KS3 Maths Progress Student Book Delta 3 by


KS3 Maths Progress Student Book Delta 3 by

Highly motivating differentiated Student Books develop confidence, fluency and problem-solving, supporting progression: *Full ability range: Pi (Tier 1), Theta (Tier 2) and Delta (Tier 3)* Unit structure based on mastery lessons, formative test, consolidation and extension lessons and a summative unit test* Reflection (metacognition) is explicitly encouraged to build perseverance and confidence* STEM and Finance lessons highlight these important links to using maths in real life* Reasoning and Problem-solving are nurtured in preparation for progressing to GCSE If you're an institution you can get the answers for this book as a free download.If you are a parent or tutor please contact customer services at customersolutions@pearson.com who will send you the download directly.

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19th November 2014



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