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Do you want a successful program in elementary algebra based on modeling real-world situations? We have everything you need right here. We are pleased to offer Elementary Algebra: A Modeling Approach by Kathy Yoshiwara. More than just a textbook, this is a full-service course that has been class-tested and is ready for you to use. If you have attended any of Kathy's presentations on modeling, you know she is an expert in the field. She has refined her program over the last five years at Los Angeles Pierce College.
This is Kathy's step-by-step guide for how to organize and run your classroom. It gives details on how to integrate the online homework system, XYZ Homework, the Activities Guide, and the textbook to create a successful course in Elementary algebra, from a modeling perspective.
The foundation of the course is the textbook. Here is where the student finds the examples, explanations, and problems that will take them to a new level in mathematical maturity. The student can purchase the print version of the textbook for $58 (which includes all our electronic content), or they can purchase a one-year All-Access pass for $45.
In-class activities for every section of the textbook are your lesson plans for the course. The complete booklet can be purchased for $20.
MathTV.com- Every example in every XYZ Textbook is worked on video by multiple video tutors. Students benefit from seeing multiple approaches and gain confidence in learning from their peers. You can find the MathTV videos in the XYZ eBook. XYZ eBook- Access the eBook for this course as well as any other XYZ Textbook. Use the My Bookshelf feature under MY ACCOUNT to easily access your eBook.
Get to know your video tutors for Elementary Algebra by Katherine Yoshiwara! These are the video tutors that will be helping you out throughout the textbook.
Advice for Students taking a math class: Be prepared to think in new ways. Do not be afraid of making mistakes, but be willing to read and think on your own before asking for help.