Tom had a large candy bar- Labels - Section 2: Active Engagement

Tom had a large candy bar- Labels
Tom had a large candy bar- Labels

I Want Some Candy! A Journaling Assessment

Unit 6: Unit Fractions
Lesson 9 of 13

Big Idea: Students must acquire an ability to explain their thinking using accurate vocabulary words. Journal entries are a perfect venue for this learning.

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Math, Vocabulary and Concept Development, Fractions, Number Sense and Operations, multiples, word problems, math models, math talk, math journaling, unit fractions, fractions in real life, Critical Area
40 minutes

Michelle Marcus

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