The Cambridge Mathematics Dictionary for Schools (Isixhosa Translation) by PRAESA University of Cape Town, Karen Press, Zola Wababa, Keith Welman
  

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The Cambridge Mathematics Dictionary for Schools (Isixhosa Translation) by PRAESA University of Cape Town, Karen Press, Zola Wababa, Keith Welman

This dictionary covers all the mathematics terminology needed in the Intermediate and Senior Phase classroom and this has been presented by the authors in an interesting, creative and learner-friendly way. Written in a language that is easily accessible to non-mother tongue speakers aged 10 to 15, this dictionary contains around 1000 definitions of mathematical concepts and words drawn from the Outcomes-based curriculum. Words are explained using truly South African examples and strong visuals to contextualise, explain and reinforce concepts.

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Paperback
256 pages

Author

PRAESA University of Cape Town, Karen Press, Zola Wababa, Keith Welman
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

1st January 2011

ISBN

9780521130103


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