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ALDEQ 2006, XXI, 33–37. Mammino, L. ALDEQ 1997, IX (2), 178–189. ; Cardellini, L. Baltic J. Sci. Educ. 2005, 1 (7), 51–62. Mammino, L. ALDEQ 2004, XVIII, 46–52. Mammino, L. ALDEQ 1998, XI, 275–278. Euclidean geometry provides valuable keys for this, as shapes can be perceived as concrete, but the way in which they are treated within geometry requires a good deal of abstraction abilities. This was broadly recognized in former secondary school syllabi in Italy, assigning such a role to geometry in those types of schools (like the humanities-oriented secondary school, 41 58.
The diagrams are difference due to the amount of ice measured. 78. The reactions in tests 4, 6, 8, 9 and 12 are spontaneity. 79. In a reduced mass technique or system, the nucleus is considered as massively infinity (M) therefore it fixed. Although the confusion between terms perceived as homophones may be at least partially responsible for such interchanges, classroom interactions highlight a diffuse absence of the perception of the distinction between the two categories of terms and concepts and the corresponding roles.
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Chemistry as a Second Language: Chemical Education in a Globalized Society by Charity Flener Lovitt and Paul Kelter (Eds.)