Table Talk Math

Author: John Stevens
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In Table Talk Math, John Stevens offers parents (and teachers!) ideas for initiating authentic, math-based conversations that will get kids notice and be curious about all the numbers, patterns, and equations in the world around them.

The Athenaeum

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Rational Arithmetic, by Mrs. G. R. Porter, is, we believe, a new edition of the “
Conversations on Arithmetic,' published some years since; the conversational
mode abandoned and direct teaching adopted, that the work may be used in
schools as well as in private families. Whether ... business of life is of course
essentially required; but comparatively few educated men have any profitable
use for more than the first four rules, and fewer still benefit directly by a
knowledge of mathematics.

The Critic

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There have also been supplied, where “necessary, SUMMARIES,
CHRONoLogical TABLEs, Biographic AL Notices, INDices, and the like,—aids
which are often wanting in other editions. Lastly ... HANDBOOK of
CONVERSATION, Alphabetically arranged, so as to obviate all difficulty of
reference; forming at once a perfect English and French Dictionary, and a
complete Manual of Conversation, as it gives at each word all the phrases
relating to it which are heard daily in polite families.

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These are philosophical sermons, and yet they are practical. Mr. Liddon ... The
fine vein of philosophical insight which runs through them is always tempered by
a clear, practical judgement, and they shun no question which vexes the thinking
mind of the age. .... Mathematics do not touch our moral nature; we suspect
nothing; we solve an equation as if we were ourselves pure reason and nothing
else—beings without passion, without conscience, without will, without a moral
history.