Framework Maths: Year 7 Extension Teacher's Book by David Capewell
  

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Framework Maths: Year 7 Extension Teacher's Book by David Capewell

Framework Maths is a brand new course designed to match the pitch, pace and progression of the Framework for Teaching Mathematics at Key Stage 3. It will help you raise achievement by focusing on the ideals of raising expectations, strengthening progression, encouraging engagement, and transforming teaching and learning. This Teacher's Book has been written to help teach students working on the Extensive objectives outlined for year 7, and specially those students using Framework Maths 7E. The book offers all you need to implement effective lessons whatever your expertise: BLObjectives and useful resources identified at the start so that you can plan ahead BLPractical support for the three-part lesson, including mental starters BLExercise commentary so that you can differentiate effectively even within ability groups BLCommon misconceptions highlighted so you can help students overcome difficulties BLLots of ideas for engaging activities and investigations BLReference to materials on CD-ROM such as ICT activities, OHT's and homework Framework Maths comprises a Students' Book and a Teacher's Book for each year of Key Stage 3, at three tiers of ability: Support, Core and Extension. There is also a CD-ROM for each year, containing assessment and further resources.

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Format

Paperback
288 pages

Author

David Capewell
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

28th November 2002

ISBN

9780199148455


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