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Newton’s Third Law of Motion

M3/12 presented their own version of “For every action there is always an equal and opposite reaction.” Groups showed their different real-life examples of action-reaction situation.

Other groups also showed superb presentation work and flawless power points.

Some groups also demonstrated fun action and reaction moments that brought joy to everyone and making the class alive.

 

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English Education Program

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