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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Volume problem

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From: alan <alessiny@yahoo.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2008042917:24:06
Subject: Re: Re: Volume  problem


I am not sure I would use an example of a short or tall or heavy or
skinny student in this example.  This might be embarrassing for the
student and you. You might try to use different size animals. 
Example:  cow and a snake, bear and a mouse .....  You can also fill a
large and small can with pop corn to see the volume difference. 
Students can see the difference in volume.  

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