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Topic: Pearson Algebra I Common Core Textbook and Workbook
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Ryan Butch

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From: Red Hook High School
Registered: 6/2/09
Pearson Algebra I Common Core Textbook and Workbook
Posted: Sep 17, 2013 8:33 AM
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Has anyone been using the Pearson Algebra I Common Core Textbook and/or the Practice and Problem Solving Workbook?

I have been using their workbook for homeworks and for some classwork in addition to the lessons from the modules that I have modified. I, like many others, are frustrated by the modules that were provided to us. We have 39 minutes classes here at Red Hook and some of the module lessons are 9 pages in length!

Every textbook and workbook that has been aligned with the common core seem to be more closely aligned with the old Integrated Algebra text that Prentice Hall published (the green New York Integrated Algebra text) than with the modules we have been provided...at least it seems that way to me.

Thoughts?
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