Reflection: Homework Applying Prior Strategies to Fraction Word Problems Involving Multiplication to the Whole - Section 3: Assigning Independent Practice and Homework

 

This Educreations Video shows two samples of homework. We can see how Math Mountain is used to rectify some equation issues and help with understanding. The first sample does not show the detail in the KWS chart that should be there, especially in the K part of the second page and the W part for his questions. I will conference with him and have him add the details to fix it. The student who doesn't like to decompose his improper fractions had decomposed them and come back to me to check the work the second time.

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Applying Prior Strategies to Fraction Word Problems Involving Multiplication to the Whole

Unit 8: Fractions 3 Mini Unit: Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT solve word problems involving the multiplication of fractions by whole numbers.

Big Idea: Students explore using manipulatives, fractional models and word problem strategies from the past to solve word problems.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Fractions, word problems, strategies, multiply fractions
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