Step by Step: Flight Two Level One
Flight Two Level One, published by Blackie Chambers, provides the following:
Introduction contains detailed syllabi with the areas covered including a full index.
Teacher guidance for number books contains details of the learning processes and approaches in the areas listed below initially for numbers up to 20 and later for numbers up to 100:
• Place value covers the structure of numbers
• Addition develops knowledge of addition bonds, using physical stimulus before introducing vertical columns
• Subtraction emphasises the relationship of number trios and uses apparatus to aid understanding
• Multiplication uses repeated addition, before using techniques to identify patterns which lead to times tables
• Division develops knowledge of sharing and grouping which leads to linking pairs of division facts and their association to multiplication.
Teacher guidance for topic books provides teaching points for:
• Fractions referring to halves and quarters
• Shape distinguishes between some basic solid and flat shapes
• Money provides realistic problems for application of the number rules
• Measure covers making realistic estimates and choosing the appropriate units
• Time covers a time-reducing sequence from the year down to a quarter of an hour
• Graphs covers interpreting simple block graphs and pictograms, practice in drawing and interpretation
• Sets, pattern and logic encourages sorting and categorising, to deal with several independent variables and to observe and continue patterns
• Learning tables encourages daily practice of times tables to help students memorise their tables and encourages them to monitor their own progress.
Pupils' number book and Pupils' topic book contain student worksheets and include reference tables detailing the page numbers in the teacher book and the equivalent in the pupil book.
Appendices includes a series of mental arithmetic tests and their answers, as well as a list of the apparatus used throughout the scheme.
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