Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators

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Another questioning-based lesson 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 like denominators.

The first problem asks students how much chocolate John will have left if he gives some to some to Amy. It is modeled first by using a chocolate bar that shows parts and a whole literally moving from John's portion of the screen to Amy.

The same problem is then modelled using Cancellation, much more similar to what the students will actually be modelling in their notebooks.

The second problem actually walks students through the modelling process, and would be the one that students would copy into their math notebooks for later reference.

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.

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