The Shanghai Maths Project - Teacher’s Guide 6B

Paperback

The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide part B, along with part A, provides teachers with all the support they need to deliver the programme of study as part of a mastery approach. It takes teachers through each topic, explains mathematical contexts and provides teaching ideas and activities for whole-class, intervention and enrichment.

The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide 6B, together with The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide 6A, provides teachers with all the support they need to deliver the Year 6 maths programme of study as part of a mastery approach to teaching. Contents include:
• Comprehensive introduction, including guidance on mastery, variation theory, the concrete pictorial abstract (CPA) approach
• Recommended teaching sequence and planning support
• Units of teaching, with suggested activities for whole-class instruction, methods and suggested activities to provide same-day intervention and same-day enrichment (mastery with greater depth).

RRP: £110.00

ISBN

978-0-00-822606-0

Publication Date

30-11-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

528 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

David Bird, Linda Glithro, Paul Hodge, Jo Lees, Richard Perring and Paul Wrangles, Series edited by Amanda Simpson

The author team is led by Series Editor Amanda Simpson, expert in the teaching of primary mathematics and a mastery specialist. She holds a PhD in children’s mathematics development, and is the former Director for Primary at the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM).

Product Description

The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide part B, along with part A, provides teachers with all the support they need to deliver the programme of study as part of a mastery approach. It takes teachers through each topic, explains mathematical contexts and provides teaching ideas and activities for whole-class, intervention and enrichment.

The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide 6B, together with The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide 6A, provides teachers with all the support they need to deliver the Year 6 maths programme of study as part of a mastery approach to teaching. Contents include:
• Comprehensive introduction, including guidance on mastery, variation theory, the concrete pictorial abstract (CPA) approach
• Recommended teaching sequence and planning support
• Units of teaching, with suggested activities for whole-class instruction, methods and suggested activities to provide same-day intervention and same-day enrichment (mastery with greater depth).

ISBN

978-0-00-822606-0

Publication Date

30-11-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

528 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide part B, along with part A, provides teachers with all the support they need to deliver the programme of study as part of a mastery approach. It takes teachers through each topic, explains mathematical contexts and provides teaching ideas and activities for whole-class, intervention and enrichment.

The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide 6B, together with The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guide 6A, provides teachers with all the support they need to deliver the Year 6 maths programme of study as part of a mastery approach to teaching. Contents include:
• Comprehensive introduction, including guidance on mastery, variation theory, the concrete pictorial abstract (CPA) approach
• Recommended teaching sequence and planning support
• Units of teaching, with suggested activities for whole-class instruction, methods and suggested activities to provide same-day intervention and same-day enrichment (mastery with greater depth).

Author

David Bird, Linda Glithro, Paul Hodge, Jo Lees, Richard Perring and Paul Wrangles, Series edited by Amanda Simpson

The author team is led by Series Editor Amanda Simpson, expert in the teaching of primary mathematics and a mastery specialist. She holds a PhD in children’s mathematics development, and is the former Director for Primary at the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM).