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IB Biology

Student Edition (2nd Edition)

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Suitability Addresses the new curriculum (starting September 2014). International Baccalaureate Biology Diploma Program. Content and learning objectives address the core and AHL content.
ISBN 978-1-927173-93-0
Edition 2014 (2nd Edition)
Format Paperback
Number of Pages 450
Size 210 x 297 mm
Colour Two-color (black & blue)
Testimonial: Great
Great background info/summaries & great questions.

Ramon Reeves
Teacher/Department Chair
North Atlanta High School

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Testimonial: Love It!
I have been using the biology book and love it! My ELL (English-language learners) students can easily understand the way the content is presented!!

Carrie Ann Sharitt
Duluth High School

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Product Description


  • Cell Biology
  • Molecular Biology
  • Genetics
  • Ecology
  • Evolution and Biodiversity
  • Human Physiology
  • AHL: Nucleic acids
  • AHL: Metabolism, Cell Respiration, and Photosynthesis
  • AHL: Plant Biology
  • AHL: Genetics and Evolution
  • AHL: Animal Physiology
  • Appendix 1 Science Practices

The second edition of BIOZONE’s popular student workbook for IB Biology provides the core and AHL content in a single, comprehensive volume. The workbook’s structure accommodates both an integrated and spiral approaches to the course, with core material for both SL and HL material clearly identified and easily located.

Each chapter is prefaced with clear learning objectives based on the Understandings, Skills, and Applications central to the IB Diploma Program for Biology. Objectives and content to address Theory of Knowledge and International-mindedness are integrated throughout.

New features include the use of an activity numbering system and cross referencing to linked content, facilitating easy use of the workbook and addressing utilizations throughout. The activities, which form the bulk of the workbook, provide highly visual, student-friendly delivery of content. Activities are concept based and have been written specifically to develop skills in critical thinking, data analysis, and problem solving in students of all abilities.

This new edition marks a major content revision to address the new curriculum starting September 2014.


  • Diagrams, illustrations and photographs

    Clear, uncomplicated diagrams, illustrations, and photographs support and reinforce the text.

  • Key Ideas

    The introduction to each activity is prefaced by a key idea, summarizing the primary focus of the activity.

  • End of chapter synoptic activities

    End of chapter synoptic activities provide a means of self-testing or assessment. They focus on the understanding of content and vocabulary.

  • Weblinks

    A wide variety of over 320 engaging activities facilitate effective differential instruction. Introduce, consolidate, extend, and test using the same workbook.

  • Literacy and comprehension

    A literacy and comprehension activity concludes each chapter, testing knowledge of important terms, synthesis of information, and understanding of basic concepts. A perfect synoptic self-test for students.

  • Syllabus and Cross-curricula Links

    BIOZONE's unique tab system identifies utilizations, making connections to related concepts across the entire IB Biology syllabus.

  • TOK and International-Mindedness

    Specific indicators to these components of the syllabus are made in the introduction to each chapter and throughout the workbook. Students are encouraged through questions and visual material to address them in context as appropriate.

  • Understandings, Applications, and Skills

    The understandings, applications, and skills required for each topic are summarized in a series of learning objectives that provide the IB learner with performance expectations. Key terms arising from these provide the basis of the literacy activities that conclude each topic.

  • Write-On Activities

    A wide variety of over 320 engaging activities facilitate effective differential instruction. Introduce, consolidate, extend, and test using the same workbook.

  • Group 4 Experimental Skills and Mathematical Requirements

    These components of the syllabus are addressed in two complementary ways. Data handling and interpretation activities are integrated throughout the workbook, provide real-world scenarios in context. A comprehensive concluding chapter supports this, covering basic planning, computational, and graphing skills to be used in skill development and consolidation, and as a reference.

  • Group 4 Aims


    Over 320 varied and engaging activities provide ample opportunity for students to address and meet the Group 4 aims. The wide range of tasks facilitates effective differential instruction; introduce, consolidate, extend, and test using the same workbook.