Presentation on theme: "1 CATHY JONES Secondary Math Instruction Specialist Center for Mathematics and Science Education Arkansas NASA Education Resource Center 346 N. West Avenue,"— Presentation transcript:
1 CATHY JONES Secondary Math Instruction Specialist Center for Mathematics and Science Education Arkansas NASA Education Resource Center 346 N. West Avenue, Room 202 Fayetteville, Arkansas 72701 (479) 575-3875 (479) 575-5680 (FAX) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: cmase.uark.edu Wiki: cmasemath.pbworks.com Domain: Number and Operations – Fractions 3.NF. 1, 2, 3 This is an animated Power PowerPoint with the last slides for teachers’ use only. Inter-active discussion about number lines and fractions should be ongoing throughout the presentation.
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1 What happens to the fractions as the frog moves forward? The fractions get closer to 1 and they get larger. 0
One student selects Bag A, B, C. D, etc. Turn the bag around and it will be labeled “Halves”, “Thirds”, “Fourths”…etc. Discuss where to position the clips on the rope. Students draw a fraction card from the selected bag. One at a time they will “HOP” down the side of the rope to where their number should be located. Stand by your number but step out of the way, and the next one hops. Once everyone has hopped to their spot, the teacher will call students’ names and they will compare their location on the number line, using words like greater than, less than, equal to. The teacher or a student should write the statement on the board using symbols..., =. Extend this by asking questions such as “how much more”, “what is the distance”, or “what is the difference”? Domain: Counting & Cardinality Kindergarten Domain: Operations & Algebraic Thinking K - 2
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The following slides are # cards. For organizational purposes, it would be best to print each set on different colored paper… 0,1 Halves Thirds Fourths Fifths Sixths Sevenths Eighths Ninths Tenths Laminate and cut apart.