## Reflection: Lesson Planning Matching Models (Number Lines and Diagrams) - Section 2: Guided Activity

I was fortunate to learn from a colleague early on to watch for the small details that, if misconstrued, can lead to MAJOR misunderstandings.

Lesson Planning: Small Details

# Matching Models (Number Lines and Diagrams)

Unit 9: Fractions
Lesson 3 of 9

## Big Idea: Connect fractional models to strengthen student understanding.

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### Jennifer Valentine

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