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Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
Teaching Aid for Low Achiever Students
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Mathematics Year 2
Volumes of Liquids

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  • 1. Volume of Liquid Mathematics Year 2 *ForLow AchieverStudents*
  • 2. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Learning Area: 6.1 Introduction to Volumes of Liquids Learning Outcomes: • Understand and use the vocabulary related to volumes of liquids. • Use the vocabulary related to volumes in practical contexts. Vocabulary: “full, half full, empty, more, less”.
  • 3. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. What is the difference between these three glasses? A B C
  • 4. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Glass A in the picture is empty. A We call it empty because the glass is not filled with any water.
  • 5. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Glass B in the picture below is half full. It is half full because we fill the glass with water until it reaches half of the glass. B
  • 6. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Glass C in the picture below is full. We call it full because the glass is fully filled with water. BC
  • 7. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Now you know the terms ‘empty’, ‘half full’, and ‘full’. A B C Empty Half full Full
  • 8. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Now, what is the difference between these three jugs? A B C
  • 9. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Jug A in the picture is empty. We call it empty because the jug is not filled with any water. A
  • 10. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Jug B in the picture below is half full. It is half full because we fill the jug with water until it reaches half of the jar. B
  • 11. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Jug C in the picture below is full. We call it full because the jug is fully filled with water. C
  • 12. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. A B C Empty Half full Full Now you know the terms ‘empty’, ‘half full’, and ‘full’.
  • 13. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. Lets try this. Have fun! We will go online by clicking on the picture below.
  • 14. Measuringand ComparingVolumes of Liquids Copyright 2008 PresentationFx.com | Redistribution Prohibited | Image © 2008 Thomas Brian | This text section may be deleted for presentation. At the end of this lesson, we have learned about: • Understand and use the vocabulary related to volumes of liquids. • Use the vocabulary related to volumes in practical contexts. Vocabulary: “full, half full, empty, more, less”.

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