## Reflection: Continuous Assessment Comparing Fractions - Section 2: Modeling

Student Response

I personally believe monitoring student progress is a strong predictor of student achievement.  This video-clip explains how I probe students' thinking to understand how they think, and what they already know about fractions so far.  It is my goal to remind them of previously taught skills that they need in order to be successful in this learning process.

Continuous Assessment: Checking for Understanding video

# Comparing Fractions

Unit 3: Number & Operations-Fractions
Lesson 4 of 21

## Big Idea: Given a set of unlike fractions, students will be able to explain and model which fraction is greater.

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Math, reasoning, comparison, Fraction, comparing fractions
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### Carol Redfield

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