Thinking of teaching Linear AQA Maths? We have it covered

As we blogged last month, AQA have now posted a fully accredited Linear GCSE Maths spec to their website.   Knowing that this was going to happen, we’ve taken care to make sure all our Longman resources work as well for Linear courses as they do for Modular.

Here’s why they do:

The Student Books are all single volume textbooks to cover an entire maths course, one for Higher sets, one for Middle sets and one for Foundation.  This model is ideal for Linear courses – far better than multi-volume books, divided by Unit or year group.

The Teacher Guides are subtitled, “for Modular and Linear specifications”.  They contain Schemes of Work for both Linear and Modular courses.  The lesson plans reference both types of SoW and are designed to work with both.

The Practice Books all contain a full set of Linear and Modular Practice Papers in the back, therefore 5 papers in each book.  (Except the G-F book: we wanted to keep all questions in this book within the G-F grade range to build student confidence.)

The ActiveTeach DVD-ROMs contain a digital version of the Student Books, as well as extensive exam advice and preparation in our unique Exam Cafe.  We’ve blogged recently about Exam Cafe – it has a wealth of handy features, not least videos showing how examiners mark exam scripts and what they look for.  Click here for a full ActiveTeach demo online.

You’ll find full details about Longman’s AQA GCSE Maths course on this blog.

Click on this link any time to order your Evaluation Pack for the course, which contains a copy of the Middle Sets Student Book, a course guide and a CD demo of ActiveTeachAll of it free!

Longman's GCSE and Functional Maths 2010 Series - click to enlarge.

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