Le manuel de l'élève regroupe les exercices relatifs au guide de l'enseignant. Il peut être conservé d'une année sur l'autre, les élèves écrivant leurs réponses dans leur cahier de mathématiques.
Une nouvelle notion est abordée chaque semaine dans le cadre d'une séquence d'apprentissage.
La structure des séquences est toujours identique avec des temps de recherche et de manipulation, des rituels Flash maths, des séances de calcul mental et en ligne, des ateliers de résolution de problèmes.
Des exercices d'entrainement variés et progressifs permettent aux élèves de mémoriser, de réinvestir et de renforcer leurs connaissances.
Un QCM permet aux élèves de s'autoévaluer tout en développant leur sentiment de compétence.
Ce bilan facilite la mise en place rapide d'activités de renforcement différenciées.
Le cahier de géométrie permet à chaque élève de pratiquer les activités géométriques dans un cahier prêt à l'emploi avec une mise en page simple et aérée qui facilite la réalisation des tracés.
Ce cahier permet à l'enseignant de limiter le nombre de photocopies à préparer.
Avec chaque cahier de géométrie sont fournies 4 planches cartonnées de matériel individuel prédécoupées.
Huckleberry Finn s a happy boy. He plays with his friends, runs in the woods and fishes in the river. And his horrible Pap lives far, far away. But one day, Pap comes back...
Katherine Mansfield is one of the most famous short story writers in the English language. These four stories take place about a hundred years ago in England and New Zealand. They are sometimes funny, sometimes sad and often cruel.
Detective Philip Marlowe is looking for Derace Kingsley's wife, Crystal. Is she dead or not? Marlowe finds more than one dead body and learns about women, drugs, men in love, and a police cover-up. Who killed The Lady in the Lake and why?
Roald Dahl is the master of the unexpected. Things are not always what they seem and nobody should be trusted. In this collection of his short stories we learn some strange lessons about the dangerous world we live in. But you will have to wait until the final pages of each story to discover the last, terrible twist!
A mysterious map.
And perhaps a treasure. A splendid ship with pirates on board... Join young Jim Hawkins on his incredible adventures !
It is the summer of 1900 and Leo is staying with his friend Marcus. Leo likes Marcus's beautiful older sister very much. To make her happy, he becomes a secret messenger for her and a local farmer. But then he realises what their messages are about, and his whole life begins to change.
These stories paint colourful pictures of life in Britain and America in the past. We meet some unusual people. There's the dreamy boy who wakes up one day to find a bird making a nest in his hair! And there's the man who tries to catch a ghost.
All kinds of people, from shopkeepers to kings, want the help of Sherlock Holmes in these six stories about the adventures of the famous detective. Who put a diamond in a chicken? Why is there a club for men with red hair? How did the man at the lake die? Can Sherlock Holmes solve the mysteries?
Sir Henry Curtis, Captain John Good and Allan Quatermain are travelling to the mysterious, unmapped heart of Africa. Sir Henry wants to find his missing brother. Quatermain wants to find King Solomon's secret treasure. Is Sir Henry's brother still alive? Will they find King Solomon's treasure? Does the treasure even exist...?
Mark Twain is one of America's most famous and best-loved writers. He wrote about every important subject of his time. Twain's stories are usually amusing but with a serious message too. You will read about people's hopes and fears, happiness and terrible sadness-and wonderful practical jokes!
An excellent introduction... presents mathematical and statistical findings in straightforward prose. (Financial Times )I wish more people would read Dasgupta's book, and I wish more economists would write variations on its theme. It is a model specimen. (www.economicprincipals.com )The text is direct, rigorous and thought-provoking. It provides an intelligent, rigorous and readable introduction to economics. (London Book Review.com )
Doctor Faustus is a clever man who is greedy for knowledge and power. After he signs an agreement with the Devil, in his own blood, his new skills are admired around the world. But there are two sides to an agreement with the Devil. There is a price to pay...