Three tab foldable with:
-scaffolded examples and fill in the blank steps
-blank examples and steps (in case you want to use your own wording)
I used this lesson when I taught 6th grade math, however it currently aligns with 4th grade common core math standard NF.A.2. In 4th grade, students are expected to compare fractions, whereas in 6th grade, they are expected to order all rational numbers.The foldable could be hole punched and placed in a binder, or taped into an interactive notebook. It shows how three different methods (Cross Multiplication, Least Common Denominator, and Convert to Decimal) for comparing fractions will give you the same answer.
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