Cambridge International Examinations - Cambridge iGCSE Design and Technology Teacher’s Guide: Second Edition

Stewart Ross, Dawne Bell, Justin Harris, Chris Hughes, Matt Mclain, David Wooff

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Full teacher support to accompany the Cambridge IGCSE® Design and Technology Student Book for syllabus 0445. These resources will enable teachers to use a structured approach to delivering the course, but will also allow them enough flexibility to teach in their own way, in the best way possible for their classroom context. Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International EducationFirst teaching: 2018 First exams: 2020 • Comprehensive coverage for syllabus 0445 for first teaching 2018 and first examination 2020• Fully supports the approach of the Student Book, using scenarios and skills-building to link together the theory and practical parts of the syllabus• Lesson plans and activities that are suitable for a range of international classroom environments, along with activity sheets for every topic in the Student Book• Includes answers to every activity and question in the Student Book• Guidance on setting up and running practical project work in the classroom• Support in how to prepare the students and guide them through their work on the final project• Accompanied by additional material for students and teachers online at Collins Connect, including the full Student Book online, interactive quizzes and activity sheets• Written by highly experienced teachers of Design and Technology from around the world• Guidance on how this resource can be used to teach 7048 O Level CDT: Design and Communication, and 6043 O Level Design and Technology
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherHarper Collins
Number of pages240
ISBN (Print)978-0-00-829328-4
Publication statusPublished - 28 Mar 2018


  • Education
  • Design and Technology
  • iGCSE


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