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Platinum Instamaths is a carefully graded book of Mathematics exercises designed to promote mathematical practice and understanding in a fun and easy way. It is a structured way for learners to practise and consolidate their Mathematics skills as they fill in their answers in the spaces provided in the book.
A complete set of answers is provided in the centre of the book so that Platinum Instamaths can be used by learners for self-study.
This new edition of Instamaths is packed with new exercises and has been updated to align with the South African Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS). The material covers all the required Mathematics concepts and skills, ensuring that the level is appropriate and that adequate progression occurs.
Written by an experienced team of teachers and examiners, this title offers comprehensive and accessible new full colour text that clearly addresses all of the concepts in the latest CSEC syllabus. Full coverage of the latest syllabus is included with a focus on core social studies concepts which are supported by a variety of stimuli such as diagrams, pictures, texts of important documents, tables, statistics of the region, cartoons and charts. The book features plenty of current Caribbean case studies and guidance on the SBA and includes a CD-ROM with exam-practice questions and PowerPoint presentations. All questions and activities throughout the book are based on the specific objectives of the syllabus and modelled on those set in the examination.
Collins Social Sciences for Trinidad and Tobago is a brand-new activity-led course set in contexts relevant to Trinidad and Tobago and the wider Caribbean and suitable for lower secondary students everywhere. It has been specially developed to help students develop the skills they need for success in Social Sciences. The course provides student's books and accompanying workbooks for forms 1, 2 and 3 to ensure all students gain a strong foundation in Social Sciences.
Collins Social Studies for the Caribbean is a content and activity-led course set in contexts relevant to the Caribbean and suitable for lower-secondary students everywhere. It has been specially developed to help students develop the skills they need for success in social studies. Collins Social Studies for the Caribbean is a content and activity-led course set in contexts relevant to the Caribbean and suitable for lower-secondary students everywhere. It has been specially developed to help students develop the skills they need for success in social studies. The course provides student's books and accompanying workbooks for Forms 1, 2 and 3 to ensure all students gain a strong foundation in social studies in preparation for their studies in the individual subjects at CSEC level.
Ian Dorton and Jocelyn Blink's trusted approach - this Course Book was developed directly with the IB and most accurately supports the current DP Economics syllabus. Used in hundreds of IB schools worldwide, you can trust it to cement comprehension and fully develop the skills central to assessment. Written by two leading IB Economics workshop leaders who have worked on the Economics curriculum review, and includes support directly from the IB. Accurate mapping to the most recent syllabus, so you can trust in a thorough approach. Supports the new quantitative syllabus component at HL, with lots of practice and activities to concretely strengthen comprehension. Activities seamlessly integrate the learner profile, with the best integration of the IB philosophy to develop outward-looking learners. Exam, portfolio and Extended Essay advice included to support top achievement. The online Course Book will be available on Oxford Education Bookshelf until 2019. Access is facilitated via a unique code, which is sent in the mail. The code must be linked to an email address, creating a user account. Access may be transferred once to an additional user.
Written by two experienced teachers, this accessible and engaging student book will support you through the brand new WJEC Eduqas GCSE Sociology course which is being taught from September 2017. Endorsed by WJEC, this book offers high quality support you can trust. // A simple and straightforward double page spread layout makes for easy navigation around the topics, including colour-coded headings to highlight particular skills you need to develop. // A range of activities that will help you think sociologically, including `Take it Further' and `Think Theory'. // A dedicated Sociological enquiry and research methods chapter will introduce you to one of the key areas of study in Sociology. // The exam practice chapter provides you with advice and guidance on how to revise and refine your exam technique, helping you thoroughly prepare for the exams.
Written by an experienced examiner for the new specification and endorsed by WJEC, this visual and engaging student book will help learners develop their knowledge and understanding of key issues and introduce them to a theoretical framework for analysing the media. // All areas of the new specification are covered and supported by numerous highly-illustrated examples. // The theoretical framework underpinning media studies is explored and applied to a range of media forms and products. // A dedicated chapter on the Non-Exam Assessment element of the specification provides clear guidance on how students will be assessed. // Exam guidance chapter introduces students to practice questions and the new assessment objectives helping students with the skills they need for assessment. // Extension tasks will help to stretch and challenge higher ability students.
The second edition of Democracy for All: Learner's Manual is aimed at young people, adults, students and teachers. The book explains how the international community understands democracy, and explores what democracy means to each of us. Democracy for All also explains how government works in a democracy, how the abuse of power is checked, how human rights support democracy, how democratic elections take place, and how citizens can participate in democracy. The objectives of the book are: To improve students' understanding of the fundamental principles and values underlying democracy in society; To promote awareness of the current issues and controversies relating to democracy; To show students that their participation can make a difference to how democracy functions in their country; To foster justice, tolerance and fairness; To develop students' willingness and ability to resolve disputes and differences without resorting to violence; To improve basic skills, including critical thinking and reasoning, communication, observation and problem-solving. Democracy for All uses a variety of student-centred activities, including case studies, role-plays, simulations, small-group discussions, opinion polls and debates. The companion volume, entitled Democracy for All: Educator's Manual, explains how the lessons in the Learner's Manual can be conducted and provides solutions to the problems.
Designed to complement the WJEC Eduqas GCSE Sociology Student Book, this practical and concise spread-based Revision Guide supports students preparing for their WJEC Eduqas GCSE Sociology assessment. / Each topic is covered on one spread with just the right amount of detail, helping students get straight to the point. / Makes explicit the three skills required by students across both papers: delivers ideas for AO3 (Evaluation) ensuring that students know what they need to achieve the highest grades, and covers the AO1 (Knowledge and understanding) and encourages students to apply their knowledge as required for AO2 (Application). / Detailed exam advice is included, with hints and tips offered throughout the book to help students develop the skills needed for the exam. / Offers a selection of examples for students to use in their answers.
Prepared specifically to support social studies, map skills, early geography skills plus history and heritage topics in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Social Studies curricula for upper primary and lower secondary. The atlas is fully illustrated and includes the most up to date reference and thematic mapping of the Bahamas, countries within the Caribbean Community and the broader Caribbean region. Maps are fully supported with illustrations, photographs and data. World maps cover international issues which have a bearing on Caribbean development.
Oxford successful life orientation is a trusted life orientation course that is used by teachers all over South Africa. The rich content fully covers the National Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS).
** Shortlisted for the Little Rebels Children's Book Award! **
As a child in Pakistan, Malala made a wish for a magic pencil that she could use to redraw reality. She would use it for good; to give gifts to her family, to erase the smell from the rubbish dump near her house. (And to sleep an extra hour in the morning.)
As she grew older, Malala wished for bigger and bigger things. She saw a world that needed fixing. And even if she never found a magic pencil, Malala realized that she could still work hard every day to make her wishes come true.
This beautifully illustrated picture book tells Malala's story, in her own words, for a younger audience and shows them the worldview that allowed her to hold on to hope and to make her voice heard even in the most difficult of times.
The story goes that on a hunting trip in 1902, President Theodore ?Teddy? Roosevelt refused to shoot a bear. ?Me? Shoot that little fella he said. ?Why, if I so much as ruffled his fur, I'd never be able to look my children in the eyes again!? When a political cartoonist shared the story in the newspaper, New York shopkeepers Rosie and Morris Michtom were impressed by the president's big, warm heart. So they decided to create a ?Teddy? bear in his honor to sell in their store. The bear was so popular, they made another one. And another. Before they knew it, they had to build a factory to accommodate the demand: it seemed every child wanted a teddy bear of their own! James Sage uses a playful blend of fact and fiction to tell this entertaining tale. The back matter includes a historical note, photos and a list of sources. The lively, fun narrative and vivid illustrations by Lisk Feng make for a wonderful read-aloud with universal appeal: adults will find it as charming as children do. The book has many applications in the social studies curriculum for the early grades, as the period and the president are brought vividly to life. And, of course, it's a perfect pick for Presidents' Day. The story also presents an inspiring small-business entrepreneurial success story.
Written by three distinguished authors of child care and medical books, this text provides coverage of physiological structure and systems and the maintenance of health. It emphasizes the social aspect of human biology including alcohol and drug abuse, ageing and stress.
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