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More Maths Books Now on the Books for All Database

by Paul Nisbet

on Tue Jul 02, 2013

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Large Print Maths books

Thanks to Caroline Jamieson in Moray for some new Large Print maths books: 

  • Chapters 11 to 22 of TeeJay's new Curriculum for Excellence Level 1b book, in 20 point print (to add to the first half of the book);
  • Heinemann Higher Maths (ediion 1), also in 20 point Large Print.

Click here to see these books on the Database.

These books can be printed out, or read and accessed directly on screen. Because the font size is large to begin with, they work very well on devices with small screens, because learners do not need to zoom in to enlarge the text. They are 'reader-enabled' PDF files so pupils can type their answers directly oin top of the PDF.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scottish Secondary Mathematics

We also have scanned digital copies of the seven Heinemann Scottish Secondary Mathematics books: B1, B2, G1, G2, R1, R2 and R3.

Like most of the books we adapt here in CALL, they were done for pupils with physical disabilites where the main objective is to have digital copies that look like the original, so that the learner can find their way round the book using a laptop or tablet.

But since you can use text-to-speech to read the text, and zoom in to enlarge it, they may also be useful for learners with reading of visual difficulties. The books are also 'reader-enabled' so students can add bookmarks, highlight the text, add sticky notes and other annotations to aid study.

Click here to see these books.

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