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Instructional Objective Students explore fraction equivalence using chips

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Instructional Content Skill: Exploring fractions equivalence using chips Reference: Material: chips for students, other objects, pictures

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Presentation 1. Tell the students this story: There are 12 pieces of hard candy in a bag. William ate 1/3 of the candy. Sonya ate 2/6 of the same-size bag of hard candy. Who ate more

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2. Have students model with chips William’s share of 12 pieces of candy. Ask: What fraction of the bad did William eat? How many equal-sized groups will I divide 12 into? How can I show 1 of 3 equal-sized groups? (Turn chips to tan side).

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3. Repeat for Sonya’s share. 4. Have students look at each model and ask how they are alike and different. Ask again: who ate more?

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Guided practice Give them another problem to solve by group through the chips given to them. Let the pupils share their group work to the class

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C. Generalization Based from the group work, How did you explore fraction equivalence using chips?

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IV. Evaluation Monitor pupils’ conversation about their exploration on fraction equivalence.

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Assignment: With their own chips let them explore some more fraction equivalence

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