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Topic: Geometry Textbooks
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Mary Leight

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Geometry Textbooks and NCTM Standards
Posted: Aug 31, 1995 5:46 PM
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Tom:
I teach an honors geometry course and use the McDougal Littell new
edition called Geometry for Enjoyment and Challenge. The book contains
2-column proofs along with paragraph proofs and some flow proofs. It also
has a variety of problems from easy to very challenging. My math
department has been extremely happy with the book, and we continue to teach
proofs but are also attempting to do more constructions and real life
problems. The applied math program developed by Cord has some excellent
problems for geometry and has a few new geometry units, so we also use
these in our geometry classes as a supplement.

Mary A. Leight
Johnsburg HS
McHenry, Illinois 60050








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