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  • ISBN:9781108790550
  • Format:Paperback
  • Subject(s):Global Perspectives
  • Qualification:Cambridge Checkpoint
  • Author(s):Keely Laycock
  • Available from: July 2020

This series has been developed for the Cambridge Lower Secondary Global Perspectives Curriculum Framework (1129).

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  • DESCRIPTION

    Providing you with guidance and support for the Cambridge Lower Secondary Global Perspectives curriculum framework, our teacher’s books are the ideal addition to any Cambridge Global Perspectives classroom. Make the most of step-by-step lesson plans, clear links to the learning objectives, challenge topic ideas and practical differentiation advice for a thriving and collaborative classroom.

  • Contents
  • FEATURES
    • Clearly defined learning objectives and criteria for you to measure against

    • Support for providing student feedback as well as self and peer assessment

    • Differentiation ideas, such as using sources of differing complexities, so that you can tailor learning to all students

    • Worked examples and independent reflection activities suit all types of classrooms

    • Opportunities for group work, scaffolded assessment support and a clear language style are also included

  • CONTENTS
    • Introduction
    • Unit 1. How to apply the Cambridge pedagogical approach in the Global Perspectives classroom: Active Learning
    • Assessment for Learning
    • Metacognition
    • Developing student language skills
    • Differentiation
    • Improving learning through questioning
    • Skills for Life
    • Unit 2. How to build Global Perspectives skills: Section 1. Research: Section 1 overview
    • Starting with research skills 1
    • Starting with research skills 2
    • Starting with research skills 3
    • Developing research skills 4
    • Developing research skills 5
    • Developing research skills 6
    • Getting better at research skills 7
    • Getting better at research skills 8
    • Getting better at research skills 9
    • Section 2. Analysis: Section 2 overview
    • Starting with analysis skills 1
    • Starting with analysis skills 2
    • Starting with analysis skills 3
    • Developing analysis skills 4
    • Developing analysis skills 5
    • Developing analysis skills 6
    • Getting better at analysis skills 7
    • Getting better at analysis skills 8
    • Getting better at analysis skills 9
    • Section 3. Evaluation: Section 3 overview
    • Starting with evaluation skills 1
    • Starting with evaluation skills 2
    • Starting with evaluation skills 3
    • Developing evaluation skills 4
    • Developing evaluation skills 5
    • Developing evaluation skills 6
    • Getting better at evaluation skills 7
    • Section 4. Reflection: Section 4 overview
    • Starting with reflection skills 1
    • Starting with reflection skills 2
    • Starting with reflection skills 3
    • Developing reflection skills 4
    • Developing reflection skills 5
    • Developing reflection skills 6
    • Getting better at reflection skills 7
    • Getting better at reflection skills 8
    • Getting better at reflection skills 9
    • Chapter 5. Collaboration: Section 5 overview
    • Starting with collaboration skills 1
    • Starting with collaboration skills 2
    • Starting with collaboration skills 3
    • Developing collaboration skills 4
    • Developing collaboration skills 5
    • Developing collaboration skills 6
    • Getting better at collaboration skills 7
    • Section 6. Communication: Section 6 overview
    • Starting with communication skills 1
    • Starting with communication skills 2
    • Starting with communication skills 3
    • Developing communication skills 4
    • Developing communication skills 5
    • Developing communication skills 6
    • Getting better at communication skills 7.

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