Belinda Young-Davy (Ph.D. Linguistics, University of Oregon; M.A. Linguistics, University of Oregon) has experience teaching English in Mexico, Japan, and the United States. Her professional interests include acquisition of prepositions and other semantically based aspects of language learning; and ESL in higher education assessment, with an emphasis on writing and teacher training. She is a member of ORTESOL, TESOL, and the Linguistic Society of America.
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Unlike other math guides, dictionaries, and workbooks, How to Be Good at Math presents topics in dynamic, colorful graphics reinforced by real-life examples and fascinating facts. Ranging from second-grade topics such as learning odd and even numbers to harder sixth-grade-level problems like angles and algebra formulas, the innovative, highly visual approach makes basic math easier to understand than ever before.
How to Be Good at Math is perfect for reluctant mathematicians, as well as providing a fun, reliable reference to look things up.