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MYP Mathematics 1: Print and Online Course Book Pack

Build mathematical understanding and conceptual connections

Author David Weber, Author Talei Kunkel, and Author Harriet Simand

Suitable for:  MYP Year 1 students

Price:  £40.99 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-835625-7
Publication date: 01/11/2018
Pack: 336 pages

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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 support achievement.


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.
  • Fully prepare learners for the MYP eAssessment.
  • This pack includes one print Student Book and one online Student Book.
  • The online Student Book will be available on Oxford Education Bookshelf until 2028. 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.

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Table of Contents

Unit 1 Numbers and number systems: Civilizations and human interactions
1.1: Representing numbers
1.2: Place value, expanded form and scientific notation
1.3: Number systems with different bases
1.4: Powers, indices and roots
1.5: Factors, multiples and prime numbers
1.6: Greatest common factor and lowest common multiple
1.7: Factors and divisibility
1.8: Order of operations
1.9: Number systems from different civilizations
Unit 2 Percentages: Inequality and difference
2.1: Different forms of percentages
2.2: Converting fractions and percentages
2.3: Converting decimals and percentages
2.4: Applications of percentages
2.5: Percentage increase and decrease
Unit 3 Algebraic expressions and equations: Patterns in nature
3.1: Patterns in different forms - diagrams, sequences, tables and words
3.2: Simplifying algebraic expressions
3.3: Generalizing mathematical patterns
3.4: Patterns as functions
3.5: Algebraic equations
3.6: Patterns in nature
Unit 4 Geometric constructions: Artistry and creativity

4.1: Rays, line segments and lines
4.2: Classifying, measuring and constructing angles
4.3: Angles formed by intersecting lines and parallel lines with a transversal
4.4: Classification of triangles
4.5: Interior and exterior angles of triangles
Unit 5 Fractions: Human connections
5.1: Fractions in different forms
5.2: Comparing fractions
5.3: Multiplying and dividing fractions
5.4: Adding and subtracting fractions
5.5: Multiple operations with fractions
Unit 6 Data management: Trends in communities
6.1: Types of data
6.2: Representation of data
6.3: Types of graphs
6.4: Comparison of data and showing trends
6.5: Misleading graphs
Unit 7 Perimeter, area and volume: Environmental impacts
7.1: Venn diagrams
7.2: Perimeter and area of triangles, rectangles and compound shapes
7.3: 2D shapes and the volume of corresponding prisms
7.4: Volume of rectangular and triangular prisms
7.5: Surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms
7.6: Relationships between surface area and volume of prisms