Mathematics Bringing Citizenship to Life in the Maths Classroom by Peter Wright, Margot Brown
  

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Mathematics Bringing Citizenship to Life in the Maths Classroom by Peter Wright, Margot Brown

With this book secondary school teachers can teach Mathematics and Citizenship at the same time. The book addresses all the human rights challenges of Citizenship education withing the context of the secondary mathematics classroom. Its 30 thought-provoking, entertaining and multicultural activities have been developed by teachers and fully trialled in a range of schools. Each activity is accompanied by comprehensive teachers' notes and a resource sheet for photocopying. Each activity is clearly linked to the relevant attainment target and level in the mathematics curriculum of England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. This book is part of an innovative series, Human Rights in the Curriculum , designed to be of value to teachers, teacher educators and those working in human rights education, Citizenship education and related areas. Other books in the series include French , Spanish , Geography , History and Religious Education .

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Format

Spiral bound
84 pages

Author

Peter Wright, Margot Brown
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Publisher

Amnesty International UK

Publication date

11th April 2002

ISBN

9781873328491


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