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Gosh, that could take a while! Do you use manipulatives? Do you collect data? Show experimental connections to functions and lines? Do you use games and puzzles to teach factoring? All of these ideas would help! There are several resources I can suggest in the Dale Seymour catalogue, including Algebra Warmups to start each class off. The www.enc.org web site is filled with lessons and activities. You might also want to put your hands on a new kind of algebra textbook. South-Western Publishing recently sold its algebra series to National Textbook Company out of Chicago. It is good! -Claudia, for the Teacher2Teacher service
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