This title is suitable for students doing the AS/A Level first year of the course. Students doing the full A-Level course will also require this title together with its companion title Cambridge International A Level Biology Year 2 Student Workbook Cambridge International Biology 2.
BIOZONE’s Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology Year 1 Student Workbook has been written for the Cambridge International AS and A Level Biology 9700 course (first examination 2016).
Clear diagrams, explanations, and targeted learning outcomes drawn from the specification content accompany a variety of questions and tasks to create an innovative resource that encourages achievement in students of all abilities.
Cambridge International Biology Student Workbooks are well suited for classroom or homework use, independent study, review, exam preparation, and extension.
- Advanced Practical Skills
- Cell Structure
- Biological Molecules
- Cell Membranes and Transport
- The Mitotic Cell Cycle
- Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis
- Transport in Plants
- Transport in Mammals
- Gas Exchange and Smoking
- Infectious Disease
|CIE Biology 1 - Features|
|Varied, Engaging Activities||Provide ample opportunity for students to explore and test their understanding of the specification content|
|Clear Specification Map||The workbook structure follows the specification, with a variety of engaging contexts providing relevance to today’s learners.|
|Scaffolded learning||The concept-based approach provides a scaffold for student learning. A wealth of illustrative examples support required content and build knowledge and skills.|
|Clear learning outcomes||Learning outcomes outline the knowledge and skills that students must acquire, with additional guidance as appropriate.|
|Scientific literacy||Confidence is developed through targeted activities.|
|Chapter Reviews||Student-generated chapter reviews provide opportunity for consolidation.|
|Unique Tab System||BIOZONE’s unique tab system identifies relevant online resources and connections to related concepts across the entire specification.|