- Use this link to compare fractions. Feel free to use the 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4, and 1 benchmarks.
- Mark and do corrections for yesterday's math using the answer key in the back of your textbook.
2.) FRENCH: Complete both sides of handout. (What is the date? I like....)
3.) ART: Blob art due on Friday,
3.) POST A RESPONSE:
- Today, I want you to describe in your own words, how to compare fractions using fraction strips and benchmarks.
1.) Paragraph format
- body/supporting sentences, examples and details
2.) Your paragraph should include how it helps you estimate and calculate fractions with different denominators.
3.) Include transition words (Eg. First, Secondly, Finally, In conclusion, In addition to, However, etc.)
- Click here for a link to a transition word list.
4.) Give one person feedback on their paragraph (EVERY STUDENT IS REQUIRED TO DO THIS -
base it on the criteria above and the givens).
5.) Self-assess your work for the givens and edit/revise your work.
6.) Your Edited/revised version should also include feedback from your peers and/or the PAR
Comparing and Ordering Fractions with Different Denominators