Teaching a math lesson using interactive notebooks has become my passion. This is a lesson on how to compare fractions with different numerators and different denominators. The lesson includes a preview which leads into the lesson. It also has numerous slides for the interactive learning part of the lesson and a process for students to practice independently. This lesson displays nicely on a whiteboard for whole group instruction or computers and tablets for small group instruction. This lesson can be a fun and engaging way to teach students how to compare fractions.
This resource contains 37 full color slides that focus on how to compare fractions. This lesson includes activities for the left and right side of the interactive student notebook. The preview slide informs students that they can only compare fractions when they refer to the same sized whole. This leads into the lesson of teaching students how to compare fractions using a model, a number line, a common denominator or a benchmark fraction. Several of the slides are great visual aids to help differentiate instruction for all learners through models and repetition. There is also a process at the end of the lesson for students to practice independently. This process can be used as an exit ticket to see what the students have learned. I have also included an anchor chart which I had printed into a poster for my classroom. This was a great visual for students as they completed the process part of the lesson. Be creative and do what works best for you and your students.
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