Elementary Instructional Programs, Volume II, Version: February 1974
Submitted by: John A. Christensen, Idaho Falls School District No. 91, Idaho Falls, ID
Source language: BASIC-PLUS, Memory Required: 28K
Abstract: This series of IO programs is designed to supplement the elementary or junior high instruction program. They also can be used for remedial work in high school. ne programs not only drill the student in number facts for all four operations, but some of the programs drill the student on problems such as: [ ] x 6 = 48. What is [ ]? The unique thing about this package is that the programs are timed. The object is to do as many of a given type of problems as can be done in the given amount of time. ne student who does the most sets the record. Each time the program is run the record holder's name is printed with his record and the student then tries to beat that record so he can be recorded as the record holder. This feature is optional. A complete documentation of the package and program listings can be printed on a printer by running from the magnetic tape the program 'PRINT' under the RSTS monitor.
Documentation on Magnetic Media.
Media Price Codes: H30, M50