# Teejay Level 3 Homework Helper

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Please find below:

1. 100 Lesson Starter Questions

2. S1 Course Details

3. S2 Course Details

4. Recommended Textbooks

**1. 100 Lesson Starters**

The start of the lesson is important for setting the tone of the lesson.

This is the time during the lesson for practising, revisiting and developing further those aspects of mathematics which need a ‘little but often’ approach;

Additional Lesson Starters for N5 Maths students can be found by clicking on the ** Free National 5 Maths Home Page **HERE.

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**Lower S1/S2**

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**2. S1 Course**

**Timelines by Term (Maths & Numeracy) – **HERE

S1/S2 Numeracy Homework Booklet – HERE

**3. S2 Course**

**Timelines by Term (Maths & Numeracy) – **HERE

S1/S2 Numeracy Homework Booklet – HERE

**4. Recommended Text Books**

The highly recommended text books below can be used with S1 & S2 pupils working through the schemes of work on this page.

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** TeeJay 3a**** TeeJay 3b**

** TeeJay 2a**** TeeJay 2b**

**Teejay 3a Book**

This book can be used with pupils who have worked through the CfE Level 2 Course, possibly using TeeJay’s Books 2a and 2b, and along with Book 3b covers the entire contents of the CfE Level 3 course.

**TeeJay 3b Book**

This book forms the 2nd half of the Level 3 CfE Course and should follow on from Book 3a. Together, these 2 books cover the entire contents of the CfE Level 3 course.

**Teejay 2a Book**

This book can be used with pupils who have worked through the CfE Level 1 Course, possibly using TeeJay’s Books 1a and 1b, and along with Book 2b covers the entire contents of the CfE Level 2 course.

**Teejay 2b Book**

This book forms the 2nd half of the Level 2 CfE Course and should follow on from Book 2a. Together, these 2 books cover the entire contents of the CfE Level 2 course.

Covers most Maths topics in Secondary High Schools

Created by an experienced maths teacher

Resources used with students studying Maths in Scottish Secondary Schools

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a key feature of each TJ Chapter. They should be developed along with gamesbased learning, Glasgow Problem Solving and the Problem Solving in Actionintractive resource.

Homework

–Homework is provided through Teejay Publishing booklet “Level D Homework”.Most exercises in the textbook have a linked homework exercise. These should beused for consolidation of class work or providing those pupils who have reason tobe absent from class lessons a means of covering missed work.–The booklets provide an excellent resource for revision at home prior to classtests and a means for parents to keep track of class work.–Most homework exercises should be completed by all pupils during the course ofthe session.

Checking H’Work

Teachers need not mark homework, but

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ensure that :-(a)a quick check be made that h’work is recorded in diary(b)a quick check to establish it has been attempted(c)homework is corrected by pupil or neighbour each day(d)difficulties arising are addressed promptly by teacher(e)regular checks are made of setting/neatness/accuracy.

Time Allocation

–The time allocation for each topic should be adhered to as closely as possible(some flexibility built in)

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