Teaching Fractions: Methods and Strategies for Success

1 Lesson Structure and Strategies for Teaching Fractions
1.1 Presenting the Anchor Task1 Quiz 
1.2 Anticipating Student Responses & Facilitating Discourse1 Quiz

1.3 Supporting Struggling Learners1 Quiz

1.4 Challenging Advanced Learners1 Quiz

1.5 Assessing Student Learning Of Fraction Skills & Concepts1 Quiz

1.6 Journal Writing – Ideas & Strategies for Fractions1 Quiz

1.7 What Teachers Need to Know1 Quiz

2 Key Concepts And Representations Of Fractions2.1 Identifying Equal Parts of a Whole1 Quiz

2.2 Introducing Equivalent Fractions1 Quiz

2.3 Investigation: Fractions as Division1 Quiz

2.4 Reasoning with Fraction Comparisons1 Quiz

2.5 Investigation: Sharing Fractions1 Quiz

2.6 Introducing Decimal Fractions1 Quiz

3 Instructional Strategies for Fraction Operations3.1 Finding a Fraction of a Whole Number1 Quiz

3.2 Investigation: How Many & How Much More1 Quiz

3.3 Error Analysis: Addition of Fractions1 Quiz

3.4 Dividing a Proper Fraction by a Whole Number1 Quiz

3.5 Solving Problems Involving Fractions1 Quiz

3.6 Error Analysis: Multiplying Fractions1 Quiz

3.7 Dividing Proper Fractions1 Quiz

3.8 Operations with Decimal Fractions1 Quiz
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1. Question
What mathematical operation is central to Method Three?
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What concrete materials are suggested for representing the cake in the problem?
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Question 3 of 5
3. Question
What is the purpose of rewriting threefourths as sixeighths in Method One?
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4. Question
What fraction of the cake does each friend receive when sharing among five friends in Method Three?
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According to Method Two, what simple addition calculation is used to determine each friend's share?
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