Oxford GCSE Maths for Edexcel: Higher Teacher's Guide by Chris Green
  

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Oxford GCSE Maths for Edexcel: Higher Teacher's Guide by Chris Green

This book has been specifically written for the new two-tier Edexcel linear GCSE specification for first examination in 2008. The book is targeted at the D to B grade range in the Higher tier GCSE, and it comprises units organised clearly into lesson plans. Each unit offers: BLPrior knowledge identified at the start so teachers are fully prepared to teach the topic BLTeaching objectives identified so it is clear what students need to know BLUseful resources suggested, including links to the interactive CD-ROM, to help teachers plan engaging lessons BLPractical support for the lesson, including mental starters and plenaries BLExercise commentary so that teachers can differentiate effectively even within ability groups BLWorked solutions to past Edexcel questions so that teachers can help students revise This guide forms part of a series of four teacher guides at GCSE, in which the other three books cater for grade ranges G to E, E to C and B to A*.

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Format

Spiral bound
428 pages

Author

Chris Green
More books by Chris Green

Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

25th May 2006

ISBN

9780199150915


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