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Friday, 30 April 2010 | Comments
Here’s a quick starter activity for rounding.
Show this slide (or write the numbers on the board).
Ten questions to ask… for these questions, the answers are “possible answers” (discussion point):
The PowerPoint file includes the slide and the questions in the notes section.
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