Mastering Mathematics for Edexcel GCSE: Higher 2 - Mastering Mathematics for Edexcel GCSE (Paperback)Gareth Cole (author), Heather Davis (author), Sophie Goldie (author), Linda Liggett (author), Robin Liggett (author), Andrew Manning (author), Rob Summerson (author)
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Exam Board: Edexcel
First Teaching: September 2015
First Exam: June 2017
ENDORSED FOR EDEXCEL
Help students to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding so that they can reason mathematically, communicate mathematical information and apply mathematical techniques in solving problems; with resources developed specifically for the Edexcel GCSE 2015 specification with leading Assessment Consultant Keith Pledger and a team of subject specialists.
- Supports you and your students through the new specifications, with topic explanations and new exam-style questions, to support the new assessment objectives.
- Builds understanding and measures progress throughout the course with plenty of graduated exercises and worked examples.
- Organises topics into progression strands, enabling you and your students to identify gaps in learning and apply appropriate remediation or extension steps in order to make the best progress.
- Provides full coverage of the GCSE grade range with three books, meaning that content is focused at the right level for each student.
- Offers a seamless five year progression when used in conjunction with KS3 Mastering Mathematics.
Publisher: Hodder Education
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 1084 g
Dimensions: 276 x 215 x 19 mm
Circle Theorems - not only a topic hated by my students but also by me! The diagrams in the "Toolbox" (key information) are really clear. The worked example is similar to questions found on GCSE papers and clearly indicates the way to work through it - complete with the necessary words that examiners will be looking for e.g. "alternate segment theory"
Lots and lots of practice questions and not too much reading for students - good way for them to learn - just reading pages of instructions simply doesn't work.
Helpful indicators in the margins stating if the questions are "Exam Style" or to practise "Reasoning".
I love this series - clear books without horrible "What did you learn in this unit" questions that students really hate!
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