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By Jenny Sharwood, Katrina Mitchell, Zahara Delgado Scott, Julie Hall-Lavorgna, Annie Termaat

Biology 4/5 for the overseas pupil has been built for the area pupil. This six booklet sequence has been written through an skilled overseas writer workforce and should gain scholars learning the foreign Baccalaureate MYP. The sequence has been rigorously crafted to make sure scholars enhance an international view of science.

Biology 4/5 for the overseas scholar offers 8 biology devices. The unit query, major thoughts and quarter of interplay concentration are pointed out at first of every unit.
Each unit features:
• content material making sure development to the IB degree programme
• transparent, well-explained text
• flexibility that permits faculties to improve a programme compatible for his or her needs
• review initiatives identified
• scholar mirrored image outfitted into each one unit
• innovative improvement of clinical inquiry via experiments and investigations addressing standards D and E
• feedback for Criterion A technological know-how activities
• icons indicating the advance of ways To studying, Learner Profile and technology particular skills
• What have you learnt? query units all through each one unit addressing Criterion C
• highlighted new phrases and end-of-unit glossary
• hands-on studying actions appropriate for sophistication or home
• literacy actions helping scholars in constructing verbal exchange skills
• end-of-unit assessment questions incorporating more than a few query forms appropriate for evaluate of Criterion C

An interactive scholar CD-ROM is packaged with each direction e-book. The CD-ROM contains:
• an digital model of the path book
• Let's use expertise actions and worksheets
• brief animations to aid pupil knowing of inauspicious concepts
• interactive pupil self-tests
• hyperlinks to paintings on the internet actions

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Where did the species come from? • Into which area has it been introduced? • What impact has the species had on the native ecosystem? • What efforts have been made to control the negative effects of the introduced species? Present this information as a poster or multimedia presentation. Remember to reference your information in a bibliography. sKills Rules for writing a bibliography Books 1 Author’s surname, initials. 2 (Year). 3 Title. 4 Publisher, 5 Place of publication. For example: Smith, J.

For example, one part interprets motion, another part colour, and so on. In other words, your brain really does your viewing for you. If this were not the case, the images that come through your eyes would make no sense at all! wow! Rats’ brains It is hard to believe, but a rat’s cerebellum is not very different from a human cerebellum. However, where rats differ is that their brains consist mostly of their cerebellum, whereas the cerebellum is only a small part of the human brain. 9 An MRI of a human brain at work MRI Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses radio waves emitted by hydrogen atoms to produce high-resolution images of the body.

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