The end of the year is approaching fast, and the hope is that everybody has been keeping up to date with the years’ work so far and fully understand the concepts that has been handled in class throughout the year.
If you have not, and perhaps fallen behind in understanding some of the vital concepts, I would like to quickly discuss our range of mathematics study guides and explain how I feel they could assist during this final part of the year.
What we tried to achieve in writing the Maths 4 Africa study guides, was to really explain the basic mathematics concepts in the simplest manner possible, by using 2 methods:
- Handwritten style – The books are not typed on a computer, but handwritten which gives the learner the feeling of personal summary notes. It is really easy to read, and due to this style it does not feel like you are reading a handbook, but rather using a summary that someone else made for you
- Clever use of colors – The study guides make clever use of colors to direct the students attention to where it is required. Colors allow you to follow the steps and side notes are easy to connect to the correct step in the example.
The study guides are available for Grade 10, 11 and 12, in both English and Afrikaans.
I hope you will find them useful!