Video Text Algebra -Tapestry of Grace Yrs. 1, 2, 3

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Video Text Algebra -Tapestry of Grace Yrs. 1, 2, 3

Postby jasda » Fri Aug 09, 2013 10:00 am

-For Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1, & Algebra 2 (Modules A,B,C,D,E,F)
**Recommended by Jay Wile(Apologia), Cathy Duffy, and The Old Schoolhouse magazine. Charlotte Mason compatible.
-- The DVD-based lessons of Videotext Algebra are a complete course
covering Pre-algebra, Algebra 1 and Algebra 2, with 176 instructor led
lessons. 360 pages of course notes allow students to review the
development of a concept as it follows the lesson, repeating exactly
what was shown on the DVD, while the 590 pages of student work text
provides a review, additional examples, and concise exercises to
complete. There are solution manuals which include detailed, step-by-
step solutions to every problem as well as progress quizzes and tests
which provide an opportunity for students to demonstrate their
understanding of each lesson and unit. Two versions of the quizzes,
tests, cumulative reviews, and final examinations allow for retesting or
review to ensure mastery.
With each Module of the course, you receive the Dvd instructor taught
lessons, course notes, work texts, solutions manuals, quizzes, progress
tests, & instructor's guides with detailed solutions to all quiz and
test problems, and a zippered case to hold the Dvds.
The reason that we named our program "Algebra: A Complete Course," is
that we believe the best way to learn Algebra is to start at the
beginning and end at the end! In this program you will find a complete
study of the essential material covered in a traditional Algebra 1 and
Algebra 2 course.
However, we need to continue a little further with this answer because
Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 are terms that refer mostly to the traditional
way that Algebra has been taught. Traditional Algebra 1 classes attempt
to cover most of Algebra in the first year, but the methods that are
used, and the speed with which the material is covered, hinders student
understanding of the material. Instead, the student is just exposed to
memorizing rules, formulas, tricks, and shortcuts. By the time they get
to what is called an Algebra 2 course, (sometimes after they take a
Geometry course), they have forgotten almost all of the Algebra that
they memorized. So, that Algebra 2 course (which is by definition, a
rehash of whatever has been called “Algebra 1â€

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