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Modern Learning Aids; A Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers; Lesson XIV: Polygons and Angles

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  •  Title Card: A Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers 
  •  Title Card: XIV Polygons and Angles 
  •  Title Card: Stewart Moredock 
  •  Review of Point, Line, and Plane 
  •  Polygons 
  •  Angle 
  •  Angles of a Polygon 
  •  Distinction Between Boundary and a Polygon 
  •  Summary of Lesson 
 
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Title:Modern Learning Aids; A Brief Course in Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers; Lesson XIV: Polygons and Angles
Identifier:e_math_02009
Description:Instructor Stewart Moredock (Sacramento State College) gives a lesson on teaching elementary school mathematics. Topics include: a review of points, lines and planes, and introduction to various curves, and a discussion of polygons, angles and the relationship between the two.  Black and white picture with sound. Eastman Kodak edge code reads "circle, triangle," which correlates to 1968. Production Title: Polygons and Angles. 
Country:United States
State:California
City:San Francisco
Date:1968
CreatorSchool Mathematics Study Group (producer)
Source:School Mathematics Study Group Records
Contributor:Moredock, Stewart (lecturer)
Abad, Jack (assistant)
W.A. Palmer Films, Inc. (live camera recording)
The National Science Foundation (financial support)
Language:en
PublisherDolph Briscoe Center for American History
Original Format:black-and-white film; sound tracks, 16mm