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DIVISION OF FRACTIONS | Mr. Shaw - 6th Grade Math
Modeling Division of Fractions Exit Ticket; Instructional Methods: Under the GPS curriculum, students in fifth grade were introduced to dividing a fraction by a fraction using a model. For the 2012-2013, the majority of this lesson should be review for students. However, students may not have been exposed to solving division of fractions using
To begin this lesson I read today's Task out loud, for students as listeners. Then, there is a second read of problem, for annotation time (this can be out loud or independent). The goal of this section is to help students make sense of the problem.Author: Carla Seeger
Dividing Fractions: Vocabulary and Performance Task | Ms
Fun With Fractions *2 Common Core Fractions Activities:Academic Vocabulary and Dividing Fractions Performance Task *2 Short Activities *Activity 1-Fractions Academic *Vocabulary Matching *Activity 2-Dividing Fractions *Performance Task Both Activities are great for in class group work.[PDF]
Performance Assessment Task Sewing Grade 6 The task challenges a student to demonstrate understanding of the relationship between fractions, decimals, and percents. A student must make sense of constraints in a word problem. A student must[PDF]
Sixth Grade – 2003 pg. 52
Performance Assessment Task Rabbit Costumes Grade 6 The task challenges a student to demonstrate understanding of multiplication and division of fractions. A student must be able to interpret and solve word problems involving multiplication and division of fractions. A student must be able to connect the results of calculations to the context and[PDF]
Mathematics - Performance Assessment Resource Bank
1.3 Role of Smarter Balanced Performance Tasks 5 1.4 Principles of Curriculum-Embedded Assessment 6 Session 2: Deep Dive into a Smarter Balanced Performance Task 2.1 Identifying the Mathematics and Anticipating Issues 7 2.2 Smarter Balanced Assessment Targets for Mathematics 8 2.3 Aligning the Task 10 2.4 Analyzing Student Work 11