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Untitled - Cambridge
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Welcome to the Cambridge–Hitachi 2007 catalogue
Inside, you will find details of all our software titles for primary
and secondary schools. To try any of these products for yourself,
visit our website, www.cambridge-hitachi.com, where you will
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Mult-e-Maths
Evaluated by
Schoolzone
Approved for
Hitachi boards
Can be bought using
your eLearning Credits
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NEW
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Assessment for Learning
A Maths Dictionary for Kids
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Reviewing and Checking Progress
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Experiment Simulator
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Bioscope
18
Human Body Systems
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Primary Literacy
Accompanies printed
resources
NEW
Apex Maths Word Problems
Classics
Can be used across
a network
Cambridge Gateway Sciences
Scientific Enquiry
Secondary Mathematics
Platform: Apple Mac
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Perfect Times
Platform: Windows
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NEW
Secondary History
Interactive Whiteboard
tools built in
NEW
ICT Ideas
Primary Mathematics
Key to Symbols
Science Foundations
NEW FRAMEWORK EDITION 3
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
Secondary Science
Please call Customer Services on 01223 325588 to request
your copy.
Secondary Science
Primary Maths
Primary Literacy
Secondary English
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i-read for Key Stage 1
NEW
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i-read for Key Stage 2
NEW
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16
NEW
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Secondary Mathematics
Penpals for Handwriting
10
Task Maths Interactive
Phonics Focus
11
Vital Statistics
20
Storybook Phonics
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Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
20
Ideas Using the Mult-e-Maths
Toolbox at Lower Secondary NEW
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Primary Humanities
Vikings!
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Victorian Britain
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NEW
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Secondary English
Shakespeare’s Language
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Cambridge School Shakespeare
Picture Collections
NEW
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Approved for
SMART Board
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Our Licensing Policy for UK Schools
For Primary Schools
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Available from February 2007
Mult-e-Maths
New Framework
Edition
AGES
7–11
Series consultant Anita Straker
‘Mult-e-Maths is extremely well
designed and researched. It makes
the best possible use of interactive
technology.’
Maths Co-ordinator,
Quarry Mount Primary School, Leeds
Written in conjunction with BEAM
and Anita Straker, Mult-e-Maths helps
strengthen pedagogy, employing your
interactive whiteboard as an effective resource.
• encouraging flexibility
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Lesson Builder
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Main Menu – organised into 7 new strands across each year group.
in the organisation of
the curriculum and the
structure of mathematics
lessons.
• structuring teaching
and learning over
sequences of lessons
as well as within
lessons.
The new Planning CD-ROM adds
Mult-e-Maths to the structure suggested
by the Primary Strategy, helping your
school implement the renewed
Framework by choosing sections to
adapt and embed.
Organised into the seven new strands
across each year group, Mult-e-Maths
builds progression across topics and
years, helping you increase pace.
• more effective use
Alongside the renewed Framework,
Mult-e-Maths incorporates suggestions
for assessment, careful questioning
and differentiation into every activity.
• broadening and
Mult-e-Maths provides visual and
effective resources with clear teaching
notes for the more challenging areas
of mathematics.
strengthening
pedagogy.
Maths Subject Leader,
Uphill Primary School, North Somerset
The new Lesson Builder featured
in each year allows you to personalise
resources and organise lessons to suit
the needs of your class, helping you
respond to pupils‘ progress.
• raising expectations
for all children.
of assessment to
inform and direct
teaching and learning.
‘Very clear and nicely differentiated.’
‘The interactive nature of the
activities is excellent.’
Y6 Teacher,
Intake Primary School, Doncaster
‘The visual images provided help
children to ‘see’ the concept
clearly.’
Deputy Headteacher,
East Rainton Primary School, Sunderland
For PC only
Year 3 CD-ROM
Year 4 CD-ROM
Year 5 CD-ROM
Year 6 CD-ROM
Planning CD-ROM
978-1-84565-165-7
978-1-84565-166-4
978-1-84565-167-1
978-1-84565-168-8
978-1-84565-169-5
Price includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
Customise
Mult-e-Maths by
using the Lesson Builder
to add Toolbox and other
activities –
see pages 4 – 5.
£250.00 + VAT
£250.00 + VAT
£250.00 + VAT
£250.00 + VAT
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Mult-e-Maths
Toolbox
AGES
4–14
Series consultant Anita Straker
A powerful, flexible interactive
whiteboard resource, 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 maths activities to suit your learning objectives, save the
file and have everything ready to teach.
• Set up progressive pages to give your lessons a clear structure
and help you maintain a good pace.
‘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
• 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.
• Files can be imported into the Mult-e-Maths New Framework
Edition Lesson Builder allowing you to differentiate lessons to suit
the needs of your class.
PC only
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
CD-ROM*
978-1-84565-075-9
User Manual
978-1-84565-949-3
£375.00 + VAT
£4.95
‘…a dynamic, colourful and adaptable resource,
perfect for teaching those difficult teaching
points – with high visual impact… The Toolbox
is truly interactive… and adds up to a powerful
way to focus teaching and learning. Definitely a
‘must have’ for all maths teachers!’
Tim Rylands, Junior Education
*Price includes site licence.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/multemaths
Find hundreds
of ideas for using the
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
– see page 5.
‘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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ICT Ideas
AGES
4–14
Written by Anita Straker,
Paula Beverley, Fran Wilson
Straightforward advice, ideas and
activities using the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
to support effective teaching and learning
with an interactive whiteboard.
• Gives you the confidence to use your
interactive whiteboard to deliver
appropriate aspects of the maths curriculum.
N6.7 Number
• Helps you embed using and applying into your lessons,
Multiplication tables
fostering a problem solving approach to each objective.
What to do
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.
• Talking points emphasises speaking and listening, as
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Investigating properties of shapes with Anita Straker’s Talking Points with
Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
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Sorting activity using the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
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.
Objectives
encouraged within the renewed Framework, helping children
to make connections between different concepts.
Know by heart all
addition and
subtraction facts for
each number to at
least 10
• Teacher’s Books help you adapt and develop the ideas from
Recognise odd and
even numbers to at
least 30
the prepared activities provided on the accompanying CD-ROMs.
Vocabulary
sum, total
• Hundreds of ideas for the busy teacher, all matched to the
altogether
odd, even
next, before, after
renewed Primary Framework objectives.
possibilities
Resources
individual miniwhiteboards a copy of
sheet 3, two 1–6 dice
and two counters for
each pair of children
(optional)
PC only
Anita Straker’s Talking Points with the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
Teacher’s Book and CD-ROM
978-1-84565-961-5
£34.95 + VAT
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
101 Ways to Use Mult-e-Maths Toolbox at Key Stage 1
Teacher’s Book and CD-ROM
978-1-84565-962-2
£29.95 + VAT
Ideas Using the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox at Lower Secondary
Teacher’s Book and CD-ROM
978-1-84565-963-9
£34.95 + VAT
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.
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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To use ICT Ideas, you will need to have purchased and installed
the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox. See page 4.
Page from Talking Points with the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
Teacher’s Book
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Apex Maths
Word Problems
AGES
5–11
Written by Paul Harrison and Peter Clarke
An extensive database of mathematical
word problems that will save you time
and provide children with motivating
problems to solve.
‘Apex Word Problems are an ideal source for
providing relevant real life problems. They are
flexible and easy to use and allow the teacher
to make the necessary changes to make the
problems easier or harder but contextually the
same. We would recommend the Apex Maths
CD-ROMs to other maths co-ordinators.’
Headteacher,
Shaw Wood Primary School, Doncaster
• 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
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Year 6 CD-ROM – Selection Criteria
• Answers are included to save your time, together with useful
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Year 6 CD-ROM – Whiteboard format – answers can be revealed or hidden
solving skills, or draw ideas together in a plenary.
advice on teaching and learning problem solving strategies.
• Helps you embed the use and application of key calculation
skills into your lessons.
• The new 6 Extension CD-ROM provides word problems for
your more able year 6 who are working at Level 5.
‘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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For PC and Mac
CD-ROM 1
CD-ROM 2
CD-ROM 3
CD-ROM 4
CD-ROM 5
CD-ROM 6
CD-ROM 6 Extension
978-1-84565-116-9
978-1-84565-117-6
978-1-84565-118-3
978-1-84565-119-0
978-1-84565-120-6
978-1-84565-121-3
978-1-84565-164-0 NEW
Price includes site licence.
For associated print resources, see the primary mathematics catalogue
from Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
£47.95 + VAT
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A Maths
Dictionary
for Kids
Perfect Times
AGES
4+
Perfect Times is suitable for all ages, and
is 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
• Contains definitions, examples, activities, practice and calculations
related to terminology found in the Primary Framework.
• 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
• Provides illustrated and interactive examples to help children
recognise, understand and use correct mathematical terms.
• Can be used on an interactive whiteboard by the teacher to
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 only
A Maths Dictionary for Kids CD-ROM
Includes site licence.
4+
Created by Wendy Fortescue-Hubbard
By Jenny Eather
1
AGES
improve their knowledge of number facts, as
encouraged by the renewed Primary Framework.
• 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.
• Allows you to set learning programmes to meet individual
pupil needs.
• Results can be displayed as printable graphs so that you can
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.
978-1-84565-033-9
£97.95 + VAT
For PC and Mac
Perfect Times
978-1-84565-013-1
£79.00 + VAT
Includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/perfecttimes
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i-read Key Stage 1
AGES
5–7
Series Editors Pie Corbett and Ann Webley
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. i-read offers continuity and progression
in learning to read from Year 1 to 6.
The stories, poems and non-fiction in i-read KS1 have been written
to develop children’s reading skills by building word-, sentenceand text-level work onto their enjoyment of a high-quality text.
• High quality, whole texts from top children’s authors including
Martin Waddell, Debjani Chatterjee, Val Bloom and Tony Bradman
to foster reading for pleasure.
• Integration of poetry, fiction and non-fiction on one CD-ROM to
support your planning and delivery.
• Each CD-ROM contains nine themes and can be easily integrated
into your existing schemes of work.
• Accompanying books can be used for guided group reading or
homework to consolidate skills learnt in the whole-class session.
• Objectives match the renewed Primary Framework, including the
need to read texts on screen.
For PC and Mac
Year 1 CD-ROM
Year 2 CD-ROM
978-1-84565-131-2
978-1-84565-132-9
Price includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/i-read
For associated print resources see the primary literacy catalogue from
Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
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£260.00 + VAT
£260.00 + VAT
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i-read
Key Stage 2
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
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Year 6 fiction
5
Year 4 poetry
‘i-read covers all learning styles and
really brings the text alive with its
use of audio and video clips.’
Literacy Co-ordinator,
Delphside C P School, Lancs.
‘i-read gives the children
confidence in what they
are doing.’
Head of Y3 and 4,
Martins Wood Primary School,
Stevenage
and dialogues hone listening skills and help children engage
with the text.
• Pupil anthologies support guided and independent reading away
from the whiteboard. The anthology packs contain four copies
each of the fiction, non-fiction and poetry anthologies.
‘wonderful texts’
Literacy Co-ordinator,
All Saints Primary School, Peterborough
• Engaging stories and non-fiction texts have been newly written
by children’s (and your!) favourite authors.
• Easily integrated with cross-references to the renewed Primary
For PC and Mac
Year 3 CD-ROM
Year 3 Pupil Anthologies (Pack of 12)
978-1-84565-102-2
978-0-521-68531-3
£250.00 + VAT
£50.00
• Supports the teaching and learning of reading and manages the
Year 4 CD-ROM
Year 4 Pupil Anthologies (Pack of 12)
978-1-84565-103-9
978-0-521-68528-3
£250.00 + VAT
£50.00
Year 5 CD-ROM
Year 5 Pupil Anthologies (Pack of 12)
978-1-84565-104-6
978-0-521-68529-0
£250.00 + VAT
£50.00
Year 6 CD-ROM
Year 6 Pupil Anthologies (Pack of 12)
978-1-84565-105-3
978-0-521-68530-6
£250.00 + VAT
£50.00
Framework, the Scottish 5–14 Guidelines and the Northern Ireland
Lines of Development.
transition from reading to writing.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/i-read
NEW Teacher’s Guide – call 01223 325588 for details
Price includes site and network licences.
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Handwriting
CD-ROMs
AGES
3–11
Written by Gill Budgell and Kate Ruttle
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.
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
‘A brilliant resource for teaching
handwriting and a highly appropriate
use of ICT to enhance the delivery
of literacy.’
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
left- and 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.
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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
Please call 01223 325588 for ISBN and price
978-1-84565-010-0
£97.95 + VAT
978-1-84565-008-7
£97.95 + VAT
978-1-84565-009-4
£97.95 + VAT
978-1-84565-011-7
£97.95 + VAT
978-1-84565-012-4
£97.95 + VAT
978-1-84565-106-0
£97.95 + VAT
Price 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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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
Phonics Focus helps pupils to accelerate
their learning of phonics to become
confident and successful spellers.
Storybook Phonics offers a story-based
approach to phonics practice that helps
pupils to read with confidence.
practice activities for all pupils.
• Especially beneficial for those who
The stories are:
struggle with spelling.
• Record and track progress and set a sequence of work to give
children support where it is needed most.
• Customise activities with your own word lists so that practice
is tailored to individual needs.
Phonics Focus
5
Storybook Phonics 3
• 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
978-1-84565-002-5
978-1-84565-006-3
978-1-84565-004-9
978-1-84565-005-6
Price includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/phonicsfocus
4–7
Written by Tony Mitton, Cynthia Rider,
Francis Lynne and Kate Ruttle
• Structured, progressive and cumulative
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£128.75 + VAT
• attractively illustrated and animated to motivate pupils
• brought to life by engaging narrators
• supported by fun, interactive games
• 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
• supported by printable teacher’s notes.
For PC and Mac
Storybook Phonics 1 CD-ROM
Storybook Phonics 2 CD-ROM
Storybook Phonics 3 CD-ROM
978-1-84565-021-6
978-1-84565-022-3
978-1-84565-023-0
£132.50 + VAT
£132.50 + VAT
£132.50 + VAT
Price 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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Victorian Britain
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Vikings! is a unique CD-ROM made up
of two components that are rich in
teaching resources and interactive
learning experiences for pupils.
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 transports children 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.
• The World of the Vikings is an unparalleled resource for Key
Stage 2 history and project work.
– Twelve themed evidence boxes contain primary source material
covering all aspects of Viking life.
– 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
Price includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/vikings
AGES
7–11
£79.50 + VAT
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 class when you explore Virtual Burton using an interactive
whiteboard.
• The two CD-ROMs include a wealth of resource material, plus
teacher notes and pupil worksheets.
• The linked Victorian Britain Online website enables pupils to
connect with a series of interactive, illustrated stories. Each
story has a narrated version so pupils can work individually at
a computer.
For PC only
Victorian Britain
978-1-84565-024-7
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/victorianbritain
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11–19
Cambridge
School Shakespeare
Picture Collections
Shakespeare’s 11–19
Language CD-ROM
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 fantastic collection of production photographs from a wide
range of stage and film versions.
• Flexible for whole-class teaching using interactive whiteboards
or for independent work at a single machine.
Much Ado About Nothing Picture Collection CD-ROM
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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 editable teacher’s notes, lesson ideas and
worksheets – all fully differentiated for use with students aged
from 11 to 19.
For PC and Mac
Macbeth
Much Ado About Nothing
Romeo and Juliet
The Tempest
Price includes site and network licences.
978-0-521-69605-0
978-0-521-69604-3
978-0-521-69606-7
978-0-521-69607-4
• Contains 150 worksheets which cover a wide variety of
stimulating activities to support class discussion, drama,
group presentations and homework.
• All worksheets are editable, enabling you to tailor them to
• Using these CD-ROMs you will be able to:
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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.
£150.00 + VAT
£150.00 + VAT
£150.00 + VAT
£150.00 + VAT
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
£51.00 + VAT
Price 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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Science Foundations
Whole Class Teaching
AGES
14–16
The new Science Foundations Whole Class Teaching CD-ROMs
contain interactive animations, explanations and activities to
support teaching for the new AQA GCSE specification.
• Two separate CD-ROMs for Science and Additional Science.
• Can be used for starters, plenaries or to teach the main part
of a lesson.
• The software can be used on an interactive whiteboard, with
Science Foundations
Teacher Files
The Teacher Files contain worksheets, lesson plans and support
materials in PDF and Word format to help you with your teaching.
They provide each teacher with their own work area and the ability
to share planning work done by other teachers.
Science Teacher File
Additional Science Teacher File
978-1-84565-972-1 £250.00 + VAT
978-1-84565-126-8 £250.00 + VAT
Price includes site and network licences.
a data projector or on individual computers.
• Offers different ways to approach more challenging scientific
NEW
• The ‘lesson builder’ feature allows you to tailor-make and edit
Science Foundations Online
• Can be used as a blended learning solution with the Science
You can use Science Foundations Online for both Science
and Additional Science.
concepts, making them more accessible.
text for your own lessons.
Foundations textbooks and other class books, or as a stand
alone resource.
For PC and Mac
Science Whole Class Teaching
Additional Science Whole Class Teaching
978-1-84565-968-4 £480.00 + VAT
978-1-84565-969-1 £480.00 + VAT
Price includes site and network licences.
For associated print resources, see the secondary science catalogue from
Cambridge Uiversity Press. Call 01223 325588.
From March 2007
• It is a secure web-based resource for use by teachers or
students at school or home.
• For lesson planning, delivery or completion of assignments.
• It is hosted by Cambridge–Hitachi, to minimise server and
system requirements.
• You can access content for Science and Additional Science in
one place, and you can create student work and assignments
from both sets of material.
Science Foundations Science Online
Initial payment
Annual subscription after 1st year
978-1-84565-163-3 £480.00 + VAT
£190.00 + VAT
Science Foundations Additional Science Online
For more information call Customer Services on 01223 325588.
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Cambridge Gateway
Cambridge Gateway Sciences
14–16
Sciences Whole Class Teaching
Teacher Files
AGES
Deliver captivating lessons with the new Cambridge Gateway
Sciences Whole Class Teaching software for the new OCR GCSE
specification B.
• Two separate CD-ROMs for Science and Additional Science.
• Can be used for starters, plenaries or to teach the main part
of a lesson.
• The software can be used on an interactive whiteboard, with
a data projector or on individual computers.
• Offers different ways to approach more challenging scientific
concepts, making them more accessible.
• The ‘lesson builder’ feature allows you to tailor-make and edit
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text for your own lessons.
• Can be used as a blended learning solution with the Cambridge
Gateway Sciences textbooks and other class books, or as a stand
alone resource.
For PC and Mac
Science Whole Class Teaching
Additional Science Whole Class Teaching
978-1-84565-964-6 £480.00 + VAT
978-1-84565-965-3 £480.00 + VAT
Provide lesson plans and activity sheets, plus advice on the best
way to use the Cambridge Gateway Sciences resources. They
provide each teacher with their own work area and the ability to
share planning work done by other teachers.
For PC and Mac
Science Teacher File
Additional Science Teacher File
978-1-84565-127-5 £250.00 + VAT
978-1-84565-129-9 £250.00 + VAT
Price includes site and network licences.
NEW
From March 2007
Cambridge Gateway
Sciences Online
Cambridge Gateway Sciences Online offers you a science resource
that will really engage your students at school or at home.
• A secure on-line resource for school-based teaching or for use at
home for teacher preparation or students to complete assignments.
Price includes site and network licences.
• Hosted by Cambridge–Hitachi, it is easy-to-use and minimises
For associated print resources, see the secondary science catalogue from
Cambridge University Press. Call 01223 325588.
• Access both Science and Additional Science content at the same
server requirements.
time, and use a combination of both to create student assignments.
Cambridge Gateway Sciences Science Online
Initial payment
978-1-84565-162-6 £480.00 + VAT
Annual subscription after 1st year
£190.00 + VAT
Cambridge Gateway Sciences Additional Science Online
For more information call Customer Services on 01223 325588.
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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 in 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 and Mac
Year 7 CD-ROM
Year 8 CD-ROM
Year 9 CD-ROM
978-1-84565-100-8
978-1-84565-112-1
978-1-84565-114-5
£154.50 + VAT
£154.50 + VAT
£154.50 + VAT
Price includes site licence. Network licence available for £103.00 + VAT per disc
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/enquiry
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Assessment
for Learning
Reviewing
and Checking
Progress
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.
• Helps you to identify gaps in your students’ knowledge so they
can revisit concepts and ideas for revision and consolidation.
• Provides you with levelling target sheets and clear reference
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material so you and your students can recognise what level they
are at and where they can find suitable materials to revise and
revisit concepts.
• The levelling target sheets and reference material are easy to print
off and are provided in Microsoft Word, Excel and PDF formats for
flexibility, allowing you to set your own targets if you 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
Price includes site and network licences.
978-1-84565-960-8
£200.00 + VAT
AGES
11–14
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.
• The activities are specially designed to review elements of the
QCA Scheme of Work and check student progress.
• Includes a wide range of simulations, animated exercises, quizzes,
games and group activities, including a statement map builder.
• Free teacher’s notes and model answers are 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
978-1-84565-019-3
978-1-84565-020-9
£159.75 + VAT
£159.75 + VAT
£159.75 + VAT
Price includes site licence. Network licence covering all three discs available
for £159.75 + VATw
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/reviewingandchecking
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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Experiment
Simulator
Bioscope
AGES
14+
Bioscope is a fully functioning
simulation of a real microscope that
has been developed by Cambridge
Assessment 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.
• Aimed purely at experimental science and experimental skills
development.
• Real error ranges are included to produce realistic results.
• Ideal for whiteboard or data projector, or for use on individual
computers.
978-1-84565-140-4
£204.00 + VAT
Price includes site licence. Network licence available for £102.00 + VAT
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/simulator
• A rich range of dynamic and exciting
56 sets of botanical and zoological
microscope slides at a range of magnifications,
accompanied by more than 50 hours of student tasks.
independently.
resources to add variety to your science
teaching.
• Ideal for students to practise their observation skills, or work to
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.
• The slides are suitable for use with most A Level syllabuses, and
tasks have also been included for GCSE, IGCSE and O Level
students.
For PC only
Bioscope CD-ROM
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 real microscope simulation with
• Simplicity of use also allows students to use the product
For PC and Mac
Experiment Simulator
Human Body
Systems
AGES
14+
978-1-84565-026-1
£212.00 + VAT
Price includes site licence. Network licence available for £106.00 + VAT
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/bioscope
• 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
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
Human Body Systems 2 978-1-84565-030-8
Human Body Systems 3 978-1-84565-031-5
Price includes site licence. Network licence available for £128.00 + VAT per disc
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/hbs
‘Offers both versatility and quality.’
TES
‘Colourful and well laid out.’
Schoolzone reviewer
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Task Maths
Interactive
AGES
11–14
Each Task Maths 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.
• There are different levels of challenge within each task with core
questions linked to objectives and further ideas for extension and
problem solving.
• Pupils can enhance and consolidate their understanding of key
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mathematical concepts from the KS3 Programme of Study while
solving problems. Different activities within each task focus on
objectives across all the year groups.
• All the activities are adaptable so you can set up the software
to suit your requirements.
• 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
978-1-84565-945-5
978-1-84565-946-2
978-1-84565-947-9
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£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
£95.00 + VAT
Price includes site and network licences.
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/taskmaths
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Mult-e-Maths Toolbox
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.
A flexible set of tools that you can combine and use to
create customised maths lessons.
• Contains eight mini toolboxes, arranged by mathematical strand
which are easily accessible at all times.
• Use multiple sheets to set up progressive maths lessons in a
single document.
• Easily demonstrate concepts that can’t be easily shown in any
other way.
• 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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Secondary
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• 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
See page 4 for full details.
978-1-84565-025-4
£185.50 + VAT
Price includes site licence. Network licence available for £334.50 + VAT
www.cambridge-hitachi.com/statistics
‘I found this to be a very
versatile piece of software.’
Headteacher,
Saint Benedict Catholic School
This excellent resource gives you
exciting ideas and suggestions for
using the Mult-e-Maths Toolbox at Key
Stage 3. The handbook and CD-ROM include:
• Ready-made activities linked to medium term plans that fit
directly into schemes of work.
• Pre-selected Toolbox files for immediate use with no set-up
required.
• Specific ideas for lesson starters and plenaries that can be used
straight away.
See page 5 for full details.
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