Collins International Primary Maths - Problem Solving and Reasoning Student Book 1

Paperback

Students can quickly get to grips with problem solving and reasoning by completing activities categorised by topic and question type. Fully in line with the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum.

Problem solving and reasoning are focuses in the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum. It is essential that all students have access to problem solving and reasoning activities. Some key benefits to problem solving in maths include:
• Helping pupils grasp diverse mathematical concepts and understand the application of the subject
• Enhancing strategic thinking
• Developing transferable skills

This book consists of three different types of mathematical problem solving challenges:
1.Solving mathematical problems. This involves pupils solving problems ‘within’ mathematics itself, recognising patterns and relationships, making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions.
2.Reasoning mathematically. This involved pupils using logical thinking to solve problems, focusing on making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions using appropriate language.
3.Using & applying mathematics in real-world contexts. This involves pupils engaging in challenges that require them to use and apply their mathematical knowledge and skills in open-ended, real-world contexts.

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ISBN

978-0-00-827177-0

Publication Date

01-11-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

220x280mm

Author

Peter Clarke, Series edited by Peter Clarke

Peter Clarke has been a mathematics coordinator and deputy headteacher in primary schools in Australia and London. He has also worked as a mathematics advisor and has written many publications on primary mathematics. He also lectures on initial teacher training and postgraduate courses, and runs INSET at schools and conferences.

Product Description

Students can quickly get to grips with problem solving and reasoning by completing activities categorised by topic and question type. Fully in line with the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum.

Problem solving and reasoning are focuses in the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum. It is essential that all students have access to problem solving and reasoning activities. Some key benefits to problem solving in maths include:
• Helping pupils grasp diverse mathematical concepts and understand the application of the subject
• Enhancing strategic thinking
• Developing transferable skills

This book consists of three different types of mathematical problem solving challenges:
1.Solving mathematical problems. This involves pupils solving problems ‘within’ mathematics itself, recognising patterns and relationships, making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions.
2.Reasoning mathematically. This involved pupils using logical thinking to solve problems, focusing on making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions using appropriate language.
3.Using & applying mathematics in real-world contexts. This involves pupils engaging in challenges that require them to use and apply their mathematical knowledge and skills in open-ended, real-world contexts.

ISBN

978-0-00-827177-0

Publication Date

01-11-2018

Format

Paperback

Pages

80 pages

Dimensions

220x280mm

Product Description

Students can quickly get to grips with problem solving and reasoning by completing activities categorised by topic and question type. Fully in line with the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum.

Problem solving and reasoning are focuses in the Cambridge Primary Mathematics Curriculum. It is essential that all students have access to problem solving and reasoning activities. Some key benefits to problem solving in maths include:
• Helping pupils grasp diverse mathematical concepts and understand the application of the subject
• Enhancing strategic thinking
• Developing transferable skills

This book consists of three different types of mathematical problem solving challenges:
1.Solving mathematical problems. This involves pupils solving problems ‘within’ mathematics itself, recognising patterns and relationships, making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions.
2.Reasoning mathematically. This involved pupils using logical thinking to solve problems, focusing on making conjectures and generalisations, and explaining and justifying conclusions using appropriate language.
3.Using & applying mathematics in real-world contexts. This involves pupils engaging in challenges that require them to use and apply their mathematical knowledge and skills in open-ended, real-world contexts.

Author

Peter Clarke, Series edited by Peter Clarke

Peter Clarke has been a mathematics coordinator and deputy headteacher in primary schools in Australia and London. He has also worked as a mathematics advisor and has written many publications on primary mathematics. He also lectures on initial teacher training and postgraduate courses, and runs INSET at schools and conferences.