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Oxford MyMaths 7 Victorian Curriculum Student Book + obook/assess

by: Nolan, Jennifer

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Retail Price: $65.95

Publisher: OXFORD UNIVERSITY PR,13.09.16

Category: MATHEMATICS Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0190308281
ISBN13: 9780190308285

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Oxford MyMaths Victorian Curriculum edition enables you to:

- access all Oxford MyMaths content and resources across Years 7-10 - everything you need to tailor content for all your students in one place
- select content and resources appropriate for every ability level
- assign work and assessment; monitor student and class progress.

The obook is a cloud-based web-book available anywhere, anytime, on any device, navigated by topic or by 'page view'. assess is an indispensable online assessment tool, explicitly mapped to the Australian Victorian Curriculum that drives student progress through tailored instruction.


Chapter 1 Whole numbers
Chapter 2 Fractions and ratios
Chapter 3 Decimals and percentages
Chapter 4 Integers and the Cartesian plane
Chapter 5 Algebra and equations
Chapter 6 Lines, angles and location
Chapter 7 Shapes and objects
Chapter 8 Time, mass and temperature
Chapter 9 Length, area and volume
Chapter 10 Statistics and probability


Jennifer Nolan has over 16 years of classroom teaching experience in both government and independent schools. Her interest in student understanding has evolved into delivering professional learning for teachers and developing maths education resources for over 20 years. She is now the Secondary Mathematics specialist at Oxford University Press.