[Numeracy 35] Times Tables Practice

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Susan Jones SUJones at parkland.edu
Fri Jan 22 12:16:59 EST 2010

Back in the dark ages I did a javascript project with the times tables and put it on my site at www.resourceroom.net under math. I was a little frustrated with the available "online practice" because it tended to give random tables from the whole list, which is fine if you already know them all. I broke them down to be done one at a time; I used the book _Tools for the Times Tables_ as a basis for the order to learn 'em in. It's pretty primitive, but if it helps, use it.
I want to render digital a sort of "reverse chaining" approach (you take away one at a time) - and noticed that the Making Math Real uses that approach with its "nine lines" approach.

Susan Jones
Academic Development Specialist
Center for Academic Success
Parkland College
Champaign, IL 61821
sujones at parkland.edu