Reflection: Exit Tickets Find the Fraction of This Set "Smartie" - Section 3: Wrap Up


This type of closing is really important, easily done, and informative.  It is critical that we remember as teachers to constantly find ways to review the concepts of our mini lessons frequently, so they don't become fragments of learning. 

Asking the students to name all they know as a group, without repeating each other is a fun and fast way.  When I have a student get stuck, they are allowed to confer with someone that has already answered or I will give them clues.  

After this becomes a routine, the students get use to coming to the community area with more than one thing to share as their "exit ticket".

  What Do They Remember?
  Exit Tickets: What Do They Remember?
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Find the Fraction of This Set "Smartie"

Unit 6: Unit Fractions
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: Students will be able to model, name, and write fractions in a set.

Big Idea: Students are accustomed to partitioning single objects. This lesson requires students to look at sets of objects as a whole and create equal groups.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Fractions, word problems, numerator, denominator, partition, fractional parts, unit fraction, Critical Area
  40 minutes
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