There's No Business Like Shoe Business: Part 2 Real World Applications to Assess the Standard

Unit 2: Metric Measurement
Lesson 9 of 18

Objective: SWBAT show they can measure and convert the units to a smaller unit.

Big Idea: Students show their ability to choose the correct unit to measure their own foot to design a functional shoe and market it using an Educreations Video. This is the second part of the assessment for the unit.

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Math, metric system (Conversions), Measurement, Conversions (Within and Between Systems), real life application, art integration, writing integration
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