Key Stage 3 National Tests

Mathematics

Author: Fiona C. Mapp

Publisher: Letts and Lonsdale

ISBN:

Category: Key Stage 3 National Tests

Page: 160

View: 446

This revision guide for Key Stage 3 Mathematics contains in-depth course coverage and advice on how to get the best results in the Year 9 National Test. It has progress check questions and exam practice questions.
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Key Maths 7/1

Author: David Baker

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 616

View: 256

These resources provide invaluable support within the Key Maths series for all mathematics teachers, whether specialists or non-specialist, experienced or new to the profession.
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Key Maths 7/2

Author: David Baker

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 636

View: 853

These resources provide invaluable support within the Key Maths series for all mathematics teachers, whether specialists or non-specialist, experienced or new to the profession.

New Maths Frameworking - Year 7

Author: Kevin Evans

Publisher: Collins Educational

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 64

View: 199

Year 7 Practice Book 3 is for students working at levels 5-6, helping them to progress with confidence from level 5 to level 6. With hundreds of levelled practice questions corresponding to topics covered in Year 7 Pupil Book 3, it is an ideal resource for extra class work, homework and for use in catch-up or summer classes.
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Mathematics in Action Plus

Author: G. Brown

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 144

View: 631

Maths in Action Plus Teacher's Resource Book 2 is linked to Students' Book 2 and contains: Photocopiable worksheets to support book exercises. Photocopiable resource sheets with games and activities. Notes on the curriculum compliance, teacher guidance and links with Maths in Action Book 2.
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New National Framework Mathematics

Author: M. J. Tipler

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Mathematics

Page: 378

View: 398

This Teacher Support file comprehensively supports the New National Framework Mathematics 8* pupil book, which is an ideal resource for lower ability pupils targeting National Curriculum Levels 4 -5.
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New Syllabus Primary Mathematics Textbook 5A

Author: Teh Pick Ching

Publisher: Shing Lee Publishers Pte Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page:

View: 583

�The New Syllabus Primary Mathematics (NSPM) series is designed and written based on the latest primary mathematics syllabus. In this series, the concrete to abstract approach is adopted to introduce new concepts. Vivid and stimulating illustrations are used throughout the series to enhance learning. The knowledge base is built incrementally as the pupils progress up the levels so as to consolidate the linkages among mathematical concepts. �The series aims to meet the learning needs of pupils from Primary One to Six. It comprises textbooks and workbooks at each level. Every worksheet in the workbook corresponds to each concept learnt. Textbook 3A comprises 7 chapters. Each chapter comprises the following sections: Do You Know? Relevant, thought-provoking questions are asked with regard to the real life situation presented at the beginning of each chapter to link Mathematics to daily life. Let's Learn �New concepts are explained in a straight-forward and interesting way. Creative and critical thinking, as well as an awareness of problem-solving strategies, are developed through worked examples in this section. Guided examples provide reinforcement and consolidation of the concepts taught. Let's Explore Active participation in exploration of the concepts learnt and creative application of Mathematics to daily life, including IT and hands-on activities, help to develop lifelong learners. Social skills such as effective communication, cooperation and team spirit are encouraged through group and pair work. Let's Think Opportunities are provided to develop higher order thinking skills and proficiency in applying the concepts learnt through non-routine and challenging questions. Let's Try Exercises are provided for pupils to develop their problem solving skills, so that pupils grow into confident and independent learners. Fun with Maths Mathematical concepts are extended beyond the boundaries of the classroom and taken into the realm of games and experiments to further engage and develop pupils' interest in Mathematics.
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ST(P) Mathematics

Author: L. Bostock

Publisher: Nelson Thornes

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 472

View: 250

A GRADED COURSE FOR KS 3 & 4 LEADING TO GCSE - KS 4 A BOOKS - designed for pupils working towards Level 7 - 8 at KS3, andhigher tiers at GCSE. ST(P) Mathematics offers very useful support to teachers and pupils through the PoS for Key Stages 3 and 4.
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New Syllabus Primary Mathematics Workbook 3B Part 2

Author: Lu Jitan

Publisher: Shing Lee Publishers Pte Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 92

View: 460

�The New Syllabus Primary Mathematics (NSPM) series is designed and written based on the latest primary mathematics syllabus. In this series, the concrete to abstract approach is adopted to introduce new concepts. Vivid and stimulating illustrations are used throughout the series to enhance learning. The knowledge base is built incrementally as the pupils progress up the levels so as to consolidate the linkages among mathematical concepts. �The series aims to meet the learning needs of pupils from Primary One to Six. It comprises textbooks and workbooks at each level. Every worksheet in the workbook corresponds to each concept learnt. Textbook 3A comprises 7 chapters. Each chapter comprises the following sections: Do You Know? Relevant, thought-provoking questions are asked with regard to the real life situation presented at the beginning of each chapter to link Mathematics to daily life. Let's Learn �New concepts are explained in a straight-forward and interesting way. Creative and critical thinking, as well as an awareness of problem-solving strategies, are developed through worked examples in this section. Guided examples provide reinforcement and consolidation of the concepts taught. Let's Explore Active participation in exploration of the concepts learnt and creative application of Mathematics to daily life, including IT and hands-on activities, help to develop lifelong learners. Social skills such as effective communication, cooperation and team spirit are encouraged through group and pair work. Let's Think Opportunities are provided to develop higher order thinking skills and proficiency in applying the concepts learnt through non-routine and challenging questions. Let's Try Exercises are provided for pupils to develop their problem solving skills, so that pupils grow into confident and independent learners. Fun with Maths Mathematical concepts are extended beyond the boundaries of the classroom and taken into the realm of games and experiments to further engage and develop pupils' interest in Mathematics.
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New Syllabus Primary Mathematics Workbook 4A Part 2

Author: Lu Jitan

Publisher: Shing Lee Publishers Pte Ltd

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 84

View: 950

�The New Syllabus Primary Mathematics (NSPM) series is designed and written based on the latest primary mathematics syllabus. In this series, the concrete to abstract approach is adopted to introduce new concepts. Vivid and stimulating illustrations are used throughout the series to enhance learning. The knowledge base is built incrementally as the pupils progress up the levels so as to consolidate the linkages among mathematical concepts. �The series aims to meet the learning needs of pupils from Primary One to Six. It comprises textbooks and workbooks at each level. Every worksheet in the workbook corresponds to each concept learnt. Textbook 3A comprises 7 chapters. Each chapter comprises the following sections: Do You Know? Relevant, thought-provoking questions are asked with regard to the real life situation presented at the beginning of each chapter to link Mathematics to daily life. Let's Learn �New concepts are explained in a straight-forward and interesting way. Creative and critical thinking, as well as an awareness of problem-solving strategies, are developed through worked examples in this section. Guided examples provide reinforcement and consolidation of the concepts taught. Let's Explore Active participation in exploration of the concepts learnt and creative application of Mathematics to daily life, including IT and hands-on activities, help to develop lifelong learners. Social skills such as effective communication, cooperation and team spirit are encouraged through group and pair work. Let's Think Opportunities are provided to develop higher order thinking skills and proficiency in applying the concepts learnt through non-routine and challenging questions. Let's Try Exercises are provided for pupils to develop their problem solving skills, so that pupils grow into confident and independent learners. Fun with Maths Mathematical concepts are extended beyond the boundaries of the classroom and taken into the realm of games and experiments to further engage and develop pupils' interest in Mathematics.