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From: Jeanne 
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2001121312:03:18
Subject: Re: house plans

Hi Sheryl,

There is a book by Brad Fulton that may be helpful to you.  Its called
"A Blueprint for Geometry."  The publisher is Dale Seymour, 1998. I
found it on Amazon.com and copied Amazon's description of the book for
you.  "Students become junior architects by following by completeing
this three week special interest unit study. Book includes 17
professionally drawn blueprint s, also includes extra copies of these
plans to use with a class. Teaches sound, practical mathematical
concepts. Final project asks students to plan their own house from the
ground up."

 -Jeanne, for the T2T service

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