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MYP Mathematics 4 & 5 Standard: Online Course Book

Build mathematical understanding and conceptual connections

Author Marlene Torres-Skoumal, Author Rose Harrison, Author Clara Huizinkl, and Author Aidan Sproat-Clements

Suitable for:  MYP Year 4 & 5 students - Core

Price:  £42.99 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-835623-3
Publication date: 15/12/2016
Online: 672 pages
Dimensions: 210x148mm

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Description

Build solid mathematical understanding and develop key conceptual connections. The inquiry-based approach integrates the MYP key concepts, helping you shift to a concept-based classroom and cement mathematical comprehension. Fully comprehensive and matched to the Revised MYP to help you progress learners into DP Mathematics.


Features

  • Progress your learners into IB Diploma - fully comprehensive and matched to the MYP Next Chapter curriculum.
  • Develop conceptual understanding in the best way for your learners - learn by mathematical unit or by key concept.
  • Drive active, critical exploration of mathematical principles - build rounded comprehension framed within the key and related concepts.
  • Develop meaningful cross-curricular connections that help learners recognize and manipulate mathematical ideas in other disciplines.
  • Support higher level thinking skills through an approach grounded in factual, conceptual and debatable questions.
  • Build a solid foundation of practical skills with extensive practice equipping learners to apply skills.
  • Enable learners to confidently apply understanding as they progress - strengthening performance in the eAssessment and IB Diploma.
  • Fully matched to the Next Chapter curriculum, supports the Common Core, and preparation for the eAssessment.
  • The online Student Book will be available on Oxford Education Bookshelf until 2024. Access is facilitated via a unique code, which is sent in the mail. The code must be linked to an email address, creating a user account. Access may be transferred once to an additional user.

This page was last updated on 16 January 2019 at 04:30 GMT

Reviews

  • Comprehensive from example point of view. Interesting investigation and explorations are discussed. A perfect book for inquiry-based learning since each chapter is designed in such way that teachers get excellent ideas for inquiry (questions at the beginning of the chapter). It is a rare treat to see the book instil deep pedagogical base for developing students' concepts. A good book for establishing foundation for IB DP. Key feature of the book is 'Reflect and discuss' component. This component helps students to involve with thoughts that they have before, during, and after a particular lesson or lessons. It is challenging for both students and teachers. Book presents examples with beautiful and colourful images. Brief but apt explanation with excellent illustrations. In terms of suggestion, rigorously designed exercises for mediocre students. - Ms. Poorvi Doshi, Head of Mathematics, Galaxy School, India
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Table of Contents

Problem-solving
1: Form
1.1: Mathematically speaking * The language of Mathematics
2: Relationships
2.1: Are we related? * Functional relationships
3: Logic
3.1: But can you prove it? * Using logic in coordinate geometry
4: Representation
4.1: A whole range of things * Working with sets of data
4.2: Getting your ducks in a row * Working with grouped data
4.3: How did that happen? * Scatter graphs and linear regression
4.4: What are the chances? * Simple probability
5: Simplification
5.1: Are you saying I'm irrational * Rational irrational numbers
6: Quantity
6.1: Can I exchange this please? * Currency conversion
6.2: City skylines * Histograms
7: Measurement
7.1: Yes, I'm absolutely positive * Absolute value
7.2: How do they measure up? * Converting units and reasoning quantitatively
7.3: Going around and around * Circle segments and sectors
7.4: Which triangle is just right for you? * Right-angled triangles and trigonometric ratios
8: Patterns
8.1: What comes next? * Finding patterns in sequences

8.2: Back to the beginning * Using patterns to work backwards
9: Space
9.1: Spacious interiors * Volumes of 3D shapes
9.2: A parable about parabolas * Quadratic functions in 2D space
10: Change
10.1: A frog into a prince * Transforming functions
10.2: A thin line divides us * Algebraic fractions
10.3: Getting more done in less time * Direct and indirect proportion
11: Equivalence
11.1: A model of equality * Equivalence transformations
11.2: More than one way to solve a problem * Equivalent forms
11.3: Seems rational to me * Equivalent methods
12: Generalization
12.1: Seeing the forest and the trees * Making generalizations from a given pattern
12.2: Growing predictably * Arithmetic and geometric sequences
12.3: So, what do you think? * Drawing reasonable conclusions
13: Justification
13.1: Well-rounded ideas * Using circle theorems
13.2: It strikes a chord * Intersecting chords
14: Models
14.1: The power of exponentials * Exponential functions
14.2: Like gentle ocean waves * Sine and cosine functions
14.3: Decisions, decisions * Inequalities
15: Systems
15.1: More than likely, less than certain * Probability systems