Interactive Whiteboards and Projectors from - Cambridge

Interactive Whiteboards and Projectors from - Cambridge
Cambridge-Hitachi is a dynamic software company that
combines the curriculum knowledge and educational
expertise of Cambridge University Press and the
innovative technology of Hitachi Software Engineering.
Curriculum focused
We keep curriculum requirements at the heart of our
publishing so you can be confident our software meets
your needs and that you are spending your money or
eLearning Credits wisely.
Creative, compelling software
We design software that helps you to maximise the use
of your interactive whiteboard and computers as essential
teaching tools to challenge and inspire your pupils.
For effective teaching
Our software is approved by Curriculum Online, it is easily
installed and has intuitive functionality so you can rest
assured that the technology supports your teaching.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
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Welcome to the Cambridge-Hitachi 2006 catalogue
Inside, you will find details of all our software titles for primary
and secondary schools. To try any of these products for yourself,
request our 2006 Electronic Catalogue by calling Customer
Services on 01223 325588. Alternatively, visit our website,
www.cambridge-hitachi.com, where you will find full technical
specifications, FAQs and a range of product demos and tours.
For details of print resources that can be used alongside this
software, please refer to the catalogues from Cambridge University
Press. Catalogues are available for the following areas:
Primary Literacy
Primary Numeracy
Secondary Mathematics
Secondary English
Secondary History
Classics
Please call Customer Services on 01223 325588 to request
your copy.
Accompanies printed
resources
English
Literacy
i-read
NEW
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Penpals for Handwriting
4
Phonics Focus
5
Storybook Phonics
5
Cambridge School Shakespeare
Picture Collection
Shakespeare’s Language
Vikings
6
Victorian Britain
6
14
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Science
Scientific Enquiry
Humanities
NEW
NEW
Reviewing and Checking Progress
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Assessment for Learning
NEW
17
Science Foundations
NEW
18
Cambridge Gateway Sciences
NEW
18
Mult-e-Maths Strands
7
Experiment Simulator
NEW
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Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
8
Bioscope
19
ICT Ideas
NEW
9
Human Body Systems
20
Apex Maths Word Problems
NEW
10
Reactive Science
20
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
11
Science Foundations Presents
20
Perfect Times
11
Interactive Whiteboards and Projectors from Hitachi
Key to Symbols
Platform: Apple Mac
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Numeracy
Secondary Science
Platform: Windows
Customer Support
Can be used across a
network
Can be bought using
your eLearning Credits
Mathematics
Task Maths Interactive
NEW
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Ideas Using the
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
NEW
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Vital Statistics
The Cambridge Board
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The EDX-8250 Projector
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Designed for use on an
interactive whiteboard
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Our Licensing Policy for UK Schools
For Primary Schools
Customer Support
ISBN-13
Requests for product information are handled through our
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The published price of our CD-ROMs includes a single user*, site*
and network* licence, giving you the freedom to use the software
in your school however you wish, with no hidden costs. (No
separate paper licence is required.)
For Secondary Schools
The published price includes a single user and site licence. For
some products an additional network licence is required. Schools
wishing to install the software on a network server for use inside
and/or outside the school site should refer to the order form or
contact customer services on 01223 325588 for pricing and
licensing information.
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• Licensing policy applies only to UK schools ordering direct from
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• Unauthorised copying of Cambridge-Hitachi software is not
permitted for any reason.
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The software contained in this brochure may be purchased using
eLearning Credits or your normal budget. Your eLC spend will be
recorded on your invoice.
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Permits a purchasing school in the UK to install the software
on an individual computer for use by a single user.
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If you have any problems with the installation or running of our
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one or more freestanding individual computers on the school site.
• Complete an online support form at
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network server for use by any number of users across the school’s
computer network.
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i-read
AGES
7–11
Series Editor: Pie Corbett
i-read is an easy-to-use resource
that has been specially designed for
teaching reading skills and strategies
to the whole class using an interactive
whiteboard.
• Built around the idea of the direct
teaching of reading – you demonstrate
different strategies then the children have a go themselves.
• Music, video clips, sound effects, poetry readings, oral storytelling
and dialogues hone listening skills and help children engage with
the text.
• Pupil anthologies support guided and independent reading away
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i-read Year 3 CD-ROM – Sample text
5
i-read Year 3 CD-ROM – Activity
from the whiteboard. The anthology packs contain 4 fiction,
4 non-fiction and 4 poetry anthologies.
• Engaging stories and non-fiction texts have been newly written
‘The presentation is clear and
fresh, and the illustrations and
pictures are a great feature.’
Junior Education
by children’s (and your!) favourite authors.
• Easily integrated with cross-references to the NLS, the Scottish
5–14 Guidelines and the Northern Ireland Lines of Development.
• Supports the teaching and learning of reading and manages the
transition from reading to writing.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/iread
For PC and Mac
Year 3 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 102 2 (1 84565 102 2)
Year 3 Pupil Anthology Pack
978 0 521 68531 3 (0 521 68531 1)
£250.00 + VAT
£50.00
Year 4 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 103 9 (1 84565 103 0)
Year 4 Pupil Anthology Pack
978 0 521 68528 3 (0 521 68528 1)
£250.00 + VAT
Year 5 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 104 6 (1 84565 104 9)
Year 5 Pupil Anthology Pack
978 0 521 68529 0 (0 521 68529 X)
£250.00 + VAT
Year 6 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 105 3 (1 84565 105 7)
Year 6 Pupil Anthology Pack
978 0 521 68530 6 (0 521 68530 3)
£250.00 + VAT
£50.00
£5.25
£5.25
Includes site and network licences.
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Penpals for
Handwriting
CD-ROMs
AGES
4–11
Penpals for Handwriting is a complete
handwriting scheme that ensures
progression from early development of
gross and fine motor skills to confident
letter formation and accomplished joins.
The CD-ROMs are ideally used alongside the print materials,
published by Cambridge University Press, although they can be
used as a standalone scheme.
The CD-ROMs offer:
• Animations of letter formations and key joins for a perfect
model – taking the pressure off you!
• Animated sky-writing patterns for practising letters and joining
patterns in the air.
• Videoed exercises for gross and fine motor skills to prepare pupils
for handwriting.
• Video clips for guidance on correct posture and pencil hold for leftand right-handed pupils.
• Teacher’s notes to support you in directly teaching handwriting.
• Presentation skills and revision of basic handwriting issues at Years
5 and 6.
www.cambridge.org/penpals
‘A brilliant resource for teaching
handwriting and a highly appropriate
use of ICT to enhance the delivery of ICT.’
Junior Education
‘Penpals has really
made a difference to
all our pupils – one
boy in particular has
turned a corner so much so
that his parents didn’t even
recognise his handwriting!’
Shalbourne Primary School, Wiltshire
For PC only
Foundation 2 CD-ROM
Year 1 CD-ROM
Year 2 CD-ROM
Year 3 CD-ROM
Year 4 CD-ROM
Years 5 & 6 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 010 0 (1 84565 010 7)
978 1 84565 008 7 (1 84565 008 5)
978 1 84565 009 4 (1 84565 009 3)
978 1 84565 011 7 (1 84565 011 5)
978 1 84565 012 4 (1 84565 012 3)
978 1 84565 106 0 (1 84565 106 5)
Includes site and network licences.
For associated print resources, see the primary literacy catalogue from
Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
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£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
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Year 2 CD-ROM
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Year 5 & 6 CD-ROM
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Phonics Focus
Storybook
Phonics
AGES
5–9
Written by Kate Ruttle
Storybook Phonics offers a story-based
approach to phonics practice that helps
pupils to read with confidence.
• Structured, progressive and cumulative
The stories are:
Written by Tony Mitton, Cynthia Rider,
Francis Lynne and Kate Ruttle
practice activities for all pupils.
children support where it is needed most.
Phonics Focus
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Storybook Phonics 3 CD-ROM
4–7
Phonics Focus helps pupils to accelerate
their learning of phonics to become
confident and successful spellers.
Phonics Focus follows the Y2 and Y3
Planning Exemplification and Spelling
Programme.
• Especially beneficial for those who struggle with spelling.
• Record and track progress and set a sequence of work to give
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• Customise activities with your own word lists so that practice
is tailored to individual needs.
• Can be use alongside any phonics or spelling programme.
• Designed for individual use at a computer.
For PC only
Year 1 CD-ROM
Year 2 CD-ROM
Year 3 CD-ROM
Year 4 CD-ROM
• Attractively illustrated and animated to motivate pupils.
• Brought to life by engaging narrators.
• Supported by fun, interactive games.
• Matched to the NLS word-level objectives and in line with
Progression in Phonics and Playing with Sounds.
• Also available as pupil’s books published by Cambridge University
Press – an ideal guided reading resource.
• Ideal for independent and pair work on computers, and for
whole-class work using an interactive whiteboard.
978 1 84565 002 5 (1 84565 002 6)
978 1 84565 006 3 (1 84565 006 9)
978 1 84565 004 9 (1 84565 004 2)
978 1 84565 005 6 (1 84565 005 0)
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/phonicsfocus
‘These activities are extremely
well thought through and
each activity is linked to the
latest spelling guidelines.’
£125.00 + VAT
£125.00 + VAT
£125.00 + VAT
£125.00 + VAT
• Supported by printable teacher’s notes, plus cross-referencing
to NLS documents to save planning time.
For PC and Mac
Storybook Phonics 1 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 021 6 (1 84565 021 2)
Storybook Phonics 2 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 022 3 (1 84565 022 0)
Storybook Phonics 3 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 023 0 (1 84565 023 9)
£128.75 + VAT
£128.75 + VAT
£128.75 + VAT
Includes site and network licences.
For accompanying children’s books, see the primary literacy catalogue from
Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/storybook
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Vikings!
Victorian Britain
AGES
7–11
Vikings! is a unique CD-ROM made up
of two components that are rich in
teaching resources and interactive
learning experiences for pupils.
AGES
7–11
Victorian Britain provides motivating
support for Key Stage 2 history, literacy
and citizenship. It is made up of two
components, the Virtual Burton CD-ROMs
and a linked Victorian Britain Online
website.
• Sagas and Sums is a Viking adventure
that takes your pupils on a journey back
through time and transports them to the
year AD 900.
• Virtual Burton evokes the sights and
– Five sagas build up to a complete story
about Erik’s journey to his new home in England and his
subsequent life here.
– What children learn through the sagas can then be compared
with what they unearth in a fascinating, virtual archaeological
dig.
sounds of Burton upon Trent in 1881
and includes a faithful reconstruction
of 450 buildings.
• Pupils can question thirteen characters about their different
backgrounds as they go about their daily lives, allowing them to
understand what life was like in 1881.
• The exceptional graphics will make an immediate impact with your
• The World of the Vikings is an unparalleled and essential resource
class when you explore Virtual Burton using an interactive
whiteboard.
– Twelve themed evidence boxes are introduced by a narrated
photo-essay and contain primary source material covering all
aspects of Viking life.
• The two CD-ROMs include a wealth of resource material, plus
for Key Stage 2 history and project work.
– The research database has 20 minutes of original video, plus
over 3600 images of sites, landscapes, artefacts and excavations
drawn from 18 countries across the Viking world.
For PC and Mac
Vikings!
978 1 84565 007 0 (1 84565 007 7)
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/vikings
teacher notes and pupil worksheets.
• The linked Victorian Britain Online website enables pupils to
connect with a series of interactive, illustrated stories. Pupils choose
a character and influence their story by making choices at strategic
points – an excellent feature for whole-class or group work using
an interactive whiteboard. Each story has a narrated version so
pupils can work individually at a computer.
£77.25 + VAT
For PC only
Victorian Britain
978 1 84565 024 7 (1 84565 024 7)
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/victorianbritain
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£154.50 + VAT
1
Vikings! – Sagas and Sums
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Victorian Britain online stories
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Mult-e-Maths
Strands
AGES
7–11
Series Consultant: Anita Straker
Written in conjunction with BEAM
and Series Consultant Anita Straker (former
director of the National Numeracy Strategy).
‘Mult-e-Maths is extremely well
designed and researched. It makes
the best possible use of interactive
technology.’
Quarry Mount Primary School, Leeds
• Each Strand includes a wealth of flexible
starter and lesson ideas.
• Written in mathematical strands, each
CD-ROM ensures continuity, progression
and differentiation across Years 3–6.
• Offers an open-ended, investigative approach to teaching
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Addition and Subtraction
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Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion
and learning maths.
• The technology is straightforward and simple to use and will
help you to use your whiteboard to best effect.
• Activities are linked to the NNS Framework objectives to
support your planning.
• Easy-to-use teacher’s notes give ALL teachers confidence –
available in PDF format on the CD-ROM or in a printed pack.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
‘With Mult-e-Maths, teachers can stimulate
and motivate all children by getting them to
predict, manipulate, try things out, explain
and discuss. The enjoyment of Mult-e-Maths
comes from the activity, discussion and
communication that it engenders – the
enjoyment that accompanies learning.’
Anita Straker, Series Consultant
For PC only
KS2 Fractions, Decimals, Percentages, Ratio and Proportion
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 014 8 (1 84565 014 X)
Teacher’s Notes
978 1 84565 955 4 (1 84565 955 4)
£175.00 + VAT
£14.95
KS2 Measures, Shape, Space and Handling Data
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 066 7 (1 84565 066 2)
Teacher’s Notes
978 1 84565 959 2 (1 84565 959 7)
£175.00 + VAT
£14.95
KS2 Addition and Subtraction
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 063 6 (1 84565 063 8)
Teacher’s Notes
978 1 84565 957 8 (1 84565 957 0)
£175.00 + VAT
£14.95
KS2 Numbers and the Number System
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 070 4 (1 84565 070 0)
Teacher’s Notes
978 1 84565 956 1 (1 84565 956 2)
£175.00 + VAT
£14.95
KS2 Multiplication and Division
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 068 1 (1 84565 068 9)
Teacher’s Notes
978 1 84565 958 5 (1 84565 958 9)
£175.00 + VAT
£14.95
KS2 Solving Problems
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 072 8 (1 84565 072 7)
Teacher’s Notes
978 1 84565 954 7 (1 84565 954 6)
£175.00 + VAT
£14.95
Getting Started Guide
978 1 84565 948 6 (1 84565 948 1)
FREE
Includes site and network licences.
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Mult-e-Maths
Toolbox
AGES
4–14
The Mult-e-Maths Toolbox consists of a
workspace and tools that you combine
and use to create learning experiences
customised for your class.
• Set up tools to suit your learning
objectives, save the file and have
everything ready to teach.
• Six sheets, set up as progressive pages, give your lessons a clear
structure and help you to maintain a good pace.
• Share saved lessons across a network, email them to colleagues, or
set them up at home and email them to yourself at school.
• All tools are easily accessible at any point whilst using the program.
PC only
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
CD-ROM
978 1 84565 075 9 (1 84565 075 1)
User Manual
978 1 84565 949 3 (1 84565 949 X)
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
£350.00 + VAT
£4.95
‘The new Toolbox has been a real revelation.
The staff has been delighted by the power
of the product and the children have just
been amazed. It certainly brings a ‘magic’
to the teaching of mathematics, but most
importantly I believe it helps children learn
in a fun and meaningful way.’
Braniel Primary School, Belfast
‘Having this specialised Toolbox
means that you can get to the
tools and images you need for a
maths lesson in a matter of
seconds. It’s highly likely that your
maths teaching will become more
effective as a result.’
ICT for Education
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Abacus and place value
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Visualise 3D shapes
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ICT Ideas
AGES
4–14
Straightforward advice, ideas and activities
to support effective teaching and learning
using interactive whiteboards and the
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox.
• Gives you the confidence to use your
interactive whiteboard to deliver
appropriate aspects of the maths
curriculum.
• The Teacher’s Books will help you to develop stimulating
N6.7 Number
mathematical games and activities.
Multiplication tables
• Accompanying CD-ROMs include prepared lessons to get
What to do
you started.
Show sheet 2, below left. Divide the class into two teams. Allocate the blue counter to one team and the green
counter to the other team.
Explain the rules of the game. Teams take turns to spin the two spinners. If the total is an even number, the team
moves its counter on one square. If the total is an odd number, the team misses a turn. The winner is the first
team to reach the rocket.
• Develop effective learning and teaching experiences using
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Anita Straker’s Talking Points with Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
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Sorting with the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
Objectives
Know by heart all
addition and
subtraction facts for
each number to at
least 10
the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox software.
• Hundreds of ideas for the busy teacher, easy to integrate
Recognise odd and
even numbers to at
least 30
with your scheme of work.
Vocabulary
sum, total
PC only
altogether
Anita Straker’s Talking Points with the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
Teacher’s Book/CD-ROM
978 0 521 68549 8 (0 521 68549 4)
next, before, after
101 Ways to Use Mult-e-Maths Toolbox at KS1
Teacher’s Book/CD-ROM
978 0 521 68550 4 (0 521 68550 8)
Ideas Using the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox at Years 7 and 8
Teacher’s Book/CD-ROM
978 0 521 68340 1 (0 521 68340 8)
odd, even
possibilities
Resources
individual miniwhiteboards a copy of
sheet 3, two 1–6 dice
and two counters for
each pair of children
(optional)
£34.95
To spin the spinners, click in the centre of the first spinner, then on the Spin button. Repeat with the other
spinner. You can spin both spinners at once by selecting both (shift-click on each centre) then clicking on the
Spin button. During the game, ask the questions below.
Talking points
Is this total odd or even?
Do we need to add an odd or an even number to our first spinner number to get an even total?
Is the sum of two even numbers odd or even? Explain why.
Is the sum of two odd numbers odd or even? Explain why.
What is the next odd number after …?
What is the even number before …?
Framework links
page 31
page 5
£29.95
Page references are to
the supplement of
examples for Years 1, 2
and 3.
Follow up
Ask children to find trios of odd numbers with a sum of 15. The odd numbers can be the same or different.
(There are eight different possibilities)
Further notes
Play the game on sheet 3, above right. You could introduce the game on the interactive whiteboard, then ask
children to play it in pairs.
Teams take turns to roll the dice. The team tries to make a 2-digit odd number with the two digits.
If 3 and 4 are rolled, the team can make 34 or 43. If the team succeeds, it moves its counter on one square.
Otherwise, it misses a turn. The winner is the first team to reach the island. To roll the dice, click on the dice and
then on the Roll button.
£29.95
During the game, ask
Can you make an odd number with these two digits? If not, why not?
You could print copies of sheet 3. Pull down the File menu and choose Print. Give a copy to each pair, plus
two dice and two counters, and ask them to play the game.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
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Page from Teacher’s Book
To use ICT ideas, you will need to have purchased and installed
the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox. See page 8.
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Apex Maths
Word Problems
AGES
5–11
An extensive database of mathematical
word problems that will save you time
and provide children with motivating
problems to solve.
• Mix and match problems by complexity,
mathematical operation and topic to
tailor work to the needs of individual
pupils.
• Flexible use – the photocopiable sheets can be generated quickly
for early finishers or homework, used as class work, or planned
for an end-of-topic test.
• Whiteboard-friendly so you can teach or consolidate problem
solving skills, or draw ideas together in a plenary.
• Answers are included to save your time, together with useful
advice on teaching and learning problem solving strategies.
• Exceptional value for money at only £47.95 + VAT. This includes
both your single user and site licence.
For PC and Mac
CD-ROM 1
CD-ROM 2
CD-ROM 3
CD-ROM 4
CD-ROM 5
CD-ROM 6
978 1 84565 116 9 (1 84565 116 2)
978 1 84565 117 6 (1 84565 117 0)
978 1 84565 118 3 (1 84565 118 9)
978 1 84565 119 0 (1 84565 119 7)
978 1 84565 120 6 (1 84565 120 0)
978 1 84565 121 3 (1 84565 121 9)
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
Includes site and network licences.
For associated print resources, see the primary numeracy catalogue from Cambridge
University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
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‘Apex Maths Word Problems has been
designed with the busy teacher in mind.
With a few clicks of the mouse teachers
can draw on a wide-ranging bank of
‘story’ problems to create high-quality
worksheets with electronic whiteboard
versions if needed.’
Paul Harrison, author
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Year 3 CD-ROM – Selection Criteria
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Year 3 CD-ROM – Whiteboard format
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A Maths
Dictionary
for Kids
Perfect Times
AGES
4+
Perfect Times is suitable for all ages,
stimulating and challenging for
children and adults alike. It has been
created by Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard,
maths specialist and TES Mathagony Aunt.
A Maths Dictionary for Kids is an
animated, interactive dictionary for
primary children which explains over 470
common mathematical terms in simple language.
• Fun and motivating games help pupils to
improve their number skills.
• Contains definitions, examples, activities, practice and calculations
related to terminology found in the National Numeracy Strategy.
• Can be used in many ways during daily mathematics lessons, for
whole-class, group, paired or individual activities.
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
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Perfect Times
4+
Created by Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard
By Jenny Eather
1
AGES
• Raises standards for all ability levels and ages.
• Helps you to teach and reinforce number recognition,
multiplication and division skills as well as common
number sequences.
• Provides illustrated and interactive examples to help children
• Allows you to set learning programmes to meet individual
• Can be used on an interactive whiteboard by the teacher to
• Results can be displayed as printable graphs so that you can
recognise, understand and use correct mathematical terms.
demonstrate new terminology, for introducing oral starters and
for exploring plenary ideas.
• Can be used on computers to provide consolidation and practice
for all children.
For PC and Mac
A Maths Dictionary for Kids CD-ROM
978 1 84565 033 9 (1 84565 033 6)
pupil needs.
monitor progress easily and set targets.
• For use on a whiteboard with the whole class or on single
computers for individual learning.
• Standardises the assessment of fluency through a time score.
For PC and Mac
Perfect Times
£97.95 + VAT
978 1 84565 013 1 (1 84565 013 1)
£77.25 + VAT
Includes site and network licences.
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/perfecttimes
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
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Ideas Using the
Mult-e-Maths
Toolbox at Years
7 and 8
NEW
Task Maths
Interactive
AGES
4–14
Each CD-ROM contains an engaging
task for whole class and individual pupil
use with teacher support material and
worksheets. The tasks provide a coherent
structure for several weeks’ work and can
be used flexibly for a consolidated piece
of work, a starter activity or during a
plenary.
Ideas for Lower Secondary
This excellent resource gives you
exciting ideas and suggestions
for using the tools at key stage 3.
The handbook and CD-ROM include:
• There are different levels of challenge within each task with core
questions linked to objectives and further ideas for extension and
promoting problem solving.
• Ready-made activities linked to medium term plans
that fit directly into schemes of work.
• Pupils can enhance and consolidate their understanding of key
• Pre-selected toolbox files for immediate use with no
mathematical concepts from the KS3 Programme of Study while
solving problems. Different activities within each task focus on
objectives across all the year groups.
set-up required.
• Specific ideas for lesson starters and plenaries that can be
used straight away.
For PC only
Teacher’s Book and CD-ROM
978 0 521 68340 1 (0 521 68340 8)
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
AGES
11–14
• All the activities are adaptable so you can set up the software
to suit your requirements.
£29.95
• Printable worksheets are included for consolidation away from the
computer or to set situations to investigate with the computer.
• The Teacher’s Notes suggest a range of different activities for each
task with detailed guidance offering a wealth of creative ideas.
• The material is organised by tasks rather than by content to be
suitable for pupils with a wide range of abilities.
PC and Mac
Sequence Machines
Mathematical Art
Is it Possible?
Number Pyramids
978 1 84565 124 4 (1 84565 124 3)
978 1 84565 945 5 (1 84565 945 7)
978 1 84565 946 2 (1 84565 946 5)
978 1 84565 947 9 (1 84565 947 3)
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
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£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
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Vital Statistics
AGES
14+
An enjoyable and flexible CD-ROM
that enables you to teach statistics with
ease and build your students’ confidence
as they learn and revise. Vital Statistics
supports the teaching of statistics to GCSE
Foundation level and the discrete sections
make it ideal for revision at Key Stages 3
and 4.
• Divided into easy to teach sections: Data Collection; Tabulation
and Representation; Diagrammatic Representation; Data Analysis;
Summary Statistics and Probability.
• Clear explanations and animated examples support independent
learning.
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Vital Statistics – summary statistics
‘I found this to be a very
versatile piece of software’
Veronica Prunty, Headteacher,
Saint Benedict Catholic School
• Interactive exercises allow students to test their understanding.
• All sections are supported with paper-based worksheets.
• Can be used for whole-class teaching using an interactive
whiteboard or for individual work for independent learning.
• Covers topics and knowledge for the Foundation GCSE Statistics
course and beyond.
For PC and Mac
Vital Statistics CD-ROM
978 1 84565 025 4 (1 84565 025 5)
£180.00 + VAT
Includes site licence. Network licence available for £325.00 + VAT
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/statistics
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Cambridge
11–18
School Shakespeare
Picture Collection
AGES
G
G
Beatrice and Hero are cousins and the closest of friends. What kind of relationship does this
image suggest they have?
How many lines does Hero speak when she appears in Acts 1 and 2? What does this tell you
about her personality?
This set of four CD-ROMs enables
you to explore performance and
interpretation as never before – providing
a fantastic collection of production
photographs from a wide range of stage
and film versions of some of Shakespeare’s most popular plays.
Part of the bestselling and well respected Cambridge School
Shakespeare series, these CD-ROMs are designed to support
students’ exploration of interpretation, staging and performance.
• A flexible resource that can be used effectively for whole-class
teaching using interactive whiteboards or computer suites, or for
independent or pair work at a single machine.
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• Each CD-ROM features over 70 full-colour images, all of which are
accompanied by on-screen questions that will stimulate discussion
and develop students’ ability to compare and contrast.
• Using these CD-ROMs you will be able to:
– discuss elements of interpretation, performance and staging
– compare and contrast different productions
– listen to parts of the plays, and record your own speeches!
– annotate images with speech and thought bubbles
– sequence images and create your own storyboards.
• Each CD-ROM includes over 100 pages of editable, printable
material that includes: teachers notes and lesson ideas, a host of
worksheets, and tips on making the most of the software – all fully
differentiated for use with students aged from 11 to 18.
For PC only
Macbeth
978 1 84565 951 6 (1 84565 951 1)
Much Ado About Nothing
978 1 84565 950 9 (1 84565 950 3)
Romeo and Juliet
978 1 84565 952 3 (1 84565 952 X)
The Tempest
978 1 84565 953 0 (1 84565 953 8)
c. £150.00 + VAT
c. £150.00 + VAT
c. £150.00 + VAT
Includes site and network licences.
For a full list of Cambridge School Shakespeare plays, see the secondary English
catalogue from Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
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Much Ado About Nothing
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NEW
Shakespeare’s
Language
CD-ROM
AGES
11–18
Help students to grasp how Shakespeare’s
dramatic language expresses the conflicts
which are at the heart of all drama. This
electronic version of the popular teacher’s
resource book Shakespeare’s Language
offers enjoyable and motivating analysis of language to
reveal important wider aspects of the play being studied.
• Contains 150 worksheets which cover a wide variety of stimulating
activities to support class discussion, drama, group presentations
and homework.
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• All worksheets are editable, enabling you to tailor them to your
students’ needs.
• Search by play or language topic to find the most appropriate
worksheet for your class quickly and easily.
• This flexible resource can be used to enrich the study of
Shakespeare at Key Stages 3–5.
• The CD-ROM also features: a cross-referencing facility, enabling
you to move easily between related worksheets; a glossary with
hyperlinks to worksheets and teacher’s notes giving background
information.
For PC only
Shakespeare’s Language CD-ROM
978 1 84565 003 2 (1 84565 003 4)
£49.50 + VAT
Includes site licence.
For a full list of Cambridge School Shakespeare plays, see the secondary English
catalogue from Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge.org/cambridgeschoolshakespeare
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NEW
Scientific
Enquiry
AGES
11–14
Scientific Enquiry is a set of three fully
networkable CD-ROMs for Key Stage 3,
covering the scientific enquiry objectives
set out the Science Framework. There is
one CD-ROM per year, each containing
twelve topics comprising activities
designed for use within the units
of the QCA Scheme of Work.
• By breaking down the teaching of scientific enquiry skills into
topics matched to the QCA units, the CD-ROMs provide you with
a way to teach scientific enquiry as small chunks within your
normal teaching, as suggested by the Science Strategy.
• All activities can be saved, and there is a print option providing
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• Integrate scientific enquiry skills into teaching in line with the
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pupil record sheets to help with assessing progress.
Framework objectives and QCA Scheme of Work guidance.
• Support the transition of skills learning from Key Stage 2 to
Key Stage 3.
• Record and build on pupil progress with scientific enquiry skills.
For PC only
Year 7 CD-ROM
Year 8 CD-ROM
Year 9 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 100 8 (1 84565 100 6)
978 1 84565 112 1 (1 84565 112 X)
978 1 84565 114 5 (1 84565 114 6)
£150.00 + VAT
£150.00 + VAT
£150.00 + VAT
Includes site licence. Network licence available for £100.00 + VAT per disc
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/enquiry
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nce
Reviewing
and Checking
Progress
NEW
Assessment
for Learning
AGES
11–14
This CD-ROM is an invaluable
referencing tool for the whole of
key stage 3, following the assessment
for learning approach. It provides you
with levelling target sheets and clear
references to aid monitoring student
performance.
Reviewing and Checking Progress
CD-ROMs are effective tools for assessing
student progress without formal testing.
They use a range of innovative activities
based on suggestions from the QCA
Scheme of Work to ensure full coverage
of the curriculum.
• Helps you to identify gaps in your student’s knowledge so they
• Activities specially designed to review elements of the QCA Scheme
of Work and check student progress.
• Include a wide range of simulations, animated exercises, quizzes,
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games and group activities, including a statement map builder.
• Free teacher’s notes and model answers available online from
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/reviewingandchecking
• Flexible – for use on an interactive whiteboard, with a data
projector or on individual computers.
For PC and Mac
Year 7 CD-ROM
Year 8 CD-ROM
Year 9 CD-ROM
978 1 84565 018 6 (1 84565 018 2)
978 1 84565 019 3 (1 84565 019 0)
978 1 84565 020 9 (1 84565 020 4)
AGES
11–14
£155.00 + VAT
£155.00 + VAT
£155.00 + VAT
Includes site licence. Network licence covering all three discs available
for £155.00 + VATw
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/reviewingandchecking
can revisit concepts and ideas for revision and consolidation.
• Provides you with levelling target sheets and clear reference
material so you and the pupil can recognise what level they are
at and where they can find suitable materials to revise and
consolidate with.
• The levelling target sheets and reference material are easy to
print off and are provided in Microsoft Word, Excel and PDF
for flexibility, allowing you set your own targets if you so wish.
• The sheets are referenced to the QCA Scheme of Work and other
Cambridge-Hitachi science resources, including Scientific Enquiry
and Reviewing and Checking Progress so you can clearly identify
material to revisit concepts.
Assessment for Learning
978 1 84565 960 8 (1 84565 960 0)
£200.00 + VATw
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
‘The students were focused during the
individual activity and enjoyed it. They
liked the variety it added to lessons.’
Liz Goffin, Charters School, Ascot
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NEW
NEW
Cambridge
14–16
Gateway Sciences
Science
Foundations
Cambridge Gateway Sciences is a brand
new series for the new GCSE science
specification from OCR. The two
CD-ROMs sit alongside the respective
student books, allowing you to deliver
captivating lessons that will motivate
your students.
Exciting new software to support the
new Science Foundations textbooks
written for the revised GCSE
specification from AQA.
AGES
• The software introduces, reinforces, extends
and summarises key concepts.
• By focusing on areas that are difficult to teach with a book,
it offers students new ways to understand more challenging
scientific concepts.
• Non-prescriptive – you can alter the sequence of screens or build
new units; you can use the software to teach the bulk of your
lesson or just use some screens for a starter or plenary.
• The software can be used for whole-class teaching or individual
pupil work giving you value for money and keeping pupils involved
and motivated.
• The books and software work together but can also be used with
other resources. This gives you the flexibility to see what works for
you and helps make the most of your budget
For PC only
Cambridge Gateway Science CD-ROM
Cambridge Gateway Additional Science CD-ROM
For prices and ordering information, please contact customer services
on 01223 325588
For detail of Cambridge Gateway Sciences textbooks, see the secondary science
catalogue from Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge.org/newscience
AGES
14–16
• You can use this software to introduce
topics in the classroom and to reinforce,
extend and summarise key concepts to
keep your students motivated.
• It offers different ways to approach more challenging scientific
concepts, helping you to make them more accessible.
• Helps you make the most of your budget – the new software can
be used alongside the Science Foundations textbooks to provide
blended learning solutions, but also works well with other
resources.
• The resources are flexible – you can change the order in which
you use the materials or build new units to tailor-make your
own lessons.
• You can use the software for starters and plenaries, or to teach
whole lessons.
• The software is suitable for whole-class teaching with an interactive
whiteboard or data projector, and can be used by pupils on
individual computers.
For PC only
Science Foundations Science CD-ROM
Science Foundations Additional Science CD-ROM
For prices and ordering information, please contact customer services
on 01223 325588
For detail of Science Foundations textbooks, see the secondary science catalogue
from Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge.org/newscience
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NEW
Experiment
Simulator
Bioscope
AGES
14+
Bioscope is a fully functioning
simulation of a real microscope that
has been developed by the University of
Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate
(UCLES) and the University of Derby Centre
for Interactive Assessment Development.
Providing you with six simulated
experiments, based on real life
experimental data, including scientifically
valid error ranges. The design of the
product, with little text on screen, makes
the simulations ideal as an all-class
teaching tool and allows you to use the
accompanying worksheets, lesson plans,
and static artworks at either GCSE or AS level.
• A real microscope simulation with
56 sets of botanical and zoological
microscope slides at a range of magnifications,
accompanied by more than 50 hours of student tasks.
• Ideal for students to practise their observation skills, or work to
• Simplicity of use also allows pupils to use the product
independently.
• Aimed purely at experimental science and experimental skills
1
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Experiment Simulator
Bioscope
AGES
14+
development.
develop and improve their practical skills such as focusing, stage
movement and measurement.
• Versatile – can be used for whole class teaching via an interactive
whiteboard or by individual students on PCs.
• Real error ranges are included to produce realistic results.
• Ideal for whiteboard or data projector, or for use on individual
• The slides are suitable for use with most A Level syllabuses, and
For PC and Mac
Experiment Simulator 978 1 84565 140 4 (1 84565 140 5)
For PC only
Bioscope CD-ROM
computers.
Includes site licence. Network licence available for £100.00 + VAT
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/simulator
£200.00 + VAT
tasks have also been included for GCSE, IGCSE and O Level
students.
978 1 84565 026 1 (1 84565 026 3)
£205.95 + VAT
Includes site licence. Network licence available for £102.95 + VAT
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/bioscope
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Also available for GCSE science
Human Body
Systems
Reactive
Science
AGES
14+
The Human Body Systems CD-ROMs
provide a rich archive of teaching
materials to support science teaching,
including animations, video clips, photos,
diagrams and activities.
• A rich range of dynamic and exciting
resources to add variety to your science
teaching.
• Clear animations, including powerful 3-D models and simulations,
present challenging concepts in an accessible way.
• Video clips, photographs and diagrams vividly illustrate topics,
supported by activities to consolidate learning.
• An innovative navigation radar shows how topics interrelate and
AGES
14+
Reactive Science is a course for GCSE
comprising a single textbook and
additional resources on CD-ROM.
The Data Handling CD-ROM provides
an excellent introduction and
reinforcement to this important area
of the specification and will be suitable
for use with a range of resources. The Activities
CD-ROM supports the teaching of key topics in the classroom.
For PC only
See order form for prices and ordering information.
For detail of the Reactive Science textbook, see the secondary science catalogue
from Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
allows you to explore linked topics with ease.
• Flexible – for use on a whiteboard, with a data projector or on
individual computers
For PC and Mac
Human Body Systems 1
978 1 84565 029 2 (1 84565 029 8)
Human Body Systems 2
978 1 84565 030 8 (1 84565 030 1)
Human Body Systems 3
978 1 84565 031 5 (1 84565 031 X)
£225.00 + VAT
£225.00 + VAT
£225.00 + VAT
Includes site licence. Network licence available for £125.00 + VAT per disc
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/hbs
‘Colourful and well laid out.’
Schoolzone reviewer
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Science Foundations
Presents …
Science Foundations Presents provides
animated demonstrations of key science
topics in biology, chemistry and physics
that students frequently have difficulty
with at key stage 4. It can be used to
introduce or reinforce new concepts
using an interactive whiteboard or
data projector, or as a reference and
revision tool on individual PCs.
For PC only
See order form for prices and ordering information.
For resources matched to the new GCSE specifications for 2006,
please see page 18.
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Your essential teaching tools
The Cambridge Board
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The Cambridge Board is the leading whiteboard that includes
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stimulating lessons. Easy to use, tough and versatile, the
Cambridge Board can be used both as an interactive whiteboard
and a dry-wipe board. Customise the toolbar to suit your own
needs and bring lessons to life with features including automatic
links to live video and web cams, and conferencing mode for
shared learning.
With an output of 2000/1500 ANSI lumens, images displayed on
the EDX-8250 projector are vivid and bright, making it an ideal
multi-purpose projector for use in educational environments. With
enhanced connectivity – monitor output, twin computer and video
inputs along with 2 audio inputs, the EDX-8250 provides the
flexibility required in today’s classroom, and it comes with an
additional limited-function teacher’s remote control for use in the
classroom. Enhanced security features include a steel security bar
embedded in the chassis and PIN code protection. At under 3kg
in weight it is still light enough to be portable.
For more information on the Hitachi whiteboard or projector
please contact Alex Goudge, Marketing Manager, at
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