Making Equivalent Fractions

Bell Ringer

- Solve by converting the following fractions to

have like denominators - 1/3 2/4
- 3/4 - 1/5
- 1/10 (lt , gt or ) ¾
- Be the Teacher
- Teach your table partner how to convert to like

denominators 0)

Review Homework

- Review your answers with your table partner.
- What problems would you like to work out on the

board?

What are we learning today?

- Objective
- By the end of class students will be able to

generate equivalent fractions by completing their

circle maps with an 80 or better

Review The Learning Goal

- Table Partner Discussion
- Rate yourself on the learning goal.

Let's make some connections!

- Daily objective By the end of class students

will be able to generate equivalent fractions by

completing their circle maps with an 80 or

better - Why do we need to learn about fractions?

Date

Equivalent Fractions

Hypothesis

Main Ideas

Notes

Reflection

Hypothesize

- Is 6/8 an equivalent fraction of 1/3?
- Prediction
- How might you solve this problem?

Equivalent Fractions

- Time to play with our Fraction Strips 0)
- How can we make 1/2?
- How can we make 3/4?
- These are Equivalent Fractions !
- Lets learn the math

Date 11/20/14

Equivalent Fractions

Hypothesis

Main Ideas

Notes

Equivalent Fraction

Different fractions that name the same

number. 1/2 is the same as 2/4

Step 1 Multiply the numerator and denominator

by the same number. EXP 3/5

Reflection

Lets Practice

x

These fractions represent the same amount.

Lets Practice

x

These fractions represent the same amount.

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Numerator!

Given the new denominator, can you find the

missing numerator?

?

x 3

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

x 3

3

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Numerator!

Given the new denominator, can you find the

missing numerator?

?

x 4

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

x 4

4

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Denominator!

Given the new numerator, can you find the

missing denominator?

x 9

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

?

x 9

9

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Denominator!

Given the new numerator, can you find the

missing denominator?

x 5

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

?

x 5

5

Make Equivalent FractionsFind the Missing

Numbers!

Try these in your groups.

44

12

A

C

55

42

45

28

D

B

54

63

Circle Maps

Reflection

- Rate yourself on this lesson
- 1- Novice
- 2- Apprentice
- 3-Practitioner
- 4-Expert
- Why did you rate yourself this way?

Practice

- Thanksgiving Day Pie

Practice

Exit Strategy

2)

1)

Making Equivalent Fractions

Bell Ringer

- Solve by converting the following fractions to

have like denominators - 1/3 2/4
- 3/4 - 1/5
- 1/10 (lt , gt or ) ¾
- Be the Teacher
- Teach your table partner how to convert to like

denominators 0)

Review Homework

- Review your answers with your table partner.
- What problems would you like to work out on the

board?

What are we learning today?

- Objective
- By the end of class students will be able to

generate equivalent fractions by completing their

circle maps with an 80 or better

Review The Learning Goal

- Table Partner Discussion
- Rate yourself on the learning goal.

Let's make some connections!

- Daily objective By the end of class students

will be able to generate equivalent fractions by

completing their circle maps with an 80 or

better - Why do we need to learn about fractions?

Date

Equivalent Fractions

Hypothesis

Main Ideas

Notes

Reflection

Hypothesize

- Is 6/8 an equivalent fraction of 1/3?
- Prediction
- How might you solve this problem?

Equivalent Fractions

- Time to play with our Fraction Strips 0)
- How can we make 1/2?
- How can we make 3/4?
- These are Equivalent Fractions !
- Lets learn the math

Date 11/20/14

Equivalent Fractions

Hypothesis

Main Ideas

Notes

Equivalent Fraction

Different fractions that name the same

number. 1/2 is the same as 2/4

Step 1 Multiply the numerator and denominator

by the same number. EXP 3/5

Reflection

Lets Practice

x

These fractions represent the same amount.

Lets Practice

x

These fractions represent the same amount.

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Numerator!

Given the new denominator, can you find the

missing numerator?

?

x 3

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

x 3

3

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Numerator!

Given the new denominator, can you find the

missing numerator?

?

x 4

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

x 4

4

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Denominator!

Given the new numerator, can you find the

missing denominator?

x 9

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

?

x 9

9

Make An Equivalent FractionFind the Missing

Denominator!

Given the new numerator, can you find the

missing denominator?

x 5

We multiplied the numerator and denominator by ...

?

x 5

5

Make Equivalent FractionsFind the Missing

Numbers!

Try these in your groups.

44

12

A

C

55

42

45

28

D

B

54

63

Circle Maps

Reflection

- Rate yourself on this lesson
- 1- Novice
- 2- Apprentice
- 3-Practitioner
- 4-Expert
- Why did you rate yourself this way?

Practice

- Thanksgiving Day Pie

Practice

Exit Strategy

2)

1)