Collins Cambridge Lower Secondary Maths - Lower Secondary Maths Progress Teacher’s Pack: Stage 8: (Second edition)

Paperback

Monitor progress, boost confidence and strengthen understanding in Cambridge Lower Secondary Maths, with this Stage 8 Progress book.

·Strengthen your coverage of the Cambridge Lower Secondary curriculum framework, with this Stage 8 progress book, in a photocopiable Teacher’s Pack format.
·Six structured in-class assessment tasks offer additional practice questions for every topic and assist teachers with formative assessment throughout the stage, helping pinpoint where extra support may be needed.
·Assessment tasks begin with multiple-choice questions to build confidence and check pupil understanding, before gradually increasing in difficulty to ensure all students make good progress.
·Supports students’ comprehension with questions in every assessment task written to address the Cambridge Thinking and Working Mathematically component, probing students to justify answers and provide clear explanations.
·Self-assessment sheets allow learners to reflect on their own progress and identify where they need to improve.
·Two end-of-year assessments, including one non-calculator paper and one calculator paper, provide a summative assessment opportunity to help learners prepare for internal school assessment or Checkpoint, and build confidence for the non-calculator paper at IGCSE.

RRP: £50.00

ISBN

978-0-00-866714-6

Publication Date

11-04-2024

Format

Paperback

Pages

128 pages

Dimensions

210x297mm

Product Description

Monitor progress, boost confidence and strengthen understanding in Cambridge Lower Secondary Maths, with this Stage 8 Progress book.

·Strengthen your coverage of the Cambridge Lower Secondary curriculum framework, with this Stage 8 progress book, in a photocopiable Teacher’s Pack format.
·Six structured in-class assessment tasks offer additional practice questions for every topic and assist teachers with formative assessment throughout the stage, helping pinpoint where extra support may be needed.
·Assessment tasks begin with multiple-choice questions to build confidence and check pupil understanding, before gradually increasing in difficulty to ensure all students make good progress.
·Supports students’ comprehension with questions in every assessment task written to address the Cambridge Thinking and Working Mathematically component, probing students to justify answers and provide clear explanations.
·Self-assessment sheets allow learners to reflect on their own progress and identify where they need to improve.
·Two end-of-year assessments, including one non-calculator paper and one calculator paper, provide a summative assessment opportunity to help learners prepare for internal school assessment or Checkpoint, and build confidence for the non-calculator paper at IGCSE.

Author

Alastair Duncombe, Series edited by Alastair Duncombe