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Differentiating An Anchor Task In A Singapore Maths Primary Lesson | Maths — No Problem!





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Published on Jan 5, 2017

Watch how to differentiate an anchor task for struggling and advanced learners. This strategy can be applied to both primary and secondary maths lessons.

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