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ENGLISH. Cambridge Literature: The Mill on the Floss by Helen Edmundson, adapted from George Eliot's novel. This study-text contains a dramatised version of the novel, written for Shared Experience Theatre, in which three performers play the role of Maggie Tulliver. Pounds 3.95. Cambridge University Press, the Edinburgh Building, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge CB2 2RU. Tel: 01223 312393.

SCIENCE

GCSE Double Award Science: Biology; Physics; Chemistry. This three-book series has been written for the revised national curriculum and the syllabuses to be introduced in September. They cover the GCSE Science Double Award and are suitable for co-ordinated science courses or NEAB Modular Science. Pounds 10.99 each. John Murray, 50 Albemarle Street, London WlX 4BD. Tel: 0171 493 4361.

TECHNOLOGY

STEP Design and Technology: Food by Beryl Austoni and Alan Goodier. Designed to relate school food technology to industrial practices, this book contains three case studies which look at the way a company designs and makes its products. Pounds 5.95. Cambridge University Press, The Edinburgh Building, Shaftesbury Road, Cambridge CB2 2RU.

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Nuffield Design and Technology 14-16 This unit concentrates on designing and making products in seven areas: lighting, seating, automata, toys and games, body adornment, testing equipment and storage items. The student's book supports course work, and covers design and technology and tackling written exams; the teacher's guide explains how to construct a scheme of work and use the materials; the task file includes over 30 practical tasks. Pounds 9. 99; Pounds 19.99 and Pounds 37.50 respectively. Addison-Wesley Longman, Fourth Avenue, Harlow, Essex CM19 5AA. Tel: 01279 623928.

GLOBAL EDUCATION

Reconnecting - from National to Global Curriculum by Graham Pike and David Selby. This handbook from the World Wide Fund for Nature is the result of a three-year project in which teachers developed classroom activities at key stage 34. It includes chapters on the relationship of global education to curriculum reforms in the UK, Canada and Australia; a range of classroom activities and case studies. Pounds 12.95. WWF-UK, Panda House, Weyside Park, Goldalming, Surrey GU7 1XR. Tel: 01483 426444.

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