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Or, to encourage separate efforts by the student construction groups, you could dispense with that discussion, moving directly from practice into official time. SCIENCE Understanding about scientific inquiry Understanding about science and technology 44 7. When official time begins, student groups should receive a single sheet of paper and another 30 cm of tape. To make sure that practice paper is not accidentally incorporated into official towers (thus providing extra construction material), use two different colors of paper, one for practice and one for the official tower.
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