13. COMPARISON BETWEEN VIET NAM’S PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY TEXTBOOKS AND “CAMBRIDGE CHECKPOINT SCIENCE STUDENT’S BOOK 3”

13. COMPARISON BETWEEN VIET NAM’S PHYSICS, CHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGY TEXTBOOKS AND “CAMBRIDGE CHECKPOINT SCIENCE STUDENT’S BOOK 3”

 16:44 23/03/2018

Abstract: Textbooks are important tools for teaching, serves as the major teaching material, direct the teaching content and and provide sufficient and specific teaching points to be covered in classrooms. This study aims to examine the differences among experiments, images, tasks and problems used in three major of science textbooks for grade 8 in Vietnam with the Cambridge checkpoint science Student’s book 3. The findings can be the reference for textbook’s authors to write new sciences textbook in the future. One of the significant findings of this textbook analysis research is each element’ s functional patterns, including the prevalence, the frequency and the method to instruct secondary learners to visualize the scientific knowledge.
Keywords: textbooks, physics, chemistry, biology, natural sciences.

14. TRAINING ACQUISITION SKILL AND INFORMATION PROCESSING  FOR STUDENTS OF BIOLOGY 11

14. TRAINING ACQUISITION SKILL AND INFORMATION PROCESSING FOR STUDENTS OF BIOLOGY 11

 16:44 23/03/2018

Abstract: One of the important and necessary competencies that students need to require in learning is self-study skill. In order to obtain self-study skills, students need to learn skills for acquisition and processing information. In this article, we focus on some main measures that can be used to train those skills to students when learning Biology at grade 11.
Keywords: acquiring information, processing information, skill in acquisition and processing information, Biology.

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