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Saxon Math 8/7:  Solutions Manual

Saxon Math 8/7: Solutions Manual

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by Stephen Hake

Language: English

SKU: 2415644

     
 

Publisher:Saxon Publishers

ISBN-13: 9781591413288



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Description of Saxon Math 8/7: Solutions Manual by Stephen Hake

Based on Saxon’s proven methods of incremental development and continual review strategies, Math 8/7 is a balanced, integrated mathematics program that reviews core concepts while introducing extensive pre-algebra exercises to prepare students for upper-level mathematics.

This Solutions Manual contains step-by-step solutions for all lesson and investigation problems and for all 23 cumulative tests, plus answers to practice problems.
Product: Saxon Math 8/7: Solutions Manual
Author: Stephen Hake
Author: John Saxon
Binding Type: Paperback
Media Type: Book
Minimum Grade: 7th Grade
Maximum Grade: 8th Grade
Number of Pages: 381
Weight: 1.55 pounds
Length: 10.82 inches
Width: 8.54 inches
Height: 0.64 inches
Publisher: Saxon Publishers
Publication Date: April 2004
Subject: Math
Curriculum Name: Saxon
Learning Style: Auditory, Kinesthetic, Visual
Teaching Method: Charlotte Mason, Classical, Traditional, Unit Study, Unschooling
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Ease of use, Price, Thorough in teaching math concepts - clearly preps them for college.
 
 
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Saxon Math is very thorough. It prepares the students for higher math and college level math.
 
 
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Once you learn how to use this and where things are you'll be fine.
 
 
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Saxon does a lot of great things in presenting new material. It gives examples that are simple to understand, so the child is not scratching their head wondering what in the world is being explained. They also repeat information throughout lessons so that in a way, the child is reviewing past material regularly, so as to not forget. Therein lies the opportunity for mastery. I find it useful and helpful for the questions to have the reference to know in what chapter that material was introduced, because it offers the child a good bit of independance in working on their lesson. If they are stuck, they may refer to the chapter listed in parenthesis next to the question. This also helps teach the child to look for information on their own and not rely on the parent to be sitting next to them answering every questions. We have enjoyed going back to Saxon after using different materials. We started our homeschooling education with Saxon, went to a different curriculum in 3-5th grade, and returned back to Saxon. I made a mistake leaving Saxon. It cost us quite a bit of frustration.
 
 
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Saxon math was excellent to use when we brought home our public schooled child in 5th grade. It was close enough to public school texts but reviewed and taught so much more than the school system did. I would recommend this to anyone trying to homeschool a child with a public school history!
 
 
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Saxon math is very thorough in teaching and reviewing concepts. While the lessons are lenghty, they can easily be divided over two days if this is necessary for retention. The text is quite dry and the lesson format never varies. This, along with the black and white pages covered in small print, can make for a long and boring year for those students who are already 'anti-math'. For all of those negatives, I still found it to be the best thing I could have used for my 'anti-math' daughter for pre-algebra. She was given a solid foundation in math and algebraic concepts. Sticking with this was a struggle, but well worth it. She is now doing very well in algrebra (with a different curriculum) and has a confidence we owe to Saxon 8/7.
 
 
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When teaching math, find a curriculum you and your student like and stick with it through out his homeschooling. That way there are no holes to fill, if you jump from different curriculum.
 
 
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I thought this curriculum was very good. I always loved math. However, my children don't like math and they did not enjoy Saxon math. They dreaded doing it. I would love to have found a more fun way to teach math for children who don't enjoy the subject. If a child likes to do math, they will like this curriculum.
 
 

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