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Subject:   RE: Understanding DST Relationships using Simulator
Author: kasha
Date: Nov 3 2008
Do you have a "graph" measured out on the floor so that students will see where
each starts and then take steps at two different rates to see where they meet?
Or maybe have a length of string around their ankles so they can only take a
certain size step?  Any way you do it, I see a great physical participation so
you can hit a few different learning styles.

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