Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers
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Fully aligned to the primary National Curriculum for maths, Times Tables Ninja features an introduction for teachers explaining the Concrete Pictorial Abstract (CPA) approach and the vocabulary to use when teaching times tables. He has worked as a primary teacher and as a lecturer in primary teacher education for 18 years, following a career in IT. Haylock emphasises the importance of teaching written methods with understanding and one key strategy he exemplifies to achieve this is the use of representation. This edition presents the clarity and detail I have come to expect from Haylock and it continues to be our first choice in mathematics subject knowledge support for students and teachers. There is a growing awareness in primary schools of this book being an asset for all members of staff no matter whether they have two or twenty-two years of classroom experience.
The essential book of times tables activities for the primary classroom, perfect for turning all pupils into Grand Masters of Times Tables! Haylock approached mathematical concepts in very approachable language and if it's not your strong point (like me), this is a great way of bettering your understanding. SAGE Primary Mathematics Student Panel LESSON PLANS AND WORKSHEETS: Save time with ideas and resources for planning your lessons. Tried and tested, the fifth edition of Derek Haylock’s much loved textbook matches the 2014 curriculum requirements for England.QUESTIONS AND QUIZZES: Achieve a firm grasp of concepts and a clear understanding with self-assessment questions and quizzes. Bond Non-verbal Reasoning 10 Minute Tests for 11+-12+ years have been designed by Bond, the number 1 provider of 11+ practice materials. For 15 years after his time at UEA, he was in great demand as a consultant and professional speaker. He has worked as a primary teacher and as a lecturer in primary teacher education for 18 years, following an earlier career in the IT industry. Haylock and Manning's latest edition of this publication is still not improved enough in the numeracy section for me to recommend this to students.
LEARNING AND TEACHING POINTS: Feel confident in the classroom with these key points to remember when planning and teaching. The explanation of key terms will enable primary mathematics teachers to navigate their way through the new curriculum document. This edition tackles written calculation algorithms with clarity and detail; the emphasis on children understanding these processes and how to support this is maintained throughout. Every chapter integrates children’s learning, classroom practice, and teacher’s own requirements for subject knowledge, making this the ideal text to guide you through your studies and beyond. Here is another accessible text from Derek Haylock that supports the development of subject knowledge for student teachers and experienced teachers alike.Good visual supports, such as number lines, base 10 blocks and arrow cards, supplement the written text and consolidate understanding. This is done while still ensuring that children are able to meet the demands of the new National Curriculum. As a student teacher this book greatly helped me as I was not very confident with maths myself and aided me to be able to feel confident teaching methods to the children. I particularly found the chapter on mental strategies useful for explaining how the laws of multiplication and division work and for encouraging ad hoc approaches to multiplication. This user-friendly interactive book makes concepts simple and gives you the confidence and knowledge to learn and teach mathematics to primary children.
The book is written in the accessible and engaging style we have come to expect from Derek Haylock, and is informed by his wealth of experience. I have found this book to be interesting but not necessarily the most helpful to figure out certain methods. Of particular use are the ‘teaching points’ sections and links to video explanations and further practice. The activities in this photocopiable book gives Key Stage 2 pupils all the tools they need to gain fluency in multiplication and division up to their 12 times tables.
There are also simple exercises you can complete yourself to test your knowledge after reading each section. Easily understood for someone who didn't like maths at school and has to now teach it (and it's my favourite subject to teach! the student workbook for mathematics is a wonderful accompaniment and I have used this to form some of my lesson plans for the coming half term.