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  • Krista-Lynne Edwards

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    October 25, 2020 at 11:12 pm

    I really enjoyed the examples given in the video about comparing and I am working on building a few ideas into both my grade 8 and grade 9 courses.

    Indirect unmeasured comparison is the idea of using another object to help measure, such as referent points on a body.

    Direct unmeasured comparison is placing the objects side by side and comparing them visually. This is often easier when the objects are similar and we are being explicit with what is being compared.