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Review Fractions to forthsYou will review fractions to forths and create fraction number stories(No ratings)
Saxon Lesson 97Students will be able to divide an odd number of objects into two groups and understand that one will be left over.(No ratings)
3rd Grade Fractions Part OneCommon Core Standard: CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2 2. Understand a fraction as a number on the number line; represent fractions on a number line diagram. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2.a a. Represent a fraction 1/b on a number line diagram by defining the interval from 0 to 1 as the whole and partitioning it into b equal parts. Recognize that each part has size 1/b and that the endpoint of the part based at 0 locates the number 1/b on the number line. CCSS.Math.Content.3.NF.A.2.b b. Represent a fraction a/b on a number line diagram by marking off a lengths 1/b from 0. Recognize that the resulting interval has size a/b and that its endpoint locates the number a/b on the number line. ISTE Standards: III. Teaching, Learning, and the Curriculum A. facilitate technology-enhanced experiences that address content standards and the student technology standards.(No ratings)
BenchmarksStudents can estimate fractions using benchmarks.(No ratings)
Clock FractionsStudents will be able to recognize that clocks are broken into parts. Students will be able to cut the clock into four parts and label each part: o'clock, quarter after, half past, and quarter to the hour.(No ratings)
Comparing FractionsI can compare fractions using visual models.(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsTo identify fractions equivalent to 1/2(No ratings)
equivalent fractions,Students will use multiplication to create equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
equivalent fractions,Students will use multiplication to create equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
equivalent numberlinesStudents can place equivalent fractions on parallel number lines.(No ratings)
equivalent numberlinesStudents can place equivalent fractions on parallel number lines.(No ratings)
FractionsBe able to define fraction, numerator, denominator, fraction bar, unit fraction, and multiple.(No ratings)
Fractions and DecimalsStudents will be able to analyze, compare, compose and/or partition shapes.(No ratings)
Fractions Lesson PlanDefine fraction, numerator, denominator, fraction bar, unit fraction, and multiple. Identify the number of shaded parts and the number of equals parts in a shape (circle, rectangle). Identify a fraction by comparing the number of shaded parts to the number of equal parts. Write a fraction using mathematical notation and using words. Recognize, the value of a fraction is not changed by which sections of a shape are shaded. Recognize, the positioning of a shape does not change the value of the fraction it represents. Explain what a fraction is. Apply fraction concepts to complete five interactive exercise(No ratings)
Fractions Lesson PlanDefine fraction, numerator, denominator, fraction bar, unit fraction, and multiple. Identify the number of shaded parts and the number of equals parts in a shape (circle, rectangle). Identify a fraction by comparing the number of shaded parts to the number of equal parts. Write a fraction using mathematical notation and using words. Recognize, the value of a fraction is not changed by which sections of a shape are shaded. Recognize, the positioning of a shape does not change the value of the fraction it represents. Explain what a fraction is. Apply fraction concepts to complete five interactive exercise(No ratings)
Fractions of Calculations Everyday Math 7-12I can solve equal-sharing problems.(No ratings)
Fractions on a Number Line-Day 2I can identify fractions greater than, less than, and equal to one on a number line(No ratings)
Lesson PlanTo introduce the number line as a model for fractions To guide children as they find equivalent fractions To guide children as they compare fractions using region models To demonstrate naming quantities greater than 1 with fractions and mixed numbers To provide experiences with solving number stories involving fractions(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to understand the value of the parts and whole, numerators and denominators(No ratings)
Lesson PlanI can create and identify rules for comparing fractions.(No ratings)
Locating fractions on a number lineI can locate and place fractions on a numberline.(No ratings)
Math 7-11I can solve fraction number stories.(No ratings)
Math 7-8 Day 2I can create and analyze rules for fractions. I can compare two fractions using the terms greater than than less than or equal to.(No ratings)
Math 7-8 Day 1I can order fractions that have the same numerator and write rules for ordering similar sets of fractions.(No ratings)
Math 2/24Students will compare fractions by using manipulatives. Students will use models and benchmarks to compare fractions. Students will describe how the size of the fractional part is related to the number of equal sized pieces in the whole.(No ratings)
Math 4/26/16 8-7 Exploring Number-lines, fractions, and areaI can compare fractions, create equivalent fractions, and find the areas of rectangles(No ratings)
Math for Feb. 3 thru 7Students will establish visual models for thinking about fractions and forming them and identifying the corresponding wholes. They will see how a unit or whole can be subdivided into equal parts.(No ratings)
Mr. Berman Math-FractionsI can accurately place fractions on a number line. I can explain how a fraction is a part of a whole. I can identify equivalent fractions on a number-line.(No ratings)
Musical colored glassesStudents should be able to effectively measure fractions such as one whole, three quarters of a whole, one half, and one quarter of a whole. Students will be able to identify different sounds associated with different measurements.(No ratings)
Stepping Stones Module 4 Lesson 8Students will reason abstractly and quantitatively while reviewing fractional concepts; including the naming of fractions and how the same fractional amount can look different.(No ratings)
Understanding FractionsExplore and identify equal parts of a whole.(No ratings)
What's the part? What's the whole?Students will be able to determine the part of the whole that is covered and to determine the whole.(No ratings)
What's the part? What's the whole?Students will be able to determine the part of the whole that is covered and to determine the whole.(No ratings)
April 20-April 24The students can use decimal notation for fractions with denominators of 10 or 100 The students can compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size The students can record the results of comparisons using symbols and justify their conclusions The students can use the four basic operations to solve word problems(No ratings)
Benchmark FractionsStudents will use benchmark fractions to estimate fractional parts.(No ratings)
Comparing FractionsStudents will use benchmark fractions to compare fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
EDM Unit 7, Lesson 7.2: Fractions of SetsStudents will investigate different ways to divide sets of into fractional parts.(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsStudents will: Review fractions as equal parts of a whole Explain the meaning of the denominator and numerator Explain why a fraction is equivalent to a fraction by using visual fraction models(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsStudents will use models and objects to show equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionsStudents will use models and objects to show equivalent fractions.(No ratings)
February 16-February20The students can understand a fraction as a/b as a multiple of 1/b The students can understand a multiple of a/b as a multiple of 1/b The students can solve word problems involving multiplication of a fraction by a whole number(No ratings)
Finding Equivalent FractionsStudents will use models to find equivalent fractions(No ratings)
Fractions and DivisionStudents will describe and compare fractional parts of whole objects and sets.(No ratings)
Fractions and DivisionStudents will describe and compare fractional parts of whole objects and sets.(No ratings)
Fractions and SetsStudents will associate the model, symbol, and words used to describe a fractional part of a set.(No ratings)
Fractions in Simplest FormStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Fractions in Simplest FormStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Fractions in Simplest FormStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Fractions Made EnoughTo Teach the Students How to Work With Fractions(No ratings)
Fractions on the Number LineStudents will find and write fractions and mixed numbers on a number line. Students will compare and order fractions and mixed numbers.(No ratings)
Fractions Week 3Students will 1. Demonstrate an understanding of equivalent fractions 2. Multiply whole numbers with fractions. 3. Use fractions as scaling(No ratings)
Fractions: Regions and SetsStudents will identify and draw fractional parts of a region and a set, and divide sets to show fractional parts.(No ratings)
Fractions: Regions and SetsStudents will express equivalent fractions in simplest form.(No ratings)
Improper Fractions and Mixed NumbersStudents will identify and write mixed numbers as improper fractions and improper fractions as mixed numbers.(No ratings)
Intro to FractionsStudents will learn that a fraction names part of a region or part of a group. Students will learn a fraction is the number of shaded parts divided by the number of equal parts. Students will learn the numerator is the number above the fraction bar, and the denominator is the number below the fraction bar.(No ratings)
Introduction to FractionsStudents will be able to recognize the numerator as the part and the denominator as the whole in fractions.(No ratings)
January 19-23The students can decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same demonimator(No ratings)
Lesson 1-8 Fractions & DecimalsIn this lesson, student will understand the connection between decimals and fractions is essential to the study of the decimal number system.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to generate a sequenced number pattern which follows a given rule, use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to thenearest hundred thousands place, multiply a whole number up to two digits by one digit using strategies based on place value and properities of operations, identifiy the parts of a fraction as compared to one whole, represent and interpret data found in a graph, and identify a three dimensional shape an and angle.(No ratings)
Lesson Planwork hard and to be able to understand how to do fractions and multipacation correct(No ratings)
Lesson PlanToday, we are visiting ShopRite in Brookdale, located in Bloomfield, New Jersey. The students will not only utilize \$100 to plan a 5-day week of meals for a family of four, they will also be graded on the level of nutrition and innovation they use when choosing items.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanToday, I will generate equivalent fractions using area models and on a number line.(No ratings)
Math 3/28Students will use models to subtract fractions with like denominators.(No ratings)
Math 3/29Students use computational procedures to subtract fractions with like denominators and solve problems.(No ratings)
Ordering FractionsStudents will use common denominator and equivalent fractions to order fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
Subtracting Fractions with Common DenominatorStudents will: Understand that subtracting fractions with common denominators the answer is the difference between the numerators (a – c) over their common denominator. Use physical and virtual models to demonstrate an understanding of how to subtract fractions.(No ratings)
Using Models to Compare FractionsStudents will use models to compare fractions(No ratings)
Adding and Subtracting FractionsStudents will be able to add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators. Students will also utilize adding and subtracting fractions in real world situations as well as in word problems.(No ratings)
DUP1: Lesson with "Hands On" ManipulativeUsing fraction circles, students will work in pairs to explore converting fractions into equivalent fractions with common denominators, achieving all goals on the checklist with 100% accuracy, which includes creating 2 addition and 2 subtraction problems using fractions with unlike denominators that will be exchanged with other groups to solve.(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionStudents will be able to identify equivalent Fractions(No ratings)
Equivalent FractionStudents will be able to identify equivalent Fractions(No ratings)
February 2-6The students can interpret multiplication as resizing by comparing the size of a product to the size of one factor The students can solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers The students can apply and extend previous understandings of division to divide unit fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by fractions(No ratings)
February 2-6The students can interpret multiplication as resizing by comparing the size of a product to the size of one factor The students can solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers The students can apply and extend previous understandings of division to divide unit fractions by whole numbers and whole numbers by fractions(No ratings)
February 9-February 13The students can use parentheses, brackets, or braces in numerical expressions, and evaluate expressions with these symbols The students can write simple expressions that record calculations with numbers and evaluate them The students can add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals to hundredths(No ratings)
Fractions Week 2Students will review adding subtracting fractions with like denominators and using GCF to determine LCD(No ratings)
Friendly Fractions Lesson 2Students will explain how fractions are relevant for them. They will demonstrate how they use fractions on a daily basis. Students will combine fractions (add and subtract) with like and unlike denominators.(No ratings)
Identify Numbers on a Number LineStudent will be able to use a number line to order decimals, fractions, mixed numbers and compare these numbers using <, >, =.(No ratings)
January 19-23(No ratings)
Lemonade Stand part 2The students will be able to visualize fraction problems and be able to divide decimals(No ratings)
Lemonade Stand part 2The students will be able to visualize fraction problems and be able to divide decimals(No ratings)
Lesson PlanThe student should be able to add fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to use decimals in real world and mathematical situations. Students will be able to state how many of any given coin is needed to reach \$1 (such as 10 dimes equals \$1). Students will be able to identify different coins combinations to reach \$1(such as 2 quarters and 5 dimes) or other amounts.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSW accurately multiply and divide fractions(No ratings)
Lesson PlanSWBAT recognize a mixed number and improper fraction. SWBAT add and subtract improper fractions with unlike denominators. SWBAT use different modeling tools to aide in manipulating fractions.(No ratings)
Lesson Plan5.NF.B.6 Solve real world problems involving multiplication of fractions and mixed numbers, e.g., by using visual fraction models or equations to represent the problem.(No ratings)
Lesson Plans-PFuentesSW accurately multiply and divide fractions(No ratings)
MARCH 10-11I CAN ADD AND SUBTRACT UNLIKE DENOMINATORS(No ratings)
MARCH 7-11 2016I CAN ADD AND SUBTRACT UNLIKE DENOMINATORS(No ratings)
Math September 29-October 3Students can model equivalent fractions Students can use terminology associated with fractions Students can write a series of equivalent fractions(No ratings)
Ms. Robinson's Math LessonThe student will be able to subtract fractions with Like Denominators.(No ratings)
Muffin Mania!Students will be able to: 1. Synthesize, understand, and articulate their thinking by working in a small group in a problem solving situation. 2. Demonstrate a working knowledge of fractions in a real-life scenario(No ratings)
Multiplying FractionsThe students will be able to interpret the product of two fractions through an area model.(No ratings)
Multiplying Fractions with Other FractionsStudents apply and extend their understanding of finding fractions of whole numbers to find fractions of fractions.(No ratings)
November 10-14The students can add a fraction less than one to, or subtract a fractions less than one from, a whole number using decomposition and visual models The students add and multiply unit fractions to build fractions greater than one Decompose and compose fractions greater than one to express them in various forms The students can compare fractions greater than one by reasoning using benchmark fractions The students can solve word problems with line plots(No ratings)
November 3-7Students will rename fractions with different denominators Students will regroup when subtracting mixed numbers Students will rename improper fractions(No ratings)
October 6-10Students can solve word problems using fractions Students can draw a representation of fractional parts Students can explain their thinking when solving a problem involving fractions Students can apply an algorithm when solving fraction problems(No ratings)
Simplifying FractionsThe student will be ale to use the Greatest Common Factor (GCF) to simplilfy fractions to lowest terms. add and subract fractions with like and unlike denominators. The student will be able to write the sum or difference in simplest form.(No ratings)
Subtracting Mixed Numbers RENAMINGThe students will discuss and develop strategies to subtract mixed numbers, including renaming. The students will demonstrate their ability subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators without renaming. The students will convert improper fractions to mixed numbers with accuracy.(No ratings)
Turning Music Notes into FractionsStudents will learn the notes and focus on the ability to do fractions with ease. Students will identify musical notes (quarter, half, whole, etc.) and clap along associating each note as a fraction. Then to finish, create a mathematical word problem that uses musical notes to come up with a fraction. (For example: quarter note (1/4) + quarter note (1+4) = half note (1/2)(No ratings)
Turning Music Notes into FractionsStudents will learn the notes and focus on the ability to do fractions with ease. Students will identify musical notes (quarter, half, whole, etc.) and clap along associating each note as a fraction. Then to finish, create a mathematical word problem that uses musical notes to come up with a fraction. (For example: quarter note (1/4) + quarter note (1+4) = half note (1/2)(No ratings)
Working with Fractions with Unlike DenominatorsSWBAT add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators through the use of manipulatives and bar graphs. SWBAT create original story problems that include subtracting fractions with unlike denominators and adding fractions with unlike denominators.(No ratings)
6th Grade Math Week of: 10-15-13*Divide fractions by fractions *Plot ordered pairs to create a picture(No ratings)
Dividing Fractions Laurie HewittStudents should be able to: 1) interpret the rationality of quotients and apply this skill to “real-world” problems. 2) solve word problems involving division of fractions by fractions. 3) by using visual fraction models and equations to represent the problem.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to multiply, divide, add, and subtract fractions in simple and complex multi-step word problems. Students will also be able to transform numbers from one form to another (fractions, decimals, percents, and mixed numbers). Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudents will be able to multiply, divide, add, and subtract fractions in simple and complex multi-step word problems. Students will also be able to transform numbers from one form to another (fractions, decimals, percents, and mixed numbers). Students will add, subtract, multiply, and divide fractions, mixed numbers, and decimals.(No ratings)
Converting Fractions to Decimals!"I can convert fractions to decimals." All students will be able to use a calculator to use division to convert fractions into decimals (Basic). Some students will be able to select the correct fraction to corresponds to a given decimal (Enriched). Some students will be able to mentally convert simple fractions into decimals (and vise versa) (Proficient).(No ratings)
Converting Fractions to Decimals!"I can convert fractions to decimals." All students will be able to use a calculator to use division to convert fractions into decimals (Basic). Some students will be able to select the correct fraction to corresponds to a given decimal (Enriched). Some students will be able to mentally convert simple fractions into decimals (and vise versa) (Proficient).(No ratings)
Fractions Stay or StraySWBAT add, subtract, multiply, and divide various types of fractions. SWBAT interpret and solve word problems involving fractions. SWBAT teach their peers how to solve fraction problems.(No ratings)
Percents, Proportions, and Zombie DiceStudents will be able to convert fractions into percents (basic). Students will be able to find the missing variable in a percentage-proportion (general). Students will be able to explain how percents and proportions occur in real-life (enriched)(No ratings)
Practice: Fractions to Decimals"I can convert fractions to decimals." Students will spend bulk of class with guided practice from instructor.(No ratings)
We Need more Cupcakes! StationsSWBAT use the basic principals of adding and multiplying fractions to double recipes. SWBAT convert mixed numbers into improper fractions in order to multiply. SWBAT measure correct amounts of ingredients in order to make a recipe.(No ratings)
We Need more Cupcakes!SWBAT use the basic principals of adding and multiplying fractions to double recipes. SWBAT convert mixed numbers into improper fractions in order to multiply. SWBAT measure correct amounts of ingredients in order to make a recipe.(No ratings)
Weekly Lesson Plans for 11/14 to 11/18, 2016"I can convert fractions to decimals." All students will be able to use a calculator to use division to convert fractions into decimals (Basic). Some students will be able to select the correct fraction to corresponds to a given decimal (Enriched). Some students will be able to mentally convert simple fractions into decimals (and vise versa) (Proficient).(No ratings)
Fractions Vocabulary QuizStudents will be able to recognize and correctly define mathematics terms related to rational numbers(No ratings)
Rubik's PercentageStudents should be able to convert a fraction or a decimal into a percentage.(No ratings)
Lesson PlanStudent will be able to solve geometric equation using formulas in picture and word problem format for each.(No ratings)

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