This unique information source and time-saver for mathematics teachers provides over 300 useful lists for developing instructional materials and planning lessons for elementary and secondary students. Some of the lists supply teacher background; others are to copy for student use, many give new twists to studied topics. For quick access and easy use, the lists are numbered consecutively, organized into eight sections focusing on eight different areas of math, and printed in a big 8 ?q x 11q format for easy photocopying of any lists as many times as you need it. Here's just an overview of the ready-to-use lists you'll find in each section: I. NUMBERS presents 49 lists featuring number theory and operations from qClassification of Real Numbersq and rules for various operations to qBasesq ... qBig Numbers ... qMathematical Signs and Symbolsq ... and qProblem-Solving Strategies.q II. MEASUREMENT includes over 30 lists, ranging from qThings That Measureq and qMeasurement Abbreviationsq to lists of metric units and customary US units, qTemperature Formulasq ... qMeasurement of Timeq ... and qUS MoneyCoins and Bills.q III. GEOMETRY offers more than 50 lists such as qFacts about Pairs of Anglesq ... qFigure Number Formulasq ... qBasic Figures in Geometryq ... qProperties of Similar Trianglesq ... qPythagorean Triplesq ... qSolidsq ... and qFormulas for Surface Area.q IV. ALGEBRA gives you over 40 lists from qHow to Express Operations Algebraicallyq ... qOrder of Operationsq ... and qAlgebraic Grouping Symbols, q to qThe Absolute Facts on Absolute Valueq ... qPowers and Bootsq ... qTypes of Functionsq ... and qConjugate Complex Numbers.q V. TRIGONOMETRY CALCULUS provides more than 30 lists for example, qThe Quadrant Signs of the Functionsq ... qHow to Express Angles in Circular Measureq ... qGraphs of the Inverse Trigonometric Functionsq ... qLimitsq ... and qCurve Drawing.q VI. MATH IN OTHER AREAS offers 38 lists that tie math to other content areas, such as qProbability and Oddsq ... qWays People Are Paidq ... qHow to Balance a Checkbookq ... qStock Market Wordsq ... qHow to Read the New Food Labelq ... qPhysical Activities and Calorie Expenditureq ... and qThe Number in Popular Sports.q VII. POTPOURRI features 19 lists that show how math is used in everyday life activities, for example, qCareers in Mathematicsq ... qWorld Firstsq ... qNumbers and Symbolismq ... qTricky Math Problemsq ... and qMath and Superstition.q VIII. TEACHER' REFERENCE presents 26 lists to help you in various aspects of your work including qSteps to Help Students Develop Problem-Solving Skillsq ... qHow to Run a Cooperative Math Classq ... qMath Bulletin Board Ideasq ... qSteps for Evaluating Portfoliosq ... and qHow to Have a Parents' math Night.q You'll also find a special section at the end with over 20 full-page activity sheets that reinforce the concepts and skills presented in the lists. qNets for Regular Polyhedra, q for example, involves students in making models so they can examine their properties. In Short, The Math Teacher's Book of Lists gives you an unparalleled source of good examples, key words, teachable content, and teaching ideas that might otherwise take many years and much effort to compile! It will save you time and help you instill in your students a genuine appreciation for the world of mathematics.In Short, The Math Teachera#39;s Book of Lists gives you an unparalleled source of good examples, key words, teachable content, and teaching ideas that might otherwise take many years and much effort to compile!

Title | : | The Math Teacher's Book of Lists |

Author | : | Judith A. Muschla, Gary Robert Muschla |

Publisher | : | Jossey-Bass - 1995 |

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