Lessons that require a teacher, horrifically dull examples, and forbidding language are all hurdles that homeschoolers must survive when looking at math curriculum...or do we? This applauded geometry curriculum was written specifically for homeschoolers; it doesn't presuppose a teacher constantly at the student's side, so it's very clear about instructions and employs an easy conversational style of writing. Illustrations, examples and graphs have a hand drawn look to them, and problems often use engaging real life illustrations. Not only is the textbook well done, but there are audiovisual lecture, practice, and solution CDs for every chapter, homework and test problem (though Teaching Textbooks Geometry does not feature automated grading). Definitions, theories and more have their own reference portion in the back of the text.
All together, this kit includes: A 768 page spiral bound softcover textbook 164 page test book with answer key 1 test solution CD 6 homework solution CDs with step by step explanations for every problem 4 lecture and practice CDs to accompany the textbook
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