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Dagfinn Eggen

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: Saxon ad
Posted: Feb 27, 1995 8:54 AM
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At 02:56 PM 26/2/95, Tad Watanabe wrote:
>Andrei:
>
>Have you ever read _any_ of the addenda series books?
>
>Michael has asked you to be specific and you keep ignoring (or playing
>word game). I don't necessarily agree with all of the
>activities/problems included in addenda series, but I think they give you
>good ideas about what the Standards are recommending. Here are some of
>the addenda series books:
>
>They have 7 grade specific books for grades K - 6. In addition, there
>are "subject matter" books for K-6: Patterns, Making Sense of Data,
>Number Sense and Operations, and Geometry and Spatial Sense. For grades
>5-8, they have: Measurement in the Middle Grades, Understanding RAtional
>Numbers and Proportions, Dealing with Data and Chance, Developing Number
>Sense in the Middle Grades, Geometry in the Middle Grades, Patterns and
>Functions. They have more for 9-12, but I'm not going to list them
>here. I think this should give you some references to check.
>
>Tad Watanabe
>Towson State University
>Towson, Maryland 21204



The books You mentioned interested me. If it is not too much trouble for
You, could You please give me an adress, e-mail or s-mail to a bookstore or
something.

Dagfinn
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