100 Ideas for Primary Teachers: Maths

 
 
Bloomsbury Education (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 13. Mai 2021
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  • 128 Seiten
 
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978-1-4729-8444-9 (ISBN)
 
Offering 100 fun, practical ideas for teaching primary maths, this is the perfect resource for teachers looking for creative ways to vary their practice. The activities cover the entire maths National Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2, from number and place value to fractions, measurement, geometry and algebra. The ideas are rooted in a mastery approach and are designed to support both struggling and able learners, but they can easily be embedded into any teaching method and work brilliantly in all classrooms.

Whether you're looking to grow your confidence, find new inspiration or simply need one-off ideas, this is a must-have toolkit for you. From teaching proportion using playing cards to setting up a classroom shop to practise currency calculations, this book includes games, starters and open-ended investigations as well as tips for stretch and challenge. These ideas are designed to save teachers time, keep all children engaged and put the magic back into maths.

Written by experts in their field, the 100 Ideas books offer practical ideas for busy teachers. They include step-by-step instructions, teaching tips and taking it further ideas. Follow the conversation on Twitter using #100Ideas.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC (Digital)
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • 8,41 MB
978-1-4729-8444-9 (9781472984449)

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Shannen Doherty is an experienced teacher and maths lead based in South London. Shannen has a passion for perfecting the delivery of maths mastery in schools across the UK. She has led maths training, advised schools on their maths approach and spoken at education festivals and events up and down the country. Follow Shannen on Twitter @MissSDoherty.
  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Series
  • Title
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • How touse this book
  • Part 1: Number and place value
  • 1 Base splat
  • 2 Spot the mistake!
  • 3 Battle frames
  • 4 Guess who?
  • 5 Crocodile-free comparing
  • 6 Number line zooming
  • 7 What's my number?
  • 8 Rounding rules
  • 9 Visualise 100 square
  • 10 Reverse 100 square
  • 11 Zero pairs
  • 12 Gattegno chart
  • 13 Roman numerals
  • Part 2: Addition and subtraction
  • 14 Addition structures
  • 15 Subtraction structures
  • 16 Commutativity scales
  • 17 How odd. or even?
  • 18 Rod bonds
  • 19 Bridge it!
  • 20 Spotting structures
  • 21 Counter columns
  • 22 Intelligent practice
  • 23 Same difference
  • 24 Questions for challenge
  • 25 Shape solver
  • Part 3: Multiplication and division
  • 26 Rod ruler repeated addition
  • 27 Counting stick tables
  • 28 Yes game
  • 29 Multiple matching
  • 30 Picturing partitioning
  • 31 If I know. then I know.
  • 32 An array of buildings
  • 33 Target number
  • 34 Remainder patterns
  • 35 Grid block
  • 36 I do, we do, you do
  • 37 Grouping or sharing?
  • Part 4: Fractions, decimals and percentages
  • 38 What it is and what it isn't!
  • 39 Part-whole relationship spotting
  • 40 Ordering unit fractions
  • 41 Mixing it up
  • 42 Equivalence bars
  • 43 Paper multiplication
  • 44 Misconception magic
  • 45 Decimal wall
  • 46 Fraction division
  • 47 Etymology of per cent
  • 48 Pre-sale bars
  • 49 Dienes decimals
  • Part 5: Ratio and proportion
  • 50 For every . there are .
  • 51 Posing a problem
  • 52 How do you like your squash?
  • 53 Ratio bars
  • 54 Fractions to ratio
  • 55 Playing cards proportion
  • 56 Scale factor shapes
  • Part 6: Algebra
  • 57 Function machine detectives
  • 58 Function machine makers
  • 59 Express expressions
  • 60 Shape substitution
  • 61 Bar model equations
  • 62 Cups and counters
  • Part 7: Statistics
  • 63 Pictogram problems
  • 64 Teaching tables
  • 65 Sort it out
  • 66 To touch or not to touch?
  • 67 The story of a graph
  • 68 As easy as pie charts
  • 69 Don't be mean. show them the mean!
  • Part 8: Position and direction
  • 70 Teeny turners
  • 71 Mr or Mrs Robot
  • 72 Robot directions
  • 73 Coordinate conventions
  • 74 Translation stem sentence
  • 75 Plotting predictions
  • 76 Routine reflection
  • Part 9: Shape
  • 77 Shape sorter
  • 78 Carroll quadrilaterals
  • 79 Geoboard geometry
  • 80 3D soapy shapes
  • 81 Angles on a table
  • 82 Protractor procedure
  • 83 Etymology of triangles
  • 84 Tearing triangles
  • 85 Pixel art
  • 86 Investigating angles
  • 87 Always, sometimes, never
  • Part 10: Measurement
  • 88 Non-standard measuring
  • 89 Capacity comparison
  • 90 Apples and oranges
  • 91 The rules of the ruler
  • 92 Seeing doubles
  • 93 Estimating irregular areas
  • 94 Odd one out
  • 95 Kicking off conversion
  • 96 Time to break it down
  • 97 Money, money, money!
  • 98 How many ways?
  • 99 Setting up shop!
  • 100 Budgeting for your break!

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