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Cambridge Primary Series Cambridge International AS and A Level
NEW! Cambridge Primary Maths 12 NEW! English Language 52
NEW! Cambridge Primary Science 14 NEW! English Literature 53
NEW! Cambridge Primary English 16 Mathematics 54
NEW! Cambridge Global English 18 NEW! Science 55
NEW! History / Sociology 57
Penpals for Handwriting 20 NEW! Economics / Business 58
Thinking Skills 59
Cambridge Handwriting (Arabic) 23
Computing / Accounting / Travel 60

Cambridge Primary Maths Word Problems (Arabic) 24


Contact your local agent 64

ICT Starters 25

Cambridge Checkpoint
Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics 27
Cambridge Checkpoint Science 28
Cambridge Checkpoint English 29 Guide to Products
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Cambridge Primary Series

Introducing Cambridge Primary


Cambridge Primary is our exciting new series for the Cambridge Primary curriculum
frameworks from Cambridge International Examinations. It is made up of Primary English
(for First Language learners), Global English* (for English as a Second Language learners),
Primary Mathematics and Primary Science.

Cambridge Primary English, Mathematics and Science are designed to support teachers and
help learners to succeed in Primary education. These resources fulfil the requirements of the
Cambridge Primary curriculum, developed by Cambridge International Examinations.*

Focusing on academic achievement, this series is an ideal resource for any international or
bilingual school. The suite of resources are written with English as a Second Language (ESL)
learners in mind and focuses on developing language, knowledge and skills across English,
Maths and Science.

Designed to set the foundations for future learning, Cambridge Primary sets clear goals for
learners and teachers, and provides carefully structured questions, tasks and end-of-unit tests
to help build students confidence and help teachers monitor progress.

*Cambridge Global English titles have not gone through the Cambridge endorsement
process as they follow the curriculum frameworks developed by Cambridge English
Language Assessment.

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Cambridge Primary

Cambridge Primary Series


Cambridge
Global English Cambridge Primary
I come with Science
Learners books
Activity books I come with
Teachers resource books Learners books
For Stages 1 - 6 Activity books
Teachers resource books
For Stages 1 - 10

Cambridge Primary
Mathematics
I come with
Learners books
Games books
Teachers resource books
For Stages 1 - 6

Cambridge Primary
English
Part of the Cambridge I come with
Primary Maths Initiative Learners books
Games books
Activity books
Teachers resource books
For Stages 1 - 6
...I also come with two
Phonics books!

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Cambridge Primary
Mathematics

Cambridge Primary Maths


Cambridge Primary Maths is Written for use with the
an innovative combination of Cambridge Primary
curriculum and resources which Mathematics curriculum
brings together the world-class framework, these resources
Cambridge Primary Mathematics from Cambridge
curriculum from Cambridge University Press are
International Examinations, perfect for schools
high-quality publishing from following the Cambridge
Cambridge University Press and International Examination
expertise in online resources curriculum and highly relevant to
from the renowned NRICH team. any primary school that is looking to
cover Mathematics in a fun and engaging way.
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Hearts and stars Equal machine


Each card shows one number of a pair. The equal machine makes equivalent Vocabulary
The cards are number pairs to 20. calculations. equal/equivalent:
What number is on the other side of each card? have the same value
Which cards are missing? Hint or amount even if they
Write a list of
look different.
number pairs to
help you. 5 ! 2 and 9 " 2
have the same value
13 14 15
of 7, so they are equal.
They are called equivalent.

Choose a card to go in to the equal machine.


18 6 25 9 What might come out? 36 7

9+5
11 + 5 22 + 9 39 + 3
23 + 4

17 8
13 + 6
5 17 2 23
8 What is the longest string of calculations you can make?

Hint
Find the value of
The cards are number pairs to 30. your card first. Then
What number is on the other side of each card this time? find lots of ways of
making that value.
Which cards are missing?

What is the same about each set?


What is different about each set?
3 4
Unit 1A Core activity 6.2 Checking your solutions Unit 1A Core activity 6.3 Equal and equivalent

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Mathematics
Learners Books
Contains fun and engaging investigations and questions. Language is clear and
vocabulary is defined visually, produced with non-native English speakers in mind.
Learners Book Stage 1 978-1-107-63131-1
Learners Book Stage 2 978-1-107-61582-3
Learners Book Stage 3 978-1-107-66767-9
Learners Book Stage 4 978-1-107-66269-8
Learners Book Stage 5 978-1-107-63822-8
Learners Book Stage 6 978-1-107-61859-6

Games Books with CD-ROM


Designed as a supplementary resource, the games are linked to the learning outcomes.
Each game comes with an outline of the mathematical focus.
Games Book 1 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64640-7
Games Book 2 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-62349-1
Games Book 3 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-69401-9
Games Book 4 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-68542-0
Games Book 5 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61474-1
Games Book 6 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-66781-5

Teachers Resource Books with CD-ROM


Detailed lesson plans provide step-by-step instructions and support for discussion-led
teaching. Support for encouraging mathematical dialogue, formative assessment and
differentiation. CD-ROM includes a mapping document linking to Framework
objectives and an editable version of the book to modify lesson plans.
Teachers Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-65683-3
Teachers Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64073-3
Teachers Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-66889-8
Teachers Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-69294-7
Teachers Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-65854-7
Teachers Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-69436-1

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Science

Cambridge Primary Science


Cambridge Primary Science fully covers the Cambridge Primary Science
curriculum framework. The course offers numerous teaching ideas to give
flexibility, allowing teachers to select activities most appropriate to their classroom
and learners.
An enquiry-based style of teaching and learning is stimulated, with the scientific
enquiry objectives integrated throughout to encourage learning of these skills
alongside the scientific concepts. The language level is carefully pitched to be
accessible to EAL/ESL learners, with concepts illustrated through diagrams to allow
visual understanding and learning. There is dedicated support for practising
scientific language and vocabulary.
Comprehensive teaching support helps teachers to bring all elements of the course together in
the classroom.

1.3 Animal babies

Look at the Words to learn


little bear
baby calf
cub.
human young

All animals make babies. The babies grow up into adults.


A human mother usually has just one baby. Why?
Some animals have lots of babies.
Birds and rabbits can have eight or nine young.

Activity 1.3
You will need:
Make a nursery for a baby animal modelling material or
a construction kit t cardboard
Make a model nursery for a baby animal. scissors t glue t sticky tape

Make sure you include food, water and a home.

How many baby animals can you see?


Can you see the baby elephant calf?
W hat you have learnt
Are all the babies like their parents? Humans and other animals have babies.
Young animals grow into adults.

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Science
Learners Books
In our Learners Books, all required learning objectives are covered in an engaging visual
layout and suggestions for hands-on activities encourage enquiry-led learning. Talk
about it features stimulate classroom discussion, and Check your progress questions
present assessment opportunities and help prepare for progression and Cambridge
Primary Checkpoint Tests.
Learners Book Stage 1 978-1-107-61138-2
Learners Book Stage 2 978-1-107-61139-9
Learners Book Stage 3 978-1-107-61141-2
Learners Book Stage 4 978-1-107-67450-9
Learners Book Stage 5 978-1-107-66304-6
Learners Book Stage 6 978-1-107-69980-9

Activity Books
In the Activity Books, additional exercises for each topic may be completed in class or
set as homework. Exercises also help to consolidate understanding, apply knowledge in
new situations, and develop scientific enquiry skills. Core vocabulary is developed in a
dedicated language activity for each unit.
Activity Book Stage 1 978-1-107-61142-9
Activity Book Stage 2 978-1-107-61143-6
Activity Book Stage 3 978-1-107-61145-0
Activity Book Stage 4 978-1-107-65665-9
Activity Book Stage 5 978-1-107-65897-4
Activity Book Stage 6 978-1-107-64375-8

Teachers Resource Books with CD-ROM


The Teachers Resource Books with CD-ROM offers support for using all three components.
Teaching ideas offer flexibility with numerous activity suggestions, as well as guidance on
differentiation, assessment and using resources available online. Additionally, a collection
of worksheets supports suggested activities. The resource offers flexible delivery, with all
content both in print and in editable format on CD-ROM.
Teachers Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61146-7
Teachers Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61148-1
Teachers Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61150-4
Teachers Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-66151-6
Teachers Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-67673-2
Teachers Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-66202-5

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English

Cambridge Primary English


Cambridge Primary English is a course that Learners also practise their spoken
combines flexibility, thorough coverage and English to build vocabulary and confidence
quality content. It has been fully endorsed through class and group discussion.
to be used with the Cambridge International Each stage contains three core components
Examinations Primary English curriculum (Learners Book, Activity Book, and Teachers
framework (Stages 1 to 6). Resource Book with accompanying CD-ROM)
These resources are aimed at first language which are fully integrated and offer a complete
English learners, encouraging them to actively solution to teaching Cambridge Primary
explore, use and apply their core listening, English. Also available are Phonics Workbooks
speaking, reading and writing skills through A and B, providing an essential foundation in
individual, pair and group work. phonics skills.
Engaging activities provide opportunities for
differentiated learning and promote creativity
and critical thinking. Lively international
fiction, non-fiction and poetry texts are
the basis for teaching reading and writing
skills, including comprehension, grammar,
punctuation, phonics and spelling.

Learners Books
Learners Books include nine thematic units on exciting topics to engage young
learners. Activities encourage learners to actively explore, use and apply their
core listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through individual, pair
and group work. Lively international fiction, non-fiction and poetry texts
form the basis for teaching reading and writing skills.
New Learners Book Stage 1 978-1-107-63298-1
New Learners Book Stage 2 978-1-107-68512-3
New Learners Book Stage 3 978-1-107-63282-0
New Learners Book Stage 4 978-1-107-67566-7
New Learners Book Stage 5 978-1-107-68321-1
New Learners Book Stage 6 978-1-107-62866-3

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English
Activity Books
Activity Books support, enrich and reinforce the core teaching in the Learners Books,
using the same themes and texts to enhance comprehension. Activities are designed to
build, practise and consolidate the reading and writing skills of all learners. Further
activities and games target specific grammar and language points, extra writing and
spelling activities.
New Activity Book Stage 1 978-1-107-68345-7
New Activity Book Stage 2 978-1-107-69112-4
New Activity Book Stage 3 978-1-107-68235-1
New Activity Book Stage 4 978-1-107-66031-1
New Activity Book Stage 5 978-1-107-63642-2
New Activity Book Stage 6 978-1-107-67638-1

Teachers Resource Books with CD-ROM


Teachers Resource Books include a complete mapping grid to the Cambridge Primary
English curriculum framework. Step-by-step teaching notes include opportunities for
differentiated learning and phonics links to highlight where extra phonics practice
could be integrated. Fully cross-referenced for the most effective use of the Learners
Books and Activity Books. Over 30 Photocopy masters (PCMs) and photocopiable
spelling lists. The CD-ROMs include PDFs of the Teachers Resource Book content for
printing and reference.
New Teachers Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64042-9
New Teachers Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64704-6
New Teachers Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-62802-1
New Teachers Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-65085-5
New Teachers Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-63830-3
New Teachers Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64468-7

Phonics Workbooks
Phonics Workbook A is aimed at learners aged between four and five and is a foundation
stage in phonics skills, while Phonics Workbook B is intended for use in Year 1 (ages six
to seven), and can be used alongside Stage 1 of the Cambridge Primary English course
or with similar courses. The books are appropriate for children who learn English as a
first or as a second language.
New Phonics Workbook A 978-1-107-68910-7
New Phonics Workbook B 978-1-107-67592-6

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Cambridge Primary
Global English

Cambridge Global English Stages 16


Cambridge Global English is an eight-stage, To meet the challenges of the
language-rich English course which can be used future, children need to
as a stand-alone English as a Second language develop both conversational
(ESL) curriculum or as part of an innovative suite and academic English. From
of materials created by Cambridge University the earliest level, Cambridge
Press for young learners at international primary Global English addresses both
and secondary schools. Our Cambridge Global these competencies.
English primary materials (Stages 1-6) follow the Emphasis is placed on
Cambridge Primary ESL curriculum framework developing the listening,
and lead into lower secondary ESL materials speaking, reading and
(Cambridge Global English 78)*. writing skills learners will need to be successful in
life, and when using authentic English language
classroom materials in other subjects.

4 Making things 37 3 Topic vocabulary

*Cambridge
Listen, point and say.

1 Think about it What can we make with shapes?


Global English 35 1 Read and listen

titles have not What is in the poem and in the picture? dress shirt trousers jacket
Party time
gone through Look at me

the Cambridge What do you see?


I can be a clown
skirt shoes glasses hat

endorsement With a funny frown.


Then listen to Lucys family. Can you find them in the picture?

Or a king
process as With a silver ring.
4 Who are you?
Pretend you are going to a party!
Im a pilot.
they follow the Tell your partner who you are.
Say what you are wearing.
Im wearing a pilots hat.

curriculum
frameworks
developed by clown princess king superhero pilot cook
Cambridge 5 AB
Draw and write
Writing tip
English
Draw a picture of you in your party clothes.
Write what you are wearing. When we say I am, the
36 2 Were going to a party! words join together.
Language Listen to Lucy. Her family is going to a party. We write it like this: Im.
Point to Lucy. What is she wearing?
Assessment. 52 Unit 4 Lesson 1 Vocabulary: aural comprehension Talk: guided writing
53
For more information on the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language curriculum framework and the Council
of Europes Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and assessment tables visit our website.

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Global English
Learners Books
The Learners Book with Audio CD provides the core input of the course and consists of
nine thematic units of study. Each unit contains six lessons developed around a
unifying theme. The materials feature skills-building tasks for listening, reading,
writing, speaking, as well as language focuses. The course aims to provide a variety of
factual, fictional, dialogue and poetry texts covering a range of topics.

The Audio CD includes all the listening material needed for the Learners Books and
Activity Books.
Learners Book Stage 1 with Audio CD 978-1-107-67609-1
Learners Book Stage 2 with Audio CD 978-1-107-61380-5
Learners Book Stage 3 with Audio CD 978-1-107-61384-3
Learners Book Stage 4 with Audio CD 978-1-107-61363-8
Learners Book Stage 5 with Audio CD 978-1-107-61981-4
Learners Book Stage 6 with Audio CD 978-1-107-62125-1

Activity Book
The Activity Book provides additional practice activities to consolidate language skills
and content material introduced in the Learners Books.
Activity Book Stage 1 978-1-107-65513-3
Activity Book Stage 2 978-1-107-61381-2
Activity Book Stage 3 978-1-107-61383-6
Activity Book Stage 4 978-1-107-61361-4
Activity Book Stage 5 978-1-107-62123-7
Activity Book Stage 6 978-1-107-62686-7

Teachers Resource Books with CD-ROM


The Teachers Resource Book with CD-ROM provides step-by-step guidance notes in
every unit, to support teaching the content of the Learners Books.
Teachers Resource Book Stage 1 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64226-3
Teachers Resource Book Stage 2 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-66496-8
Teachers Resource Book Stage 3 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-65674-1
Teachers Resource Book Stage 4 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-69074-5
Teachers Resource Book Stage 5 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-64612-4
Teachers Resource Book Stage 6 with CD-ROM 978-1-107-63581-4

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Penpals for Handwriting
Ages 311 English / Literature

Penpals for Handwriting


Written by: Gill Budgell and Kate Ruttle
Series Consultants: Sue Palmer and Professor Rhona Stainthorp
Recommended by Cambridge International Examinations, Penpals
for Handwriting is a complete handwriting scheme for 3-11 year
olds, teaching children to use a fast and fluent handwriting style to
help them to achieve their potential in writing.
Focusing on whole-class teaching using CD-ROMs for the
interactive whiteboard and Big Books for group work, this scheme
will significantly improve all levels of handwriting in your school.
Gives teachers the confidence to teach a fluent, legible handwriting
style.
Five unique developmental phases provide clear progression for
children aged 3 to 11.
CD-ROMs support interactive, direct teaching to the whole class
using an interactive whiteboard.
Links to phonics and spelling reinforce essential learning.
Sky-writing and lesson warm-ups develop the fine-and gross-motor
skills that are crucial for handwriting.

Teacher Books:
The interface is bright, colourful,
Suggestions for using the CD-ROMs.
very interactive, well organised
Full planning for whole-class sessions. and simple to navigate for
Scope and sequence charts. teachers and children alike

Annotated facsimilies of Big Book and Practice Schoolzone


Book pages.

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Colourful Big Books:
Provides consolidation and extra practice for small
groups working with a Teaching Assistant.
Model letter formations, joins and styles effectively.
Produced with write-on / wipe-off laminated pages
for interactive teaching.
Covers the same objectives but with different
content from the CD-ROMs.
Contains links to high-frequency words to reinforce
essential learning.
Practice feature for pencil control is great for early
finishers.

Penpals for Handwriting is the first resource Ive ever


seen that actually shows you how to teach handwriting.
Ive seen a lot of very happy children using it.
Teachers TV

Introducing horizontal join to s: w>[


17 Read and write

Practise the join.


these words.
Pupil Practice Books:

w>[ w>[ w>[ nw>[ Reinforcement of work on phonics.


Opportunities to practise writing letter
Write the phrases. patterns in context.
b@ow>[ i<n row>[ wi<n<d<ow>[ Reinforcement of high-frequency
words.
crow>[ i<n row>[ grow>[ Pattern practice.

wi<n<d<ow>[ i<n row>[ ja<w>[ Check out our new


Arabic handwriting
Practise the pattern. product on page 23!

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Penpals for Handwriting
Ages 311 English / Literature

Engaging CD-ROMs
Animations of letter formations and key joins for a
perfect model, taking the pressure off the teacher!
Animated sky-writing patterns for practising letters and
joining patterns in the air.
Video exercises for gross- and fine-motor skills to
prepare pupils for handwriting.
Video clips for guidance on correct posture and pencil
hold for left- and right-handed pupils.
Teacher notes to support you in directly teaching
handwriting.
Presentation skills and revision of basic handwriting
issues at Years 5 and 6 (ages 911).

Sassoon Penpals Sassoon Penpals Joined*


Foundation 1 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65172-5 Sassoon Penpals
Foundation 1 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65171-8 Tracker
Foundation 2 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65010-0
Foundation 2 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65195-4
Pupil Practice Book 1 978-0-521-75500-9
Pupil Practice Book 2 978-0-521-75501-6
Foundation 2 Big Book 978-0-521-75502-3 Sassoon Penpals Line Sassoon Penpals Joined Line*
Year 1 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65008-7
Year 1 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65196-1
Year 1 Pupil Practice Book 978-0-521-75507-8
Year 1 Big Book 978-0-521-75505-4 NEW! Font CD-ROM
Year 2 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65009-4
Year 2 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65198-5
Fonts are based on the groundbreaking research
Year 2 Pupil Practice Book 978-0-521-75507-8 of handwriting specialist and designer Rosemary
Year 2 Big Book 978-0-521-75508-5 Sassoon.
Year 3 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65011-7
Year 3 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65198-5 Provides five versions of Sassoon Cambridge
Year 3 Pupil Practice Book 978-0-521-75510-8 Joiner (see illustration).
Year 3 Big Book 978-0-521-75511-5
Year 4 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65012-4 Teachers and children can make use of it to create
Year 4 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65199-2 class displays, make name cards, and design their
Year 4 Pupil Practice Book 978-0-521-75513-9
Year 4 Big Book 978-0-521-75514-6
own handwriting worksheets.
Year 5 & 6 CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65106-0 Fonts work in Microsoft Word, Microsoft
Year 5 & 6 Teacher Book 978-1-845-65200-5
Font CD-ROM* 978-1-845-65253-1 PowerPoint and other programs that support
Penpals at Home Getting Ready OpenType fonts.
for Handwriting 978-1-845-65272-2
Penpals at Home Forming Letters 978-1-845-65273-9
*Microsoft Word 2010 (PC) and 2011 (Mac) only.

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Cambridge Handwriting
IB Diploma

Ages 311 English / Literature


Cambridge Handwriting (Arabic Edition)
Cambridge Handwriting is designed to support
the whole-class teaching of handwriting.
Uses the successful approaches pioneered in
Penpals for Handwriting.
A single DVD-ROM supports interactive, direct
teaching to the whole class using an interactive
whiteboard or data projector.
Animations of letter formations and key joins
for a perfect model taking the pressure off you!
Sky-writing and lesson warm-ups develop the
fine- and gross-motor skills that are crucial for
handwriting.
Video clips for guidance on correct posture and
pencil hold for left- and right-handed pupils. The Arabic edition of Cambridge Handwriting was
developed in consultation with calligrapher and font
Suitable for use before and alongside any designer Sultan Maqtari. All Naskh and Ruqah letters in all
handwriting book. positions are provided.
Ruqah Arabic Edition DVD-ROM 978-1-845-65269-2
*CD-ROMs are PC only.

This title has not been through the Cambridge


endorsement or recommendation process.

Unique videos help teach the gross and fine motor skills
needed for fluent handwriting

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Cambridge Word Problems
Ages 511 Mathematics

Cambridge Primary Maths Word Problems


(Arabic)
Written by: Paul Harrison and Peter Clarke
Cambridge Primary Maths Word Problems DVD-ROMs are also available
in a culturally-appropriate edition for Arabic-speaking schools.
Cambridge Word Problems (Arabic) enables every child to develop their
thinking skills and attain a higher level of mathematical achievement.
DVD-ROMs provide 500 problems for each year group, which can be
used to create high-quality worksheets, with interactive whiteboard
versions to share with your class.
Word problems can be selected according to level of complexity,
mathematical operation and topic.

DVD-ROM 1 978-1-845-65262-3 DVD-ROM 5 978-1-845-65266-1


DVD-ROM 2 978-1-845-65263-0 DVD-ROM 6 978-1-845-65267-8
DVD-ROM 3 978-1-845-65264-7 DVD-ROM 7 978-1-845-65268-5
DVD-ROM 4 978-1-845-65265-4 Suitable for PC and Mac.

This title has not been


through the Cambridge
endorsement or
recommendation process.

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Cambridge
Course
ICT Starters
Header

Cambridge ICT Starters


Cambridge ICT Starters
Written by: Jill Jesson and Graham Peacock
A complete ICT course for children from five years of age. Using
lively illustrations and screen displays, these books build and develop
students ICT skills.
Each book closely matches the content and order of the Cambridge ICT
Starters curriculum.
An easy-to-follow format with clear learning objectives to assist lesson
planning.
Step-by-step instructions in using a range of computer programs.
Stimulating and fun activities, including how to create and edit stories
and poems, create pictures, organise multimedia presentations and
design posters.
Training in how to carry out essential ICT tasks such as composing,
sending and receiving emails, modifying spreadsheets and graphs, and
searching for online information.

Initial Steps 978-1-107-62499-3


Next Steps Stage 1 978-1-107-62506-8
Next Steps Stage 2 978-1-107-62513-6
On Track Stage 1 978-1-107-62519-8
On Track Stage 2 978-1-107-62515-0

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Cambridge Checkpoint
Cambridge Secondary 1

Cambridge Secondary 1 (Checkpoint)


Cambridge Secondary 1 is a flexible curriculum with Schools and colleges will be able to make strategic
integrated assessment from Cambridge decisions, drawing upon a pool of information and
International Examinations. It provides a seamless specialist reporting tools built into Cambridge
progression from Cambridge Primary or can be Checkpoint. Learners taking the test receive a Statement
used as a standalone curriculum to develop learners of Achievement which gives an indication of their
skills and confidence in English, Mathematics and academic progress during this education stage.
Science. It offers a curriculum framework for educational
success for learners (typically 1114 years old), with Cambridge Checkpoint tests are available in English*,
an optional testing structure. It also helps prepare in the Mathematics and Science and can be offered at two
lead up to studying at Cambridge IGCSE level. sessions during the year. The tests cover all major areas of
learning required in the first years of an international
Cambridge Checkpoint tests are for use at the end of secondary education.
Cambridge Secondary 1. They are marked by Cambridge
International Examinations and provide schools with an *The Cambridge curriculum frameworks for English
external international benchmark for student include a First Language and a Second Language option.
performance. Cambridge Checkpoint tests enable Cambridge English Language Assessment provides
feedback to be provided on a learners strengths and formal summative testing for English as a Second
weaknesses in key curriculum areas. Feedback of this Language (ESL) at this level with the Cambridge English:
kind is an invaluable source of information. Preliminary (PET) exam. Cambridge Global English
Stages 78 and the Introduction to English as a Second
Language series support the Cambridge Secondary 1 ESL
curriculum framework.

STAGE 7 STAGE 8 STAGE 9


FOR FIRST LANGUAGE ENGLISH LEARNERS

Cambridge
Checkpoint

FOR SECOND LANGUAGE ENGLISH LEARNERS

Cambridge
Global English

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Cambridge Checkpoint

Mathematics
Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics
Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce

This brightly illustrated course offers a comprehensive


introduction to all topics covered in the syllabus. Worked
examples show students how to tackle different problems,
and there are plenty of exercise questions to help prepare
students for the different types they will face in their exams.
The Practice Book contains further exercise questions for
practice in the classroom or at home.
The Teachers Resource CD-ROM offers advice on how
to introduce concepts in the class, and provides ideas for
activities to help engage students with the subject matter.
Answers to all questions in the Coursebook and Practice
Book are also included.

Coursebook 7 978-1-107-64111-2
Coursebook 8 978-1-107-69787-4
Coursebook 9 978-1-107-66801-0
Practice Book 7 978-1-107-69540-5
Practice Book 8 978-1-107-66599-6
Practice Book 9 978-1-107-69899-4
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 7 978-1-107-69380-7
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 8 978-1-107-62245-6
To view an online sample, Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 9 978-1-107-69397-5
visit education.cambridge.org

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Cambridge Checkpoint
Science

Cambridge Checkpoint Science


Mary Jones, Diane Fellowes-Freeman and David Sang

This engaging course supports teaching of the Science


framework both theoretically and practically, with full
coverage of the Scientific Enquiry framework integrated
throughout the series.
The Coursebook gives a thorough introduction to the
concepts, and offers a wealth of ideas for hands-on activities
to make the subject matter come to life. The Workbook
contains exercises that develop students ability to apply
their knowledge, as well as Scientific Enquiry skills relating
to planning experiments and recording results.
The Teachers Resource CD-ROM provides suggestions
for how to introduce concepts in the classroom and how
to deal with common misconceptions. Answers to all
questions in the Coursebook and Workbook, as well as
guidance and safety notes for all practical activities, are also
included.

Coursebook 7 978-1-107-61333-1
Coursebook 8 978-1-107-65935-3
Coursebook 9 978-1-107-62606-5
To view an online sample, Workbook 7 978-1-107-62285-2
visit education.cambridge.org Workbook 8 978-1-107-67961-0
Workbook 9 978-1-107-69574-0
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 7 978-1-107-69458-3
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 8 978-1-107-62505-1
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 9 978-1-107-69649-5

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Cambridge Checkpoint

English
Cambridge Checkpoint English
Marian Cox

Written by a well-respected author and examiner, the suite


provides a comprehensive, structured resource which
covers the full Secondary 1 framework and seamlessly
progresses into the next key stage (see Cambridge IGCSE
First Language English on page 36).
A lively, colourful Coursebook for each stage includes
activities to develop Reading and Writing skills, with
integrated Speaking and Listening tasks. Each Coursebook
contains 12 themed units with a full range of stimulus
materials, including a balance of fiction and non-fiction
from around the world.
To support students learning, a skillbuilding, write-in
Workbook provides extra language tasks and reading and
writing skills development, including sequencing and fill-
in-the-gap exercises. Essential guidance, further activities,
activity answers and PDFs for classroom use are available
on a Teachers Resource CD-ROM for each stage.

Coursebook 7 978-1-107-67023-5
Coursebook 8 978-1-107-69099-8
To view an online sample, Coursebook 9 978-1-107-66748-8
visit education.cambridge.org Workbook 7 978-1-107-64781-7
Workbook 8 978-1-107-66315-2
Workbook 9 978-1-107-65730-4
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 7 978-1-107-60724-8
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 8 978-1-107-65122-7
Teachers Resource Book CD-ROM 9 978-1-107-65492-1

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CAMBRIDGE
Global English
Cambridge Global English Stages 7 and 8 follow For students in stage nine, expecting to do a course
the Cambridge Secondary 1 English as a Second leading into Cambridge IGCSE English as a
Language curriculum framework. Second Language, please see page opposite for our
new suite of resources, Introduction to English as a
The Cambridge Global English course has been
Second Language. It covers the school year,
developed to provide comprehensive support for
prepares for studying at Cambridge IGCSE level
learners of English as a Second Language at
and is recommended by Cambridge International
Secondary 1 level. The series takes an active,
Examinations. This title does not cover the
creative, learning to learn approach that
Cambridge English Language Assessment
encourages clear and fluent communication in
framework.
English. Stages 7 and 8 lay the foundations for
learners who may choose to prepare for The Cambridge Global English titles have not gone
Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language. through the Cambridge endorsement process, as
they follow the curriculum framework developed
by Cambridge English Language Assessment.

Stage 7 Coursebook with Stage 8 Coursebook with


Audio CD 978-1-107-67807-1 Audio CD 978-1-107-61942-5
Stage 7 Workbook 978-1-107-64372-7 Stage 8 Workbook 978-1-107-65771-7
Stage 7 Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-68870-4 Stage 8 Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-69103-2

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Introduction to English as a Second Language

English as a Second Language


Introduction to English as a Second Language
Peter Lucantoni

NEW
Recommended by Cambridge as an introductory stage prior
to the IGCSE course and following on from Cambridge
Global English to support learners at Stage 9.
Introduction to English as a Second Language is a course
to prepare students for studying Cambridge IGCSE or
equivalent level. Presented in a colourful updated design
and offering clear, practical support for students, it follows
a variety of interesting themes and topics, with a focus on
developing the vital skills needed to succeed in listening,
speaking, reading and writing.
Each unit provides opportunities for thinking and
discussion, along with developing research and study
skills. Furthermore, each unit has a specific language-focus
section to revise and consolidate key areas of language
awareness and activities for vocabulary building. An audio
CD is included for use with the listening activities. The
Coursebook is accompanied by a Workbook, offering further
language practice and practical follow-up activities.
Introduction to English as a Second Language is an ideal
To view an online sample, intermediate-level English course for learners studying in
visit education.cambridge.org an international context, i.e. for those who are studying
for other qualifications, such as Cambridge English:
Preliminary (PET) or Cambridge English: First (FCE)
instead of the Cambridge IGCSE in English as a Second
Language, and for those at Stage 9 of the Cambridge
Secondary 1 English as a Second Language curriculum. It
also provides invaluable focused language support for those
who are learning other curriculum subjects in English at
secondary or high school.

Coursebook (with audio CD) 978-1-107-68698-4


Workbook 978-1-107-68881-0
Teachers Book 978-1-107-48256-2

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Cambridge IGCSE
Cambridge IGCSE

Cambridge IGCSE
Cambridge IGCSE is the worlds most popular international student body and avoid cultural bias.
international curriculum for 14-16 year olds, leading Cambridge IGCSE helps improve performance by
to globally recognised and valued Cambridge IGCSE developing skills in creative thinking, enquiry and
qualifications. It is part of the Cambridge Secondary problem solving. It is the perfect springboard to
2 stage. advanced study, including Cambridge International
AS and A Levels and Cambridge Pre-U, as well as
Cambridge IGCSE is recognised by leading other progression routes.
universities and employers worldwide, and is an
international passport to progression and success. It develops in line with changing needs, and is
Developed over 25 years ago, it is tried, tested and regularly updated and extended. Clearly defined
trusted by schools worldwide. Cambridge IGCSE learning outcomes and content mean Cambridge
offers a flexible curriculum, with a choice of over 70 IGCSE is compatible with other curricula and is
subjects in any combination. internationally relevant and sensitive to different
needs and cultures.
Schools worldwide have been involved in the
development of Cambridge IGCSE. The syllabuses are IGCSE is the registered trademark of Cambridge
international in outlook, but retain a local relevance. International Examinations.
They have been created specifically for an

Completely Cambridge
Cambridge University Press works closely with
Cambridge International Examinations as
Cambridge resources for Cambridge qualifications constituent parts of the University of Cambridge.
We support thousands of students on their
Cambridge learning journey by providing
comprehensive, high-quality, endorsed resources.

Cambridge International Examinations is the


worlds largest provider of international
qualifications for 519 year olds and delivers
high-quality and leading assessment services.
Cambridge University Press is the oldest publishing
house in the world, operating continuously since
1584, and is one of the largest academic publishers
globally.

Cambridge University Press works with Cambridge


International Examinations and experienced authors
to produce high-quality endorsed textbooks and
software that support Cambridge Teachers and
encourage Cambridge Learners.

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Cambridge IGCSE

English as a Second Language


Cambridge IGCSE English as a
Second Language
Peter Lucantoni

NEW NEW NEW

Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second Language, Together with the accompanying Workbook and
Fourth edition, matches the requirements of the Teachers Book, the Coursebook provides a two-
revised Cambridge International Examinations year course, offering clear, practical support for
0510 and 0511 syllabuses. Presented in a colourful students. The units utilise a diverse range of topical
up-to-date design and offering clear, practical stimulus material to enliven the subjects, and
support for students, the series follows a variety include imaginative activities and tips, designed to
of interesting themes and topics, with a focus on build confidence and develop the skills needed to
skills development in listening, speaking, reading succeed. An audio CD is included for use with the
and writing. listening activities.

Coursebook (with audio CD) 978-1-107-66962-8


Workbook 978-1-107-67202-4
Teachers Book 978-1-107-48257-9

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Cambridge IGCSE
English as a Second Language

Cambridge IGCSE Core We are working with Cambridge


International Examinations towards

English as a Second Language endorsement of this title

Katia Carter and Tim Carter

FORTHCOMING

This series of resources is the only suite that offers exclusive


coverage of the Cambridge IGCSE English as a Second
Language syllabus at Core level.
The Coursebook is specifically aimed to help those students
who need more support, and provides a strong focus on
the language and grammar needed for the course. Features
include an Audio CD to practise listening exercises, Study
Tips, Key Term boxes, quizzes and Did you know....? boxes
with interesting facts related to the topics.
The Teachers Resource Book contains advice and tips for
teachers, photocopiable materials and answers to the
questions in the Coursebook.

Coursebook with Audio CD Check website for details


Teachers Resource Book Check website for details

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Success International

English as a Second Language


NEW
Success Practice Tests
International for IGCSE English
English Skills for as a Second
Cambridge IGCSE Language: Listening
and Speaking
The new editions of this
highly successful series
are updated to match the
Cambridge International
Examinations 0510 and
0511 syllabus changes for
examination from 2015.
Practice Tests for
Student Book 978-1-107-49594-4 IGCSE English as
Workbook 978-1-107-49596-8
Teachers Book with CD-ROM 978-1-107-49601-9 a Second Language:
Current editions available Reading and Writing

Exam style tests to help


students prepare for reading
Summary and and writing examinations.
Note-Taking
This popular book provides
summary and note-taking Listening and Speaking
Book 1 978-0-521-14051-5
practice for the revised
Book 1, With Key 978-0-521-14053-9
Cambridge IGCSE English Core Level Book 1
as a Second Language Audio CDs 978-0-521-14058-4
syllabus. Extended Level
Book 1 Audio CDs 978-0-521-14054-6
Book 2 978-0-521-18636-0
Book 2, With Key 978-0-521-18634-6
Extended Level
Book 2 Audio CDs 978-0-521-18633-9
Summary and Note-Taking 978-0-521-14092-8
Summary and Note-Taking, with key 978-0-521-14094-2 Reading and Writing
Book 1 978-0-521-14059-1
Book 1, with key 978-0-521-14061-4
Book 2 978-0-521-14064-5
Book 2, with key 978-0-521-14065-2

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Cambridge IGCSE
First Language English

NEW

Cambridge IGCSE First Language English


Marian Cox
Up-to-date resources providing full coverage of Cambridge IGCSE First
Language English syllabuses (0500 and 0522) for first examination from 2015.

The Fourth edition Coursebook is designed to support the Cambridge IGCSE First
Language English (0500) and Cambridge International Level 1/Level 2 Certificate First
Language English (0522) syllabuses.
It provides a student-friendly resource that teaches the reading and writing techniques
required for the Cambridge IGCSE, as well as providing two bespoke units on speaking
and listening techniques, plus embedded activities throughout on these skills. It includes
carefully designed activities on a variety of engaging topics, set out in 14 lively, full-colour
units. The Cambridge First Language English suite includes free online resources to
support the course, including answers to the Coursebook activities.

The updated, write-in Workbook can be used for independent learning, for homework
tasks or revision. It contains text extracts from around the world with linked exercises for
students to practise the skills they need for the Cambridge IGCSE in First Language English
(0500 and 0522) syllabuses. Exercises are grouped into 12 diverse units on cross-curricula
topics which are not linked to the Coursebook themes, so students remain engaged in the
reading material. The Workbook has been substantially updated with new revised material. It
is suitable for students who need additional support with language and grammar.

The standalone, photocopiable Teachers Resource Book provides a complete solution to


teaching the Cambridge IGCSE First Language English syllabus.
It contains teaching resources not linked to the Coursebook or Workbook topics, so it
can be used independently or to supplement teaching using the other components in
the suite. The 28 themed units are grouped into six parts focusing on the following skills:
Reading comprehension, Writers effects, Summary, Directed writing, Composition and
Coursework.
The Teachers Resource Book includes practical advice for teachers, as well as worksheets
with answers and full lesson plans.

Cambridge IGCSE First Language English Coursebook 978-1-107-65782-3


Cambridge IGCSE First Language English Workbook 978-1-107-69577-1
Cambridge IGCSE First Language English Teachers Resource Book 978-1-107-65194-4

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Cambridge
Course IGCSE
Header

English Literature
Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English
Russell Carey

Provides full support for students and teachers of the


Cambridge IGCSE Literature in English syllabus.
The Coursebook is a lively introduction to the study
of literature in English at Cambridge IGCSE level,
encouraging both the enjoyment of literature and rigorous
academic study. It provides a comprehensive overview
of the various components of the Cambridge IGCSE
Literature in English syllabuses (0486 and 0476). In
keeping with the spirit of the syllabus, the book stresses
the importance of informed personal responses that arise
from close textual study. It contains a range of stimulating
literary material from around the world, including extracts
from plays and prose fiction, as well as complete poems.
A new Workbook accompanies the Coursebook to
provide extra practice for the most difficult aspects of the
Cambridge IGCSE course. With new text extracts and
close links to the Coursebook, this resource completes the
series and gives support to students so they can reach their
full potential.
The Teachers Resource contains a wealth of teaching
To view an online sample, material including student handouts, editable worksheets,
visit education.cambridge.org annotatable text extract sheets and image resource sheets,
teachers notes, template lesson plans and a contents grid
which signposts differentiation opportunities.
We are working with Cambridge
International Examinations towards The CD-ROM also provides support in understanding
endorsement of the workbook the requirements of the Cambridge syllabus, and teaching
materials to help students develop the necessary informed
personal response to literature.

Coursebook 978-0-521-13610-5
Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-63705-4
New Workbook Check website for details

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Cambridge IGCSE
English Literature

NEW
Songs of Ourselves Stories of Ourselves
Volume 2
Songs of Ourselves Volume Stories of Ourselves is a
2, Cambridge International set text for the Cambridge
Examinations Anthology of Literature in English
Poetry in English, is a brand courses at IGCSE, O Level,
new selection which follows AS and A Level.
on from the very successful The anthology contains
Songs of Ourselves. stories by writers from
many different countries
and cultures.
Songs of Ourselves Stories of Ourselves
Volume 2 978-0-521-72791-4
978-1-107-44779-0

Songs of Ourselves Poems Deep


and Dangerous
The first volume of Poems Deep and Dangerous
Songs of Ourselves is an is an anthology of classic
accessible introduction to and contemporary writing
the astonishing range of on themes which will be
forms, styles and content of of particular interest to
verse written in the English secondary students who are
language over more than preparing for examinations
four centuries. in English.

Songs of Ourselves Poems Deep and


978-8-175-96248-4 Dangerous This title has not been through
978-0-521-47990-5 the Cambridge endorsement or
recommendation process.

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Cambridge IGCSE

Mathematics
Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics
Karen Morrison and Nick Hamshaw

A series of titles written to cover the complete The Teachers Resource CD-ROM is
Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics (0580) syllabus. recommended for teachers of students who are
studying the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics
The textbook supports the IGCSE Mathematics
(0580) syllabus. New and experienced teachers
syllabus for both Core and Extended courses.
alike will find that the ideas and advice on how
Offering a wealth of questions, supported by
to approach topics will help in the organisation
worked examples and diagrams, with hints and
and planning of teaching and the supporting
tips along the way to reinforce skills and guide
of students to achieve their potential. Links to
learning.
the Coursebook and Practice Books make this
The print book includes a CD-ROM of Teachers Resource the perfect accompaniment to
supplementary materials including interactive the rest of the series. For convenience, answers to
revision questions, worksheets, worked solutions questions in the Practice Books and Coursebook
and calculator support. are also included.

Core and Extended Coursebook 978-1-107-60627-2


Core Practice Book 978-1-107-60988-4
Extended Practice Book 978-1-107-67272-7
Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-62752-9

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Cambridge IGCSE
Mathematics

Core Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE


Audrey Simpson
Core Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE provides both a two-year course leading
to the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Core Level qualification from Cambridge
and the first of a two-year course leading to the Extended Level qualification.
Extended Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE provides the second year of the
two-year course leading to the Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics Extended Level
examination from University of Cambridge International Examinations.
Both resources completely cover their respective syllabuses for Cambridge IGCSE
Core Level and Cambridge IGCSE Extended level.
Both have been designed to be worked through sequentially either as a classroom
textbook or for self-study.

Core Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE Coursebook 978-0-521-72792-1


Extended Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSE Coursebook 978-0-521-18603-2

What is Cambridge International


Maths Online (CIMO)?
CIMO can be used as a stand-alone resource, an
engaging revision aid, or alongside our Cambridge IGCSE
Mathematics Core and Extended books.
Available for institutional or individual purchase on a
365-day subscription basis, it can be viewed on any
device at any time of day or night.
Teachers can easily monitor students work and identify
where they excel or struggle, enabling them to help where
the student needs it most.

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Cambridge IGCSE

Science
Cambridge IGCSE Science
Written by experienced teachers and The Teachers Resource CD-ROMs are designed
examiners, the Coursebooks give comprehensive to support teachers in using the Coursebooks
and accessible coverage of the syllabus and Workbooks to deliver the syllabus. Teaching
content. Suggestions for practical activities are ideas for each individual topic give suggestions
included, designed to help develop the required for the lesson as well as homework and point
experimental skills, with full guidance included out common misconceptions. A collection of
on the CD-ROMs. Study tips throughout the worksheets is provided for use in class or
text, exam-style questions at the end of each for students individual study, with answers
chapter and a host of revision and practice provided. Answers to the exercises in the
material on the CD-ROMs are designed to Workbooks are also included.
help students prepare for their examinations.
New digital versions of our textbooks coming in
Answers to the exam-style questions in the
2015 will offer an enriched learning experience
Coursebooks are provided on the CD-ROMs.
through material such as animations, video
and audio content, auto-marked quizzes and
personalisation of table of contents.

NEW

Cambridge IGCSE Biology


Mary Jones and Geoff Jones

This third edition of our successful series to support the


Cambridge IGCSE Biology syllabus (0610) is fully updated
for the revised syllabus for examination from 2016.

Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61479-6


Workbook 978-1-107-61493-2
Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-61496-3
Revision Guide Check website for details

Visit out website to discover


To view an online sample,
more about our digital editions
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Cambridge IGCSE
Science

NEW NEW

Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry Cambridge IGCSE Physics


Richard Harwood and Ian Lodge David Sang

This fourth edition of our successful series to This second edition of our successful series to
support the Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry syllabus support the Cambridge IGCSE Physics syllabus
(0620) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for (0625) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for
examination from 2016. examination from 2016.

Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61503-8 Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-61458-1


Workbook 978-1-107-61499-4 Workbook 978-1-107-61488-8
Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-61501-4 Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-61490-1
Revision Guide 978-1-107-69799-7

Visit out website to discover Visit out website to discover


To view an online sample, To view an online sample,
more about our digital editions more about our digital editions
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Cambridge IGCSE

Computer Science
We are working with
Cambridge International
Examinations towards
endorsement of
these titles

Cambridge IGCSE Cambridge IGCSE Computer


Computer Science Coursebook Science Programming Book
Sarah Lawrey and Donald Scott Richard Morgan

The Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science The Cambridge IGCSE Computer Science
Coursebook is written to cover the new 0478 Programming Book is a practical study aid written
syllabus. according to Section 2 of the syllabus to teach
programming from the very basics. Using Visual
The Coursebook uses up-to-date sources to reflect
Basic, the programming book provides practical
advances in computer science with illustrations
projects for students to develop the coding skills
and diagrams to give clear explanations, and
required by the syllabus.
provides practice questions for students to test their
understanding.

Coursebook Check website for details


Programming Book Check website for details
Revision Guide 978-1-107-69634-1

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Cambridge IGCSE
Sociology / Geography

NEW NEW

We are working with


Cambridge International
Examinations towards
endorsement of
this title

Cambridge IGCSE Sociology Cambridge IGCSE Geography


Jonathan Blundell Steve Sibley and Gary Cambers
This fresh set of resources for Cambridge IGCSE The Coursebook includes clear, practical support for
Sociology syllabus 0495 (and Cambridge O Level students, case studies, fieldwork ideas and a diverse
Sociology syllabus 2251) is carefully crafted to range of stimulus material.
support the latest syllabus for examination from
The accompanying CD-ROM features support
2016.
sheets for the topics covered, outline maps and
Key sociological research combined with case sample exam-style questions.
studies and thought-provoking questions help in
understanding concepts and engaging activities, as Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-45894-9
well as applying knowledge in various contexts and Revision Guide 978-1-107-67482-0
skills. The book provides complete exam support,
and a Teachers Resource CD-ROM is also available. Current edition for
syllabus 0460 also available
Coursebook 978-1-107-64513-4
Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-65138-8 visit our website
978-0-521-75784-3

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Cambridge IGCSE

Business Studies / Economics


NEW NEW

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Business Studies Susan Grant
Veenu Jain, Medi Houghton and Mark Fisher Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations,
the book covers the Cambridge syllabus (0455).
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Business Studies syllabus 0450 (and Cambridge O The book draws extensively on real world examples
Level Business Studies syllabus 7115) is thoroughly to explore economic concepts, theories and issues.
updated for the latest syllabus for examination from Each of the 52 units deals with a specific topic.
2015. There is a range of questions both at the end of units
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ICT / Computer Studies / Accounting


Cambridge IGCSE ICT
Chris Leadbetter and Stewart Wainwright
Cambridge IGCSE ICT provides comprehensive syllabus (0417) coverage and valuable
practical support for students.
The Coursebook features practical examples and activities throughout, self-assessment
questions, tasks to reinforce learning and includes content that is accessible and challenging
to all ability levels. The accompanying Students CD-ROM contains revision questions and
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Cambridge IGCSE Computer Studies


Chris Leadbetter, Stewart Wainwright and Alan Stinchcombe
Fully covers the Cambridge IGCSE Computer Studies syllabus (0420), offering valuable
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illustrated Coursebook covers both the theoretical and applied aspects of the course.
It includes self-assessment questions and tasks throughout to reinforce learning.

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Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-0-521-17063-5

Cambridge IGCSE 20th Century History


Revision Guide 978-1-107-67419-6

Cambridge IGCSE Accounting


Catherine Coucom
Cambridge IGCSE Accounting has been written as per the specifications of the
Cambridge IGCSE Accounting syllabus. Accounting principles and practices have been
explained in simple language and lucid style to enhance the accessibility of the contents to
students whose first language is not English.
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Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism


John D. Smith and Fiona Warburton
Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism has been written specifically for the
Cambridge IGCSE Travel and Tourism syllabus. Sections have been split into units,
each dealing with a particular topic, and are cross-referenced to other units wherever
appropriate. This new title contains a wide variety of activities and questions to check
and facilitate students understanding, as well as case studies and illustrative examples
encouraging subject-based knowledge and a truly international approach.

Coursebook 978-0-521-14922-8

Cambridge IGCSE Development Studies


Wendy Taylor
Cambridge IGCSE Development Studies has been specially written for Cambridge
IGCSE Development Studies Syllabus. Written in a clear and accessible style, the book
offers comprehensive coverage with an international perspective and in-depth analysis
study, providing students with the skills needed to help them progress through the
course.

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Cambridge IGCSE India Studies


Nigel Price, Michael Wells, Nicholas Fellows and Anjali Tyagi
Written for the Cambridge International Examinations syllabus, Cambridge IGCSE
India Studies adopts an enquiry based approach with a strong focus on investigating
and analysing the emergence of contemporary India. In the process, it promotes the
development of core skills and ways of thinking critically that are essential to succeed
in secondary and higher education and all professional areas. This will encourage
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Coursebook 978-0-521-14923-5

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English / Physics / Economics


Cambridge O Level English (second edition)
Helen Toner and John Reynolds
Explanation and advice for students doing O Level English.
Updated and designed for class use as well as independent study, the book equips
students with the skills needed to succeed in the examination.

Coursebook 978-1-107-61080-4

Cambridge O Level Physics


David Sang and Graham Jones
All concepts covered in the syllabus are included in the text, and the accompanying
CD-ROM contains a complete answer key, teachers notes and activity sheets linked to
each chapter.

Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-60783-5

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Susan Grant
Covers the Cambridge syllabus (2281).
The book draws extensively on real world examples, and there are a range of questions
throughout the eight sections to assess students progress in the subject.

Coursebook 978-1-107-61235-8
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Mathematics / Commerce / Accounting

Cambridge O Level Cambridge O Level


Mathematics 1 Statistics
and 2 Dean James Chalmers
Audrey Simpson Provides comprehensive
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Provides a two-year syllabus, and will also be
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Cambridge O Level Cambridge O Level


Commerce Principles of
Mary Trigwell-Jones Accounts
Specifically written Catherine Coucom
for international
students studying the Written specifically for
Cambridge International the Cambridge O Level
Examinations O Level Principles of Accounts
Commerce syllabus, syllabus. Accounting
7100/1 and 7100/2. principles and practices
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Coursebook
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Cambridge International AS and A Level


Cambridge International AS and A Level
Cambridge International AS and A Levels are
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Cambridge International AS and A Level
English Language

Cambridge International AS and


A Level English Language
Mike Gould and Marilyn Rankin

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Comprehensive student-friendly resources designed for
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Language (syllabus 9093) for first examination from 2015.
The core aim of this Coursebook is to help students to
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English Literature
Cambridge International AS and A Level
English Literature
Elizabeth Whittome

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Comprehensive student-friendly resources designed
for teaching Cambridge International AS and A Level
Literature in English (syllabus 9695) for first examination
from 2016.
This Coursebook is a comprehensive guide to the study of
Literature in English at AS and A Level, encouraging both
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It provides a clear approach for any Literature studies
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2 covering poetry, prose and drama at AS and A Level
respectively, and Part 3 covering key skills needed to
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Cambridge International AS and A Level
Mathematics

Cambridge Advanced Level Mathematics


Hugh Neil, Douglas Quadling, Steve Dobbs and Jane Miller

Written to match the contents of the Cambridge Pure Mathematics 2 corresponds to units P2 and
syllabus P3. It covers algebra, logarithmic and exponential
functions, trigonometry, differentiation,
Mechanics 1 corresponds to unit M1. It covers integration, numerical solution of equations,
forces and equilibrium, motion in a straight line, vectors, differential equations and complex
Newtons laws of motion, and energy, work and numbers.
power.
Statistics 1 corresponds to unit S1. It covers
Mechanics 2 corresponds to unit M2. It covers representation of data, permutations and
motion of a projectile, equilibrium of a rigid combinations, probability, discrete random
body, uniform motion in a circle, Hookes law and variables and the normal distribution.
linear motion under a variable force.
Statistics 2 corresponds to unit S2. It covers the
Pure Mathematics 1 corresponds to unit P1. Poisson distribution, linear combinations of
It covers quadratics, functions, coordinate random variables, continuous random variables,
geometry, circular measure, trigonometry, sampling and estimation, and hypothesis tests.
vectors, series, differentiation and integration.

Mechanics 1 978-0-521-53015-6
Mechanics 2 978-0-521-53016-3
Pure Mathematics 978-0-521-53011-8
Pure Mathematics 2 & 3 978-0-521-53012-5
Statistics 1 978-0-521-53013-2
Statistics 2 978-0-521-53014-9

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Science
Cambridge International AS and A Level
Science
The Coursebooks comprehensively cover The Teachers Resource CD-ROMs contain
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during the course. Written by renowned delivery and assessment, customisable detailed
experts, the texts are written in an accessible teaching guides containing mapping grids for
style with international learners in mind. The every topic, common misunderstandings and
Coursebooks are easy to navigate with colour- misconceptions, and ideas for in-class activities
coded sections to differentiate between AS and with additional advice for stretching high
A Level content. Self-assessment questions achievers and supporting struggling students.
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contents.
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AS and A Level Biology
Fourth edition
Mary Jones, Richard Fosbery,
Jennifer Gregory and Dennis Taylor

Fully revised and updated content matching the new


Cambridge International Examinations Biology 9700
syllabus for first examination from 2016.

Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-63682-8


Teachers Resource CD-ROM 978-1-107-63688-0

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Cambridge International AS and A Level
Science

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AS and A Level Chemistry AS and A Level Physics
Second edition Second edition
Lawrie Ryan and Roger Norris David Sang, Graham Jones,
Gurinder Chadha and Richard Woodside
Fully revised and updated content matching new
Cambridge International Examinations Chemistry Fully revised and updated content matching the
9701 syllabus for first examination from 2016. Cambridge International Examinations Physics 9702
syllabus for first examination from 2016.

Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-63845-7 Coursebook with CD-ROM 978-1-107-69769-0


Teachers Resource CD ROM 978-1-107-67770-8 Teachers Resource CD ROM 978-1-107-66300-8
Revision Guide 978-1-107-61665-3 Revision Guide 978-1-107-61684-4

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Cambridge International AS and A Level

History / Sociology
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Cambridge International
AS Level History
Phil Wadsworth, Pete Browning,
Patrick Walsh-Atkins and
Russell Williams
Cambridge International AS Level History is a suite
of three books that offer complete coverage of the
Cambridge International AS Level History syllabus Cambridge International
(9389).
AS and A Level Sociology
Written in clear and accessible language, these titles
Chris Livesey
help students prepare for AS Level examinations.
Features include key questions, timelines, definitions
This brand new resource for Cambridge
of key terms, profile of key figures, notes to highlight
International AS and A Level Sociology syllabus
significant points and formative questions to
(9699) is written for the latest syllabus.
consolidate learning.
The Coursebook has a visually attractive and
Each chapter reinforces knowledge and builds skills
engaging design, and is accessible to students with
using detailed study of primary and secondary
a wide range of abilities including those who do not
sources to help students achieve their best. Exam
have English as their first language.
support is offered in a final Examination Skills
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to approach source investigation and structured extensive support as well as further resources to use
essay questions. in class.

International History 18711945 Coursebook 978-1-107-61323-2 Coursebook 978-1-107-67339-7


History of the USA 18401941 Coursebook 978-1-107-67960-3 Teachers CD-ROM 978-1-107-41460-0
European History 17891917 Coursebook 978-1-107-61324-9
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Economics / Business

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Cambridge International Cambridge International


AS and A Level Economics AS and A Level Business
Third Edition Third Edition
Colin Bamford, Susan Grant and Peter Stimpson and Alistair Farquharson
Mark Collins
This revised set of resources for Cambridge
Written in a clear and accessible style to cover the International AS and A Level Business syllabus
content of the Cambridge 9708 syllabus. (9609) is thoroughly updated for the latest version of
the syllabus.
The Teachers Resource CD-ROM features a range
of activities for each chapter including multiple- Accessible to students with a wide range of abilities
choice, data response and essay questions as well as including those who do not have English as their
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The Teachers Resource CD-ROM gives teachers
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Thinking Skills
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Thinking Skills: Critical Thinking Critical Thinking:


and Problem Solving An Introduction
John Butterworth and Geoff Thwaites Alec Fisher

Thinking Skills (Second Edition) is the only endorsed This second edition has been extensively revised
book to support the Cambridge International AS with updated examples and a brand new chapter
and A Level syllabus. on how to obtain reliable information from the
internet.
Written by experienced and highly respected
authors, this book includes features such as clearly This book concentrates on developing critical
focused and differentiated units, stimulating student thinking skills explicitly and directly. Students
activities with commentaries to develop analytical will improve their ability to interpret, analyse
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end-of-chapter assignments to reinforce knowledge these skills can be transferred to other studies
and skills, and a mapping grid to demonstrate and everyday life. The book is also suitable for the
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Critical Thinking: An Introduction 978-1-107-40198-3
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Computing / Accounting / Travel

Cambridge International AS and A Level Computing


Chris Leadbetter, Roger Blackford and Tony Piper
Based on the University of Cambridge International Examinations International AS
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Coursebook 978-0-521-18662-9

Cambridge International AS and A Level Accounting


Harold Randall and David Hopkins
Cambridge International AS and A Level Accounting offers a thorough coverage of
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Coursebook 978-1-107-69062-2

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Travel and Tourism
John D. Smith and Sue Stewart
Endorsed by Cambridge International Examinations, this book has been especially
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