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SACE 1 Year 11

Biology Workbook A – Australian Curriculum

$35.00 inc. GST
SKU: 978-1-925505-00-9
Topics 1 & 2
First Edition
Year 11 Publication
ISBN: 978-1-925505-00-9
Authors:
  • Alan Crierie 
  • David Greig 
  • Simon Ruthven 
Pages:
233

The Essentials Workbooks and Key Ideas Textbooks are designed to support the teaching of SACE stage 1 and 2 subjects in South Australia.

Essentials Education’s Biology Workbooks for the SACE Stage 1 Biology integration of the Australian Curriculum are specifically designed for the South Australian requirements.

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. These books 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.

Appendices Sample

Workbook Topic Test Sample

Table of Contents

  • Topic 1: Cells and microorganisms
    • Chapter 1.1: Living things are made up of cells
    • Chapter 1.2: There are two major cell types
    • Chapter 1.3: Cells divide by mitosis
    • Chapter 1.4: Cells require energy and materials
    • Chapter 1.5: Materials move in and out of cells
    • Chapter 1.6: Micro-organisms are important living things
    • Chapter 1.7: Micro-organisms can cause food spoilage
    • Appendices
  • Topic 2: Infectious Disease
    • Chapter 2.1: Infectious disease differs from other diseases
    • Chapter 2.2: Methods by which diseases may be transmitted
    • Chapter 2.3: Infectious diseases can cause widespread health issues
    • Chapter 2.4: Examples of disease control
    • Chapter 2.5: Pathogens are adapted to enter cells and tissues
    • Chapter 2.6: Pathogens cause physical and chemical changes in the host
    • Chapter 2.7: The human immune system
    • Chapter 2.8: Acquired immunity
    • Appendices