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Fraction matching game.

Survey response

Survey response.

Interview schedule with notes

Screen grab from L9811 Kick the goal: add proper fractions 1: assessment.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Adapted from L9811 Kick the goal: add proper fractions 1: assessment.

An area model showing halves.

Area and discrete models of unit fractions

Area model of unit fractions.

Discrete model of unit fractions.

Area and discrete models of non-unit fractions

Area model of non-unit fractions.

Discrete model of non-unit fractions.

Ratio of 2 to 3.

Folded and labelled paper shapes.

Screen grab from L119 Cassowary ecology quiz.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Screen grab from L155 Cassowary fractions.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Responses to area diagram question.

Shapes showing halves but not line symmetry.

Screen grab from L2800 Fraction fiddle: tool.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Quarters cut from different sized circles.

Sample poster.

Different shaped wholes.

Different length wholes.

Same sized wholes.

Screen grab from L2803 Fraction fiddle: comparing non-unit fractions.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Fraction wheel made from paper plates.

Screen grab from L2801 Fraction fiddle: matching cake fractions.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Area diagram showing quarters.

Diagram to prompt visualisation of the whole.

Correctly labelling number lines.

Quarters pegged on a rope.

Screen grab from L2802 Fraction fiddle: comparing unit fractions.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Example: One quarter of my collection is 5 so altogether I have __

Student work sample

Screen grab from L2808 Divide it up: puppies.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Using 12 counters to model division.

An array of 12 and a grid of 12.

Using 13 counters to model division.

'Pancakes' divided into quarters.

A student’s sharing diagram.

Another sharing diagram.

Two loaves shared evenly between three people.

A fraction wall.

Pairs of equivalent fractions.

A completed game.

Visualising equivalent fractions.

Use of overlay templates.

Screen grab from L134 Dynamic fractions.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Combining grids.

Subdividing with related denominators.

Student work sample showing addition of fractions with related denominators.

A screen grab from L2804 Fraction fiddle: hit the apple.Source: © Education Services Australia Ltd, 2011

Student work sample.

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