Reflection: Transitions Adding Mixed Numbers - Section 1: Warm Up

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Grabbing their attention
Transitions: Grabbing their attention

Unit 5: Operations with Fractions
Lesson 7 of 14

Big Idea: In this lesson students work cooperatively to add mixed numbers within a context. Students practice justifying their thinking, or Math Practice 3 skills.

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Math, Fractions, Number Sense and Operations, conceptual understanding, modelin, mixed numbe, cooperative learning, partner share, justify thinking
60 minutes

Melissa Romano

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