Basic Mathematics for Ghana Teacher's Guide by Mathematical Association of Ghana, S. Gyimah, E. Wilmot
  

Basic Mathematics for Ghana Teacher's Guide

Written by Mathematical Association of Ghana, S. Gyimah, E. Wilmot
Illustrated by
Part of the Maths for Primary Schools Series

RRP £4.10

Synopsis

Basic Mathematics for Ghana Teacher's Guide by Mathematical Association of Ghana, S. Gyimah, E. Wilmot

The main features of the course are: * A varied, activity-based approach to learning * The development of problem-solving skills and life skills * A wide variety of exercises, testing and assessment materials * Many colourful illustrations to provide stimulus * A comprehensive supporting Teacher's Guide, which provides clear guidance and lesson plans for the teacher, additional opportunities for testing, and Answers.

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Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Mathematical Association of Ghana, S. Gyimah, E. Wilmot
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

24th May 2004

ISBN

9780582439320


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