Reflection: Relevance Converting Fractions II - Section 2: Moving On


The patterning in this activity helped students. Predicting what the decimal would look like was a "hook" for students so they were willing to keep working until they found the pattern. Division may not be their favorite thing to do but this made it interesting for them and kept them focused.

  They liked the patterns!
  Relevance: They liked the patterns!
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Converting Fractions II

Unit 2: Number System
Lesson 12 of 12

Objective: SWBAT convert fractions to decimals while recognizing patterns and similarities among fractions with the same denominator.

Big Idea: Can students see any patterns between fractions with the same denominator written as fractions?

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Math, 7th grade
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