Mathematics Matters Grade 7 Teacher's Guide by Busisiwe Goba, Fatiema Stolk, Marthie Walt

Mathematics Matters Grade 7 Teacher's Guide

Written by Busisiwe Goba, Fatiema Stolk, Marthie Walt
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Mathematics Matters Grade 7 Teacher's Guide by Busisiwe Goba, Fatiema Stolk, Marthie Walt

Mathematics Matters is an innovative series that teaches learners the thought processes and problem-solving techniques required. It builds on prior knowledge and presents the content through clear explanations. This series will increase the learners' confidence and make mathematics fun. Learner's Book * Five modules that cover and integrate Learning Outcomes * A summary of Assessment Standards * Let's check! sections to help learners * Extension activities at the end of each module * A section with additional activities Teacher's Guide * Overview of the RNCS * A phase programme and grids showing Learning Outcomes, Assessment Standard and integration covered * A full work schedule & daily/weekly/year planner * Guidance on problem solving * Grids showing the skills, knowledge and values for the specific module * Lists of Critical and Developmental Outcomes covered * Photocopiable assessment grids * Information & answers to the problems in the Learner's Book

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176 pages


Busisiwe Goba, Fatiema Stolk, Marthie Walt
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Cambridge University Press

Publication date

27th September 2005



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