“Math Scripts: Algebra I” is an educational book that provides knowledge for any Algebra 1 course. It is designed to allow students to practice solving equations and inequalities studied in Algebra 1 using a script.
The author artistically designed this book into scripts and synchronized steps in solving equations. “The script provides word-for-word steps using the rules of equations, inequalities, and order of operations. Students can partner with other students and speak the parts in the script that describes step by step how to solve what is given. They have a great opportunity to write what they are saying, which helps them to process how what they are saying is related to how to denote the solution process symbolically. Using this book, learners are not only able to say the correct process, but they see how it should be written, building their literacy. Stages or levels for each topic are available, so students can begin at an entry-level and continue with more complex scripts. Speaking the language of math by performing math scripts will help your student become more fluent in math.”
This easy-to-use book, Math Scripts: Algebra I, is designed for fun practice of a concept. Using a script in solving equations is a new way to process an otherwise boring topic in Math. Scripts provide a systematic and more interactive way of learning; it makes learners more focused (delete on their attention to the topic) and evokes more interest in learning Algebra.
This book is best to share with students, teachers, and parents.
Book copies are available at Amazon (https://www.amazon.com/Math-Scripts-Carol-Armstrong-Hardee-dp-1098039688/dp/1098039688/) and other online book retailers.
Math Scripts: Algebra I
Written by: Carol Armstrong Hardee
Published by: Christian Faith Publishing, Inc
Published date: April 27, 2021
Paperback Price: $19.95
Kindle Price: $9.99
About the Author
Carol Armstrong Hardee is a loving mother and math instructor to high school students and dedicates her efforts to helping her students to cement their understanding of mathematics. In addition to being a classroom teacher, she served as a teacher on special assignment for her school district as a middle school math mentor for the Urban Systemic Program and as a staff developer in the Math and Science Program, both sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
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