KS3 Maths Intervention Step 1 Workbook by Chris Pearce
  

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KS3 Maths Intervention Step 1 Workbook by Chris Pearce

Ensure all pupils make progress relative to their starting points with quick and early intervention at any point in KS3 or GCSE maths. Step 1 write-in workbook roughly equates to the previous national curriculum level 3. * Easy to use for one-to-one with parents/mentors/tutors/teachers/non specialists * Help all students to make progress with clear guidance and practice on the page * Developed with the Head of Maths at Colne Community College, Brightlingsea, which has recently achieved an outstanding in Ofsted and improved GCSE results year on year * Secure catch-up money with an accompanying customisable letter to send to parents, teaching assistants etc. to explain the course and help with giving feedback in the books * Slot into your timetable with hours of work specified in the contents list * Encourage pupils with the appropriate grown-up design that looks similar to main textbooks * Focus on basic skills and fluency * Show how it's done with a worked example, then practice questions to check understanding * Traffic-light progress and confidence with the planning grid of contents * Measure progress at the end of each strand with the comments, next steps and misconceptions box to fill in * Develop fluency with short mental maths tests at the back * Celebrate progress with the certificate of achievement at the back * Use in conjunction with Collins diagnostic assessment and the rest of the Maths Frameworking course * Access answers online

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Chris Pearce
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Publisher


www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

9th January 2014

ISBN

9780007537662


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