GCSE Maths Functional Skills: Student Book Edexcel and AQA by Andrew Bennington, Andrew Manning, Naomi Norman
  

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GCSE Maths Functional Skills: Student Book Edexcel and AQA by Andrew Bennington, Andrew Manning, Naomi Norman

Put the fun into functional skills with specially written engaging real-life situations that use mathematics. Students will become confident in applying maths to a range of problems that prepare them for work and life. Ready-to-use tasks can be slotted into everyday GCSE Maths lessons to cover Level 1 and Level 2 functional skills. * Develop problem solving skills with 40 totally new and inspiring topics, some familiar and some unfamiliar, grouped into three sections: beginner, improver, advanced * Build, apply and secure the functional and process skills that are integral to the 2010 GCSE Maths Specifications * Challenge students at all levels with open questions that can be approached in different ways * Encourage discussion and collaboration between students to encourage team work and responsibility * Make mathematics relevant and useful, with scenarios such as Coastguard Search and Rescue, and Investigating Design and Cost in Tea Bag Production * Promote self-assessment with 'How did you find these tasks?' questions at the end of each topic

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Format

Paperback
160 pages

Author

Andrew Bennington, Andrew Manning, Naomi Norman
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

21st December 2010

ISBN

9780007410064


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