Although many CASE tools for object-oriented methods (OO-CASE tools) have been proposed, few, if any, can verify that the constructed analysis and design models actually match the requirements of the system being developed. In order to realize this kind of verification, we propose a software development method amalgamating OO-CASE tools and algebraic specification techniques. We are developing an experimental system named COOAD (CASE tool for Object-Oriented Analysis and Design) in order to examine the effectiveness of our proposition. COOAD supports object-oriented analysis and design, verification of the analysis and design, and generation of code. In this paper, we propose the software development method, introduce COOAD, and illustrate the facilities of COOAD with several examples.