This write-in workbook with digital access is the perfect companion to the coursebook. Learners have the opportunity to practise their essential science skills, including data presentation and analysis, consolidate their understanding, and apply their learning to new situations. Exercises are structured into three levels of increasing complexity: ‘focus, practice, and challenge’. They first develop learners’ foundation skills, consolidate these skills through practice and then target higher-order thinking skills. As an exercise progresses, the amount of support is also reduced, enabling students to become confident, responsible learners. Answers to all questions and exercises can be found online at www.cambridge.org/go.
Table of contents 1. Characteristics and classification of living organisms 2. Cells 3. Movement into and out of the cell 4. Biological molecules 5. Enzymes 6. Plant nutrition 7. Human nutrition 8. Transport in plants 9. Transport in animals 10. Disease and immunity 11. Respiration and gas exchange 12. Coordination and response 13. Excretion and homeostasis 14. Reproduction in plants 15. Reproduction in humans 16. Chromosomes, genes and proteins 17. Variation and selection 18. Organisms and their environment 19. Human influences on ecosystems 20. Biotechnology and genetic modification.