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Oranges,Social Studies, Sister Anne and Studying the Whole: An integrated lesson

Unit 9: Division Unit
Lesson 8 of 21

Objective: SWBAT explain the various parts of a division problem.

Big Idea: In this authentic lesson, students use mandarin oranges to figure out how to create equal parts of a whole, discover why fractions exist in relation to that whole and connect it all to division. The lesson is interlaced with a lesson on prejudice.

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Math, Civil Rights 1945-1960, critical thinking, Social Justice, real world connections, Integration of Social Studies, division, number and
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