Tutor in a Book's Geometry

Author: Jo Greig

Publisher: Tutor in a Book

ISBN: 9780978639037

Category: Geometry

Page: 294

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Tutor In a Book's Geometry presents a teen tested visual presentation of the course and includes more than 500 well illustrated, carefully worked out proofs and problems, with step by step explanations. Throughout the book, time tested solution and test taking strategies are demonstrated and emphasized. The recurring patterns that make proofs doable are explained and illustrated. Included are dozens of graphic organizers that help students understand, remember and recognize the connection between concepts, as well as comprehensive review sheets. Tutor in a Book's Geometry is designed to replicate the services of a skilled private mathematics tutor and to level the playing field between students who have tutors and those that don't.
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Geometry Flash Cards by Tutor in a Book

Author: Jo Greig

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780978639075

Category:

Page: 186

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More than 180 colorfully printed cards cover the many concepts that students must master in their geometry course. Tutoring expertise is built into the cards. Illustrations are used to demonstrate visually the meaning of many postulates, theorems and definitions. Examples, including examples using numbers, are included for those theorems and definitions that skilled tutors and teachers know students find more difficult to understand. Many teaching tips and hints are included to support student learning. Memory tips are given where useful. Hundreds of sketches assist the student to visualize, understand and retain information. Color is used because studies repeatedly show that color improves retention. Additionally, color coding is used where appropriate, to enhance student understanding of concepts. Cards are printed on sturdy vellum card stock, indexed, and divided into 2 sections, one for each semester of geometry.
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Tutor in a Book's Geometry

Author: Dr Shiletto Ph D,James R. ()

Publisher: Student Books

ISBN: 9781948117432

Category:

Page: 298

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Need a tutor for Geometry? Designed to replicate the services of a skilled private tutor, the new and improved Tutor in a Book's Geometry is a great book! Tutor in a Book's Geometry is an extremely thorough, student tested and effective geometry tutorial. The book includes hundreds of the right, well-illustrated, and carefully worked out and explained proofs and problems.
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Tutor in a Book's Geometry

Author: Dr James

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781797640365

Category: Mathematics

Page: 330

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This book has been designed to improve the learning of geometry far beyond that of the typical and traditional book in the subject. The method of presentation in the book makes it ideal as a means of self-study. For able students, this book will enable then to accomplish the work of the standard course of study in much less time. For the less able, the presentation of numerous illustrations and solutions provides the help needed to remedy weaknesses and overcome difficulties, and in this way keep up with the class and at the same time gain a measure of confidence and security.
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Basic Algebra and Geometry Made a Bit Easier Lesson Plans

A Guide for Tutors, Parents and Homeschoolers

Author: Larry Zafran

Publisher: Larry Zafran

ISBN: 1451558201

Category: Algebra

Page: 129

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This is the fifth book in the Math Made a Bit Easier series by independent math tutor Larry Zafran. It contains 50 abridged lesson plans covering basic algebra and geometry, for a target audience of tutors, parents, and homeschoolers. Each lesson plan includes all of the components of a typical classroom lesson such as aim, motivation, warm-up exercises, demonstrative examples, questions for thought and discussion, and connections to earlier and later material. This book is intended to be used in strict conjunction with the fourth book of the series (Basic Algebra and Geometry Made a Bit Easier: Concepts Explained in Plain English). The book assumes that the instructor actually knows the material him/herself, but could benefit from having a general guideline to follow. The author makes a point of identifying the concepts which most students tend to find easy or difficult, including suggestions on how to help with the latter. The book includes an introduction describing how the book can be put to best use, as well as a section on how to effectively work with students who are struggling with the material. The author explains that for the vast majority of students, the root of the problem can be traced back to never having fully mastered basic math concepts and skills. The book's lessons make frequent reference to reviewing earlier books in the series as needed so that the student masters all of the prerequisite material.
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The High School Geometry Tutor

Author: The Editors of Rea

Publisher: Research & Education Assoc.

ISBN: 9780878915651

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 360

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Revised edition of: The high school geometry problem solver. c1985/Includes index.
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Teaching and Learning Geometry

Author: Doug French

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0826473628

Category: Education

Page: 169

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This fascinating title reviews the teaching and learning of school geometry from the perspective of both the new teacher and the more experienced teacher. It is designed to extend and deepen subject knowledge and to offer practical advice and ideas for the classroom in the context of current practice and research. Particular emphasis is given to the following elements: Understanding the key ideas of the geometry curriculum. Learning geometry effectively: lessons from research and current practice. Misconceptions and errors. Geometry reasoning: problem solving and proving. The role of technology in learning geometry.
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Basic Algebra and Geometry Made a Bit Easier: Concepts Explained In Plain English, Practice Exercises, Self-Tests, and Review

Author: Larry Zafran

Publisher: Larry Zafran

ISBN: 1449958532

Category: Algebra

Page: 154

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This is the fourth book in the Math Made a Bit Easier series by independent author and math tutor Larry Zafran. As the second "main" book of the series, it builds upon the first book which covered key topics in basic math. Before working with this book, it is absolutely essential to have completely mastered all of the material from the first book. Continuing the roadmap which began with the first book, this book covers the basics of the following topics of algebra and geometry: Expressions, equations, inequalities, exponents, factoring, the FOIL method, lines, angles, area, perimeter, volume, triangles, the Pythagorean Theorem, linear equations, and the Cartesian coordinate plane.Again, if the prerequisite material from the first book has not been fully learned, the student will almost certainly proclaim that this book and its material are "hard," and will continue to feel frustrated with math. There is no way to avoid learning math step-by-step at one's own pace. This book emphasizes concepts which commonly appear on standardized exams. While it does not go into great detail about any concept, it explains the material conversationally and "in plain English." Some practice exercises and self-tests are included. Mastery of these concepts will likely be sufficient for the student to achieve his/her math goals, but more advanced exams may require some knowledge of material presented in later books in the series.
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Challenges in Geometry

For Mathematical Olympians Past and Present

Author: Christopher J. Bradley

Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand

ISBN: 0198566913

Category: Mathematics

Page: 205

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Containing numerous exercises, illustrations, hints and solutions, presented in a lucid and thought-provoking style, this text provides a wide range of skills required in competitions such as the Mathematical Olympiad. With more than fifty problems in Euclidean geometry, it is ideal for Mathematical Olympiad training and also serves as a supplementary text for students in pure mathematics, particularly number theory and geometry.
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