- We are finishing up Alg 1 (1999 Addison Wesley Paul Foerster Alg 1 Classic Edition) and need to move on to the next math in August. What is your suggestion? I remember seeing the "line up" but can't remember where I saw it. Thank you.
On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 8:31 AM, coman928 <ked1019@...> wrote:

We are finishing up Alg 1 (1999 Addison Wesley Paul Foerster Alg 1 Classic Edition) and need to move on to the next math in August. What is your suggestion? I remember seeing the "line up" but can't remember where I saw it. Thank you.

It is possible to follow Algebra 1 with either Geometry or Algebra 2. My recommendation is to follow Algebra I with Geometry. Algebra and Geometry are both foundational for mathematical thinking. Algebra 2 builds on both.

--David Chandler

- I remember reading your suggestions on which books to use. What do you recommend for Geometry and Alg 2? Thank you.

**From:**MathWithoutBorders@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MathWithoutBorders@yahoogroups.com]**On Behalf Of**David Chandler**Sent:**Tuesday, April 03, 2012 11:54 AM**To:**MathWithoutBorders@yahoogroups.com**Subject:**Re: [MathWithoutBorders] What to do after Foerster Alg. 1?On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 8:31 AM, coman928 <ked1019@...> wrote:

�We are finishing up Alg 1 (1999 Addison Wesley Paul Foerster Alg 1 Classic Edition) and need to move on to the next math in August. What is your suggestion? I remember seeing the "line up" but can't remember where I saw it. Thank you.

It is possible to follow Algebra 1 with either Geometry or Algebra 2.� My recommendation is to follow Algebra I with Geometry.� Algebra and Geometry are both foundational for mathematical thinking.� Algebra 2 builds on both.

--David Chandler > I remember reading your suggestions on which books to use. What do you recommend for Geometry and Alg 2? Thank you.

Go to my site, http://www.mathwithoutborders.com, to see the texts I support. For Geometry I use Geometry: A Guided Inquiry, by Chakerian, Crabill, and Stein. For Algebra 2 I use Foerster's Algebra 2/Trig.

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