Hands Algebra Ready Use Game Act Gr7-12 Ready-to-Use Games & Activities for Grades 7-12 by Frances M Thompson
  

Hands Algebra Ready Use Game Act Gr7-12 Ready-to-Use Games & Activities for Grades 7-12

Written by Frances M Thompson
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Hands Algebra Ready Use Game Act Gr7-12 Ready-to-Use Games & Activities for Grades 7-12 by Frances M Thompson

Lay a solid foundation of algebra proficiency with over 155 hands-on games and activities. To complement the natural process of learning, each activity builds on the previous one-- from concrete to pictorial to abstract. Dr. Thompson's unique three-step approach encourages students to first recognize patterns; then use diagrams, tables, and graphs to illustrate algebraic concepts; and finally, apply what they've learned through cooperative games, puzzles, problems, and activities using a graphic calculator and computer. You'll find each activity has complete teacher directions, lists of materials needed, and helpful examples for discussion, homework, and quizzes. Most activities include time-saving reproducible worksheets for use with individual students, small groups, or the entire class. This ready-to-use resource contains materials sufficient for a two-semester course in Algebra I and can be adapted for advanced students as well as students with dyslexia.

About the Author

Frances M. Thompson, Ed.D. (University of Georgia) has taught mathematics at the junior and senior high school levels, served as a K-12 math specialist, and is currently professor of mathematics at Texas Woman's University, Denton.

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Format

Paperback
640 pages

Author

Frances M Thompson
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Publisher

Prentice Hall an imprint of Pearson Education (US)

Publication date

15th May 1998

ISBN

9780876283868


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