



New 2.0 Edition!
Homeschooling upper level math just got a whole lot easier! That's because Teaching Textbooks PreCalculus 2.0 not only teaches high school math but does the grading as well. This improved version of PreCalculus will be available in October.
NEW 2.0 features include:
Automated grading
A digital gradebook that can manage multiple student accounts and be easily edited by a parent
Hints and second chance options for many problems
Reference numbers for each problem so students and parents can see where a problem was first introduced
An index
Detailed appendices
Download the PreCalculus Placement Test as a PDF.
Download the Table of Contents as a PDF.
View PreCalculus Sample Lessons.
PreCalc for Independent Learners
PreCalculus Teaching Textbook is designed specifically for independent learners, with more explanations than many other PreCalculus programs, in a userfriendly, selfteaching format! This complete set includes DVDROMs that contain multimedia lectures for each of the lessons, stepbystep explanations to the five practice problems that begin each problem set, plus solutions to every homework problem and every test problem! An answer key and a test bank are also included. This is a remarkable method to teach a complex topic.
Please note, PreCalculus requires a TI83 Plus calculator (by Texas Instruments).
Lessons include:
Function Basics
Polynomial Functions
Rational Functions
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Radical Functions
Power Functions
Triangle Trigonometry
Trigonometric Functions
Trigonometric Identities
Vectors and Polar Coordinates
Systems, Matrices, and Determinants
Analytic Geometry
Sequences, Probability, and Statistics
Introduction to Calculus
Additional topics!
About Teaching Textbooks
Designed for Homeschoolers
A number of years ago we did the unthinkable and took a poke at a sacred cow when we said that we didn't like the conventional bigname homeschool math programs. Though some families were steadfast in their defense, there has since been an increasing number of families who have come to realize that math programs originally designed to be used in government schools are wholly inadequate to meet the needs of home educators.
You Don't Have to be a Math Teacher!
What is wrong with adapting a schoolbased text for home use? There are a couple of significant issues with doing that. First, because a typical school text assumes a knowledgeable math teacher, the explanations are often meager and brief. If you double as a math teacher, this will present no problem to you. However, many parents either did not take upper level math as a teen, or if they did, the process is just a distant, unpleasant memory. So sparse explanations in typical texts can be frustrating to both child and parent. Second, government schools' math texts often contain excessive use of terminology, making simple ideas seem complex.
Combines a Teacher and a Textbook into One! The Teaching Textbooks series is written with home educators in mind so it tackles those issues headon in a rather innovative way, by combining a teacher and a textbook into one. Firstly, their textbooks, since they were designed specifically for independent learners, contain far more explanation than any others on the market, and the tone is friendly and conversational. Because the Teaching Textbooks series was designed for homeschoolers studying independently, it uses far less irrelevant jargon than other textbooks, while still retaining all the terms that students need to know for those important standardized tests. The textbook also comes with an answer key and a test bank.
StepByStep Multimedia Explanations
Secondly, and what ultimately sold me on this program, are their computer DVDs with downtoearth, stepbystep multimedia solutions for every problem in the book, plus an additional DVDROM with complete stepbystep solutions for every test problem. The lectures  one for each lesson in the textbook  provide hours of instruction. They cover the same material as the written lessons in the textbook, but many students prefer to listen to (and watch) an explanation for each lesson rather than read it out of a book. (Note that you'll still need the textbook, because it has all the homework assignments and the answer key.) This is a brilliant idea, long overdue and skillfully done, with many hours of instruction.
Review Method
The Teaching Textbooks series has been fieldtested with outstanding results. Like other quality math programs, Teaching Textbooks uses the review method because it is a proven method for ensuring children are able to master difficult subjects such as algebra and geometry. Students using Teaching Textbooks are fully prepared for College Board examinations and college courses. Enjoyable, efficient, and effective, what more could you want from a math program?
Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2016 TwelfthGrade Curriculum Kit!













You Don't Have to be a Math Teacher!
Designed for Homeschoolers
Review Method
StepbyStep Multimedia Explanations for Every Problem
Friendly Text/More Explanation
Funny Examples and Illustrations
EasytoUse DVDROM's
Never Get Stumped Again
Windows system requirements:
Windows 98 or later, including Windows 7
CPU of 133 MHz or faster
A DVDROM drive
Speakers
MAC system requirements:
MAC OS 9.0 or later
CPU of 211 MHz or faster
DVDROM drive
Speakers
PreCalculus Text and Ans. Key/Test Bank
Student Text: 906 pages
Ans. Key & Test Bank: 106 pages
Number of Lessons: 95
Number of Tests: 14
PreCalculus DVD Combo
Number of DVDs: 4
Total Instruction Time: Over 150 hours
Publisher's Information
Author: Greg and Shawn Sabouri
Pages: 906
Binding: Spiralbound
Version: 2.0
Publisher: Teaching Textbooks
Made In: USA
Consumable: Yes
Reproducible: No
FaithBased: No
Awards and Endorsements:
The Old Schoolhouse 2013 Excellence in Education Winner
Finalist in About.com's Reader's Choice Awards 2012






