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Talk About Alcohol: What is BAC (Blood Alcohol Concentration)?
Educate your class about blood alcohol levels by combining health with math practice. Class members read a little bit about blood alcohol concentration and then solve some problems related to determining alcohol levels and alcohol processing.
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- Uses the British spelling of some words (litre instead of liter)
- The math activity will help pupils see what is described in the text portion of the resource
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