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Elapsed time

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Emily Henry

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Elapsed time

What is elapsed time? Step 1 The soccer game starts at 4:30 and ends at 5:30. How long was the game? Elapsed Time We will be able to tell how
much time passes during
activities elapsed time is the difference between two times Look at the hours What is the difference between the hours? S4C4PO1-Determine elapsed time across months using a calendar by hours and half hours by using a clock. Why is it important to know? understanding schedules being able to
self-monitor planning your day How do we do it? Calculate the difference
between the hours Step 2 Look at the minutes 1 hour has passed Calculate the difference
between the minutes 30 minutes has passed Step 3 Combine the difference of hours and minutes 1 hour and 30 minutes
has passed 10:00 11:30 10:00 11:30 10:00 11:30 Let's do some practice! What is the difference between the minutes? How long was the game? You went to see a movie and it started at 11:30
and it ended at 1:00. How long was the movie? What is the difference between the hours? What is the difference between the minutes? How long was the movie? Your turn! Around the room are 8 questions
you are going to take your post-it notes
and write the answer on them and
place them in the box.

Make sure to do your own work and follow
the steps we have learned! Finish early? If you finish early get a piece of paper and write your ideal school day. You must include math, reading, writing and social studies. The day must start at 8:00 am and end at 3:00 pm. Good luck!
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