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Product NameIntegrated Tasks: Maths Year 5/P6
LanguageEnglish
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AuthorPaula Ann Coombes
Page Count40
BindingPamphlet
Published07/28/2005
Long DescriptionThe teacher's books can be used to plan and teach effective lessons in which ICT is integrated across the curriculum. Supportive teacher's notes comprising project overview and lesson extracts for three units of work and six linked tasks, offer an effective model of how ICT can be used effectively in your lessons. Photocopiable Resource sheets to be used by small groups or individuals help them prepare for computer tasks. It includes correlation charts and planning information.
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