## Reflection: Student Feedback Fractions to Decimals - Terminate or Repeat? - Section 2: Explore

The instructional portion of the lesson did not take long, since we had just previously covered long division.  I am super happy I decided to give the kids more practice with word problems - I got a lot of feedback from students that they were glad to get more practice with word problems, and that it was  helpful having the answers to the problems - that way they knew if they were right, right away.

Table Practice Reflection
Student Feedback: Table Practice Reflection

# Fractions to Decimals - Terminate or Repeat?

Unit 4: Operations with Rational Numbers
Lesson 22 of 23

## Big Idea: How do you turn a fraction into a decimal? This lesson will teach you to be a conversion king!

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, rational numbers, 7th grade
67 minutes

### Heather Stephan

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