Teach A Level Maths 2017 PowerPoints


Teach A Level Maths
Presentations for Classroom and Individual Use from 2017
Get full coverage of the new specifications for teaching from September 2017. This includes instructions for the use of a spreadsheet to extract and analyse data from large datasets. More emphasis has also been given to the techniques of proof and modelling.
Single user £39 + vat, Site £150 + vat, Extended Site incl home use £249 + vat.
Examples shown below.
 These are whiteboard or data projector animated presentations for Year1/AS Mathematics
 There are 81 Powerpoint presentations containing in total more than 1600 slides with Part 2 supported by Excel and Word documents
 The original presentations have been updated and reorganised with the aim of saving teachers a great deal of time searching materials for relevant content
 Theory, worked examples and summaries are included and also introductory exercises with solutions.
 Graphs and illustrations are used extensively to explain and enliven theory.
 The spreadsheet requirement is covered by an introduction to Microsoft Excel, gradually increasing techniques to include use of Pivot tables for extracting data from a large dataset.
 The materials have been written by experienced A level Maths teachers following good mathematical practice throughout with mathematical terminology gradually introduced.
In the classroom, all you need is a Data Projector or Whiteboard and a computer running Office 2007 or later.
Available Now. (Parts 4, 5 and 6 covering Year 2 will be released in 2018.)
Year 1/AS Maths: Free SamplesEach of the Sample 1s show extracts, whilst the Sample 2s are complete presentations. Download the zip archive of all the Powerpoints together called "TALMsamples.zip", and click the link for detailed Teachers' Notes on how to use these Powerpoint files. The TALMsamples.zip archive will probably be placed in your Downloads folder, depending on your computer's setting, and you'll need to doubleclick it after having downloaded it, to decompress the archive and save the Powerpoints to a location of your choice.
 

Students are asked to think about the modelling assumptions 


An example of greater emphasis on proof 




An example of an unstructured problem 


The use of a careful diagram and good practice 




Explaining a difficult concept 


A discussion of modelling assumptions 



The first use of a large data set 


Upgrades available from previous edition of 'Teach ALevel Maths' 


Contact ChartwellYorke Ltd, 114 High Street, Belmont Village, Bolton, Lancashire, BL7 8AL, tel 01204 811001, fax 01204 811008, orders@chartwellyorke.com www.chartwellyorke.com 

