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Hershey Bar Fraction Review - Section 2: Beginning the New Activity

Question 2 was really difficult for students to understand so I sometimes asked this, “Which number is bigger – 50 or 100? How many “times” bigger is 100 (2 times bigger).? Which means how can I use 2 to make 50 increase to 100 or how can I use the 2 to make 100 reduce to 50 (50 times 2 or 100 divided by 2)? It is the same logic here only 50 and 100 are now fractions.

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# Hershey Bar Fraction Review

Lesson 22 of 29

## Objective: SWBAT add, subtract, multiply,and divide fractions.

The lesson itself takes a while for students to complete because of level of difficulty, not length of questions **(MP1)**. Since I know students need time to work and talk I would make the introduction short. Highlight the seventh grade standards that are being reviewed today:

7.NS.1 Apply and extend previous understandings of addition and subtraction to add and subtract rational numbers; represent addition and subtraction on a horizontal or vertical number line diagram.

7.NS.2 Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication and division and of fractions to multiply and divide rational numbers.

Then, brainstorm what it means to be a rational number. Make it clear that today is about reviewing operations with fractions as we use fractions in equations.

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I'm going to try this one. Thanks for the clarification on the multiplication misunderstandings.

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