incorporate/put more activities into her class

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angliholic

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Sharon said she wanted to incorporate/put more activities into her class instead of always lecturing.



Hi,

Does "incorporate" and "put" fit in the above and mean about the same? Thanks.
 

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Sharon said she wanted to incorporate/put more activities into her class instead of always lecturing.



Hi,

Does "incorporate" and "put" fit in the above and mean about the same? Thanks.
They mean about the same, but incorporate sounds better.
 
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