Cumulative Frequency Higher Level GCSE
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Cumulative Frequency Higher Level GCSE

A teaching resource provided by ROBIN STEERE.

Resource Description

A complete free lesson ready to teach.

Resource tried and tested for self teaching by brighter pupils.

Lesson based on over 50 years of teaching experience by myself.

I believe this is a high quality resource for both teachers and students (including home teaching and self study).

I offer this for free for you to assess the quality.

If you like this resource then I have 100+ such lessons covering the whole
syllabus for Edexcel, AQA and OCR, based on my experience over decades.

Perhaps you could comment on whether you would be interested in these 100+ lessons
as either single lessons or a single bundle containing them all at a hugely discounted price?
Thanks
RCS

Resource Files

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File Name File Type File Size
CUMULATIVE FREQUENCY 9-1.docx
Microsoft Word 1.4MB

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About the Author

ROBIN STEERE
Teacher retired
I have over 50 years teaching experience of maths. Since retirement I have taught voluntarily in a childrens hospital environment and for this work received the MBE in 2014.

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