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uk Seemingly simple but deceptively clever and effective, this fascinating book and CD bundle provides non-threatening contexts to promote ferocious discussion when teaching maths.
The 130 cartoon-style drawings put forward a range of viewpoints about different maths ideas and problems with the aim of tapping into learners’ thoughts, challenging their thinking and providing pointers for how to develop their ideas.
The cartoons enable students to blame their errors and questions on the people in the picture and enable them to talk more freely without embarrassment.
The blog contains new approaches and ace ideas for teaching maths as well as a pile of tips for giving your lessons some extra spice.
The resources section includes all sorts from Top Trump card games, QR code activities, matchup cards, quiz-quiz-trade activities, collective memory sheets, online investigations, revise and draw activities and loads more besides.This impressive suite of print and digital resources aims to create confident and numerate students able to progress to KS4 and beyond.uk/mastering mathematics Online resources don’t come much better than the innovative Mastering Mathematics series from Hodder Education.Content is mapped back to previous National Curriculum levels, student books support progression to KS4, and there is tried and tested support with interactive lesson starters, problem solving videos, and concept animations all delivered via the book on screen.On top of this you get assessment tests and progression charts, online homework and practice that links to every lesson, and supporting videos based on leading research and best practice.With plenty on offer, this is a fun and exciting site that deserves to be in your favourites and will certainly make teaching maths a whole lot easier.uk/KS3-Maths-series Always with a finger on the pulse of change, publishing goliath Pearson has pulled another one out of the bag with its new KS3 maths course written purposefully for the 2014 KS3 curriculum.The resource is made up of some of the best-loved SMILE activities, including links to the best free online resources and My Maths.You also get regular updates on news, research and developments in maths education through additional resources and updates.The book contains black and white photocopiable pages and the interactivity of the CD enables the speech bubbles to be altered and revised.A blank speech bubble encourages learners to add their own views.