Series Name

Exploring maths: Tier 5 Class book

Part of the Exploring Maths KS3 series

Price
£20.25
ISBN
9781405844185
Availability
Available
Publication Date
October 2008
Format
Book

Ensure two levels of progress with Anita Straker and her team!

Strengthen your pupils’ understanding

The Exploring maths Class Books are organised into units to accompany the Teacher’s Book and are designed to help strengthen pupils’ understanding.

  • Includes activities, games and investigations that put maths in a real world context.
  • Worked examples at the beginning of each lesson help pupils work independently.
  • 3 levels of differentiation in each exercise help you pitch work at the right level.
  • Specific Functional Skills tasks focus on the important process skills.
  •  “How well are you doing?” levelled self-assessment tests help pupils see what they need to do to improve.
  • Interesting facts inform pupils about the cultural and social roots of maths.

 

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