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Understanding Technical Graphics - Textbook & Workbook Set

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Publisher: Gill Education

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Understanding Technical Graphics is written for Junior Certificate students taking either Higher or Ordinary Level.

It is a textbook designed to be actively used by students, and not just to be read.

  • The inclusion of logos, real-life objects and CAD models will stimulate students interest in the subject matter.
  • Exam-type questions are included throughout, as are worked examples and exercises, ensuring excellent preparation for the Junior Certificate exam.
  • Refreshing in its use of colour, examples and approach to topics, Understanding Technical Graphics carefully balances text and graphics.
  • The clutter-free layout, along with the artwork and photos which accompany the technical graphics, will immediately appeal to students.
  • Explanations and examples are deliberately kept short, in the interests of clarity.
  • Covering the syllabus comprehensively, Understanding Technical Graphics, together with its workbook, will give students a thorough grasp of the key principles of Plane and Descriptive Geometry which form the basis of the course.

School Level: Secondary

Class: Junior Cert

Subject: Technical Graphics

ISBN-10: 0717138291

ISBN-13: 9780717138296

Barcode: 9780717138296

Publisher: Gill Education

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Author: Gabriel Wade

Product: Book

Format: Softback

Edition: 1st Edition

Language: English

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Understanding Technical Graphics is written for Junior Certificate students taking either Higher or Ordinary Level.

It is a textbook designed to be actively used by students, and not just to be read.

  • The inclusion of logos, real-life objects and CAD models will stimulate students interest in the subject matter.
  • Exam-type questions are included throughout, as are worked examples and exercises, ensuring excellent preparation for the Junior Certificate exam.
  • Refreshing in its use of colour, examples and approach to topics, Understanding Technical Graphics carefully balances text and graphics.
  • The clutter-free layout, along with the artwork and photos which accompany the technical graphics, will immediately appeal to students.
  • Explanations and examples are deliberately kept short, in the interests of clarity.
  • Covering the syllabus comprehensively, Understanding Technical Graphics, together with its workbook, will give students a thorough grasp of the key principles of Plane and Descriptive Geometry which form the basis of the course.

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