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# Google Forms Decomposing Fractions - Self Grading - Video - Distance Learning

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1. Are you finding that your students have some pretty significant learning loss? Then this is the resource for you! Solve your differentiation challenges by easily assigning students the concepts they need to practice.This Growing Bundle currently includes 20 Google Forms, covering 14 fraction conce
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### Description

Perfect for asynchronous learning!

This Google Form has a 2-1/2 minute embedded video which teaches students how to decompose fractions. There is a simple story line involving Deiondre and his sister working through several examples of how to decompose the fraction 7/7. The Form is self-grading so you get instant feedback and so do the students! There are 3 Google Forms, each with 10 multiple choice and fill in the blank questions based on released items from SBAC and PARCC to give students practice. That means 30 questions total!

The problems use visual/area models, number lines and equations to help students think flexibly as they practice this important fraction concept.

You'll get instant feedback and so will your students! As soon as they hit submit, they can find out their score.

For a brief preview of the video check out my YouTube Channel.

For a FREE Fraction Google Form with embedded video, check out Mixed Numbers and Fractions Greater than One (Improper Fractions).

For a blog post on using a Google Form with an embedded, video, including screenshots and an overview of the data, visit my blog at Ms. Cotton's Corner.com.

This makes a great lesson for:

1. Flipped classrooms

2. Reteaching/Intervention

3. Review

4. Distance Learning

5. Sub plans

This resource is included in the Fraction Google Forms Mega-Bundle which is still growing! Get it now at a low price!

Check out this blog post to learn how I used this during Distance Learning.

And this BOOM Card set makes a great additional resource on the same topic.

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For more math learning, be sure to check out:

Fraction Boom Cards Mega-Bundle - still growing!

Escape from the Sun - a digital escape room about Order of Operations

Representing Fractions on a Number Line - Google forms with embedded video instruction

Using Visual Models with Fractions - a Google Form with embedded video instruction

Standard by Standard - Math practice and assessment - Great for distance learning!

Puzzles for Proficiency - Fractions - Makes a great center or independent practice!

Fraction Wall - FREE

Be sure to check out my FREE Equivalent Fractions BOOM Cards. They make a great additional support for this resource!

And I have lots more BOOM Cards in my store. Check them out!

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Happy teaching!

Susan

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions with the same denominator in more than one way, recording each decomposition by an equation. Justify decompositions, e.g., by using a visual fraction model. Examples: 3/8 = 1/8 + 1/8 + 1/8; 3/8 = 1/8 + 2/8; 2 1/8 = 1 + 1 + 1/8 = 8/8 + 8/8 + 1/8.