Cambridge Checkpoint Maths Student's Book 2 by Ric Pimentel, Terry Wall


Cambridge Checkpoint Maths Student's Book 2 by Ric Pimentel, Terry Wall

This widely-used and highly-respected Student's Book, for Cambridge Secondary 1 Maths, is fully matched to the Curriculum Framework, Cambridge Checkpoint Tests and the Cambridge Progression Tests. It includes sections on calculations and mental strategies that provide accessible guidance through these difficult topics. There are also chapters that focus on ICT, investigations and problem-solving, helping your students to apply Maths to real-life situations.

About the Author

Ric Pimentel and Terry Wall have extensive teaching experience and have been Heads of Department. In a thirty year teaching career Terry Wall has taught in Turkey and the USA. He ran training courses for teachers in England and abroad including courses for the University of Cambridge International Examinations at the International Conference for Teachers held at Robinson College in Cambridge. Ric Pimentel was a teacher trainer specialising in IT applications for three years, and is currently teaching Mathematics in Cambridge. In addition to the first editions of Checkpoint Maths, other titles by these authors also endorsed by the University of Cambridge International Examinations are IGCSE Mathematics (Extended Syllabus) and IGCSE Core Mathematics.

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264 pages


Ric Pimentel, Terry Wall
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Publication date

30th September 2011



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