The Framework for teaching Mathematics strongly advocates the use of games as part of the daily maths lesson. Three packs of purpose-driven games, one at Key Stage 1 and two at Key Stage 2, help you make group and pair work fun as well as meaningful during the lesson.
• Is teacher-led for younger years to ensure clarity of purpose for pupils
• Consolidates main teaching points and creates an excellent forum for discussion
• Has full colour illustrations with child-friendly themes and contexts to maintain motivation
• Includes teaching notes and references to lesson plan objectives for ease-of-use
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Rapid Maths allows individuals or pairs to practise skills in the objectives of the Calculations strand of the Framework, using ITC. The content is also suitable for the relevant Scottish 5-14 Guidelines.
Each disk has four games, each with 3 levels of difficulty; two quizzes, each with 3 levels of difficulty, plus recording and diagnostic facilities for the teacher. (There are no quizzes at Reception level)
Pupils select their name from a list pre-recorded by the teacher. Quizzes are timed and the results recorded. Questions are random as default but can be pre-set by the teacher.
Rapid Maths gives constructive feedback, such as number lines or hundred squares, when pupils have difficulties.
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Book Description Collins Educational, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 3153061