Fourth Grade Fractions bundle if made up of 10 lessons. Fractions 1 Review of Fraction Basics teaches students the concept of fractions: what each number represents, how they are labeled, and what fraction models look like. Fractions 2 Comparing Fractions teaches students three different ways to compare fractions: use a number line, how to compare fractions with same denominator, how to compare fractions when the numerator is the same. Fractions 3 teaches students how to recognize and find equivalent fractions. In addition, a number line is used to compare equivalent fractions. Fractions 4 teaches students how to identify and write mixed numbers. In addition, students will learn to change mixed numbers into improper fractions and improper fractions into mixed numbers. Fractions 5 teaches students how to add fractions that have the same denominators. Models are used extensively and fractions are also decomposed to help with concept understanding. Fraction 6 - Adding Like Denominators - Showing Your Work is a follow up to Fraction 5, therefore, students should complete Fraction 5 first. This was written for testing purposes. Fractions 7 teaches students how to subtract like denominators using decomposing numbers and the traditional way. Fractions 8 - Addition of Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators teaches students how to add mixed numbers with unlike denominators. Fractions 9 teaches students how to add and subtract mixed numbers. There is a review of skills taught on fractions prior to this lesson. Fractions 10 teaches students how to multiply fractions with whole numbers. Decomposition of fractions and models are both used to teach this concept. Each lesson has a title slide, objective, vocabulary, essential question, concept development, demonstration on how to write fractions from models, and how smaller fractions can be part of larger fractions, guided practice, checking for understanding, problem solving with word problems, and a reward slide at the end. Every lesson is based on 13 principles of effective teaching research. For best results, students should have white boards and dry erase markers.
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