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Topic: Math novel
Replies: 15   Last Post: Mar 26, 1999 4:27 PM

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Joan Reinthaler

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Re: Math novel
Posted: Mar 24, 1999 5:54 PM
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How about "Flatland" by E O Abbott (I think that is the spelling)? It is
a classic

Joan Reinthaler
Sidwell Friends School

On 24 Mar 1999, Pam Balthazar wrote:

> I am taking the course "Reading in the Secondary School" on my way to
> getting certified to teach math in high school. One of my assignments
> needs a novel involving math. I have to do a math (algebra, geometry,
> whatever) lesson plan and incorporate the novel into it. The novel
> has to have a plot and characters - it can't be a biography or history
> book. I have found the names of several science fiction short story
> ones, but no novels. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
>






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