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welcome students!!!

welcome students!!! | FRACTIONS | Scoop.it
JAVIER ROMÁN GONZÁLEZ's insight:

Hello students!!!! I am JAVIER, your maths teacher. Here, you can see a "Scoop.it" that I have designed for you. With this page you can practice the last unit(FRACTIONS) and solve  all the exercises that I gave you.

 

If you have any question, you can send me a message to my email:

 

jromgon@gmail.com

 

See you tomorrow!!!!

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Comparing Fractions & Ordering Fractions Games

Comparing Fractions & Ordering Fractions Games | FRACTIONS | Scoop.it

Practice your skills in comparing fractions. For example: identifying smallest to largest.


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Math Antics - Convert any Fraction to a Decimal

http://www.mathantics.com Here is the video mentioned about converting Base-10 fractions: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_jcW-ZgpRbM Here is the video mentio...
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Adding and subtracting unlike fractions - free lesson with a video

Adding and subtracting unlike fractions - free lesson with a video | FRACTIONS | Scoop.it
A free lesson with a video about adding & subtracting unlike fractions. First, we study exercises that have a visual model, and the common denominator is given.

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Kristina-Maria Paspalis's curator insight, December 14, 2013 1:05 PM

This resource is different from the other videos that I curated. Here, a teacher is actually placed in front of the camera and is going through each problem and aspect of the lesson using a white board. She goes through starting with an introduction of why unlike denominators will not work when added normally, and she then discusses how to arrange a pie chart so that the rule can easily be seen. My favorite part of this video is when she talks about the rule at the end. She gives the viewer of the video a chance to try to solve the rule throughout the lesson before she gives the answer, which is a good technique to use when presenting this video with a class. 

 

As I previously stated in the Scooped content video with the powerpoint presentation, this is a ready made lesson that students can watch in class and analyze to find out the rule of adding and subtracting fractions. Being a student teacher, I need to try to make all of this as easy as possible for myself and for my lesson plans by using available resources instead of constantly making my own, which can be time consuming and tiring. This video can be given to students to watch on their own time outside of school in a flipped classroom method, or during class as a lesson itself. After watching the video, the students can conduct an educational game that reinfornces the skills reviewed by the person in the video. This again, reinforces the philosophy I have adopted about keeping my lessons simple yet fun. This is a great way to keep students engaged and to also use as a stepping stone to try and save time by using resources that I find readily available. Even if the video cannot be shown in class, I can still use what the teacher is saying and adapt that to fit the needs of my students if I so choose to not use the video. The possibilities are endless when you find videos as resources that can promise engagement and learning such as this one. 

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Math For Nurses Video Lesson Ratios, Fractions, Decimals, and Percentages - Skeeter2's library.mp4

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Converting Decimals into Fractions and Percents

This video walks through the process for converting decimals into both fractions and percents.
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