Engage NY Math 6, Module 6 Topic A

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Take your Engage New York lessons from basic and boring....to fun and vibrant! All of the information you need to teach the lesson is contained in the power point presentation livened up with a bright background, adorable frames and cute clipart. Presentations that are clear and precise in a manner that's not overdone or that doesn't take away from the content. In a format middle schoolers appreciate.

Includes Grade 6 Module Topic A, lessons 1-5. (It is recommended that you download student materials from the Engage New York website for student use.)

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Describing the nature of the attribute under investigation, including how it was measured and its units of measurement.
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142 pages