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In the examples above, only one factor was decomposed to its base 10 values. Build a true scale model of the solar system 6. Make overheads of student samples and review them regularly so that all students see examples of effective ways to organize solutions and explain thinking. Another 12 students could recognize halves and thirds and were ready to complete the Tier II activity. If some instances of a concept are under represented in instruction or simply not included in instruction, students with LD will predictably fail to learn that concept adequately.

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