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Intervention day - Division Remediation

Unit 8: Exploring Rational Numbers
Lesson 1 of 20

Objective: SWBAT determine which decimal value is reasonable for a given fraction when given a choice of one that is greater than 1 and one that is less.

Big Idea: Students can predict whether the value should be more or less than one by deciding if the fraction is more or less than one.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, division, Remediation, fraction as a division problem, reasonableness, fraction circles, rational numbers
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