Pass Your KS3 Maths: Shape, Space and Measures by Andrew Brodie
  

Synopsis

Pass Your KS3 Maths: Shape, Space and Measures by Andrew Brodie

This series is aimed at less able students who simply want to pass their KS3 SATs but also those who could do even better given the right guidance and reassurance. The books are deliberately short and unintimidating and take KS3 students through basic concepts using Andrew Brodie's carefully planned step-by-step approach. Tricky topics are broken down into manageable stages with lots of worked examples to illustrate every stage. Providing re-assurance and giving students confidence is a key feature of this series. A pull-out answer section with accompanying explanations means that these books can be used equally well at home with individuals or in a school setting with groups of students.

About the Author

Andrew Brodie was a primary headteacher for twelve years. He began writing his best-selling educational books in 1992 and his rapidly expanding range of books has grown from strength to strength. He continues to teach on a regular basis.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Andrew Brodie
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Publisher

Andrew Brodie Publications an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC

Publication date

1st January 2006

ISBN

9780713675368


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