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Practical Mathematics

Every math teacher has heard the following, "How will we apply this in the 'real world'?". Here are some sites that will help you create "real world" lessons.

The Hands-On Technology Program has a section devoted to checkbook math. Just print out the pages, get busy with the scissors for a few minutes, and you have checks, checkbooks, deposit slips and bills -- everything you need to teach how to manage a checkbook.

Ask Eric (from the U.S. Department of Education) has a number of practical math lesson plans aimed at every class level from K thru 12!

S.O.S. Mathematics via the University of Texas, El Paso, includes about 2500 pages of mini-tutorials in algebra, trig, calculus and practice tests.

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