Do you want to make sure your children leave primary school able to use calculators effectively - and appropriately? Are you concerned that they don't know when it is quicker to do a calculation mentally? Then you need this file. * identifies and helps you deal with children's classic errors and difficulties * focuses on use of the different calculator buttons and the order of keying * provides self-assessment sheets and class tests for each year * open-ended photocopiable resources.Purpose Practice in converting fractions to decimals in order to compare them How to use Remind children how to convert a fraction to a decimal by keying in the numerator, pressing the division key, then keying in the denominator and (~-~ l.
|Title||:||Calculator Skills and Assessment|
|Publisher||:||Nelson Thornes - 2005-03-01|