Maths in Practice: Pupil's Book Year 8, bk. 1
Maths in Practice gives every pupil the confidence to become a successful learner. The course lays the foundations for good teaching and learning of mathematics through the key concepts outlined in the secondary curriculum review. These concepts include competence in mathematical procedures, creativity, and understanding and using mathematics. The full range and content of the curriculum are covered and reinforced through practice of essential mathematical skills and processes. Each chapter covers a particular attainment target (Number, Algebra, Geometry and Measures or Statistics) and they are presented in a possible teaching order. 'Each chapter includes: - Learning aims - Prior knowledge - Vocabulary - Activities (including starters and plenaries) - Definitions - Examples to try - Investigations - Challenges - Questions (including Functional Skills and SATs-style) This Pupil's Book covers work at levels 4 to 5 and is fully supported by a Teacher's Book and Practice Book. A Dynamic Learning CD is also available, including interactive activities and animations as well as Personal Tutor examples to support the work in the Pupil's Book.
Dynamic Learning enables users to navigate interactive pages or menus and launch a wealth of resources. It makes personalised learning a reality, arranging resources in a way that suits you, whether you are a student or a teacher, bringing learning to life. The tools and resources provided also enable teachers to build their own lessons, populate a VLE with content and use a digital whiteboard to full effect. Visit our website to find out more about this unique electronic resource. www.dynamic-learning.co.uk