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Improve mathematical skills and understanding with the only resource written specifically for the Caribbean region and published in association with City & Guilds. This resource is ideal for students, trainees and adults who desire to improve their mathematical skills whether in preparation for further education or for employment opportunities. - Thoroughly and systematically explore topics across each level with clear explanations, worked examples, tasks and test your knowledge multiple choice activities. - Focus your learning on the key concepts and strategies with learner tips and helpful reminders throughout. - Provides comprehensive coverage of all three certification levels, with content written by experienced examiners. - Get exam ready with clear objectives which indicate the skills to be developed and the area of the examination targeted. - Gain understanding of complex mathematical concepts with everyday transactional uses of mathematics.
Regular practice is essential to achieving mastery. The write-in Year 1 Practice Book C provides carefully structured practice, including variation, for all concepts in the Textbooks. They help children to embed and consolidate their conceptual understanding and dig deeper into concepts through intelligent practice. To be used with the Rising Stars Mathematics Textbook with further practice books available; Rising Stars Mathematics Year 1 Practice Book A 9781783398102 and Rising Stars Mathematics Year 1 Practice Book B 9781783398119.
Alan Turing: code-breaker, mathematician, father of modern computing. Award-winning children's author, Joanna Nadin, explores the extraordinary life of code-cracking genius, Alan Turing. A Life Story: This gripping series throws the reader directly into the lives of modern society's most influential figures. With striking black-and-white illustration along with timelines and never-heard-before facts. Also in the series: Katherine Johnson: A Life Story Stephen Hawking: A Life Story Rosalind Franklin: A Life Story
Purposeful practice for Year 11 Maths with small steps and varied practice in key concepts for GCSE 9-1, problem solving, and end of unit tests. The approach is based on the leading Maths programme delivered in Shanghai. The Shanghai Maths Project is an authentic Shanghai resource adapted for the English curriculum. * 1 workbook per year * 8-10 chapters, made up of exercises (one lesson, one exercise) * End of unit tests, end of year test * Learning objective at top of each exercise, so teachers can see gradual progression * Full coverage of UK curriculum objectives
Incredible historical stories explore the often surprising origins of the maths we use today, from number sequences to trigonometry. Crazy facts, magic tricks, and mathematical brainteasers will amuse and entertain even the most reluctant math students. Find out why an hour has 60 rather than 100 minutes and how codes keep our secrets safe. Colourful and uncluttered illustrations make mathematical explanations easy to grasp in seconds and make this user-friendly book simple to navigate and a joy to browse and read. What's the Point of Maths? is perfect for those who need some inspiration when it comes to numbers. It combines stories from history with simple visual explanations to bring maths to life. From measuring a pyramid to predicting comets, from counting like the Babylonians to becoming a trillionaire, it shows children why core maths ideas were discovered and invented and how to apply them today - in the classroom and the real world! Accompanying the fascinating stories are puzzles, games, and amazing facts, as well as a lively challenge to help bring each of the topics to life. Stylish, colourful illustrations make the maths fun and unintimidating, while simple diagrams and steps make explanations easy to grasp in seconds. Throughout the book, worked examples show readers how to solve simple maths challenges, encouraging children to improve their maths skills with hands-on practice.
The Primary Maths for Scotland Early Level Record Book can be used to assess achievement of the early level benchmarks and to demonstrate mastery of early level. This is a pupil-facing booklet which can be used as a formative or summative assessment of a child's mastery of the early level benchmarks. * Each page requires the child to complete an exercise to demonstrate mastery of an aspect of the early level curriculum * Mastery of the entire early level curriculum can be demonstrated by completing the Record Book * Can be used as evidence of attainment as well as an assessment check for the teacher * Helps support children moving into a more formal setting and beginning first level * No pupil-facing text to obscure the mathematics * Friendly, colourful and engaging pages make the books fun for children
This Teacher Guide covers all of first level, and is intended to be used alongside Textbooks 1A, 1B and 1C. It supports teachers in ensuring their pupils' conceptual understanding alongside procedural fluency, mastering maths at their own pace. It is the first Teacher Guide for Scotland completely aligned to the benchmarks. Primary Maths for Scotland first Level Teacher Guide is a planning and teaching support manual for delivering the entire first level numeracy and mathematics Curriculum for Excellence which can fit in with teachers' existing planning, resources and scheme of work. * Lots of support for planning and teaching * Packed with ideas for active learning * Identifies potential misconceptions and how to address them * Helps teachers save time with resource lists and key vocabulary * Clear layout for teachers to dip in and out and quickly reference content they need * Supports teachers' own CPD, with lots of information about teaching for mastery, using the concept, pictorial, abstract approach, and ensuring conceptual understanding alongside procedural fluency
This Teacher Guide is a planning and teaching support manual for delivering the early level numeracy and mathematics Curriculum for Excellence. It is a flexible resource which can be used alongside teachers' existing planning, resources and scheme of work. It is the first Teacher Guide for Scotland completely aligned to the benchmarks. * Provides lots of support for planning and delivering the early level curriculum * Packed with creative ideas for numeracy stations and numerate play as well as group and whole-class work * Supports teachers' own CPD, with lots of information about teaching for mastery, using the concept, pictorial, abstract approach, and ensuring conceptual understanding alongside procedural fluency * Guidance on questioning and observing assists teachers to make judgements about pupils' achievement * Identifies potential misconceptions and how to address them * Helps teachers save time with resource lists and key vocabulary * Clear layout for teachers to dip in and out and quickly reference content they need