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Saxon Teacher provides comprehensive lesson instructions that feature complete solutions to every practice problem, problem set, and test problem, with step-by-step explanations and helpful hints. These Algebra 1/2 CD-ROMs contain hundreds of hours of instruction, allowing students to see and hear actual textbook problems being worked on a digital whiteboard. A slider button allows students to skip problems they don't need help on, or rewind, pause, or fast-forward to get to the sections they'd like to access. Problem set questions can be watched individually after the being worked by the student; the practice set is one continuous video that allows for easy solution review. For use with Algebra 1/2 3rd Edition. Four Lesson CDs and 1 Test Solutions CD included.
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Mastering Algebra John Saxon's Way: Algebra 1/2, 3rd Edition DVD SetArt ReedAJ Publishers, LLC / DVD$53.89 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews Video
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Q: CD differences what is the difference between a 'teacher' CD and a 'DIVE' CD?
Although both are in a digital whiteboard format, there are significant differences between "DIVE" and "Saxon Teacher". "DIVE" (Digital Interactive Video Educator) is an excellent tutorial, and uses different illustrations than those presented in the Saxon Textbook. It teaches the lesson concepts only and does not have solutions to the problem sets. "Saxon Teacher" contains the lesson instructions, practice problems and problem sets as they are presented in the Saxon Textbook, with some additional commentary. "Saxon Teacher" can also serve as a solutions manual for the practices, lessons and tests.
Q: Generally how long is each lesson with the Saxon math teacher? The dive cd lasts around 5 to 10 minutes per lesson - but I wasn't sure how much longer the saxon math teacher teaches per lesson. Thanks!
Each lesson takes approximately 10 to 20 minutes, depending on the number of topics addressed and the complexity of the lesson.