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Lower achiever students teaching volume-of-liquid Lower achiever students teaching volume-of-liquid Presentation Transcript

  • VOLUME OF LIQUID YEAR 2
  • Measure and Compare glasses ACTIVITIES SUMMARY
  • Measure and Compare Volume of Liquid * more * less * empty * half full
  • Measure and Compare Volume of Liquid  A and D filled with same amount of water, ask the students to compare between the volume between A and D. The students may still give the answer A has more water than C. To prove the truth, ask the students to pour water from A into B, D into C. When the students see the same level of water in B and C, they will then visualize and understand the actual volume of water is not depend on the height of a container.
  • Look at these glasses. A B C Which glass holds more water? Which glass holds less water? Which glass is empty? Which glass is half full of water?
  • Is the glass full of orange juice ? Yes No
  • Look at this bottle.  Is the bottle empty or half full? empty half full
  • Congratulation! Your answer is correct
  • Sorry. Wrong answer. Try again.
  • Observe the glasses A B C Which glass holds more juice? A B C
  • Congratulation! Your answer is correct
  • Sorry. Wrong answer. Try again.
  • Well done. You have learn the following terms: 1. empty 2. half full 3. full
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  • teaching aids and teaching activities  high achiever students