PowerPoint on Trigonometry maths.
3 - 4 Lessons worth of teaching and material.
Explainations on SOH COA TOA - using Sine, Cosine and Tangent.
How to work out the missing side or the missing angle of right angle triangles.
Including worksheets with answers that come up when you click through for efficiency for maths teachers and to help non professions, parents, guardians and students to complete without assistance. :)
There are also GCSE Questions
PowerPoint on Percentages Compound Interest and Depreciation
Lesson(s) on Compound Interest - Perecentage Growth and Depreciation.
There are worksheets where the answers all come up when you click through to make it efficient for maths teachers and good for non professionals / teachers / students to be able to go through without assistance.
PowerPoint on Indices / Index Law
2 -3 Lessons worth of material.
Covers the first 4 laws of indices - multiplying indices, dividing indices, multiplying out brackets with indices and the zero index.
There are worksheets attached. The answers all come up when you click through, which makes it efficient and easier for maths teachers and helps non professionals / parents / students to go through without assistance.
PowerPoint on the Law of Murder.
61 slides covering the actus reus and mens rea of murder, omissions and legal and factual causation.
Includes case law details and case scenarios and other points to to discuss.
There are two A-Level exam style questions at the end.
There is also an accompanying workbook that you can give students to complete and a couple of printable resources at the end of the PowerPoint.
Powerpoint for secondary school level, showing how to tell the time, reading analogue clocks, how to convert to and from 24 hour digital clock, how to work out the time difference and how to read time tables.
GCSE questions included.
All the answers come up as you click through, so this is great to save time for teachers and to aid parents and non specialist teachers.
PowerPoint on Venn Diagrams.
At least 2 lessons worth, depending on your speed.
Describes notation and how to put numbers and values into Venn Diagrams.
Examples and questions on 2 set and 3 set Venn Diagrams.
Includes finding Probability and Conditional Probability.
Clear step by step click through explanations.
Includes classwork activities to display on the board and worksheets to print out.
There are answers to everything that come up as you click through, so this is great to save time or for non specialist teachers. :)
A PowerPoint on how to complete Two Way Tables, how to read data in Two Way Tables and how to work out probability from Two Way Tables.
There are worksheets attached.
All the answers come up for efficiency for maths teachers and so it is easy to use for students, parents and guardians and non qualified teachers. :)
Powerpoint for GCSE Maths on Linear and Quadratic Sequences.
Learning the term to term rule, position to term rule and nth term.
All answers come up as you click through, to make it efficient for teachers and aids parents or non specialist teachers.
I have attached 3 PowerPoint Lessons on Percentages.
Finding Percentages of Amounts without a Calculator
Finding Percentages of Amounts with a Calculator
Working out Percentage Increase and Decrease
This includes detailed learning of finding and using Percentage Multipliers.
The PowerPoints click through nicely to aid visual learning.
There are classwork slides to complete.
All the answers come up when you click through, so it’s great for simplicity or for non specialist maths teachers, parents, guardians or students to use without assistance. :)
Powerpoint with 123 slides on Ratio and Proportion.
Slides explaining how to simplify ratio, how to write something in n:1 or 1:n, how to share in ratio, how to see if things are in proportion and how to work out proportions and ingredients for recipes.
There are lots of worksheets. GCSE questions and challenge questions included.
All the answers come up as you click thorugh, which makes things more efficient for teachers in a lesson or is good for non maths specialist teachers or parents or students.