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Derivative of Multivariable Functions

Derivative of Multivariable Functions

Derivative of Multivariable Functions is one of the topic which is covered during Mathematics lectures and seminars in order to enhance students knowledge. During this Lecture and Seminar we are covering following subtopics (Agenda): •Partial derivatives of multivariable functions •Rules of partial differentiation •Applications of partial derivatives In this File you will find: - 1 Derivative of Multivariable Functions Lecture Power Point Presentation 28 Slides - 1 Seminar Plan - 14 Seminar Activities with full answer list for students All covered materials are taught for bachelor level students Level 3. Please write your comments once you purchase this lesson in order to have some suggestions for further improvements of teaching materials.
galkin_pavel07
Year 3/4 differentiated FUN Mastery Multiplication problems and puzzles. CHRISTMAS THEMED.

Year 3/4 differentiated FUN Mastery Multiplication problems and puzzles. CHRISTMAS THEMED.

This resource includes an IWB presentation and a word document with Christmas themed multiplication problems and puzzles. Add an element of festive fun to your Maths lessons whilst still engaging the children and ensuring that your class have opportunities to tackle mastery style questions. There are 20 qs in total. Feel free to change the problems to suit the needs of your class. I hope these are useful. Many thanks.
Chesholivia
Numicon Number Bonds to 10 - Animated Powerpoint

Numicon Number Bonds to 10 - Animated Powerpoint

Number Bonds to 10 Powerpoint - 11 pages: Balance the scales with the correct Numicon - children click on the Numicon, if they choose correctly a reward sound plays and the Numicon moves to the scales; if they choose incorrectly a buzz sound plays and the Numicon wiggles but stays where it is. The last page allows the children to practice making number bonds on their own by moving any of the Numicon on and off the scales. PDF: Printable scales to laminate and use with real Numicon.
msmai
Christmas Addition and Subtraction

Christmas Addition and Subtraction

This is an attractive Christmas resource suitable for use with Primary 1 and Primary 2 pupils. The illustrations and borders make it an interesting and engaging activity for children who are looking forward to Christmas. It can be used as a follow up to teaching or a task to be completed by fast finishers. Each worksheet has four sums written in a large font size, with an illustration related to the Christmas time of year. All worksheets require the numbers to be cut and stuck into the correct place for completion of the worksheet. The cut and stick activity is an additional way for the children to record their calculations and has the added bonus of improving fine motor skills. The option for colouring small illustrations is also available. The four stars on each page provide encouragement as one star for every correct answer can be coloured. There are two sets of addition and subtraction worksheets. The first set provides worksheets requiring the addition and subtraction of numbers up to and including 10. The second set provides worksheets requiring the addition and subtraction of numbers up to and including 20. Two front covers are available for use if workbooks are to be produced. The 88 worksheets cater for children who have reached different levels of addition and subtraction and can be used year after year around the weeks before Christmas.
mcgowanfg
Times Tables 2s, 5s and 10s (Interactive PowerPoint Game)

Times Tables 2s, 5s and 10s (Interactive PowerPoint Game)

This is a fun interactive whiteboard game with animations. All my students have loved this activity ('Sir, can we play the chain-game?'). It is enjoyable for both high and low ability – it not only helps students learn the 2, 5 and 10 times-tables, but they also need to remember where the numbers are hidden! --- I typically use this activity as a starter and then as a plenary at the end of the lesson. It gets the whole class involved – even when it's not a students turn, they are repeating the numbers in their head and they are desperate to say where the next number is! The way that I play the game: 1. I go through the members of the sequence and ensure that the students are familiar with each of the numbers; 2. When the board is revealed, I give about 15 seconds to ‘peek’ at the uncovered board so that the students can try to learn where the first few numbers are; 3. I then call up the students one-at-a-time to try an uncover as many numbers as they can before they go wrong. NOTES: I encourage the students to call out the number that they are looking for because this reinforces the learning. This activity works very well if you get two students to play against each other – either on the interactive whiteboard or on PCs.
Maths4Everyone
Add The Room North Pole Express & Memory Cards

Add The Room North Pole Express & Memory Cards

This train theme add the room has a number on each train car with a ten frame below to help students to add sums up to 10. There are 10 half page posters to copy, laminate and hang around the room. Students will take a recording sheet and clipboard and walk around the room writing the addition problem and answers on their recording sheet. Memory cards matching numbers on Christmas Trees to number of gifts are included. See thumbnails for what this product looks like.
kindergartencouture