Free Powerpoints for PK-12 Math Abacus. Absolute Value. Addition. Algebra. Algebra, Linear.
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Students are expected to achieve a level 2 in maths and English. This can be achieved through GCSEs (grade 4 and above) or level 2 Functional Skills (pass) T Level panels are free to set higher maths and English requirements, where necessary. Other requirements set by T Level panels. Occupation-specific requirements included, where possible, if they are essential for skilled employment e.g.Read More
The times tables are the basics of maths. If you know the basics, you’ll find the rest much much easier. This is saying largely what the previous slide but with a different image. You might be interested to know that the word cloud was based on an analysis of GCSE topics by Will Emeny (Great Maths Teaching Ideas). The thing that came out on.Read More
Hamilton provide PowerPoint slide presentations that present the correct pedagogy, models and images for teaching our maths blocks. These presentations are ready to use in your classroom. Just download and go. Everything for the taught part of the lesson is there, including practice sheets and summative mastery questions for the block. Presentations are available for all our maths blocks.Read More
Challenging grammar KS2 PowerPoint presentations. These PowerPoint presentations accompany the Challenging Grammar teaching pack.Each presentation supplements a specific grammar topic from the teaching pack, and is designed to be used alongside the teaching material in the pack itself.Read More
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Maths education presentation with Pi (widescreen) This educational template design contains the Pi symbol and works well for maths students, teachers and others in education, although it works well for businesses, too. This accessible presentation template contains multiple slide layouts in widescreen format (16x9) and includes a sample chart.Read More
This presentation as a PowerPoint file is available to teachers who have subscribed to Transum. Here is the URL of this presentation linking directly to the slide you are currently viewing, slide number 1. Copy and paste this link into your scheme of work, revision notes or blog.Read More
Maths and Our Health; Disease Dynamics Schools Pack; Multi-Media Packs; Cross-Curricular Resources; Powerpoint Presentations.Read More
The Maths Illuminated PowerPoint Presentation Package makes it quick and easy for a teacher to prepare high quality lessons, and makes learning fun and funky through technology that learners can relate to. What do I need? You need a data projector, laptop or PC with PowerPoint 2010, and a whiteboard or screen to use the presentations in your.Read More
The PowerPoint presentation is provided in two formats: (1) a color version for making color transparencies and (2) a black-and-white version for use as blackline masters. Speaker remarks are contained in the “Notes Pages” of the PowerPoint presentation.Read More