Making Sense of Maths: The Power of Number - Workbook (häftad)
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Hodder Education
Full colour illustrations throughout
241 x 170 x 7 mm
165 g
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Making Sense of Maths: The Power of Number - Workbook (häftad)

Making Sense of Maths: The Power of Number - Workbook

Number Operations, Ratio Tables, Negative Numbers, Primes & Indices

Häftad, Engelska, 2012-11-30


Making Sense of Maths is the only series that develops conceptual understanding. This series will motivate, engage and develop the conceptual understanding of students at KS3 and KS4. Students build their own problem solving strategies based on their understanding of the world around them which then support them to tackle functional questions. The write-in workbook provides students with an opportunity to consolidate and apply techniques they have learnt from the student book activities that build mathematical understanding from within real world contexts. Answers to the exercises are provided in the teacher book. Making Sense of Maths has been based on Realistic Maths Education (RME) and extensively trialled in KS3 and KS4 classrooms in the UK by a team from Manchester Metropolitan University. - Use alongside existing resources or on its own - Ideal for Year 10s heading for the C/D borderline - Ideal for intervention groups - Supports the move from modular to linear specifications by improving knowledge retention - Provides support for good teaching and learning under the current Ofsted criteria
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Paul Dickinson taught maths in UK Comprehensive schools for over 20 years. He is now a Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, where he works with trainee teachers and develops and trials classroom materials based on RME(Realistic Maths Education). Stella Dudzic taught for 22 years in secondary schools, including 9 years as head of department. She is currently Programme Leader for Curriculum at MEI and regularly leads CPD for teachers. She is also a Principal Examiner. Frank Eade has worked in mathematics education for over 25 years. He is particularly interested in using realistic situations to give students access to mathematics and in using students beliefs and misconceptions to help them move forward in mathematics. Steve Gough taught maths for 20 years, 10 years as Head of Maths, in schools in Greater Manchester. Since 2008 he has been a Senior Lecturer in Maths Education at Manchester Metropolitan University and has worked with teachers to develop the 'Making Sense of Maths' series. Sue Hough is a Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University and has spent the last 6 years developing materials for 'Making Sense of Maths'. Previously Sue spent 18 years teaching maths in 11 - 18 schools and worked as a head of Maths.


Chapter 1: Whole numbers 1.1 Jumping on number lines 1.2 Tiled walls 1.3 Tiling for multiplication 1.4 Ratio tables 1.5 Division in a ratio table Chapter 2: Measure for measure 2.1 Reading scales 2.2 Measurements 2.3 Heights of celebrities 2.4 Motorway routes in England and Wales 2.5 Rounding numbers Chapter 3: Using ratio tables 3.1 Recipes 3.2 More ratio tables 3.3 Journeys 3.4 Review Chapter 4: The positives and the negatives 4.1 Comparing the highs and the lows 4.2 Mixing spells 4.3 Shorthand spells 4.4 Multiple spells 4.5 All kinds of spells Chapter 5: The building blocks of numbers 5.1 How many can you cross off? 5.2 Sieving through numbers 5.3 Seeing the common multiples Chapter 6: Big numbers 6.1 Powers of ten 6.2 The chessboard 6.3 Powers on the chessboard 6.4 The laws of indices 6.5 True or false? GCSE exam-style questions