1 Hook/Attention Getter
Spend 10 minutes reviewing fractions using the created popplet. The popplet will review what fractions are, real life examples, and equivalent fractions.
Review the three sections of the popplet while questioning throughout the review.
-Does anyone remember what a fraction is?
-What are the different parts of a fraction?
-Can anyone think of an additional real-life example that is not listed?
Teachers then give students 10 minutes to play with their fraction cards. They will match the visual representation to the numerical representation.
Students will work in a whole group instruction setting to review fractions.
We are now going to review fractions and the different aspects of fractions that we have been learning about. Please pay attention and answer the questions as we go through the review.
Now that we have reviewed fractions and the different components, please take 10 minutes to work with your elbow partner to match your fraction cards. You will match the visual representation to the numerical representation.
2 Direct Instruction
Take 15 minutes to review fractions and how to represent equivalent fractions.
Do two examples together and then instruct students to try one on their own on their individual dry erase boards.
We will now take your fraction cards that you matched and look at some examples of equivalent fractions.
Now that we did two examples together, please take out your dry erase boards and draw two fractions that are equivalent.
3 Guided/Independent Practice
Instruct students to get out their iPads and complete the "Now You Try it" section of the popplet. Give students 15 minutes.
Now it is time for your to take out your iPads. You will complete the "Now You Try It" section of the popplet. You will have 15 minutes to complete this assignment.
Here are your instructions:
1) Open popplet app and open fraction popplet.
2) Add your answers to the popplet using popples.
3) Save a picture of the popplet and print it out to turn in.
Assess students by looking at their pictures of the popplet. Give students a chance to discuss their answers.
Now that we all have our popplets hanging on the board, let's take a gallery walk to see the different answers that our peers came up with.
On your way out of the class, please post any questions you may have on a post-it note and stick them on the board. We will discuss them during out next period together.