Using Visual Models with fractions - Google Form - video - Distance Learning

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This resource was updated in April 2021, and now includes two Google Forms! Same great video and questions, more value for your money!

The first Google Form begins with a short video to present various visual models to students. The video teaches them how to represent fractions using visual models like circles, triangles, and tape diagrams. The content focuses on 3rd grade standard, and is a nice review for 4th graders.

Then, the student has a chance to put their new knowledge to work with 10 practice problems! The questions are modeled on SBAC released items and are multiple choice and fill in the blank questions. The Google Form will auto-grade everything except the final question, which asks students to notice equivalency. Because it's beyond the standard for this lesson, it's not graded, but helps you know who is ready for that next step!

The second Google Form provides more practice, or makes a great formative assessment. You get 20 questions and 1 great video!

This makes a great lesson for:

1. Flipped classrooms

2. Reteaching/Intervention

3. Review

4. Distance Learning

5. Sub plans

Best of all, it's auto-graded, so you just have to download the results! You can also see student by student responses.

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

For a blog post about how to use Google Forms in the classroom (including LOTS of screenshots!) check out this post on Ms. Cotton's Corner.com.

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If you would like more Google Classroom resources, be sure to check out:

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Pizza Eating Contest - All About Equivalent Fractions - with embedded video

Escape from the Sun - a digital Escape Room about Order of Operations

Mindset Self - Evaluation - FREE form to help students reflect on Growth Mindset

Annotating Google Forms - a FREE student resource

Chocolate - the sweet history of the world's favorite flavor - FREE nonfiction text

5th Grade Order of Operations Google forms practice - FREE

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Let's Connect! Check out my blog at Ms. Cotton's Corner.com for exclusive freebies, insights and ideas to grow your teaching! Preview the video on my You Tube Channel.

For my blog post on using Google Forms to create resources just like this one, click here.

Happy teaching!

Susan

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Understand a fraction 1/𝘣 as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into 𝘣 equal parts; understand a fraction 𝘢/𝑏 as the quantity formed by 𝘢 parts of size 1/𝘣.

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