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Human Biology Coursebook

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Year 11 - Units 1 and 2
Year 12 - Units 3 and 4

Year 11 Human Biology Coursebook: Units 1 & 2

Scenario: In the WACE exam, candidates are required to use scientific terminology, yet many fail to do this.

Topics include:

  • Cells and tissues.
  • Cell membrane transport.
  • Cell metabolism (enzymes).
  • Cellular respiration.
  • Body systems (Circulatory, respiratory, excretory, digestive, muscular, skeletal).
  • DNA, inheritance and cellular reproduction.
  • Human reproduction.

Sciencebook's Coursebook for Year 11 Human Biology has been written for the WA syllabus (Units 1 & 2) and is suitable for anyone studying Human Biology.

Features include:

  • Specific terminology and keywords so that students can produce answers in the form required by markers.
  • Concise and information-dense summary of the course.
  • Summarised dot points, simple explanations, flowcharts and diagrams to reduce cognitive effort.
  • List of syllabus outcomes located at the end of the chapter - this is important since the exam is based off syllabus points and not a textbook.

ISBN: 9781740524100


Year 12 Human Biology Coursebook: Units 3 & 4

Scenario: In the WACE exam, candidates are required to use scientific terminology, yet many fail to do this.

Topics include:

  • Endocrine system.
  • Homeostasis.
  • Central and peripheral nervous system.
  • Infectious diseases.
  • Gene pools (including mechanisms of evolution).
  • Evidence for evolution.
  • Hominin evolution.
  • Biotechnology.

Sciencebook's Coursebook for Year 12 Human Biology has been written for the WA syllabus (Units 3 & 4) and is suitable for anyone studying Human Biology.

Features include:

  • Specific terminology and keywords so that students can produce answers in the form required by markers.
  • Concise and information-dense summary of the course.
  • Summarised dot points, simple explanations, flowcharts and diagrams to reduce cognitive effort.
  • List of syllabus outcomes located at the end of the chapter - this is important since the exam is based off syllabus points and not a textbook.

ISBN: 9781740524117