Cambridge Primary Maths 2 Teacher Book (NYP Due April 2021)
With everything you need to plan and run your lessons, this teacherÕs resource helps you get the most out of the series. YouÕll find starter activities and lesson suggestions to supplement the learnerÕs book and workbook, as well as learnerÕs book and workbook answers. There are language support suggestions, along with clearly identified assessment and differentiation ideas to help you meet all your learnersÕ needs. Includes access to further lesson ideas, worksheets with additional differentiation activities and language development worksheets in the accompanying digital resource.
Publisher - Cambridge University Press
Author: Cherri Moseley, Janet Rees
Curriculum: Cambridge International Education Primary Mathematics
Edition: 2nd Edition
Format: Teacher's Resource 2 with Digital Access
Isbn 10: 1108783872
Pages: 168 pages
Release date: 30 June, 2021
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