1999 Abacus Year 2 / P3: Teacher Cards by
  

1999 Abacus Year 2 / P3: Teacher Cards

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Part of the New Abacus (1999) Series

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1999 Abacus Year 2 / P3: Teacher Cards by

Each unit in the New Abacus programme begins with whole-class teaching. All the direct teaching to introduce a concept is on the front of the Teacher Card; the back has: further teaching; references to differentiated practical activities, workbook or textbook pages and photocopy masters.

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Loose-leaf
128 pages

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Publisher

Ginn an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

20th April 1999

ISBN

9780602290450


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