MyMaths: for Key Stage 3: Student Book 3B by Dave Capewell, Derek Huby, Mike Heylings, Peter Mullarkey
  

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MyMaths: for Key Stage 3: Student Book 3B by Dave Capewell, Derek Huby, Mike Heylings, Peter Mullarkey

MyMaths for Key Stage 3 is the brand new course that works with MyMaths to fully deliver the new curriculum, allowing you to finally replace your tired old Framework materials. With a truly differentiated structure so that all abilities can access the new curriculum, the course is underpinned by a 'learn it once and learn it well' philosophy that enables coherent teaching and learning. All resources are written by teachers for teachers, so you can be confident that it will work practically in the classroom. This student book is for middle ability students nearing the end of Key Stage 3, and allows them to prepare for GCSE. Its emphasis on visible progression and visual engagement, combined with a focus on fluency, reasoning and problem-solving, makes this book an essential resource in your Key Stage 3 maths delivery. The innovative features My Summary, My Review, My Practice and My Assessment all provide a clear emphasis on students' appreciation of their own attainment, and engaging case studies show how maths is relevant to the students' world. With the unique direct links throughout to the MyMaths site, this book will help to bring maths alive for your average ability students.

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Format

Paperback
336 pages

Author

Dave Capewell, Derek Huby, Mike Heylings, Peter Mullarkey
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

9th January 2014

ISBN

9780198304661


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