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'oh lord, increase me in knowledge'. FRACTION. By:Tasneem Naz Tariq DA SKBZ School. Contents:. Long term & short term goal. Instructional strategies. Definition of fraction. Half and Quarter. Denominator and Numerator. Like Fractions. Addition of like fractions.

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'oh lord, increase me in knowledge'

## FRACTION

By:Tasneem Naz Tariq

DA SKBZ School

### Contents:

• Long term & short term goal.

• Instructional strategies.

• Definition of fraction.

• Half and Quarter.

• Denominator and Numerator.

• Like Fractions.

• Subtraction of like fractions.

• Quiz & work sheet.

• References.

### Long-term goal

• Adopt 21st century teaching approaches to enhance students appreciation of mathematics& to help students to develop the skills needed for success in this century

### Short term goals

The aim is to provide students with review of simple fraction and to introduce fraction in detail with following objectives.

• Analyzing

Students will be able to understand fraction,denominator,numerator and like fraction.

• Evaluating

Teacher will asset the students by giving them worksheet and quiz.

• Creating

Students will be able generate fractions in daily life.

• I will ask question that require students to explain how they came to an answer

• I will ask students to gather in randomly assigned groups or pairs to discuss how to best solve mathematical problems

• I will provide more opportunities for students to answer questions that require higher-order thinking

• I will provide students with time for group discussion

### Timeline

A FRACTION is a number that represents a part of a whole.

Fractions are useful whenever you need to split things up.

1 Whole Cake

Each piece is the fraction of 1 whole cake.

### Denominator & Numerator are two very important words we use when working with fractions.

• Numerator is the top number which tells us how many of those equal parts we are interested in.

• Denominator is the bottom number which tells us into how many equal parts our shape has been divided.

### Half and Quarter

• When a shape is divided into two equal parts, each part is called a half, or ½.

• When a shape is divided into four equal parts, each part is called a quarter, or ¼.

3/4

Denominator = 4

Numerator = 3

6/7

Numerator = 6

Denominator = 7

### Like Fractions :

• Fractions with the same denominator are called like fractions.

For example:

4/7 and 1/7

5/8 and 3/8

### In like fractions, the greater the numerator the greater the fractional number

For example:

• 5/8 3/8

• 1/6 3/6

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• When we add like fractions, add only the numerators. The denominators stay the same!

1/4 +2/4 =3/4

### Subtracting like fractions:

• When we subtract like fractions, subtract only the numerators. The denominators stay the same!

5/6 - 2/6 = 3/6

Quiz

• 1. The number which is written above in fraction is called ________.

• 2. The number which is written below in fraction is called ________.

• 3. Fractions with the same denominator are called like fraction.

• 4.When shapes are divided into two equal parts, each part is called a _________.

• (a) Quarter (b) Whole (c) Half

• 5. If shapes are divided into four equal parts , each of those part is a _________.

• (a)Half (b) Quarter (c) Whole

• 6. The total number of parts in a fraction are shown by numerator.

• TrueFalse

• 7.In like fractions, the greater the numerator ,the ________ the fractional number.

• (a) smaller (b) greater (c) equal

True

False

Work sheet of Fraction

### References:

• Oxford Countdown Book. Level 3.