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Teaching Textbooks Geometry Version 2.0 includes 16 chapters and 110 lessons that teach students the fundamental basics of geometry up through more difficult topics such as coordinate geometry, theorems, properties, and postulates. Chapters cover lines and angles, parallel lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, area, solid geometry, non-Euclidean geometries, and more. Problems modeled on questions found in the SAT/ACT are also included to help prepare students for standardized testing.
This applauded geometry curriculum was written specifically for homeschoolers; because Teaching Textbooks doesn't presuppose a teacher constantly at the student's side, the student chapters feature clear instructions and employ an easy conversational style of writing before transitioning to more proper terminology. Illustrations, examples and graphs have a hand drawn look to them, and problems often use engaging real life illustrations.
The answer key & test bank book provides a textual reference that includes line-listed problem set answers, chapter tests, and chapter test answers.
This kit includes:
- A 699 page spiral bound softcover textbook
- Answer key & Test Bank, 163 pages, softcover.
|Format: Spiral Bound|
Vendor: Teaching Textbooks Inc
Publication Date: 2013
Series: Teaching Textbooks
Beatriz5 Stars Out Of 5Teaching Textbooks Geometry 2.0December 18, 2017BeatrizQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Thank you for your prompt attention!
kim s.4 Stars Out Of 5WorksDecember 12, 2015kim s.Quality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This program works very well. my daughter has only been using it for a few weeks now, but she is happy with the results and so am I!!
teatime5 Stars Out Of 5Teaching Textbooks GeometryMarch 19, 2015teatimeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Teaching Textbooks is definitely one of the best math programs available, and the Geometry course does not disappoint. We have been using just the book/printed materials, making this program more affordable. If you, the teaching parent, are not confident in your math skills, it would be best to use the complete program.