Oxford International Primary Science: Workbook 3

Author: Terry Hudson

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Page: 96

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Oxford International Primary Science is a complete six-year primary science course that takes an enquiry-based approach to learning about science, engaging students in the topics through asking questions that make them think, and activities that encourage them to explore, discover and practise.
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Oxford International Primary Science, Stage 3

Author: Alan Haigh

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 144

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Oxford International Primary Science takes an enquiry-based approach to learning, engaging students in the topics through asking questions that make them think and activities that encourage them to explore and practise. As students progress through the course, they not only learn about science but how to think like a scientist. They learn the language of scientific enquiry, for example the meaning of observe and predict mean in a scientific context, as well as the important key words for talking about a topic. The topics are explored in careful stages, introducing different aspects at a pace that allows students to absorb and practise what they have learned. Photos, illustrations and diagrams are used to help students explore and understand, and the language is clear and easy for primary children to understand. For the teacher, the Teacher's Guides provide step-by-step notes for each lesson, guiding students through the topic, and supporting students with their language development when needed We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of Oxford International Primary Science
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Oxford International Primary History: Student Book 3 eBook: Oxford International Primary History Student Book 3 eBook

Author: Aaron Wilkes

Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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This complete six year primary history course develops inquisitive and engaged learners through a six-year primary history course. Helping students contextualise historical events, it provides a firm foundation to analyse both local and international history. It is based on the English National Curriculum and maintains an international focus. · Follows an enquiry-based approach and focuses on historical skills and knowledge · Carefully selected topics engage students with a mix of international and local history · Helps students refine literacy and language skills with specific considerations for EAL students · The Student Books, Workbooks and Teacher's Guide provide differentiated activities to meet the wide range of needs in your classroom · Offers a structured syllabus which follows the 2014 English National Curriculum with a focus on world history · Step-by-step teaching plans are available in the Teacher's Guide
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Oxford International Primary Science, Stage 1

Author: Alan Haigh

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 112

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Oxford International Primary Science takes an enquiry-based approach to learning, engaging students in the topics through asking questions that make them think and activities that encourage them to explore and practise. As students progress through the course, they not only learn about science but how to think like a scientist. They learn the language of scientific enquiry, for example the meaning of observe and predict mean in a scientific context, as well as the important key words for talking about a topic. The topics are explored in careful stages, introducing different aspects at a pace that allows students to absorb and practise what they have learned. Photos, illustrations and diagrams are used to help students explore and understand, and the language is clear and easy for primary children to understand. For the teacher, the Teacher's Guides provide step-by-step notes for each lesson, guiding students through the topic, and supporting students with their language development when needed We are working with Cambridge International Examinations towards endorsement of Oxford International Primary Science
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Oxford International Primary History: Student Book 5 eBook: Oxford International Primary History Student Book 5 eBook

Author: Helen Crawford

Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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This complete six year primary history course develops inquisitive and engaged learners through a six-year primary history course. Helping students contextualise historical events, it provides a firm foundation to analyse both local and international history. It is based on the English National Curriculum and maintains an international focus. · Follows an enquiry-based approach and focuses on historical skills and knowledge · Carefully selected topics engage students with a mix of international and local history · Helps students refine literacy and language skills with specific considerations for EAL students · The Student Books, Workbooks and Teacher's Guide provide differentiated activities to meet the wide range of needs in your classroom · Offers a structured syllabus which follows the 2014 English National Curriculum with a focus on world history · Step-by-step teaching plans are available in the Teacher's Guide
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Oxford International Primary Computing: Student Book 5: Oxford International Primary Computing: Student Book 5

Author: Howard Lincoln

Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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A complete six-year primary computing course that takes a real-life, project-based approach to teaching young learners the vital computing skills they will need for the digital world. Each unit builds a series of skills towards the creation of a final project, with topics ranging from designing your own robot to programming simple games and designing and creating web pages. Within each stage, key concepts are covered to give learners not only the skills they need to use technology effectively, but also the knowledge in how to do so creatively, safely and collaboratively: · Understand how modern technology works · Use a wide range of computer hardware and software for analytical and creative tasks · Use the internet safely, respectfully, and selectively · Write computer programs and develop computational thinking
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Oxford International Primary Computing: Student Book 4: Oxford International Primary Computing: Student Book 4

Author: Howard Lincoln

Publisher: Oxford University Press - Children

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Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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A complete six-year primary computing course that takes a real-life, project-based approach to teaching young learners the vital computing skills they will need for the digital world. Each unit builds a series of skills towards the creation of a final project, with topics ranging from designing your own robot to programming simple games and designing and creating web pages. Within each stage, key concepts are covered to give learners not only the skills they need to use technology effectively, but also the knowledge in how to do so creatively, safely and collaboratively: · Understand how modern technology works · Use a wide range of computer hardware and software for analytical and creative tasks · Use the internet safely, respectfully, and selectively · Write computer programs and develop computational thinking