 10: Making Salts

You should now be able to:

The importance of knowing whether a salt is soluble or insoluble in water You will remember that acids react with carbonates to give a salt, carbon dioxide and water. In the case of calcium carbonate (for example, marble chips) reacting with dilute hydrochloric acid, calcium chloride solution is produced. CaCO3(s) + 2HCl(aq) → CaCl2(aq) + CO2(g) + H2O(l)

✓ know which salts are soluble and which are insoluble in water ✓ give practical details of how you would make a pure, dry sample of a salt from the reaction

This chapter looks at some of the practical problems in making pure samples of salts in the lab. Remember that a salt is what is formed when the hydrogen in an acid is replaced by a metal. For example, sulfates come from sulfuric acid, chlorides from hydrochloric acid, and nitrates from nitric acid.

titration method

✓ describe how to make pure, dry samples of insoluble salts using precipitation reactions ✓ write ionic equations for precipitation reactions. Chapter 10: Making Salts

If you try the reaction between calcium carbonate and dilute sulfuric acid, nothing much seems to happen if you use large marble chips. You will get a few bubbles when you first add the acid, but the reaction soon stops.

between a suitable solid (metal, metal oxide, metal hydroxide or metal carbonate) and an acid

✓ know which salts can be made by this method ✓ describe how to make pure, dry samples of sodium, potassium or ammonium salts using a

Chapter 10: Making Salts

Soluble and insoluble salts

Questions 1 Sort the following compounds into two lists – those that are soluble in water, and those that are insoluble. sodium chloride, lead(II) sulfate, zinc nitrate, calcium carbonate, iron(III) sulfate, lead(II) chloride, potassium sulfate, copper(II) carbonate, silver chloride, aluminium nitrate, barium sulfate, ammonium chloride, magnesium nitrate, calcium sulfate, sodium phosphate, nickel(II) carbonate, chromium(III) hydroxide, potassium dichromate(VI) 2 a) Describe in detail the preparation of a pure, dry sample of copper(II) sulfate crystals, CuSO4⋅5H2O, starting from copper(II) oxide.

Figure 10.1 Calcium carbonate reacting with dilute hydrochloric acid.

The problem is that the calcium sulfate produced in the reaction is almost insoluble in water. As soon as the reaction starts, a layer of calcium sulfate is formed around the calcium carbonate, stopping any further reaction. layer of insoluble calcium sulphate acid particles can’t get at the calcium carbonate

b) Write full equations for (i) the reaction producing copper(II) sulfate solution, (ii) the crystallisation reaction.

Figure 10.2 Calcium carbonate not reacting with dilute sulfuric acid.

original calcium carbonate

Figure 10.3 The reaction between calcium carbonate and sulfuric acid.

Any attempt to produce an insoluble salt from the reaction between a solid and a liquid will fail for this reason.

4 Suggest solutions that could be mixed together to make each of the following insoluble salts. In each case, write the ionic equation for the reaction you choose. a) silver chloride b) calcium carbonate c) lead(II) sulfate d) lead(II) chloride 5 Describe in detail the preparation of a pure, dry sample of barium carbonate. Write the ionic equation for the reaction you use. 6 There are three main methods of making salts:

3 a) Read the following description of a method for making sodium sulfate crystals, Na2SO4⋅10H2O, and then explain the reasons for each of the underlined phrases or sentences.

You may have noticed that the bottle in the right-hand photograph is labelled as ‘sulphuric acid’ rather than ‘sulfuric acid’. You must expect to come across both versions of this name. ‘Sulphuric’ is the traditional English spelling.

25 cm3 of sodium carbonate solution was transferred to a conical flask using a pipette, and a few drops of methyl orange were added. Dilute sulfuric acid was run in from a burette until the solution became orange. The volume of acid added was noted. That same volume of dilute sulfuric acid was added to a fresh 25 cm3 sample of sodium carbonate solution in a clean flask, but without the methyl orange. The mixture was evaporated until a sample taken on the end of a glass rod crystallised on cooling in the air. The solution was left to cool. The crystals formed were separated from the remaining solution and dried.

How quickly the reaction stops may well depend on the size of the marble chips (because that affects the surface area), the concentration of the acid, the volume of acid added, and the amount the flask is shaken. This would make an interesting investigation – particularly if you could then explain any pattern in your results.

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A reacting an acid with an excess of a suitable solid B using a titration C using a precipitation reaction. For each of the following salts, write down the letter of the appropriate method, and name the substances you would react together. You should state whether they are used as solids or solutions. Write an equation (full or ionic as appropriate) for each reaction. a) zinc sulfate b) barium sulfate c) potassium nitrate (nitric acid is HNO3) d) copper(II) nitrate e) lead(II) chromate(VI) (a bright yellow insoluble solid; chromate(VI) ions have the formula CrO42–).

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The power of an appliance (P) tells you how much energy it converts each second. This means that the total energy (E) converted by an appliance is equal to its power multiplied by the length of time (in seconds) the appliance is being used. energy, E (in joules) = power, P (in watts) × time, t (in seconds) E=P×t

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With the switch open and connected into the live wire, the appliance is ‘isolated’. The user is safe from electric shock.

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Switches in mains circuits should always be included in the live wire so that when the switch is open no electrical energy can reach an appliance. If the switch is included in the neutral wire, electrical energy can still enter an appliance, and could possibly cause an electric shock (Figure 7.10).

When the switch is connected into the neutral wire, the appliance is not ‘isolated’. The user is not safe from electric shock.

P = 3 A × 230 V

I = 4.3 A

Switches Figure 7.9 This plastic kettle has double insulation which means that there is no need for an earth wire.

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current passes through earth wire rather than user – fuse blows before person touches kettle

Fig_0308_A Figure 7.8 The earth wire provides protection when electrical appliances develop a fault.

If a 230 V television takes a current of 3 A, calculate its power.

Calculate the correct fuse that should be used for a 230 V, 1 kW electric hair dryer (1k W = 1000 W).

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Alternating current and direct current The mains electricity supply provides alternating current (ac), which means that the flow of electricity is constantly changing direction. This is because of the way that electricity generators work – you will find out more about this in Chapter 22. Cells and batteries provide direct current (dc), where the current is always in the same direction. Figure 7.15 shows how the voltage of an ac supply compares with a dc supply.

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DNA REPLICATION

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DNA replication

Figure 3.13 The first step of DNA replication is helicase unzipping the doublestranded DNA molecule forming a section with two single strands.

Assessment statements 3.4.1

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Interesting fact Helicase may catalyse the unzipping of DNA at a rate measured in hundreds of base pairs per second.

Key Fact DNA must replicate before any cell divides. This means that DNA replication precedes binary fission for prokayotes, mitosis for many eukaryotic cells and meiosis for eukaryotic gamete producing cells.

Explain DNA replication in terms of unwinding the double helix and separation of the strands by helicase, followed by formation of the new complementary strands by DNA polymerase. Explain the significance of complementary base pairing in the conservation of the base sequence of DNA. State that DNA replication is semiconservative.

DNA replication involves ‘unzipping’ Cells must prepare for a cell division by doubling the DNA content of the cell in a process called DNA replication. This process doubles the quantity of DNA and also ensures that there is an exact copy of each DNA molecule. You should try to picture the environment in which the DNA is actually replicating. This is the environment of the nucleus during interphase of the cell cycle. During interphase, there is a nuclear membrane which separates the fluid of the nucleus (nucleoplasm) from the cytoplasm. The DNA is in the form of chromatin (not tightly coiled chromosomes). Among the variety of molecules present in the nucleoplasm there are two types that are particularly important for the process of DNA replication; they are: enzymes needed for replication – these include helicase and a group of enzymes collectively called DNA polymerase; free nucleotides – these are nucleotides that are not yet bonded and are found floating freely in the nucleoplasm, some contain adenine, some thymine, some cytosine and some guanine. One of the early events of DNA replication is the separation of the double helix into two single strands. You should remember that the double helix is held together by the hydrogen bonds between complementary base pairs (A and T, C and G). The enzyme that initiates this separation into two single strands is called helicase. Helicase begins at a point in or at the end of a DNA molecule and moves one complementary base pair at a time, breaking the hydrogen bonds so the double-stranded DNA molecule becomes two separate strands.

Helicase (currently at about the half-way point in this image) would have started on the left and be moving towards the right.

The unpaired nucleotides on each of these single strands can now be used as a template to help create two double-stranded DNA molecules identical to the original. Some people use the analogy of a zipper for this process. When you pull on a zipper, the slide mechanism is like helicase. The separation of the two sides of the DNA molecule are like the two opened sides of a zipper (see Figure 13).

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Significance of complementary base pairing The pattern of DNA replication ensures that two identical copies of DNA are produced from one. Figure 14 illustrates a very small section of DNA replicating. Notice that in the area where replication has already taken place, the two strands are absolutely identical to each other. This is because the original double– stranded molecule had complementary pairs of nucleotides and it was the complementary nucleotides that used the unzipped single-stranded areas as templates. This also means that no DNA molecule is ever completely new. Every DNA molecule after replication consists of a strand that was ‘old’ now paired with a strand that is ‘new’. DNA replication is described as a semiconservative process because half of a pre-existing DNA molecule is always conserved (saved).

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