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Do you think they have the same meaning?

No, (laughter) other them figures. No.

So, EMS these concepts have another meaning?

They have another meaning. Yes

And in Maths they have?

Lets take the product example. In maths when I say product: I know it is a multiple of stuff, and in EMS when I say product I know it is a production of goods or service or something. You know. It is entirely different. That is why I said in that question before. You know, it is difficult to change over like that, because kids still take a product as times (Multiplication). As I go to EMS and I say product they still want to times and then it is a good or service or a production of something. So do you think that the fact that the two learning area are sharing the concepts it confuses the children? I would say the confusion would be when the same educator teaches them both the learning Areas, because they see the educators saying product in maths as times and go to EMS and say product and say a different thing. Otherwise I do not think they get confuse, I do not think so. So do you think I you make it clear to them that this product that I am talking about in EMS has got a different meaning in mathematics it will eliminate the….? It levels the ground they will know exactly how to go about. Yes

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