Quizzes from Friday are graded and entered. This week we’ll continue to work on fractions. Today we reviewed the quiz, and re-watched the how-to video for

FINDING MIXED NUMBERS.

HW today was to draw your own sets of fraction strips: one set has 3 parts in each unit, one set has 4 parts in each unit, and one set has 5 parts in each unit. Then you were to shade in some of the parts so another person could write the fraction.

Yay.

TNN

Warm up

Homework Check: Top 3 drawings: didn't take photos of these yet. Just wait. :)

Class work: Review EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS p. 173: (find in notebooks and check your work as a class)

Then:

FINDING EQUIVALENT FRACTIONS Page 174

(Work through the examples, do problems 1-4)

HW: Page 175 # 1-8, follow the directions closely

When you come in:

Book, Notebook, Pencil, Device ready to go when class starts

TNN (Homework completion check)

Group Agreements Review

Warm up:

Correct Homework (as a class)

Classwork:

- Finish page 175 #9-12
- Divisibility Rules Review (Glue in handouts)
- LOWEST TERMS FRACTIONS page 176-177

Homework: Lowest Terms Fractions Page 177 #1-8

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- Book, Notebook, Pencil, Device ready to go when class starts

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TNN (Homework completion check)Group Agreements ReviewWarm up

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Classwork: 10 minutes do problems 9-16

COMPARING FRACTIONS Notes page 178-179 (As a group)

I didn't explain COMPARING FRACTIONS very well, so the homework tonight is to finish problems page 177 9-16.

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- Book, Notebook, Pencil, Device ready to go when class starts

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TNN (Homework completion check)

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Group Agreements Review

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Correct Homework as a group

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Week 6 Quiz