Department Store Maths by Dr. Nancy Mills, Dr. Graham Lawler
  

Synopsis

Department Store Maths by Dr. Nancy Mills, Dr. Graham Lawler

Department store Shopping is a life skill that is rarely taught. That is the purpose behind this book, to enable children and young people to acquire experience and to be able to reflect on that experience. It is written as a black line master with a cd of worksheets for the busy teacher. It is particularly useful for ks3/4 and for those students in FE who have are following skills for life/adult skills/basic skills courses. It will also be of interest to teachers in prisons and workplace trainers who need to upskill trainees. This is a flexible resource that will be of use to Welsh teachers for essential skills Wales, other teachers for functional skills and will fit well into the Scottish Curriculum for Excellence. The book also covers issues like the use of the Euro and setting up home. The whole purpose of this book is to encourage young poeple to think about money and their attitudes to it.

About the Author

Dr Nancy Mills is a highly experienced teacher and author. Dr Graham Lawler is a UK recognised expert in education. He is a regular broadcaster on the BBC and gives talks on education issues to a wide variety of audiences including the Global Education Technology Summits in London and Toronto. Dr Lawler is the creator of the British Debt to wealth system and is author of Back to the Black, a book on debt elimination, also available from Aber Publishing.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
44 pages

Author

Dr. Nancy Mills, Dr. Graham Lawler
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Publisher

Aber Education an imprint of GLMP Ltd

Publication date

30th October 2013

ISBN

9781842850190


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