UDL Math Lesson Plan

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Lesson Overview

Title: Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers
Author: Jahn
Subject: Math
Grade Level(s): 5-9
 
Unit Description
This is a first lesson that focuses on how to convert an improper fraction to a mixed number and convert a mixed number to an improper fraction.  In this particular lesson, students will be able to understand and solve improper fractions and mixed numbers.  Students will engage in several activities to support their learning.  They will have the opportunities to share their knowledge.
 
Lesson Description for Day
In this lesson, students will learn and compute improper fractions and mixed numbers.
 
State Standards
  NYS Mathematics Standards

The student produces evidence that demonstrates understanding of number and operation concepts; that is, the student:

a Consistently and accurately adds, subtracts, multiplies, and divides rational numbers using appropriate methods (e.g., the student can add + mentally or on paper but may opt to add + on a calculator) and raises rational numbers to whole number powers. (Students should have facility with the different kinds and forms of rational numbers, i.e., integers, both whole numbers and negative integers; and other positive and negative rationals, written as decimals, as percents, or as proper, improper, or mixed fractions. Irrational numbers, i.e., those that cannot be written as a ratio of two integers, are not required content but are suitable for introduction, especially since the student should be familiar with the irrational number .)

Goals

Unit Goals:
1. Students will identify and
understand an improper
fraction and mixed numbers.
2. Students will demonstrate
the difference between
an improper fraction and
mixed numbers.
3. Students will convert and solve
improper fractions and
mixed numbers.

Lesson Goals:
Students will—
1. describe the difference between improper fractions and mixed numbers.
2. change an improper fraction to a mixed number.
3. change a mixed number to an improper fraction.
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