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I recommend that you go to www.thomson.com and see what activities they have on-line to support the class. Also you may want to get a copy of Algebra I experiments from Dale Seymour. Do you have access to graphing calculators? Texas Instrument has some wonderful support materials for the CBR. You might also want to look into Hewlett Packard 38G calculators if you don't have any already. They have applets, which are mini lessons which can be downloaded from their web site. If you are into manipulative (algeblocks) you can get wonderful materials from Thomson complete with worksheets. If you don't have the manipulative, you might want to purchase the computer version. Also check out Dale Seymour catalogue for several other ideas (from Dominoes to Magic Tricks with Algebra)! Good luck! -Claudia, for the Teacher2Teacher service
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