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Primary Maths : Resources and Teacher Ideas for Every Objective of the 2014 Curriculum - 6

By: Way, Clare

184654761X / 9781846547614
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210 x 290 mm, 380 grams 103 pages
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Each book in the Primary Maths series includes: at least one activity page for each objective comprehensive teachers notes to accompany each activity additional teachers notes on activities and games assessment checklists additional photocopiable resources interactive whiteboard resources available to download.

The Year 3 books in the Primary Maths series are: Primary Maths - Number Primary Maths - Measurement, Geometry and Statistics The Primary Maths series provides teachers with a number of varied and challenging activities.

At least one activity, often more, is provided for each objective of the Primary National Curriculum for Mathematics.

Suggestions for using the activities in this book: Objective: Decide which curriculum objective you wish to address and choose the appropriate activity page(s). Oral work and mental calculation starter: Choose which oral and mental activities you will use, from the list provided, to introduce the lesson or sharpen pupils' skills. Some of the activities have accompanying interactive whiteboard activities to help introduce the lesson and capture pupils' attention. These activities should occupy the first 5 - 10 minutes of the lesson. Main teaching activity: Decide how much teacher input you will provide for the main activity and whether pupils will be working individually, in pairs or as a group. Depending upon the abilities of the pupils in your class, decide whether any additional activities will be needed, from the list provided, or whether these can be used during subsequent lessons. This activity should occupy approximately 40 minutes.

Plenary: Decide what opportunities will be provided during the plenary session.

Will pupils be given the opportunity to share and explain work, compare strategies used or summarise the key facts they have learnt? Think about how you can use the plenary session to assess pupils' progress and therefore inform your future planning. The plenary should occupy the final 15 minutes of the lesson.

Includes interactive CD


YQM Educational: Mathematics & numeracy

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