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Saxon Math Algebra 2, 3rd Edition Home Study Kit & Teaching Tape Technology DVD Set Bundle
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Teaching Tape Full Set DVDs: Saxon Math Algebra 2, 2nd/3rd EditionTeaching Tape / DVD$226.19 Retail:2 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Saxon Math Algebra 1, 3rd Edition Home Study Kit & Teaching Tape Technology DVD Set BundleSaxon Publishing / Other$293.99 Retail:
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Teaching Tape Full Set DVDs: Saxon Math Algebra 1, 3rd EditionTeaching Tape / DVD$226.19 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Saxon Math Algebra 2 2nd & 3rd Edition DIVE CD-RomDigital Interactive Video Education / Compact disc$49.90 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 8 Reviews
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Mom Who Reads A lotAge: 45-54Gender: female3 Stars Out Of 5Text is Great, Tapes are notJune 23, 2014Mom Who Reads A lotAge: 45-54Gender: femaleI have nothing against Saxon Algebra 2, its the teaching tapes that come with the textbook. They are incomplete. The teacher on the DVD covers the lesson content and how to solve (step by step) the example and practice problems. However, the problem sets are not covered at all.
This is difficult because the answer key does not give step-by-step instructions on how to solve the problems, it only gives the answer.
We found that the Saxon Teacher products does review all of the example, practice and problem sets along with giving a brief overview of the lesson. It's more complete and less expensive than the teaching tapes.
So, I'd pass on the more expensive teaching tapes and get the Saxon Teacher DVDs instead. They are a terrific resource.
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Q: What is the "technology tape DVD" on Saxon Algebra 2? How does this differ from the D.I.V.E. CD ROM?
Both "Teaching Tapes DVDs" and "DIVE CD-ROMs" teach the concepts presented in the Saxon Math Books. They cover the lessons, investigations, and lesson practice problems. They do not review solutions to the problem sets or tests. The primary difference between the two is "Teaching Tapes" features an actual classroom teacher, while "DIVE" is in a digital whiteboard format where you hear the teaching, but only see a cursor illustrating the problems. Also, "Teaching Tapes" can be played on a computer or DVD player, while "DIVE" can only be used in a computer.