Time Around the World
Following are links to Internet resources that can be used to support instruction of the
Math World feature for this chapter.
Use this interactive resettable clock to learn how to tell time on an analog clock. Dominic W. Massaro of the Perceptual Science Laboratory at the University of California in Santa Cruz designed this clock as a teaching device.
The Cultural Online Learning Organization & Resource (COLOR) provides historic information about the Chinese calendar and Chinese mathematics at their Web site. Other cultural resources are available at the COLOR site, including pages of Native American and African cultural information.
CHCP Golden Legacy Curriculum: Lunar Calendar
The AskERIC site provides this classroom activity plan, one of three from the Chinese Historical and Cultural Project available on the AskERIC Web site.
A Walk Through Time
This marvelous Web site describes and illustrates the ways people have measured time throughout the ages, from ancient stone calendars to modern atomic clocks. The National Institute of Standards and Technology created and hosts this site.
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