Assisting Maths Teaching Guide 3 provides detailed lesson plans to save you time in your intervention planning. With its rigorous and practical approach, the Teaching Guide gives you everything you need to plan a personalised programme of work for those children who require additional maths support, leaving you free to focus on your teaching. Assisting Maths Teaching Guide 3 provides: * 12 units of work covering all strands of the renewed maths framework.
Each unit is broken down into manageable objectives, with a detailed session plan for each objective * session plans consisting of a series of group, paired and individual activities aimed at teaching and consolidating understanding of the relevant objective * AfL questions, monitoring forms to assess pupil progress throughout intervention, plus strategies for children exiting intervention * a flexible 'dip-in' resource that can be easily adapted to meet the needs of individual children, and different classroom and school organisational arrangements * a consistent approach to teaching, learning and assessment through the cycle of: review and assess, teach, practise, apply, review and assess * a practical, hands-on and highly visual approach to teaching and learning which uses a variety of models and images * a resource which highlights and models key vocabulary, and has at its core the discussion of mathematical ideas and methods * lesson plans and planning charts provided as editable Word files on the accompanying CD-ROM, allowing you to create a personalised programme of study for those children requiring extra support.
Peter Clark has been a mathematics coordinator and deputy headteacher in primary schools in Australia and London. He has also worked as a mathematics advisor and has written many publications on primary mathemetics. He also lectures on initial teacher training and postgraduate courses, and runs INSET at schools and conferences.