Series: Scott Foresman Addison Wesley Middle School Math

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Scott Foresman-Addison Wesley middle school math by Randall I. Charles
Scott Foresman - Addison Wesley Middle School Math, Course 1 by Randall I. CharlesCourse 1
Middle School Math - Course 1 (Middle School Math: Course 1, Middle School Math: Course 1 - Texas Edition) by Randall I. CharlesTexas, Vol. 1 Course 1
Middle School Math: Course 1, Vol. 1, Teacher's Edition by Randall I. CharlesTeacher Ed, Vol. 1 Course 1
Middle School Math Teacher's Edition Course 1 Volume 2 (Couse 1 Volume 2) by Randall I. CharlesTeacher Ed, Vol. 2 Course 1
Middle School Math Course 2, Volume 1 by Randall I. CharlesVol. 1, Course 2
Middle School Math Course 2, Volume 2 by CharlesVol. 2, Course 2
Middle School Math, Course 3: Alternative Lessons Reteaching Masters. by Randall I. CharlesAlternative, Course 3
Extend Your Thinking Course 3 (Scott Foresman -Addison Wesley Middle School Math) by Randall I. CharlesEnrichment, Course 3
Middle School Math, Course 3: Home and Community Connections by Randall I. CharlesHome-Community, Course 3
Middle School Math Course 3 : Review From Last Year Masters by Randall I. CharlesReview, Course 3

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Grades 6-8

Program author Randall I. Charles

Course 1 = Grade 6
Course 2 = Grade 7
Course 3 = Grade 8

Student edition 3 volumes; teacher edition 6 volumes

Digital edition: student text, teacher's ed. (2 v. + 1 computer optical disc), 14 teacher resources, transparencies.

Review from last year masters accompanying volume


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