Hodder Cambridge Primary Science Learner's Book 2

by Deborah Herridge


Endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

Support students in mastering the ideas and skills needed to proceed successfully through the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework with a wide range of activities and investigations to help you deliver the science mastery approach.

- Establish previous knowledge, skills and understanding of concepts through engaging activities at the start of each unit
- Determine whether students have properly mastered the objectives for each unit with investigations and recap activities at the end
- Expand vocabulary and understanding with key scientific words to learn and practice
- Encourage peer assessment with talk partner activities throughout
- Inspire students to predict and question outcomes and concepts with investigations that demonstrate and test key scientific points
- Evaluate learning with a self-assessment checklist at the end of each unit and a practice test at the end of each chapter for summative assessment purposes

  • Hodder Education; July 2017
  • ISBN: 9781471883842
  • Read online, or download in secure PDF format
  • Title: Hodder Cambridge Primary Science Learner's Book 2
  • Author: Deborah Herridge
  • Imprint: Hodder Education

About The Author

Deborah Herridge is a Senior Lecturer and Primary Science Education Leader for Initial Teacher Education at the University of Northumbria in Newcastle. She is a primary teacher who has successfully led science provision in schools both in the UK and in British International schools abroad.
Deborah achieved national recognition as the CPD leader at Science Learning Centre North East where she featured in the Teachers TV series 'Inspirational CPD'. She led a dedicated team providing high quality science professional development for teachers throughout England and beyond, leading professional development nationally in Early Years and Outdoor Education. Deborah continues to develop and lead CPD in a number of Universities in the UK, in schools, with Local Authorities and across the network of Science Learning Centres.
Deborah has written numerous books, articles and developed schemes of work in primary science and curricula for the UK and abroad. She is a member of the National Advisors and Inspectors Group for Science and an advisor to the UK governmenton educational resources and curriculum. A Chartered Science Teacher and long-term member of the Royal Institution, Deborah contributes regularly to the popular education press and 'Primary Science' the Journal of the Association for Science Education.