Cambridge Primary Ready to Go Lessons for Mathematics Stage 3 by Paul Broadbent
  

Cambridge Primary Ready to Go Lessons for Mathematics Stage 3

Written by Paul Broadbent
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Cambridge Primary Ready to Go Lessons for Mathematics Stage 3 by Paul Broadbent

Endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education. Save planning and preparation time with this flexible, ready-to-run bank of lessons that will develop the curriculum within your school.This bank of easy-to-use lesson plans is written by experienced teachers and examiners to support the revised Cambridge Primary curriculum framework. The lessons are based on the units of the schemes of work and model the teaching approaches in the Cambridge Primary Teacher Guides. They can be used to supplement an existing scheme or as a stand-alone resource.- Ensure coverage of the syllabus with an overview of the learning objectives- Save time with step-by-step lesson plans and photocopiable resources such as texts, games and activities- Check progress with assessment ideas and suggestions for success criteria

About the Author

Helen Lewis is an educational author who has written over 70 titles, co-authored dozens more and adapted more than 150 books for international markets.Paul Broadbent has written a wide range of Maths books and resources and is currently a full-time writer and consultant.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
192 pages

Author

Paul Broadbent
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

29th March 2013

ISBN

9781444177589


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