Pearson Mathematics 7 Student Book 1st Edition by David Coffey, Amanda Marasco, Dirk Strasser, Gael McLeod, Bob Aus, Terry Byers, George Dimitriadis, Mark Dusting, Joshua Harnwell, Anne Matheson, Tanya Smith, Vebica Evans, Geoff Phillips & Jennifer Nolan

Pearson Mathematics 7 Student Book 1st Edition

By David Coffey, Amanda Marasco, Dirk Strasser, Gael McLeod, Bob Aus, Terry Byers, George Dimitriadis, Mark Dusting, Joshua Harnwell, Anne Matheson, Tanya Smith, Vebica Evans, Geoff Phillips & Jennifer Nolan

  • Release Date: 2014-01-01
  • Genre: Mathematics
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Pearson Mathematics for Year 7 follows the 2014 Australian Curriculum for Mathematics. It is not a fully compliant resource for the 2017 Australian and Victorian Curriculum Updates. It has been strategically designed to attract maximum student engagement, develop a deep understanding of key concepts and skills, and to encourage inquiry and problem solving.
This  provides you with extensive material, with a collection of maths games, investigations, problem solving tasks, revision activities, practice questions and technology explorations.  All exercises within the s are split into the 2014 Australian Curriculum proficiency strands: fluency, understanding and reasoning. You’ll also find open-ended questions that encourage creative maths thinking. Accuracy has been observed by this series, with experienced teachers carefully checking every question within Pearson Mathematics - up to five times!

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    By Grumpyteacher$&7
    Please don't buy this version especially if you require second edition. The page numbers and question layouts differ a lot from the hard copy. This creates confusion for students and teachers.
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    By Karel Giffen
    This book does not download or open. I have purchased this book twice and have downloaded it on multiple occassions onto my MacBook but will not open. Best of luck to you if you can get it to co-operate, but I would probably reccomend a different text. Other than that, I am sure this has the potential to be a great resource; I use the Pearson iBooks in HSIE and they are a great resource, but this one does not seem to download correctly.

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