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Talk About Alcohol: How Much Alcohol is in a Drink?
Introduce your class to alcohol content. In order to become aware of the varying strengths of alcoholic drinks, class members complete a chart and plot a bar chart with the results. They make observations about the results.
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- Note that this resource refers to measurements of alcohol in the UK and uses the British spellings of some words
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