New Maths in Action S1/2 Teacher's Resource CD-ROM by Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, G. Marra, Edward C.K. Mullan
  

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New Maths in Action S1/2 Teacher's Resource CD-ROM by Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, G. Marra, Edward C.K. Mullan

Each CD-ROM contains editable 5-14 Guidelines for all levels to assist with planning and preparation. An option to print resources as an A5 booklet provides an ideal resource for pupils to take home rather than taking the textbooks home. There is a CD-ROM available to accompany each Pupil Book.

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Format

CD-ROM
Interest Age: 11-12

Author

Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, G. Marra, Edward C.K. Mullan
More books by Doug Brown, Robin D. Howat, G. Marra, Edward C.K. Mullan

Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd
www.nelsonthornes.com

Publication date

16th June 2004

ISBN

9780748785636


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