Longman MathsWorks: Year 2 Assessing the Key Objectives by Tony Cotton
  

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Longman MathsWorks: Year 2 Assessing the Key Objectives by Tony Cotton

Here's how Longman MathsWorks will help you deliver the new Primary Framework: *Structured around the seven core learning strands with updated Planning Tool CD-ROMs to support the teaching of the new Primary Framework *Helps you assess children's progress with fully integrated Assessment for Learning throughout *Fully integrated ICT, using and applying, speaking and listening and cross-curricular links to ensure coverage of all aspects of the new Primary Framework *Problem solving is included both within lessons and a seperate discrete unit *The excellent teacher material provide fully differentiated support for the three part-lesson and include editable Planning CD-ROMs that help save time when creating medium-term and weekly plans *Incredible value for money is guaranteed with the pupil material, the only hardback Pupils' Books available for the price of paperbacks Series Editor: Dr Tony Cotton Series Consultant: Professor Ian Thompson

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Format

Paperback
40 pages

Author

Tony Cotton
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

4th October 2007

ISBN

9781405850155


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