ICT Matters 2 Teachers Book Year 8 by Liz Hankin, David Sutton, David Dunn


ICT Matters 2 Teachers Book Year 8 by Liz Hankin, David Sutton, David Dunn

This teachers' book contains: lesson-by-lesson guidance on how to use the scheme to deliver the KS3 curriculum using the DfES' sample teaching units; clear mapping to the Framework teaching objectives and the QCA Scheme of Work, making it easy for teachers to develop their own path through the materials; guidance on how to differentiate the tasks in the Pupil Book by outcome; suggestions for adapting tasks for less able pupils and an extension task for each unit to challenge very able pupils; a range of alternative starters, and suggested plenaries and homeworks for each lesson; andadditional assessment tasks, including one cross-curricular task for each unit, and detailed guidance on assessing NC levels.

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Spiral bound
152 pages


Liz Hankin, David Sutton, David Dunn
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Publication date

5th November 2004



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