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# Teacher: K. Fabian Course: 4th Grade Unit Title: Mathematics Lesson Plan Title: Reviewing Fractions Objectives: 4.1.

4 The student will compare and order fractions and mixed numbers. SOL 4.2a; Number and Number Sense 4.1.5 The student will represent equivalent fractions through twelfths. SOL 4.2b; Number and Number Sense 4.1.7 The student will convert improper fractions to mix numbers and mixed numbers to improper fractions How will students demonstrate their understanding? Students will be demonstrating their knowledge of a previous lesson with adding, subtracting, and simplifying the fractions.

Scope and Sequence of Learning Activities (Include Warm-Up, Strategies, Assessments, Closure/Reflection)

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Intro to a Review of Simplifying, Adding, and Subtracting Fractions with a PowerPoint on the Smart Board. Students will be taking notes in process log and content folder and following along with the PowerPoint as the teacher is teaching. Students will then be given a 10 question practice worksheet. To work on before lunch.

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Homework Activity: If students dont have enough time to complete the practice assignment, it will be assigned homework. Strategies for Differentiation, Critical Thinking, Authentic Learning, Collaboration, Student-Centered Rigor Assessment Strategies Individual Work

Materials and Resources Smart Board Content Folder/ Process Log Notebook Pencil Practice Worksheet

Knowledge

21st Century Learning Look-Fors (Critical Thinking, Innovation, Problem Solving, Collaboration) 4th grade Mathematics SOLS. Standards for Mathematics (Report Card) Students successfully grapple with higher-order questions asked by teacher. Students articulate meaningful responses to so what (what if, why). Students generate higher-level questions. Students engage in authentic learning activities and/or create authentic work. Students defend positions with justification based on factual evidence and data. Students analyze and solve problems by generating a variety of ideas and solutions. Students recognize and pose problems inherent in a given situation. Students adapt learned knowledge to more complex/ambiguous situations. Students use and explain the right method of thinking (reasoning, decision making, problem solving, making judgments). Students evaluate and communicate their own thinking. Students make connections and predictions using prior knowledge. Students select, create, use and communicate effectiveness of a variety of tools, such as graphic organizers. (Bold/highlighted items are the look fors for the unit/lesson.)