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Mathematics Decision 1 Lessons

Mathematics Decision 1 Lessons

This is a set of lessons for Decision Mathematics. The resources include Powerpoints and worksheets. Powerpoint include: Learning objectives Examples animated at each step to support explanations and independent learning Important information written in red boxes to scaffold learning. Worksheets include examples on a word document for students to write on. Topics: Spanning Trees Linear Programming Dijkstra’s Algorithm Chinese Postman Problem Travelling Salesman Problem Matching Sorting Algorithms Graph Theory I hope you enjoy these lessons, where they can be used in the following ways: To deliver a course with reduced planning but not reducing quality of the lesson, as this course can be time consuming writing and preparing examples, where this resource can help. As a basis for an observation lesson to save time preparing resources. To give to students for out of lesson learning. To support teachers who are new to this topic, again to reduce planning time.

By n_s4

Mathematics Decision 1 Lessons

Mathematics Decision 1 Lessons

This is a set of lessons for the Decision Mathematics module for A level. The resources include Powerpoints and worksheets. Powerpoint include: Learning objectives Examples animated at each step to support explanations and independent learning Important information written in red boxes to scaffold learning. Worksheets include examples on a word document for students to write on. Topics: Spanning Trees Linear Programming Dijkstra’s Algorithm Chinese Postman Problem Travelling Salesman Problem Matching Sorting Algorithms Graph Theory I hope you enjoy these lessons, where they can be used in the following ways: To deliver a course with reduced planning but not reducing quality of the lesson, as this course can be time consuming writing and preparing examples, where this resource can help. As a basis for an observation lesson to save time preparing resources. To give to students for out of lesson learning. To support teachers who are new to this topic, again to reduce planning time.

By n_s4

A level applied maths: Decision revison

A level applied maths: Decision revison

A great resource for A level students on Decision maths. Specifically for AQA but can be used for all other exam boards as well. Provides quick, easy to understand information for the topics. Has many uses including as flashcards, posters, powerpoint presentation for revision and introduction of decision topics. A great and very helpful resource

By suz1230

English Correction Code for Subjects

English Correction Code for Subjects

Marking work should be consistent and show students how they can improve. according to Ofsted (Outstanding Teacher). Using this code, teachers have the ability to do exactly that. This will show students how their work is marked and what it means. This can and should be used for any subject. The aim of marking is not to correct the students work for them, as this does not let the pupil improve. Using this framework, we can do exactly that.

By mcwjbanner

How To Find The Shortest Route: Leonhard Euler

How To Find The Shortest Route: Leonhard Euler

If you ever had a paper route or any other job that took you through a series of streets, you may have spent some time working out the quickest way to complete the circuit. In order to cover your route most efficiently, you would want to avoid going back over streets you had already covered and you would want to avoid traveling on streets that were not part of your route.

By AMomentOfScience