Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 6 Teacher Guide - Revised Edition (3rd Printing)
Level 6 of Math Lessons for a Living Education has a separate teacher guide, which also includes all quizzes, quiz answers, worksheet answers, a suggested daily schedule, reviews, a final exam and guidelines for an optional end of year student presentation. The end of the book also includes information on transitioning from Level 6 to Book 1 of Principles of Mathematics.
Please note: This Teacher Guide is being reprinted in the near future, but current stock has some discrepancies with the 2nd printing of the Student Book (#038674). If you are using with a newer printing of the Student Book, you can find a summary of changes and updated teacher guide pages at: https://www.masterbooks.com/classroom-aids
Teacher Guide for use with Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 6. Through exciting, real-life stories, this Charlotte Mason flavored math engages your student in math as they explore mathematical concepts and apply them to real-life situationsand because your student is relating newfound math knowledge to everyday life, theyll retain it too!
Math Lessons for a Living Education Level 6 Teacher Guide Includes:
- Suggested Daily Schedulewe handled all the planning for you!
- Solutions Manual
- Multiplication Grid
- 1st Chapter of Principles of Mathematics Book 1 Student & Teacher Guide
While offering some instruction, these programs include less teaching material or do not cover the full range of grade-level skills that the comprehensive programs offer.
What is a living education? Living education is the real-life application of the things you learn. When this approach is applied to math, it is not taught in a vacuum; rather, mathematical concepts are integrated into everyday situations. This is the Charlotte Mason approach to education, and Angela ODell, author of this curriculum, has captured the spirit of the methodology in this easy-to-use series. Math is taught through the adventures of a brother and sister, Charlie and Charlotte, and their family. Books are designed to be consumable but are not reproducible, and answer keys are downloadable with the link provided in each book. Levels are designed to be one-year courses and each has 36 lessons. Books feature a suggested daily schedule at the beginning with a grid for completion and grading built in. Although the books are