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Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing

Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Subtracting Fractions with Borrowing
Product Description
Another questioning-based PPT to guide your students to their own comprehension!

This lesson contains two word problems that you will use to introduce the concept of subtracting mixed numbers with borrowing from the whole.

The first problem asks students how many more books Jane read than Mark. It is modeled by showing graphics of a book split in sections to show fractions. This problem is used simply for discussion, to help students begin to create an understanding of why borrow works mathematically.

The second problem is displayed so that students actually copy the problem and model directly into their notebook or guided notes. It is taken quite slowly, so that students do not get lost along the way.

As always, all of the scripted questioning is included in the notes section, as well as when you should click to move onto the next animation that is designed to push students conceptual understanding. I recommend printing out the questions for the first go-around.

I hope you are your students find this product helpful!
Total Pages
5 pages
Answer Key
N/A
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