Just a quick post to share a little Algebra before starting Study Sundays…

Sharing an example of a question I answered for a student, so it doesn’t get lost, from when I taught at Community College.

Link to all 67 lesson plan sets below…

Action Items:

1.) Find three different sources describing the discovery of the Americas (four, if you use the source cited in today’s lesson plan…),

2.) Share your  findings with us, and

3.) Write a book, story, blog post or tweet that uses those findings, and then, once it is published please consider donating a copy to your local public library.

Shira Destinie A. Jones, MPhil


Click here to read, if you like:

Science Fiction/Fantasy Shows,  Lupin, or Money Heist

Holistic High School Lessons, and a College Algebra lesson plan,

           or Long Range Nonfiction, or Historical Fiction


Shira Destinie Jones’ work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


38 thoughts on “Just a quick post to share a little Algebra before starting Study Sundays…

  1. Thank you for reading my Literary series post, Next Saturday’s post will be about mathematical Genius and interesting facts in maths. It might be of interest to you.
    Thank you.


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  2. Thanks for stopping by my blog – glad you liked Flander’s Field. Pop in any time! and by the way, the grid at the top gave me palpitations. Just like i had trying to tutor 6th-8th grade math!

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    1. Hello, Noelle:
      Thank you for stopping by, too! I hope that those were good palpitations? 🙂
      I’m all ears for any suggestions you may have that could improve my postings, or help get more useful material out to educators, tutors, and students, or other learners!
      Stay safe,

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    2. Oh, my! I hope that my newer posts are more interesting, or perhaps less interesting, if palpitations are good, Noelle? Anyway, thanks again for returning the visit, and I hope to search together for new solutions to life’s problems!

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