Collins Cambridge IGCSE™ - Cambridge IGCSE™ Economics Teacher’s Guide

Paperback

Collins Cambridge IGCSE ® Economics Teacher Guide supports the Student Book by providing full and comprehensive guidance on how to teach the course, with clear lesson notes and syllabus information.

Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education
First teaching: 2018 First examination: 2020

The Teacher Guide supports the new IGCSE Economics syllabus (0455) as well as the Cambridge O-level syllabus (2281) and has been carefully developed to meet the needs of teachers in international schools.

  • Updated syllabus for first examination 2020, for first teaching 2018
  • Chapters and units follow the same book order as the Student Book
  • Introductory section outlines the features in the book and suggests ways to use each part
  • Units follow the same structure as the Student Book so that it is straightforward for teachers to work through
  • Suggestions given on how to teach each unit
  • Guidance given on assessing Knowledge Check questions and end-of-chapter exercises
  • Additional notes on classroom skills, to help teachers with areas such as classroom management, building language skills, setting up group work, and building student confidence
  • Support given for non-subject specialists, with any required introductory background or prior knowledge explained at the beginning of each unit for those who need it
  • Guidance given on how to use the questions and how and when to assess students’ responses
  • Suggested review questions for remedial or revision work
  • Notes on case studies, projects and other activities
  • Ideas for extension work, extension topics and research
  • Suggestions for additional collaborative activities to foster communication and presentation skills
  • Answer keys for all questions in the Student Book
  • Includes Worksheets for additional activities

This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

RRP: £100.00

ISBN

978-0-00-825410-0

Publication Date

15-03-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

320 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Author

Neil Buchanan, Clive Riches and Ian Rowbory

Product Description

Collins Cambridge IGCSE ® Economics Teacher Guide supports the Student Book by providing full and comprehensive guidance on how to teach the course, with clear lesson notes and syllabus information.

Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education
First teaching: 2018 First examination: 2020

The Teacher Guide supports the new IGCSE Economics syllabus (0455) as well as the Cambridge O-level syllabus (2281) and has been carefully developed to meet the needs of teachers in international schools.

  • Updated syllabus for first examination 2020, for first teaching 2018
  • Chapters and units follow the same book order as the Student Book
  • Introductory section outlines the features in the book and suggests ways to use each part
  • Units follow the same structure as the Student Book so that it is straightforward for teachers to work through
  • Suggestions given on how to teach each unit
  • Guidance given on assessing Knowledge Check questions and end-of-chapter exercises
  • Additional notes on classroom skills, to help teachers with areas such as classroom management, building language skills, setting up group work, and building student confidence
  • Support given for non-subject specialists, with any required introductory background or prior knowledge explained at the beginning of each unit for those who need it
  • Guidance given on how to use the questions and how and when to assess students’ responses
  • Suggested review questions for remedial or revision work
  • Notes on case studies, projects and other activities
  • Ideas for extension work, extension topics and research
  • Suggestions for additional collaborative activities to foster communication and presentation skills
  • Answer keys for all questions in the Student Book
  • Includes Worksheets for additional activities

This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

ISBN

978-0-00-825410-0

Publication Date

15-03-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

320 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

Collins Cambridge IGCSE ® Economics Teacher Guide supports the Student Book by providing full and comprehensive guidance on how to teach the course, with clear lesson notes and syllabus information.

Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education
First teaching: 2018 First examination: 2020

The Teacher Guide supports the new IGCSE Economics syllabus (0455) as well as the Cambridge O-level syllabus (2281) and has been carefully developed to meet the needs of teachers in international schools.

  • Updated syllabus for first examination 2020, for first teaching 2018
  • Chapters and units follow the same book order as the Student Book
  • Introductory section outlines the features in the book and suggests ways to use each part
  • Units follow the same structure as the Student Book so that it is straightforward for teachers to work through
  • Suggestions given on how to teach each unit
  • Guidance given on assessing Knowledge Check questions and end-of-chapter exercises
  • Additional notes on classroom skills, to help teachers with areas such as classroom management, building language skills, setting up group work, and building student confidence
  • Support given for non-subject specialists, with any required introductory background or prior knowledge explained at the beginning of each unit for those who need it
  • Guidance given on how to use the questions and how and when to assess students’ responses
  • Suggested review questions for remedial or revision work
  • Notes on case studies, projects and other activities
  • Ideas for extension work, extension topics and research
  • Suggestions for additional collaborative activities to foster communication and presentation skills
  • Answer keys for all questions in the Student Book
  • Includes Worksheets for additional activities

This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

Author

Neil Buchanan, Clive Riches and Ian Rowbory