For the first time ever - Digital Video Disks (DVD's) that provide real classroom instruction by an experienced Saxon math teacher. The instructor has taught using John Saxon's math books for more than a dozen years.
NOTE: The DVD's can be used in either a television or computer DVD player.
MASTERING ALGEBRA “John Saxon's Way” DVD "video" Teaching Series
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Algebra 1, 3rd Ed (Lesson 101)
Algebra 2, 2nd or 3rd Ed (Lesson 50)
Advanced Mathematics (Lesson 63) NOTE: Course title is "Geometry with Advanced Algebra." The course is the first part in a two part series using the Saxon Advanced Mathematics, 2nd Edition textbook. This course follows successful completion of the Saxon algebra 2, 2nd or 3rd Ed textbook. This course covers lessons 1 – 90 in the Advanced Mathematics book. Please Click Here to watch a short video which describes how the course is to be taught and credited.
Advanced Mathematics (Lesson 24 – Calc Book) NOTE: Course title is “Trigonometry and Pre-Calculus.” This course is the second part of the two part series using the Saxon Advanced Mathematics, 2nd Edition textbook. This course follows successful completion of Part 1 described above. This course covers lessons 60 – 125 in the Advanced Mathematics book, followed by lessons 1 – 25 in the Calculus, 2nd Ed textbook. Please Click Here to watch a short video which describes how the course is to be taught and credited.
COMMENTS FROM FAMILIES CURRENTLY USING THE DVD SERIES
“Both of my boys are enjoying your teaching very much. They're having a lot more fun with Saxon than they have had in previous years, and I think it is largely because of the extra help your lessons provide. They appreciate the clarity of your explanations and examples as well as your kind and encouraging tone. My youngest son also thinks it's great that you inject humor into your teaching. It's clear you really like math, and that is contagious.”
Dr. J. Ross Wagner
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