By Greg Attwood, Bronwen Moran
Edexcel and a degree Modular arithmetic FP3 positive factors:
•Student-friendly labored examples and recommendations, top as much as a wealth of perform questions.
•Sample examination papers for thorough examination training.
•Regular assessment sections consolidate studying.
•Opportunities for stretch and problem provided during the path.
•‘Escalator section’ to step up from GCSE.
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Extra resources for Edexcel AS and A Level Modular Mathematics: Further Pure Mathematics 3
G. 'We went on a picnic and had crisps and lemonade'. Together the class and teacher sound out the words. If there are tricky words in a section, the teacher can explain about them, and tell the children the correct way of writing them. They would not however expect this to happen in the children's writing in the early years. Then the teacher and children all read the sentence together. This helps the children to realise that they can write by themselves. About half way through the first year most children can write a few sentences by themselves.
Identifying sounds in words. If your child is going to be able to write independently she/he will need to be able to hear the sounds in words and to write the letters for those sounds. When your child is able to hear the sounds in words he/she may bring home words with which to practise their new writing skill. These words are for you to call out. He/she has to listen for the sounds, and write down the letters for those sounds. This is the first step towards your child becoming an independent writer.
Action: Children pretend to be the puppy holding the blanket, shaking their heads and making a rrrrrrrrrrrrrr sound. Letter Formation: Teacher shows how to form the letter 'r'. Children form the letter in the air. - 11••1 I r r/ ~\ ~~ [F [/ ~ ~ J //\ \ \) ~ ~ ('--'[ ~ ACTION Pretend to be a puppy pulling a rag, with teeth clenched and shaking bead, saying rrrrr. rag run rabbit forest carrot l '---' -' ~ Draw the letters dotted here: l 'r2~ --~",~, -~ ,:::"""" I I -1 . ,- - - I . I I - - - -- -------- ------ -- pC - PHOTOCOPY SECTION 2: SOUND SHEETS.