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How is money gross? Every school year, students are introduced to research. Because students think that Google is a research tool, I focus on print resources. The World Almanac and Book of Facts is a great resource, especially when it's current. It’s a big book, but I find fun statistics for the students. I select the list of 50 top-grossing movies from the almanac. Students find their favorite movie and they learn how much money it made or grossed. Students don’t understand why I say “gross.” But when I explain that “gross” is a multiple meaning word that, also, refers to an amount of money a movie earned, then, they get that money is gross.

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How is money gross? Every school year, students are introduced to research. Because students think that Google is a research tool, I focus on print resources. The World Almanac and Book of Facts is a great resource, especially when it's current. It’s a big book, but I find fun statistics for the students. I select the list of 50 top-grossing movies from the almanac. Students find their favorite movie and they learn how much money it made or grossed. Students don’t understand why I say “gross.” But when I explain that “gross” is a multiple meaning word that, also, refers to an amount of money a movie earned, then, they get that money is gross.

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