Easy to apply lessons for reteaching difficult algebra concepts
Many students have trouble grasping algebra. In this book, bestselling authors Judith, Gary, and Erin Muschla offer help for math teachers who must instruct their students (even those who are struggling) about the complexities of algebra. In simple terms, the authors outline 150 classroom-tested lessons, focused on those concepts often most difficult to understand, in terms that are designed to help all students unravel the mysteries of algebra. Also included are reproducible worksheets that will assist teachers in reviewing and reinforcing algebra concepts and key skills.
- Filled with classroom-ready algebra lessons designed for students at all levels
- The 150 mini-lessons can be tailored to a whole class, small groups, or individual students who are having trouble
- This practical, hands-on resource will help ensure that students really get the algebra they are learning
Wiley; October 2011
- ISBN 9781118106136
- Read online, or download in secure PDF format
- Title: The Algebra Teacher's Guide to Reteaching Essential Concepts and Skills
- Author: Judith A. Muschla; Gary Robert Muschla; Erin Muschla
About The Author
Judith A. Muschla (Jackson, NJ) taught mathematics in South River, New Jersey, at the middle school and high school for over twenty-five years. At South River Middle School she helped revise the mathematics curriculum to reflect the Standards of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), coordinated interdisciplinary units, and conducted mathematics workshops for teachers and parents.
Gary Robert Muschla (Jackson, NJ) taught at Appleby School in Spotswood, New Jersey, for more than twenty-five years. Judith and Gary have coauthored several very successful math activity books, including The Algebra Teacher's Activities Kit and Hands-On Math Projects with Real Life Applications.
Erin Muschla (Freehold, NJ) teaches middle school math and algebra at Monroe Township Middle School in Monroe, New Jersey. She is also a coauthor with Judith and Gary of The Math Teacher's Survival Guide, and The Elementary Teacher's Book of Lists.