Reflection: Exit Tickets Ordering Fractions on a Number Line - Section 3: Closer


This exit slip was a very simple way for me to observe the progress of my students in understanding fraction models.  Almost all my students were able to draw both the fraction bar and number line representation of the 3/4.  I consider this a success not only their part but on my part as well.  I think a lot of times educators think of assessments as being a means to check the progress of their students.  Well, it is needed for that but it the results are also an indication of how well the teaching is going as well.  So, a win, win here.  I wish it was always that simple.

  You gotta have a ticket to ride!
  Exit Tickets: You gotta have a ticket to ride!
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Ordering Fractions on a Number Line

Unit 4: Adding and Subtracting Fractions
Lesson 5 of 17

Objective: Students will be able to model fractions using a number line.

Big Idea: Inches to Number line, fractions are easy!

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