• Educational: IT & computing, ICT

      How to Dazzle at Information Technology

      by Ann Goodwin

      How to Dazzle at Information Technology contains over 40 photocopiable activities to help students learn about word processing, databases, desktop publishing and art packages. The sheets are aimed at Key Stage 3 (KS3) students. However, many of them could also be used with Key Stage 4 (KS4) slower learners. These practise tasks have been written in such a way that they can be performed only any suitable package, although are specific to Microsoft Word.

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Developing Literacy Skills Through Design & Technology.

      by Kate Faircliffe

      Design and Technology is the latest addition to the popular Developing Literacy Skills through range of titles, also covering History, Geography and Science. The series comprises of three titles covering Years 2 to 6 and is specifically designed to develop literacy skills using a range of engaging D&T tasks. Developing Literacy Skills through D&T provides an accessible, structured and comprehensive resource for the busy teacher.

    • Educational: Technology

      Lletygarwch Ac Arlwyo

      Ar Gyfer Tgau

      by Judy Gardiner

      Completely revised and updated for WJEC's new courses in GCSE Hospitality and Catering, this book is designed to support students throughout their study, coursework preparation and revision for final exams. A Welsh adaptation of WJEC Hospitality and Catering for GCSE.

    • Educational: Technology

      How to Be Brilliant at Materials

      by Winnie Wade

      How to be Brilliant at Materials contains 42 reproducible worksheets with practical activities to help Key Stage 2 (KS2) children acquire knowledge and understanding of the way materials are classified, how they can be changed, and ways of separating them. Topics include comparing soils, changing materials, the water cycle and energy efficiency.

    • Educational: Technology

      How to Be Brilliant at Electricity, Light & Sound

      by Winnie Wade

      How to be Brilliant at Electricity, Light and Sound contains 40 reproducible sheets for use with Key Stage 2 (KS2) children. These practical activities will help children to acquire knowledge and understanding of electrical circuits, the everyday effects of light and how we see, and how sounds are made. Topics include making switches, electricity pathways, Morse code, shadows, writing with mirrors, making a periscope, bottle musi and absorbing sounds.

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Developing Literacy Skills Through Design & Technology.

      by Kate Faircliffe

      Design and Technology is the latest addition to the popular Developing Literacy Skills through range of titles, also covering History, Geography and Science. The series comprises of three titles covering Years 2 to 6 and is specifically designed to develop literacy skills using a range of engaging D&T tasks. Developing Literacy Skills through D&T provides an accessible, structured and comprehensive resource for the busy teacher.

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Using Stories to Teach Ict.

      by Anita. Loughrey

    • Teaching of a specific subject

      Using Stories to Teach Ict.

      by Anita. Loughrey

    • Children's & YA

      Using Stories to Teach Ict

      Ages 5 & 6

      by Anita Loughrey

      This is the first of a series of ICT titles that are planned to offer a structured approach with the non-specialist in mind. Each book will examine the ICT skills needed in yeach year for word-processing, spreadsheets and databases, research and Internet access. - The ideas and activities will be linked to different subject areas of the curriculum, demonstrating how ICT can be used for all the new subjects areas: - - -

    • Food & Drink

      The New Manual In Patisserie And Confectionery

      by Ildo Nicolello, Maureen Nicolello

      The manual is specifically written for trainees to professional chefs and bakers, providing recipes and methods clearly written to help develop an understanding of basic and original new and old ideas. To be used in practical situation, kitchen, bakery, laboratories or at home. Yet to find another book with similar and concise information. Other books related to our subjects, are mainly printed with highly glossy photographs as the main objective, rather than practical recipes and methods accompanied with relevant theory and descriptive techniques. Please note: The new and updated edition is at present being proof read. Available; January 2013.

    • Food & Drink

      The New Manual In The Art Of Sugar Boiling

      by Ildo Nicolello, Maureen Nicolello

      The manual is specifically designed for trainees to professional chefs and confectioners, providing recipes and methods clearly written to help develop a understanding of basic and advanced original new and old ideas. To be used in practical situation, kitchen, bakeries, in laboratories or at home. Yet to find another book with similar concise information. Other books slightly related to sugar boiling work, are available, mainly from continental publishers, using very glossy formats, expensive and based for professional confectioners in mind.

    • Food & Drink

      The New Manual In Chocolate Confectionery

      by Ildo Nicolello, Maureen Nicolello

      This manual is designed for trainees and professional chefs, bakers and confectioners or for anyone with the interest in chocolate particularly including the house person. The text provides accurate recipes and methods for all requirements and the reader will find adequate information to assist and stimulate fuller understanding of their work in chocolate. Introducing a comprehensive understanding of the art in chocolate work, in its preparation and handling, including all related legislations, origin of chocolate, cocoa plantations, composition, health and nutrition hygiene, packaging & labelling, work, preparation, completion and presentation, of a product suitable for all occasions, including for the interest in staring your own business or working from home. Books in chocolate are very common, the competition is strong, but, as we are well recognised over the British Isles, we have no problems, as such, except for the cost as there any many cheap books available.

    • True stories (Children's/YA)
      September 2015

      Reese Has a Halloween Secret

      a true story of inclusion and self-determination

      by Jo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, Mary Birdsell

      Reese has an awesome secret. He has so much fun sharing clues with his friends. They have to wait until Halloween to discover his wonderful surprise. But it’s worth the wait! (Reese was born with a cancerous tumor on his spinal cord.)

    • True stories (Children's/YA)
      February 2016

      Reese tiene un secreto de Halloween

      Una historia real que promueva la inclusión y la autodeterminación

      by Jo Meserve Mach, Vera Lynne Stroup-Rentier, Mary Birdsell, Karen Diaz Anchante

      Reese tiene un secreto increíble. Él se divierte mucho dándole pistas a sus amigos. Ellos tienen que esperar hasta Halloween para descubrir su maravillosa sorpresa. ¡Pero la espera vale la pena!

    • Educational: Sciences, general science
      January 2016

      Space Science

      by Tim Harris

      Space Science describes the world outside of ours. It includes a map of the planets, a description of the beginning of the universe, and fact boxes and sidebars on the sun, other stars, the planets, and other topics. It outlines the history of our study of the heavens. All of this knowledge is enhanced with an easy-to-understand question and answer format.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Birds

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Reptiles

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Amphibians

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

    • Science & technology: general interest (Children's/YA)
      August 2016

      Insects and Spiders

      The Technology of Nature

      by Tom Jackson

      Animals have developed like remarkable machines, adapted to cope with highly specialist demands. The tiger’s claws, the snake’s dislocating jaws, the humming bird’s wings, the shark’s renewing teeth: this series explain how and why animals are perfectly suited to their purpose and to their environment. The series studies anatomy, dimensions, senses, body shape, materials and joints to show why animals are, in effect, the world’s most perfect machines.

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