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Simon and Schuster How to Dissect Book, Fourth Edition, 12 Specimen, 224 Pages

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Are your students cut out for dissection? They will be after reading and trying out hands-on, step-by-step dissection instructions from this "How To Dissect: Exploring With Probe and Scalpel - Special Projects for Advanced Study" paperback by William Berman. A perfect choice for beginners, this 224-page manual is an easy-to-read (and implement) guide for both students and instructors. Specific dissection guided projects cover 12 common specimen both big and small (earthworm, crayfish, grasshopper, starfish, squid, dogfish shark, perch, frog, fetal pig, and gladiolus perennial). Updated book is 4th Edition and published in June of 1985. William Berman is the retired Chairman of the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences at S.J. Tilden High School (in Brooklyn, New York). Content and dissection activities best for Middle School grades, ages 11 to 14.
  • How to Dissect book is an easy-to-follow beginner's guide to doing simple to complex dissections of 12 different common specimen
  • Specimen include everything from sea creatures (crayfish, perch, and more) to perennial flowers (gladiolus) to the more complex fetal pig
  • Detailed, accurate illustrations throughout step-by-step dissection book provide easy before, during, and after assessment of dissection
  • Guided projects and study guides are useful for both instructors (for teaching) and students (for learning and conducting dissections by themselves or as groupwork)
  • Dissect book guide is a timeless addition to your Middle School science classes, clubs, or as general introduction to dissection with probe and scalpel