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Pearson Chemistry Queensland 12 Student Book with eBook

By Nick Holmes, Erin Bruns, Chris Commons, Penny Commons, Bob Hogendoorn, Claire Hoffman, Juanita Jacobs, Richard John, Marguerite van der Klashorst, Allan Knight, Wendy Mercer, Djaisi Robinson
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ISBN
9781488619564
Published date
06/07/2019
 
 
 

Description

The best-practice literacy and instructional design supports all learners. A simple to navigate, predictable design enables ease of use. The high quality, relevant photos and illustrations assist the student understanding.

Each Student Book comes with eBook - the digital version of the student book, allowing easier access in and out of the classroom.

 

Reader+ is the home of your eBooks. It gives you more options, more flexibility and more control when it comes to the classroom materials you use. It comes with features like in-text note taking, bookmarking, highlighting, interactive videos, audio tools, presentation tools and more. 


It's all about giving teachers and learners more options and more opportunities to make progress in the classroom, and beyond. Click here to learn more.


How do I activate my eBook?

When you purchase your eBook, it will come with an access code. This code will be emailed to you. If you purchase a printed book with eBook, it will come with its eBook access code inside the cover.

To activate your code, you'll need to log in to pearsonplaces.com.au. If you don't have an account you will need to create one at pearsonplaces.com.au. Once you have logged into pearsonplaces.com.au click on the 'Add product' button in your bookshelf. Type in your 12 digit access code and click 'Verify product now.

For further help, download the 'How to activate my eBook' guide.

Product details
ISBN
 
9781488619564
Edition
 
1st
Published date
 
06/07/2019
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
420
Format
 
Table of contents
  • 1 Chemistry Skills and Assessment toolkit
  • Part A Working scientifically* (This chapter is digital-only in Reader+)
  • Part B Student experiment
  • Part C Research investigation
  • Part D Examination
  • Unit 3: Equilibrium, acids and redox reactions
  • 2 Chemical equilibrium
  • 3 Equilibrium in acid and base chemistry
  • 4 Volumetric analysis
  • 5 Redox reactions
  • 6 Galvanic cells as a source of energy
  • 7 Production of chemicals by electrolysis
  • Unit 3 Review
  • Unit 4: Structure, synthesis and design
  • 8 Structure and physical properties of organic compounds
  • 9 Chemical properties and reaction pathways
  • 10 Organic materials: structure and function
  • 11 Analysis of organic compounds
  • 12 Chemical synthesis
  • 13 Macromolecules: polymers, proteins and carbohydrates
  • 14 Molecular manufacturing
  • Unit 4 Review
Features & benefits
  • The all new Chapter 1 Skills and Assessment Toolkit is accessible via the Student Book Reader+ and provides guidance and advice on how to successfully prepare for and respond to all assessment tasks and skill requirements. Includes scaffolded support, examples and practice to prepare for responding to assessment requirements.
  • The Syllabus subject matter addressed in each chapter is clearly listed, along with any Science as a Human Endeavour features and Mandatory Practicals.
  • Module openers outline the key concepts and skills to be developed and link to the syllabus subject matter listed in the Chapter opener.
  • The SHE feature provides an opportunity for students to appreciate the development of science and its use and influence on society. The SHE features provide a segway into the development of claims and research questions for the Research Investigation.
  • Case studies provide opportunities to engage with current applications and research in Chemistry and address essential syllabus objectives beyond typical learning and understanding conventions. Case studies develop skills in analysing, interpreting, evaluating, decision-making and predicting. Skills are modelled for students in the case studies and then learning is applied in the case study review.
  • Highlight features focus students’ attention on important information such as key definitions, formulae and salient points.
  • Worked Examples use sequential steps of thinking and working to enhance student understanding of subject matter. Each Worked Example is followed by a Try Yourself task where students apply their learning to a mirrored problem. Fully worked solutions to all Try Yourself problems are available on Pearson Chemistry Queensland 12 Teacher Reader+
  • A Skillbuilder outlines a method or technique. Each is instructive and self-contained. Skillbuilders step students through the skill to support science application, required when analysing or utilising knowledge.
  • Each module concludes with a summary to help students consolidate the key points and concepts.
  • Key instructions are provided to test students’ understanding of concepts of the module. Tasks are carefully categorised under the relevant cognitive level; Retrieval, Comprehension, Analysis and are developed to assess the syllabus requirements.
  • Each chapter finishes with a list of key terms covered in the chapter and a set of tasks to test students’ abilities to apply the knowledge gained from the chapter.
  • Each Unit finishes with a comprehensive set of exam-style instructions, including multiple choice and extended response. These review tasks assist students to draw together their knowledge and understanding of the whole unit.
  • Key terms are shown in bold throughout the Student Book and are listed at the end of each chapter. A comprehensive glossary at the end of the book defines all the key terms. The glossary aligns with the syllabus context and includes the QCAA defined terminology.
  • Comprehensive answers and fully worked solutions for all module review tasks, Try Yourself, Science as a Human Endeavour, Case Studies, chapter reviews and Unit reviews are provided via the Teacher Reader+ eBook.
  • Icons make important links to relevant content within the student books and the Skills & Assessment Books.
Supplement URL
Visit the Pearson Queensland senior science landing page to discover more about this new series, access sample pages and request an inspection copy.