Division on Visual Impairments


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; Lorem Ipsum Dolor Spring 2016 3 When students were learning about parallel and perpendicular lines along with acute, obtuse and straight angles, pool noodles were used while cooling off during an afternoon swim. The students positioned their noodles to show their understanding of different lines and angles after having spent classroom time reading about them, using protractors to measure angles, and abstract art activities to display their knowledge about lines and angles. The lane lines were also used to reinforce parallel lines and the students positioned their bodies or the noodles to be perpendicular to them. See picture. Picture 1 – Student reading information on giant wall sized graph 54

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