Bits and pieces 1 math book

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Bits & Pieces I - Welcome to Math with Mr. Lattanzi

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Math - Unit 2 HW - p50 #1

ISBN 13: 9781572326149

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Ratio, unit rate, rate tables, rational numbers, decimals, percents, equivalence, absolute value, number line, negative numbers. Significant Changes: New emphasis on ratio and unit rate and the comparison with equivalent fractions. The major driving force of the revision has been the inclusion of ratio at sixth grade. While CCSS begins instruction in fraction equivalence at third grade, we have taken a stand these ideas are unlikely to be mastered at the beginning of sixth grade. Consequently, some work on equivalence is included but we have increased the complexity of the work in this unit to support the development of ratios and development of rational number operations in later units. We have chosen to highlight differences between 1 fractions as numbers and part-whole relationships on the one hand, and 2 ratios as comparisons of numbers on the other.

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This is a level 4 number link activity from the Figure It Out series. It relates to Stage 7 of the Number Framework. Click on the image to enlarge it. Click again to close. This activity encourages students to develop mental strategies for solving fraction problems. Ensure that the students connect the way that the fractions are used with the quantities of the set involved. Students who cannot develop a mental strategy for solving the problems might find a double number line useful.

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