SACE1 Biology Workbook B (Australian Curriculum) – First Edition
Author/s: Alan Crierie, David Greig and Simon Ruthven
Available now - Essentials Education's Biology Workbooks for the SACE Stage 1 Biology integration of the Australian Curriculum, specifically designed for the South Australian requirements. The workbooks are in stock now, ready for students taking SACE Stage 1 Biology in 2017.
Written by very experienced authors and teachers Alan Crierie, David Greig and Simon Ruthven, these two workbooks (Workbook A and Workbook B) cover all of the content of the recently revised Year 11 (SACE Stage 1) Biology course in a series of chapters as outlined below. The workbooks are also available in a combined edition.
In addition to addressing the theoretical concepts required, these comprehensive workbooks also provide a variety of written exercises and activities. The appendix for each topic contains suggested answers for students and useful guidance for teachers. There is also a comprehensive glossary of important terms.
Workbook B includes:
Topic 3 Multicellular organisms
Chapter 3.1 The process of cellular differentiation
Chapter 3.2 Multicellular organisms have a hierarchical organisation
Chapter 3.3 Multicellular organisms exchange materials with their environment
Chapter 3.4 In plants gas exchange is facilitated in the leaf
Chapter 3.5 The digestive system in animals
Chapter 3.6 The excretory system in animals
Chapter 3.7 The circulatory system in animals
Chapter 3.8 The transpiration system in plants
Topic 4 Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics
Chapter 4.1 Biodiversity is the variety of all living things
Chapter 4.2 Biological classification indicates the relationship between organisms
Chapter 4.3 Organisms have adaptations
Chapter 4.4 Ecosystems can be diverse
Chapter 4.5 The biotic and abiotic components of ecosystems interact
Chapter 4.6 Ecosystems include populations that fill a specific ecological niche
Chapter 4.7 Ecosystems can change over time
Chapter 4.8 Humans have significant impacts on ecosystems and biodiversity