Life Sciences 11 is fully compatible with BC Biology 11 curriculum.
Full Colour – 224 pages
Table of Contents – indexing the BIG IDEAS of the 2017 curriculum revision, all the units and subunits.
Colour coding – and “thumb tabs” for each unit
Learning outcomes and a representative photograph to start each unit.
Text – written in easy-to-understand language with key words highlighted.
First Nations’ Perspectives in addition to the appropriate infusion of indigenous knowledge and ways within the text of the book
Concept Check-up Questions and Discussion Questions* for every subsection in the book
Check Your Knowledge of Diagrams, a feature of many units
Check Your Knowledge of Concepts, a generous number of multiple choice questions at the end of every unit.
Build Your Understanding of Concepts*, another feature at the end of every unit.
Photographs and illustrations with captions; there are over 300 visuals like these making the pages attractive and engaging
QR (quick response) codes that can be scanned by students to access biology topics on the internet and in the literature. These could be used as the basis for assignments and/or class discussions.
Data tables are used as an additional way to organize the content
Taxonomic Guide providing students with an explanatory reference for all of the organisms in the book.
Answers to all of the Concept Check-up Questions, Check Your Knowledge of Diagrams, and Check Your Knowledge of Concepts are provided in the book
Glossary where each of the 700+ terms in bold print within the text are defined/described.